Lunges & Lycra
Using Great Northern to go on the world’s largest treasure hunt
By Lunges & Lycra | Published on 11 January 2019
There’s something magical about the winter months, when holly bushes are bright with berries and the ground is covered in a layer of twinkling frost. Yeah, yeah, we know, this is the UK, it’s grey and drizzly a lot of the time too but get a crisp winter day where the sun is shining and the sky is clear and you just can’t beat it.
Which is why you shouldn’t let those perfect days go to waste. There’s nothing like a stroll in the fresh air to make you feel alive, particularly if you’ve been cooped up with stuffy central heating for hours. Don’t limit yourself to walking round the local park either, there are so many green spaces and beautiful countryside locations to discover on the Great Northern line. Many of them are within a couple of stops of main stations too, making them super-easy to get to.
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Charlotte is a freelance journalist, copywriter and editor specialising in health, fitness and lifestyle. An LIRF run leader and qualified exercise to music instructor, her main passion is running. She’s currently in training for Manchester marathon 2019.
Emma is a Strategy Director at a sports marketing agency based in London. She is also a qualified personal trainer and level one swim assistant. She’s currently training for her first half ironman distance triathlon – the Cotswolds 113 in June 2019.