The art historian and presenter of ‘Tate Britain’s Great British Walks’ reveals what it was like to discover the landscapes that inspired some of the nation’s most famous art.
Meet the incredible Scottish mountaineer who just so happens to be a quadruple amputee.
The opportunities for outdoor adventure in Innsbruck and its 25 holiday villages are boundless – from Natters and its beautiful lake to Igls with its Olympic bobsleigh run.
Walk in the footsteps of the Romantic Poets along The Coleridge Way and discover some of the West Country’s most evocative landscapes.
From ancient cities & temples to lush landscapes and mighty rivers, the charms of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia fill the senses.
Nature operates on a grand scale in the Arlberg region, in Tirol’s western crook, where cow-grazed meadows rise to thick forests and stunning peaks. This is the Austrian Alps at its dramatic best.
Rising sheer and rugged, these limestone mountains form some of Tirol’s most outstanding hiking country - with multi-day hikes, to short strolls.
From South London to Sheffield, we proudly present a range of outdoor kit designed and made in Britain.
The world of nutrition is constantly evolving. Here's some practical advice to help you ‘eat for your feet’ and get the most from your walking - and a few recipes too!
From seasonal recipes to wildlife spotting, birdwatching to stargazing, read exclusive blogs from our experts that you won't find in the magazine.
A new vision for greener, accessible, walker-friendly towns and cities could revolutionise urban life.
Conditions in winter can vary enormously. Here's what to wear, carry and know when heading out this season.