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Mark Rowe

Britain

I grew up in the wilds of the Hertfordshire/ M25 border and to my parents' disbelief always preferred walking, wildlife and woods to football.   As well as writing for Walk, I write features on the great outdoors, the environment, climate change...

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A sneak peek inside Walk magazine

Britain, England, Scotland, Wales

The summer issue of Walk – the magazine of the Ramblers – is due to land on members’ doormats and newsstands in just a few days and we couldn’t resist giving you a preview of what’s coming up. As well as...

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Mammut Trovat Jacket

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+ Mammut describes the Trovat jacket as 'an ideal companion during the cold season'. Having obtained this jacket during a brief summer heatwave, we had to wait some time before properly road-testing it. In fact, it's so effective at retaining heat...

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My perfect day: Andrew Motion

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Where would you wake up on your perfect day? On the coast of Norfolk, sleeping out with the seals of Blakeney Point. My wife and I have had some very happy times together there. There’s a memory cake there for me...

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Walking the Beacons Way

Britain

WORDS Mark Rowe | PHOTOGRAPHY Steve Morgan       A flock of goldfinches flits above the rowan trees that overhang the Afon Tawe, a river that clatters rather than babbles its way over the limestone rocks. Together with the freeze-frame heron on the riverbank...

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Step Change

Britain

WORDS MARK ROWE | ILLUSTRATION KERRY HYNDMAN   Walking, as we all know, can be a cure for many ills: it can lift the soul on both a cloudy day and a clouded mind. It can also make a difference in many...

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The Big Walk: Ullswater Way

Britain

Words by Mark Rowe, photography by Steve Morgan A quick swig from the water bottle, then a modest zig-zag up and over boulders and turf, and I'm there. Standing on top of Airy Crag, the 481m summit of Gowbarrow Fell, I’m repaid...

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All Points West - The Coleridge Way

Britain

Words by Mark Rowe, photography by Steve Morgan When I was 17 and revising for my English A-Level I did something decidedly un-cool. In search of inspiration I headed for the Lake District with an anthology of Romantic poetry in my backpack....

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Walk through the front line of WWI

Britain

‘All the hills and vales along / Earth is bursting into song,’ wrote the war poet Charles Hamilton Sorley. ‘And the singers are the chaps / who are going to die perhaps...’ Sorley’s poetry comes to mind as I walk...

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