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The best walks in Britain

The best walks in the UK 

Spring is almost upon us: time to plan the best place for walking around the country

06 Mar 2015

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Wild about Britain

UK holidays: Wild about Britain
 

Spring is almost upon us, and with it comes the chance to explore a wonderful world of wildlife. Brian Jackman heralds the changing of the seasons and suggests a year’s worth of animal encounters around the UK

27 Feb 2015

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The world's greatest volcanoes - and how to see them

The world's greatest volcanoes - and how to see them 

Catching sight of a volcano, whether extinct or in full fire, is one of the great travel experiences. Here's a selection of the finest

19 Feb 2015

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The best Cotswolds pub walks

The Cotswold village of Naunton in the Windrush Valley 

Ten wonderful walking routes through the Cotswolds that start and end at a country pub

18 Feb 2015

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A long way to Mount Teide

Walking in Tenerife: a long way to Mount Teide 

A walking festival in Tenerife next month will showcase the island’s varied hiking terrain. Helen Ochyra gets a preview

16 Feb 2015

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24 of Europe's great walking routes

24 of Europe's great walking routes 

The best trails and paths for walking holidays in Europe, from self-guided multi-day options to short day treks

10 Feb 2015

Dominica, the hidden jewel of the Caribbean

Hidden attraction: Dominica is one of the Caribbean's less known destinations, but has a remote beauty 

Dominica is a paradise for hikers - and a joy for those who love the Caribbean at its quietest, says Nigel Tisdall

31 Jan 2015

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A family walk around Bath

A family walk in the countryside above Bath 

Sarah Barrell explores Bath on a family walking trail through the countryside

29 Jan 2015

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France’s best walking tours

France’s best walking tours 

Guided and self-guided French walking holidays, from the vineyards of the Alsace to long-distance walks in Corsica

28 Jan 2015

How I've learnt to take my dodgy hip in my stride

Joanna Hall demonstrates the art of walking 

Since a road accident as a child, Liz Hunt has suffered chronic pain - so could learning to 'Walkactive' be the answer?

26 Jan 2015

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The best companies for walking tours in France

Walking holidays in France: The 13 best companies for French hiking tours 

Thinking of a walking break in France? These are the 12 best companies to book with and the trips they offer

22 Jan 2015

'Wild' film prompts surge in interest in Pacific Crest Trail

'Wild' film prompts surging interest in Pacific Crest Trail 

The cinema release of 'Wild' starring Reese Witherspoon is piquing walkers' curiousity about the film's beautiful setting

22 Jan 2015

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The best battlefield tours in 2015

Remembrance Sunday: battlefields tours 

The anniversaries of several dramatic battles coincide next year, with Agincourt, Waterloo and Ypres all the subject of special escorted tours

21 Jan 2015

The world's greatest walking trails

The best walking holidays on America's Pacific Coast 

As a new film starring Reese Witherspoon showcases the Pacific Crest Trail, we highlight other superb routes around the world

16 Jan 2015

Walking in Morocco: in the footsteps of giants

Walking in Morocco: in the footsteps of giants 

Olympic rower Katherine Grainger is captivated by the chaos of Marrakesh and the beauty of the High Atlas in Morocco

12 Jan 2015

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America's wild side

The best walking holidays on America's Pacific Coast 

A new film, Wild, highlights the glories of North America’s Pacific Crest Trail.Tim Jepson selects the best of its many trails

10 Jan 2015

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Eight great walks in Australia

Eight great walks in Australia 

Want to experience the best of outdoors Australia at a pace where you can appreciate the landscapes? Nick Redmayne suggests the country's best walks

09 Jan 2015

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Climbing Bluff Knoll, 'the peak with many eyes'

The view from the summit of Bluff Knoll, Western Australia 

In Western Australia's only true Alpine habitat, Nick Redmayne takes a day hike on a peak with a fearsome reputation

09 Jan 2015

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Go wild, take life in your stride

Nick Hornby on his first novel in five years 

Long walks are balm for the soul, as shown in a new film, says Lesley Garner

04 Jan 2015

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Seven extraordinary gorges

Europe's greatest gorges 

Got a head for heights? John Wilmott offers a guide to the most magnificent gorges and canyons across Europe

02 Jan 2015

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Italy: Sardinia and the grand canyons of�Europe

Italy: Sardinia and the grand canyons of�Europe 

John Wilmott disappears into Sardinia’s Gorropu gorge and emerges with a renewed fascination with Europe’s grand canyons

02 Jan 2015

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Winter in Britain: making the most of the long nights

Winter solstice: 10 ways to make the most of the long night 

Winter brings greater stargazing opportunities to the UK. Sophie Campbell rounds up the bright spots among our shortest days

16 Dec 2014

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George Osborne unveils new 'green space' map of England and Wales for walkers

George Osborne 

Ordnance Survey is creating a free online map of all 'publicly- accessible green space in England and Wales'

03 Dec 2014

Drink in the scenery of the South Downs

View of the Seven Sisters cliffs 

British Pub Week begins on Friday. To mark the occasion here are 10 walking routes in the South Downs that start and end at a country pub

27 Oct 2014

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The Paddington Trail: a first look

