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The Howardian Hills are a patchwork of pastoral farmland, rolling hills, native woodland and landscaped parks, inhabited by a diverse range of flora and fauna
Asturias is the heart of green Spain. Its lush landscapes offer some truly incredible walking – from clifftop trails to the spectacular Picos de Europa mountains.
A world authority on survival and outdoor living, Ray Mears is a renowned author and TV presenter as well as the founder of the Woodlore bushcraft school.
Over a period of four years, Mark Clarke visited the highest points in each of Britain’s 85 historic counties, walking nearly 500 miles and climbing over 100,000 feet.
Explore the remote beauty of the Western Isles on the 240km Hebridean Way and discover spectacular landscapes, abundant wildlife and rich Gaelic culture.
The acclaimed natural history writer discusses the challenges of coastal access and conservation, as his new book Coastlines tells ‘the story of our shore’.
Should Britain be wilder? That’s the question at the heart of the rewilding debate. We examine its potential impact on Britain’s countryside and the walkers who enjoy it.