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8 al fresco after-work activities to try this spring

Now that the clocks have sprung forward, we’ve gained an extra hour of glorious evening sunlight – and things are only going to get brighter. And while lazy post-work evenings spent sipping chilled wine in a pub garden are high up on the agenda, there’s no better time to pursue more active evening plans which make the most of the outdoors.

From cool new rooftop pop-ups, to outdoor sports clubs re-opening for the sunny season, there’s plenty of places to get your adrenaline fix.

Whether you’re into kayaking, climbing or want to find a new favourite hobby, here’s Stylist’s pick of the best al fresco activities to try this spring…



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