Atmospheric landscapes and seascapes artist Paul Bennett finds inspiration in walking. Read on.
From the Hindu Kush to Snowdonia, Homan Yousofi finds inspiration for his writing in the mountains.
We've tested and reviewed packs for day-long or overnight adventures to find the best for your budget.
Hidden away in the middle of the Irish Sea is a walker’s paradise, rich with a diversity of sights and landscapes unique in the British Isles.
Our former president talks to Walk about her TV series celebrating the best of Britain, her holiday wish list – and Jack Nicholson.
One of Britain’s best known environmentalists explains why he thinks the drive for economic growth has been a disaster for nature.
From 50 shades of hillwalking to literary walks in The Lakes, we review the latest walking books on the market.
From national parks to right to roam, we’ve achieved a lot over the past eight decades. But what can you look forward to in 2015? We pick out eight new things planned in our 80th birthday year.
In the Spring 2015 edition of Walk magazine we reported that the Norfolk coast route is the subject of a public enquiry (Coast path delayed but funding secure p23). This was incorrect and should have read: 'Kent coast route is the subject of a public hearing'. Apologies for the confusion caused.