Places to walk

East Flood by Kath AustenTee

Field guide: Ebb and Flow – The Swale Estuary, Kent

Kent’s Swale estuary is a nationally important site for wildfowl and waders. In winter, thousands of birds flock to this unique habitat in search of food exposed by the receding tide.

Grindelwald by Barry Borman

Global walk: Glorious Grindelwald, Switzerland

Imposing mountains, spectacular snow walking and charming hotels make this Swiss getaway an unforgettable winter break

Brecon Beacons by Steve Morgan

Walking the Beacons Way

In search of a wild winter walk, we trace the Beacons Way through the western Black Mountain range of the Brecon Beacons National Park, discovering expansive views by day and star-studded skies by night

Brown Hare 735x428 credit Nick Ford

Field Guide: Howardian Hills

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

Hebridean Way

Walking the Hebridean Way

Explore the remote beauty of the Western Isles on the 240km Hebridean Way and discover spectacular landscapes, abundant wildlife and rich Gaelic culture.