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Walking the latest section of the England Coast Path

With the opening of the 68-mile stretch of England Coast Path from Middlesbrough to Filey Brigg, we’re looking forward to walking a new section just south of the beautiful fishing village of Staithes in the North York Moors National Park. […]

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What is a National Park?

Whether you know it consciously or not, most walkers are drawn inexorably to National Parks. They are where we know there to be mountains, wild countryside, networks of places to stay and open access land where we are free to […]

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Walk Cadair Idris in Snowdonia

If you travel south from Snowdon, beyond the hills of the Moelwyns and the Rhynogs, you reach the town of Dolgellau. Beyond the town, the view […]

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What are the Yorkshire Three Peaks?

At the south-western edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park are three hills that have become famous for walkers all over the country. Ever since a recorded time of 10 hours was set during a walk of all three peaks back in […]

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Challenge walks on Snowdon

As the highest mountain in Wales, with its many faces, ridges and trails, Snowdon, or in Welsh Yr Wyddfa, is for many the perfect mountain, […]

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Walk Scafell Pike

In the south-west corner of the central Lake District lies a high range of fells that includes six of the ten highest mountains in England, at the top of which is Scafell Pike. It is the summit of a large rocky plateau that […]

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How to waterproof your bag

Whether you’ve been out in light drizzle or a serious downpour you’ll have soon realised that your backpack isn’t waterproof. Though the material is water-resistant […]

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