Following a horse riding accident in 2011 which left her paralysed from the chest down, Claire Lomas has become the first person to walk the London Marathon in a bionic suit, cycled around the UK, and learned to ski. Walk caught up with her to talk challenges, adventure, and the perfect day out.
Legendary naturalist and broadcaster, Sir David Attenborough, talks to Walk about conservation, being showered with honours, and why he loves Richmond.
Artist and Cheshire Rambler Christine Maher refused to let a terrifying accident put her off walking. In fact, it spurred her on to conquer ever more challenging terrain.
With the publication of his book, Feral, last year, environmental journalist George Monbiot emerged as one of the strongest voices in favour of rewilding Britain’s landscapes. We walked with him in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains to find out why he calls the area a desert, and why he thinks Britain should once again be the domain of wolves, bears and bison.
After being diagnosed with advanced-stage cancer, retired headteacher Ian Rigby turned to walking to help him with his recovery. Now he leads walks and tells everyone how it saved his life. Kerry Harden meets him.