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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 half way between the equator and the north pole. Despite people staying indoors more, winter has plenty […]

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North Devon trip report

Elmscott hostel is a converted old schoolhouse, standing only a few hundred metres from the crash of the Atlantic against the high cliffs of the […]

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Brecon Beacons Weekend Report

In a group filled in equal measure by people on their first trip with us, to some of our most regular members, we met up in the cosy Clyngwyn bunkhouse right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. The weather […]

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Why Wear Boots on a Walk

They come in all shapes and sizes, with various claims as to how waterproof they are and their different features. Sometimes the choice can be […]

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A walking weekend in Constable Country

Deep in the border country that divides Suffolk from Essex lies the River Stour, which wends its sleepy way between fields and rows of trees, and with the essence of lazy summer afternoons becomes the centre-piece of a landscape famous […]

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How to choose a head torch

If you’re going camping it’s obviously vital for your night out, but a head torch should also be taken on day walks. It’s not uncommon […]

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How to Wear Gaiters…

It doesn’t matter how waterproof your boots are, there’s a massive hole where you put your feet into them, and where rain and puddle water […]

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