Outdoor Games

Almost all games, including such board games as chess, can be played both indoors and outdoors.  But almost all the outdoor games we are most familiar with   -  football, tennis, cricket, rugby  -  are games in the images of war.   When it comes to outdoor games which are, in contrast, co-operative as well as challenging and creative then (surprisingly or unsurprisingly) the British Army has some of the best games  -  used for assessment and training.  And the most co-operative, most challenging, and most creative of outdoor games may well be mountaineering.

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