26th April 2019
When mobile connectivity is unreliable or non-existent, satellite communication comes into its own.
As spring approaches and lighter days come back into our lives, it’s an opportunity to stay outdoors for longer.
GP Batteries presents three reasons why switching to rechargeable tech is a smart move for the outdoor enthusiast.
Are you paying too much for your outdoor clothing?
The SplashMaps guide to planning a walking challenge
Enjoy an active holiday in the Sicilian countryside
A classic wild camp, a Roman shrine and the ‘real’ Batman’s lair - here’s our pick of Britain’s most enticing underground attractions.
It's been a busy season so far on the Cape Wrath Trail, and for two walkers it ended up being a little more exciting than they had planned.
A teenage schoolgirl from Cumbria is being tipped to become Britain’s leading environmental campaigner, following in the footsteps of her hero Sir David Attenborough.
Yosemite’s incredible mountain architecture inspired the modern conservation movement. At a time when America’s national parks are under threat, a visit to the valley proves an emotional experience for Daniel Neilson
Nick Corble finds the footpaths of Staffordshire a challenge in this humorous extract from his new book, Diagonal Walking This time last year, Nick Corble was just setting out on a walk across England. Not just any old walk, but…
“In Russia, the police kept an uncomfortably close eye on me wherever I went. They seemed pretty suspicious of my presence and it was hard to convince them that I’d just come for a walk!”
Sunshine, bogs, river crossings and blizzards: we take a deep dive into the wonders and hardships of the Cape Wrath Trail, Britain’s toughest long-distance hike.
“This was my first experience of mountain hunger and I hated it. I stuffed my face with a peculiar dinner of chorizo wraps, and peanut butter on Hobnobs.”
The second instalment of our two-part guide to planning a winter Cape Wrath Trail covers skills, fitness, gear, and logistics. Here’s how to make sure you’re prepared.
In conversation with long-distance hiker Katrina Megget about trekking 2,000km through New Zealand, readjusting to ‘real life’ after a big walk, and what she’s learned about self-doubt and self-esteem.