UK Shipping Only Please note: UK shipping only

Blog

Be a bad birdwatcher

Be a bad birdwatcher

If you would love to know more about the birds you're likely to see when you're out walking in the UK, join me on my bad birdwatcher journey.

Read more

Bluebell Walk

Bluebell Walk

With all the lovely warm weather we've had this past week, there are some bluebells out already. With this in mind, and looking ahead to next month, here is a walking route near Eartham where you will find one of the best bluebell woods in the area.

Read more

Walking with Children

Walking with Children

It’s not always easy to encourage children to go out for walks. Here's how I am planning to help with top tips for tempting your children outside and keeping them engaged.

Read more

Gear Review: SEALSKINZ

Gear Review: SEALSKINZ

Whatever happened to our lovely dry, sunny, cold and frosty winters? If, like me, you're fed up with all the rain we've been having lately, check out these waterproof socks.

Read more

A Global Treasure Hunt

A Global Treasure Hunt

Geocaching is a global treasure hunting game designed to encourage everyone (but especially children) into the outdoors. All you need is a smart phone, and you're ready to get started.

Read more

Wild Combe Camping

Wild Combe Camping

Looking for a wild camping experience in beautiful surroundings with all the luxury of a fully furnished bell tent? Look no further than Wild Combe Camping.

Read more

Climbing Ben Nevis

Climbing Ben Nevis

Sadly, I’ve only ever been to Scotland three times in my life. Once to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Edinburgh, once on a business trip to Glasgow and, most recently, to go on an organised walking tour in the Cairngorms.

Read more

A walk in West Wales

A walk in West Wales

CARDIGAN/ABERTEIFI TO MWNT 10 KM / 3½ HOURS

This is a 10 km route that takes you along the estuary of the river Teifi from Cardigan town centre to the coastal resort at Gwbert. 

Read more

On the South Downs

On the South Downs

I like discovering new ways to understand the things that are important to me. Recently, I've been searching for poetry about the South Downs and came across this beautiful poem by Sara Teasdale.

Read more

x