The Paddington Trail: a first look  

Paddington Bear statues designed by celebrities including David Beckham, Nicole Kidman and Benedict Cumberbatch will feature in a new walking trail for London

02 Oct 2014

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Scotland's 10 best islands

ten best scottish islands 

Gavin Bell picks his 10 favourite Scottish islands, including Mull, Harris and Iona

15 Aug 2014

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A trail among ancient stones

Pyramid tomb near Turgut 

With herb-scented paths and unchanging villages, Turkey’s newest long-distance hiking trail gives a true sense of remoteness

11 Aug 2014

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Quarter of teens 'not fit enough' to go on trekking holiday

Madeira: Walking on the wild side 

A company providing expeditions for teenagers reveals that more than a quarter of 16 and 17-year-olds have failed a compulsory fitness test, prompting fresh concerns over childhood obesity

14 Jul 2014

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The man who walked the Nile

The man who's walking the Nile, Uganda 

Levison Wood is featuring in a Channel 4 series, that airs this weekend. Ashwin Bhardwaj joined him for the Sudan leg of an extraordinary journey

11 Jul 2014

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'London Loo' walking tour

Union Jack toilet seat in the 50p 'Juba-loos' on the South Bank 

Rachel Erickson's tour takes you to some of London's most interesting toilets

11 Jul 2014

The best walking shoes for women

The best walking shoes for women: Action Packed 

Action Packed

Our women's gear expert, Michelle Jana Chan, puts four of the best women’s walking shoes to the test

26 Jun 2014

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Great American walks

Hiking the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim trail - Great hiking trails of America 

From the Grand Canyon to Zion national park, Gabriella Le Breton selects some of the best places to trek in the United States

26 May 2014

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Just Back: coastal walking in Wales

Just Back: coastal walking in Wales 

David Elliott wins our weekly travel writing competition - and £200 - for this account of a visit to the Spanish city

16 May 2014

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The perfect spring walk?

France: A glorious spring walk in C�vennes 

The flower-strewn Cévennes, in southern France, may be the perfect setting for a spring walking holiday, says Tim Jepson

08 May 2014

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Great spring walks in Europe

 

Tim Jepson picks his favourite European destinations for a spring walking holiday

08 May 2014

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Walking holidays: readers' tips

Walking holidays: readers' tips, recommendations and travel advice 

Readers offer advice on walking holidays. Send us your travel tips for the chance to win a £350 holiday voucher

03 May 2014

Walk with me: the new trend of walking meetings

 

Seth Goldman, CEO of Honest Tea, explains why he likes to take his senior staff hiking

30 Apr 2014

Ignorance is bliss in the hills of�Istria

Croatia: ignorance is bliss is the hills of�Istria 

Tim Jepson ditches the guidebook on a walking tour of northern Croatia

28 Apr 2014

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London's greatest walk

The great London walk: Telegraph Tours 

Telegraph Tours

When it comes to London walks, a meander by the Thames is fascinating. Our heritage expert is leading a tour

18 Apr 2014

How to do the Camino de Santiago

 

Ask the Experts

Annie Bennett advises a reader who wants to walk part of the pilgrim's path to Santiago de Compostela

27 Mar 2014

India family holiday: Ladakh in pictures

Ladakh: The Stock family rafting down the Zanskar river. They travelled 28kms from Chilling to the confluence of the Zanskar and the Indus 

A trip to Ladakh in northern India proved to be an adventure of a lifetime for the Stock family. Photographs by Hilary Stock

24 Mar 2014

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Give Tuscany a miss – your West Country needs you

Bridle path in spring, in Exmoor 

This wonderful area has been all but deserted since the floods, so we should go on holiday there, says Rowan Pelling

04 Mar 2014

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Action Packed: the best lightweight walking shoes

The best approach shoes: Action Packed 

Our gear expert Paul Hart puts three of the best lightweight walking shoes to the test in Dartmoor

18 Feb 2014

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Visiting the 'new' Stonehenge

Stonehenge: the former A344,now covered in newly-sown grass 

Now visitors to Stonehenge can see the site just as they would have done 4,000 years ago

17 Dec 2013

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Winter sun for walkers

Winter sun for walkers 

Ask the Experts

Our experts advise a reader on winter sun destinations with good walking options

05 Nov 2013

A world-class walk along the enchanted Thames

The Royal Barge, star of the show for Diamond Jubilee River Pageant, is revealed 

London’s stretch of the Thames Path has been deemed to be the second most glorious urban walk in the world, writes Rowan Pelling

17 Sep 2013

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Retracing a wild adventure

The Broken Road: retracing the steps of a wild adventure 

Walking in the footsteps of Patrick Leigh Fermor, Nick Hunt found that everything and nothing has changed.

12 Sep 2013

Simon Armitage's latest troubadour’s quest

'I ask people to put in what they think I?m worth. Sometimes that has not been money,' says Simon Armitage, pictured at Westward Ho!, Devon
 

Simon Armitage, the poet, tells Cole Moreton about his latest troubadour’s quest, and mourning Seamus Heaney

07 Sep 2013

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Italy: wandering with Wordsworth

Lake Como, Italy: wandering with Wordsworth 

The Italian Lakes teem with tourists but head for the hills and you will find poetic solitude, finds Gavin Bell.

