17th May 2022
11th August 2022
How to use a map and compass for hiking | A beginners guide
17th July 2022
How to go wild swimming safely
Lake District wild swimming guide Suzanna Cruickshank brings a no-nonsense approach to enjoying a safe dip in your favourite lake, loch, tarn or river. Main image: wild swimming in the Lake District. Photo: James Kirby…
28th June 2022
Food you should be taking on your hikes and walks
21st June 2022
Hiking with your dog | What you need to know!
6th June 2022
Cost of living crisis: how it will affect your outdoor expenses
We analyse the impact of rising inflation on a walker’s biggest expenses - and give some tips to keep your costs down.
10th May 2022
How to pitch a tent: the top things to look out for
How you pitch a tent for camping can be more complex than you think. Alex Roddie has a few tips to help you on your way to a perfect pitch.
6th April 2022
Long-distance walk planning: the app that makes it easy
Nicola Hardy explains how the mapping app komoot helped her meticulously plan a 150-mile route around the Isle of Man.
22nd November 2021
Why you should go on a winter skills course this season
The best way to get the skills you need to climb snow-covered summits is to go on a winter skills course. Here's what a course at the Snowdonia-based Plas y Brenin can do for you.
20th August 2021
The gear I used for a remote two-day backpack in Snowdonia
Snowdonia’s Rhinogydd Traverse is one of the wildest and most challenging multi-day hikes in Wales. James Forrest takes us through the kit he used.
18th August 2021
How to keep your kids comfy in the wild
Keeping kids happy while giving them a dose of outdoor magic isn't always easy. David Lintern takes us through his top tips...