The entire British landscape is reborn in spring.
The countryside is about to burst into life with fresh greens, yellows and blues replacing the muted tones of winter.
The ‘man who hiked the world’ is an Instagrammer from London who travels the globe in search of great walking routes. Here he picks his favourites in Europe, all under five hours
The British countryside is especially dramatic in winter, and ideal for a walk to blow away the Christmas cobwebs. Ten writers choose their favourites – and pubs to thaw your feet in
An inviting path and a cosy pub or cafe are ingredients for brilliant days out, whether braving the elements in the Highlands, crunching over fresh frost in the Midlands, or squishing through Yorkshire mud
In winter, visitors can get close to hundreds of mating and pupping seals on the coast between Grimsby and Skegness, while sandy shores offer bracing walks and some of the UK’s finest seafood
The best winter hikes end up in a warm, cosy pub.
The Hoo peninsula between the Thames and Medway estuaries has a rough-edged beauty, a landscape rich in history and a thriving bird reserve – but this sanctuary near London is under threat from development
This coastline has big skies, dunes, and interesting wildlife.
From picturesque seaside town of Whitby to the fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay then up to breathtaking Ravenscar this walk gives great views.