03 Sep 2013

Great British Walks: Sheringham Park

Great British Walks: Sparrow Dale, Sheringham Park, Norfolk 

Sparrow Dale, in Sheringham Park, is the site of one of the top ten Great British Walks chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

29 Aug 2013

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Secret walks: Malham Waterfall

Great British Walks: Malham Waterfall, Yorkshire Dales 

Malham Waterfall is one of the top ten Great British Walks chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival.

29 Aug 2013

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Great British Walks: Minnowburn

Great British Walks: Minnowburn, Northern Ireland 

Minnowburn is the site of one of the top ten Great British Walks chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

29 Aug 2013

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Great British Walks: Sizergh Castle

Great British Walks: Sizergh Castle, Cumbria 

This walk in the grounds of Sizergh Castle is one of ten chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

29 Aug 2013

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Great British Walks: Trelissick

Great British Walks: Trelissick, Cornwall 

Trelissick, in Cornwall, is the site of one of the top ten Great British Walks chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

29 Aug 2013

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Great British Walks: Erddig

Great British Walks: Erddig, Wales 

This walk in Erddig is one of ten chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

29 Aug 2013

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Great British Walks: Dover

Great British Walks: White Cliffs of Dover 

This walk along the White Cliffs of Dover is one of ten chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival.

29 Aug 2013

One-in-four Britons walk less than five miles a month

Some people walking near Mickleham between Dorking and Leatherhead, Surrey 

Britons urged to get walking boots on country’s hidden walking routes as survey finds 17 per cent never venture more than 500 yards from their car.

29 Aug 2013

Top 'secret discovery' walks

Every walker knows the satisfaction of completing a good walk, but often the greatest pleasure comes from what you discover along the way.  

The National Trust compiles a list of the 10 best walks which offer a hidden gem at some point along the route.

28 Aug 2013

Great British Walks: Dunstanburgh

Great British Walks: Dunstanburgh, Northumberland 

Dunstanburgh is the site of one of the top ten Great British Walks chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

28 Aug 2013

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Great British Walks: Attingham

Great British Walks: Attingham, Shropshire  

Attingham Park is the site of one of the top ten Great British Walks chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

28 Aug 2013

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Great British Walks: Stowe

The National Trust's top ten secret walks 

Sophie Campbell visits Stowe Gardens, one of 10 National Trust walks that reveal a secret.

28 Aug 2013

Great British Walks: Stowe gardens

 

Stowe is the site of one of the top ten Great British Walks chosen by the National Trust to feature in its annual autumn walking festival, the Great British Walk.

28 Aug 2013

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Why has the great coast path taken only a few baby steps?

The existing South West Coastal Path, from Minehead to Poole, generates some �300�million a year ? supporting more than 7,500 jobs 

England has managed to create just 20 miles of coastal path in four years, says Geoffrey Lean

02 Aug 2013

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Knowing me, knowing Norwich

Alan Partridge's Norwich  

Jolyon Attwooll joins an Alan Partridge-themed walking tour ahead of Alpha Papa's release.

25 Jul 2013

Walking holidays in Spain

Walking holidays in Spain  

Ask the experts: Our Spain expert suggests walking holidays near the Picos de Europa in Asturias, including the best budget options.

22 Jul 2013

Inside our National Parks: South Downs

Inside our National Parks: The South Downs 

Allison Thorpe offers a guide to the sweeping hills and hidden valleys of Britain's newest national park.

06 Jun 2013

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Trekking in Nepal

Dharepani village in Nepal 

In Nepal’s former no-go areas, Sue Watt treks to picturesque villages with a grim recent past.

29 May 2013

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Britain's best leisurely walks

Britain's best leisurely walks 

The Britain on Foot campaign aims to inspire people to exercise more. Here are a few ideas for gentle walks.

13 May 2013

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Around the Lizard peninsula

Cornwall: Walking the Lizard peninsula 

Along a scenic coastal path, Martin Jackson finds he is alone save for springtime flora and birds.

29 Apr 2013

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Inside our National Parks: The Brecon Beacons

National Park focus: the Brecon Beacons 

Glorious upland, beautiful waterfalls, and amazing wildlife: our latest National Parks insider guide features the Brecon Beacons.

25 Apr 2013

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Inside our National Parks: The New Forest

National Park focus: the New Forest 

Wild ponies, glorious heather and ancient trees: New Forest is the latest of our national park insider guides.

18 Apr 2013

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'A Bath primer, with extra guts'

Bath homeless city tours:  

Sarah Baxter finds an alternative view of Bath on a new tour led by people who have been homeless.

18 Apr 2013

Homeless tour of Bath launched

New Bath tours launched, led by the homeless 

Walking tours promising a secret glimpse of Bath were launched this week, all led by the homeless.

11 Apr 2013

Timeless trails of the high sierras

Andalusia: On the timeless trails of the high�sierras 

On a hike in Andalusia, Jolyon Attwooll very nearly leaves the 21st century behind.

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