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Incredible dark sky and sunset walking adventures…

There’s something incredibly special about walking in beautiful surroundings at times when most people will be tucked up in bed so here are three ideas to inspire you: Sunrise summit walks Everybody likes a good sunrise and sunset – those […]

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A summer’s day up Snowdon

The rain lashed down as we assembled in Treks Bunkhouse in the Vale of Ffestiniog for a weekend getaway, and Snowdon itself was our Saturday […]

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Make some New Year’s walking resolutions

If your plans haven’t worked out so well in the past and you want some New Year’s resolutions you’re likely to keep, then it’s a good start to make them about something you actually intend to do. If you’re a […]

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Calling out mountain rescue

We’re very lucky in the UK that mountain rescue exists. If you have an accident in the mountains, then there’s a dedicated, professional team of […]

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5 reasons to go on a guided walking weekend

1. Discover new places It’s all too easy to think you’ve seen it all, or worry about the investment in time and research needed when planning on going somewhere new by yourself. Being part of a guided group means being […]

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Walking in the North York Moors

Up in the north-east of England rises a plateau of heather moorland, bog and ancient woodland. The North York Moors, at over 500 square miles, is […]

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Discover the Isle of Skye

The largest island of the Inner Hebrides, Skye is a magical landscape of towering rock set next to a notched coastline of rocky outcrops and […]

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The best places in the UK to see the night sky

Imagine you lived in a town, and from your window you could see the hills rolling away into the distance. Then imagine how you would feel if somebody built a wall across your view, blocking out that scene and leaving […]

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