Join the Adventure!

Check out the video below to see what we get up to on our adventures! When are you going to join?



The Outdoor Society runs regular weekend trips around the UK to provide opportunities to see less accessible parts of the UK on foot and to promote respect and appreciation for the countryside and outdoors.

We also run day walks and socials. We try and cater for all levels of walker or climber with our events and also look to provide training opportunities for members.


Meet Your Committee!

Preisdent: Keelan Flanagan

Vice-President: Xander Woods

Treasurer: Karter Masuahra

Secretary: Farwa Chaudry

Events/Socials: Maeve Campbell 

Social Media: Sophie Mutch


We welcome the opportunity for students across all cohorts to get involved with being part the committee at any point during the year. Please get in touch if you would like to be a member!


We're very active on social media so make sure you're following us to stay in the loop. 

  • Facebook: @LBUOutdoorSociety
  • Instagram: @lbuoutdoor
  • Twitter: @LBUOutdoor


Make sure to check out the important documentation on this page. We have the countryside code, a participation statement and a recommended kit list. 

If you would like to find out more about our society get in touch with us! We would love to hear from you and get you involved as soon as possible. See you on our next adventure!

Outdoor Society Election 2024

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Outdoor Society Election 2023

4 posts are up for election.

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  • Countryside Code

    The Countryside Code for visitors is your guide to visiting the countryside. It includes the rules you must follow when you’re enjoying parks and waterways, coast and countryside. You must follow the signs in the countryside that tell you where you can go and who can use the right of way.

  • Participation Statement

    This statement is to make you aware of specific risks you and/or your party may be exposed to. Some are just the normal risks associated with being in an outdoor activity setting and some are specific to the kind of activity being undertaken.

  • Recommended Kit List

    This document is to support you to make informed decisions when deciding what kit to wear to our events. This document is seen as a good starting point for society members to use to ensure they feel prepared for our events. Although this document is a list of recommendations, individuals are trusted to make their own decisions regarding their kit.