Read our guidance on how to be prepared for all situations.
While out walking, it’s important to always stay safe. By being preparing for different situations, you’ll be a more assured walker.
Each walk is different, so the more knowledge you have, the better prepared you’ll feel.
Across England, Scotland, and Wales there are nearly 6,000 level crossings. These can be intimidating to many. This page will help you to understand the different types of level crossings.
Outdoor instructor Lucy Wallace explains how to make your winter hillwalking adventures safe and enjoyable.
Take a look at these helpful tips to find accessible walks that are suitable for people with limited mobility.
By equipping yourself with a few key first aid items you’ll be able to quickly treat any minor mishaps that occur when you are out walking.
Thunder and lightning can happen at any time of the year in Great Britain. So it’s good to know what to do if you encounter a thunderstorm whilst out walking.
A field of cows can be an intimidating sight. Find out how to stay safe when walking near cattle and other animals.
Top tips on the skills, equipment and abilities that you need to enjoy safe walks in Britain’s hills and mountains.
Getting bitten by a tick is something best avoided, if at all possible, especially given the risk of Lyme disease. So here’s our guide to what you need to know about ticks.
Look after your feet and void the annoyance and pain of blisters when walking by following our 5 simple tips.