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Sociable weekend adventures in the summer

The walking’s generally easier under foot and it becomes easier to hold conversations while striding along. Perhaps it’s also the cacaophony of birds singing, the sight of vivid green hills and trees, or savouring a post-walk pint in a beer […]

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Top 5 Mountains to Summit in 2019

As we draw closer to 2019, you may be looking for a new challenge, or a twist on a popular day out. As 11thDecember is International Mountain Day, we wanted to draw attention to a few options for the coming […]

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Winter wildlife for walkers

The trees have lost their leaves and the days are shorter, darker and colder. These things are part of the seasons, and part of living […]

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How are tarns made?

Dotted around the mountains of the UK and the rest of the world are the secluded bowls of mountain lakes, more commonly known as tarns. […]

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What is re-wilding?

We live in a country of degraded landscapes. Many of them are considered beautiful, and many of them we have decided to conserve in their […]

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Top 3 walks for spring flowers

One of the attractions of walking in the Spring is the chance to see wild flowers when they’ve just emerged. Woodlands, fields and hillsides can be totally transformed by colour, and with a little planning and good route choice, you […]

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Walking the Jurassic Coast

The Jurassic Coast lies in the south-west of England in parts of Devon and Dorset, and includes 95 miles of the 600-mile-plus route of the […]

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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 […]

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