With over 100 exhibitors, seven features, two stages and a host of famous speakers, the first ever National Outdoor Expo in Partnership with Ordnance Survey, is just three months away and the organisers have released the next list of brands to join the lineup at the two-day event. Trail Running Magazine, Country Walking, Trail Magazine, WaterAid, Outwear, Next Day Solar, Nomad Trailers, INDIE-Fit, Mounts, Viking Optical, Kowa, Fulfil Nutrition, and Energian have joined an impressive list of brands exhibiting at the Birmingham event.
With over 20,000 people already registered to attend, The National Outdoor Exp, set to take place at the NEC, Birmingham 19-20 March 2022, will cater for lovers of the outdoors, with a specific focus on watersports, running, walking, climbing, camping, outdoor excursions and cooking outdoors.
The event will provide the perfect opportunity to shop all the latest kit, gear, tech and travel at the beginning of the Outdoor season in the UK and will offer outdoor enthusiasts of all ages a safe, fun, interactive day out, giving the opportunity to try new things alongside industry experts, meet likeminded people, set new challenges and set themselves up for a year of unparalleled outdoor experiences.
The show will host an abundance of exciting features including an Inspiration Stage and Outdoor Skills Theatre that will play host to industry experts including Ben Fogle, James Cracknell, Dwayne Fields, Bex Band, Jesse Dufton and Anna McNuff, imparting knowledge, inspiration and skills to visitors. Alongside this the show will feature a Climbing Wall with Montane X BMC, Lakeside Paddlesports feature in partnership with Venture by Pyranha, a chance to give open water swimming a go with NOWCA, Paddleboarding sessions with RED, Outdoor Kitchen, Trail Running Zone plus a rope walk, zip line and Bushcraft Zone.
To get your ticket to the event visit https://nationaloutdoorexpo.seetickets.com/tour/national-outdoor-expo. If you are interested in exhibiting at the 2022 show, please contact Esther Beal [email protected] or call 07827 815840.