“Alpujarra” is the name given to the southern slopes of the Sierra Nevada, stretching about 80 km from east to west, famous for its dramatic scenery.
Discover brooding landscapes and atmospheric ruins on this little known coast-to-coast trail that explores Cornwall’s rich mining heritage
Grenada – the Caribbean’s ‘Spice Isle’ – isn’t renowned for its hiking. But walking might just be the best way to discover this lush, mountainous and magnificent island
Soaring peaks, sparkling glaciers and exceptional walking routes mean this unspoiled region of the Austrian Tyrol is prime adventure territory – as one of its most intrepid sons can attest.
Climbing one of Britain’s most famous peaks is just one of the many adventures to be found in North Wales.