The best sign you can see outside a pub when walking

Published 20 April 2014

Pint in the walkers picnic garden?

The Two Car Method of Walking

Published 16 April 2014

Drive, leave one car, drive, leave second car, walk, drive in second car to first. Go home.

Long Distance Walking Equipment Guide: Waterproofs

Published 9 April 2014

Everything you need to know about keeping dry.

The Michelin Guide Was Here

Published 6 April 2014

He will not be hurrying back.

Thames Down Link

Published 2 April 2014

Fifteen miles of walking which connect the Thames Path with the North Downs Way

Sycamore Gap

Published 30 March 2014

Gap in a wall, with a tree.

Downs Link: Let’s Play i Spy

Published 26 March 2014

Spot the railway bits and pieces, and get points!

Greg’s Hut

Published 23 March 2014

Up on the Pennine Way, near Cross Fell

The Lion Inn – the best pub on the Coast to Coast

Published 19 March 2014

Sat in the middle of nowhere on the North York Moors, arriving at the Lion Inn is a cracking way to end your day of walking.

Avebury Henge

Published 16 March 2014

Got plans for the equinox? Change them.

What to do if you’re stuck in a bog

Published 12 March 2014

Look, you wouldn’t be laughing if you were stuck in a bog!

Be Ye Sure To Shut The Gate

Published 9 March 2014

Poetry on the Coast to Coast.

Planning a trip on the Downs Link

Published 5 March 2014

How to organise your own walk between the North and South Downs Ways.

Map of the Downs Link

Published 5 March 2014

The Downs Link route shown on a scrollable Ordnance Survey map.

A Message to Others

Published 2 March 2014

Who are Jen and Tony? Who are Joan, Peter, Christine and Keith, who left the message? And why?

Stage 3: Henfield to Shoreham-by-Sea

Published 26 February 2014

Sun drenched rivers, old railway tracks and arrival at the sea.

Big Smile

Published 23 February 2014

How to sum up the Pennine Way

Stage 2: Rudgwick to Henfield

Published 19 February 2014

Bridges, schools and a plethora of old platforms as the trail passes on through West Sussex.

A Rather Cold Looking Bench

Published 16 February 2014