The North Face Longer Days Campaign

by Fraser

The arrival of springtime sees most ski resorts wind down to closing for the season. As we pack away our snowboards and recall our favourite powder days of the season, it’s tinged with sadness that the snowboard won’t be out again for another 7 months or so. But on the flip side, springtime brings longer days and in the mountains it’s not the snow that brings fun.

There is of course amazing hiking, biking, climbing and general fun exploring in the mountains to be had. Springtime sees the scenery transform from white snow covered mountains to stunning lush green terrains full of wildlife. Hiking and cycling trails emerge as the snow thaws away and so whilst we miss the snow and all the fun to be had on a snowboard, the springtime brings new adventures.

With many people leading busy lives, staying connected with the outdoors gives everyone a chance to refresh their spirit and stay active while discovering the world.

The North Face has launched the Longer Days campaign which gives consumers the inspiration to run, hike, climb and explore longer this spring.

You can follow The North Face on Facebook and Twitter.

The new free Explorer app is available on iTunes and Google Play and gives you a chance to take part and share your achievements.

This post has been sponsored by The North Face, but all thoughts are our own. 

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