Interviews and opinion

A woman, dressed warmly with sticks, proudly posing on top of a mountain

Walk and Talk with Ursula Martin

The Welsh long-distance walker on spending nearly three years walking 8,850km/5,500 miles home from Ukraine, passing through 14 countries and a global pandemic.

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Walk and Talk with Rhianne Fatinikun

The founder of Black Girls Hike on creating a walking community for black women to explore the countryside – sometimes for the first time.

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Walk and Talk with Quintin Lake

The architectural and landscape photographer has recently completed a walk around Britain’s coastline, enduring ferocious onshore winds, dangerous tides and gaining a unique insight into our varied coastal landscapes and communities

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Walk and Talk with Guy Shrubsole

The writer and environmental campaigner uncovered the secrets of land ownership in England in his recent book and is leading a campaign with author Nick Hayes to expand our right to roam.

A woman standing with a map, beside her backpack, with a mountain behind

Walk and Talk with Hazel Strachan

The record-breaking solo walker, wild camper, packrafter and Ramblers member has successfully summited Scotland’s 282 Munros (hills over 914m/ 3,000ft) an astonishing 10 times – and an eleventh attempt is well under way.