I decided to challenge myself to walk 10000 steps a day during England’s second lockdown. Here’s what I learned from my experience:
I review Vertebrate Publishing’s latest guide book, Big Trails: Heart of Europe, where my Müllerthal Trail photographs have been featured!
The Müllerthal Trail in Luxembourg has three routes which are either hiked separately or connected to create a 112km long stretch.
I answer all of your burning Appalachian Trail questions, from haircare to Norovirus!
Selecting your gear for the Appalachian Trail is an important part of the pre-trail planning phase. Here is my review on the gear I used for my hike.
There are many awesome reasons to hike the Appalachian Trail. Here’s why YOU should consider setting foot on its white-blazed path.
There are countless hikes in the Peak District. From gentle ambles around sparkling reservoirs to more strenuous boulder scrambles, there is something to suit just about everyone.
Some days on the Appalachian Trail SUCKED. From the physical, to the emotional, to everything in-between, here’s my experience.
Being a vegan on the Appalachian Trail isn’t as difficult as you’d expect. It just takes a little knowledge, planning and creativity.
I hiked over 1000 miles of the Appalachian Trail, from Georgia to Pennsylvania in 2019. Here, I talk about why I departed earlier than planned.
Planning your Appalachian Trail hike from the UK can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Read on to see what I did to get organised.
There are many beautiful and varied Cheshire walks, where you’ll discover quaint villages, rolling pastures, eerie chasms and enchanted woodlands.
I talk about the process I went through to get a B-2 Visa for the Appalachian Trail. The visa grants you up to 6 months per visit, so it’s ideal for hikers.
I’m going to hike the Appalachian Trail in March 2019. Here, I talk about why and how I plan to hike, plus my inspiration, fears and preparations.
There are countless hikes in the Blue Mountains. Some require a certain level of skill, and most require a decent level of fitness, because, well; steps.
With over 2000km of tracks, there are heaps of walks in Tasmania. I’ve tried and tested over 1/3 of them from the 60 Great Short Walks list.
From waterfalls and lakes, to fairytale forests, button grass plains and amazing wildlife; Cradle Mountain is one of my favourite areas to walk in Tasmania.
Hiking the Three Capes Track takes you on a truly wild adventure across some of Tasmania’s most stunning wilderness and dramatic coastlines.