Enjoy the Outdoors for Free with Mud and Routes
Ascendancy Apparel are delighted to announce our partnership with Mud and Routes.
Mud and Routes is your ultimate website for FREE walking, trail running, mountain biking and cycling routes, as well as providing outdoor gear and camping reviews.
What Mud and Routes is About
We intend to provide you with the UK’s largest single database of free mapped and fully explained, quality curated walking, trail running, mountain biking and cycling routes; either directly from our own outings, or as a portal to routes created on-line by independent websites and other organisations.
As you can tell we’re super enthusiastic about making the outdoors accessible for all, and we’re not alone! We think that the sheer wealth of quality articles and walks out there on independent sites gets overlooked and deserves a higher profile, thus we endeavour to promote these via our Local Expert programme. Think you have what it takes to make the grade? Contact us!
We have an extensive catalogue of outdoor gear reviews, ranging from the obscure super lightweight kit you need on a multiday trip, to that essential waterproof jacket you take on those epic mountain day walks. All of which you can be assured are tested out in the outdoors and not in the back garden, or on the kitchen table!
Consistently looking to share our experience and knowledge as well as learn from others we have the ever popular Skills and Tips articles, as well as the Starting Out articles for those looking to learn something new, and the easy to digest Five Things articles for those looking to get a quick outdoor knowledge fix!
So be it a leisurely walk along a coastal path with the family, cycling through a forestry track with your friends, seeking solitude on a wild camping trip in the mountains, or dark sky chasing with your camera you’ll find something to suit your outdoor pallet here at Mud and Routes, and remember it’s all user driven, independent and all for FREE!
Join us, #GetOutside and #FindyourEpic with #MudandRoutes