If the prospect of Britain’s worst winter since 1947 means more snow, then don your mittens and bring it on! Because you’ll want to explore every one of the beautiful winter wonderlands featured in the latest edition of our magazine, Walk.
From seal pups on the Lincolnshire coast to wild ponies wandering among the mists of Shropshire’s Long Mynd, we uncover some of the astonishing wildlife still active in Britain’s splendid wintry scenery.
Also in this issue, we reveal 20 astonishing ways walking could change your life and the world, chat to journalist Kate Adie about the Great War and explore a new section of the stunning Shropshire Way.
Plus, there are reviews of the latest winter jackets to keep you warm this season, competitions to win a Baltic cruise and a top-of-the-range camera and our regular round up of news and events from the world of walking.
Be sure to check out Walk’s new online home too. As well as the usual web exclusives and additional content, Ramblers members will now be able to read a page-turner edition, listen to an audio version and browse back issues of the magazine online.
You’ll also find more walking gear and book reviews, expert advice and opinion pieces from Walk across the Ramblers website, making the ramblers.org.uk the number one online destination for walkers season-in, season-out.
Ramblers members get Walk magazine for free, or you can pick up a copy at high-street WHSmiths and Cotswold Outdoor stores.