Places to walk

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Inspired by nature: artist interview with Jonny Briggs

He has won multiple awards for his intricate artwork - a fusion of photography, sculpture and painting which is so detailed it is often mistaken for a Photoshop masterpiece. With work in the Saatchi Collection and exhibitions across the world, Walk caught up with artist Jonny Briggs to discover how walking, foraging, and the great outdoors has inspired him.

summit and hikers on The Cobbler, Ben Arthur

A guide to scrambling

Scrambling takes walkers away from the path well trod and into the adventurous realm of the climber. It’s literally a hands-on approach to scaling a peak. We’ve rounded up a range of the very best scrambles from around Britain, with something for even the most faint-hearted of hikers to enjoy

Mat Robinson's photo of Richmond Castle

The view from here: Richmond Castle

In case you were ever in doubt as to the beauty of a walk around in the British countryside, Walk takes a look at Richmond Castle and its dramatic history.

WW1 trench

Walk through the front line of WWI

A century after ‘the war to end all wars’ began, Walk makes a moving trip to the Flanders battlefields, discovering how walking dominated the life of a front-line soldier, helped the wounded cope with the traumas of battle – and how it can help keep memories of World War I alive.

Gorge walk in Western Crete

Walking in Western Crete – Advertisement Feature

With so many beautiful Greek islands to explore, let Ramblers Worldwide Holidays take you on a walking tour of the very best, including its stunning collection of holidays to Crete.