We’ve all had that feeling. You’re exhausted, at the top of a massive hill, and you’ve been walking for half the amount of time the route said it would take. You look at your map, and you’re not even close halfway.
You don’t need to leave the city to experience a bit of wildness. Here are six excellent London walks that take in plenty of nature, all within zones one to three.
A gentle seaside walk through the Rye Harbour nature reserve.
I’ve only ever been able to find super-pro wild camping kit lists online, and while I find them useful, the kit they include is often so expensive, and I’m just not sure I need it all. So I wanted to share my more amateur kit list, which I hope is useful for rookie adventurers. Here’s a deep-dive […]
My first wild camp of the year didn’t exactly go smoothly. We backpacked along the High Weald Landscape Trail, experiencing the beautiful, exciting and sometimes terrifying way of the Weald.
To mark National Walking Month, here’s one of my favourite inner-city nature walks in Brockley, south east London. Perfect for when you don’t have time to get out of London.
We stayed at Thirtyseven Gozo, on the second-largest island in the Maltese archipelago, for some serious R&R (rambling and relaxation, that is).
A rugged coastal walk in Gozo that taught us why good map reading is an important skill.
From popular crystal clear beaches to desolate, abandoned architecture. It pays to stray away from the tourist hotspots on Comino island, Malta.
In Gozo, the paths come and go. At least, that’s what we learnt on this 9.5 mile hike from Xlendi to Mgarr harbour.