Our experts pull the latest lightweight, packable waterproofs out of their daypacks and put them to the test.
The Leeds-born artist and Ramblers member is renowned for his distinctive etchings and watercolours – many capturing the wild beauty of the British Isles’ coastline.
Trace the North East’s industrial past along the Tyne and Wear Heritage Way, a long-distance loop that takes in a wealth of engineering marvels, from lighthouses and bridges to historic waggonways.
It may be one of Europe’s smallest countries, but Luxembourg packs a punch when it comes to dramatic scenery and award-winning hiking trails.
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There’s a special freedom in walking on your own and being at one with nature, but solo walkers need to be aware of the practicalities.
The remote trails of the Andorran Pyrenees have seen refugees, smugglers and spies pass through the mountains. Today, the challenging Crown of Lakes circuit is opening up the area to hardy hill walkers.
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