Get Active At Home

Get Active Outdoors

Exercise is one of the reason to leave your home during lockdown 3.0 and you may do so once a day with your household (or support bubble) or one other person.  You should not travel outside your local area.

Being physical active outdoors is good for your physical and mental health and wellbeing.

The Ordance Survey brings together current advice from government, local authorities and other outdoor organisations, to help you get out safely during Covid-19.

Below you will find some useful web links and apps that can help you get and stay active outdoors during the current restrictions.

Active 10 is a free app brought to you by the NHS. It encourages you to start small by tracking every minute of brisk walking.

Couch to 5k an app designed to support beginners in their running journey.

#ThisMumRuns an app from the world largest running community for Mums. A simple programme based on minutes moving.

Nike Run Club an app by Nike including guided runs and tracking your performance.


Walking is simple and free and one of the easiest ways to get more active and become healthier.  Their is a lot of opportunity to enjoy the outdoors across the Humber region.

Below are some website links to some useful resources.

Walk the Riding a website to help you enjoy the varied countryside of East Riding. Discover 250 routes or design your own. Caters for all abilities from Sunday strollers through to experienced walkers.

Visit North Lincolnshire information on walks and trails across North Lincolnshire.   

Hull Culture and Leisure downloadable maps for self-guided trails across Hull.

Lincolnshire Wolds walking routes taking in the beauty of the Lincolnshire Wolds. 

Ordnance Survey Maps (subscription required) thousands of ready made routes across the UK.


Sustrans, National Cycle Networka UK-wide network of signed paths and routes perfect for exploring the outdoors.

British Cycling's, Lets Ride Local provides ideas and inspiration to help keep everyone motivated and safe whilst cycling in their local area.