Brecon Beacons Waterfalls Walk

When you’re visiting a National Park renowned for it’s rugged and sweeping hills, barren moors and mountain scenery, it might not occur to you that some of the most impressive walks might be found in the valleys.

Pen y Fan

The landscape of the Brecon Beacons is altogether different from the Peaks and, to my eyes, sits somewhere between the grandeur of the Lake District and the rolling hills I’m more familiar with back home.

Alport Castles

I experienced almost every type of weather over the 10 miles of this route to the impressive Tower at Alport Castles in the Peak District.

The Roaches and Lud’s Church

This walk from The Roaches to Lud’s Church takes us to a place where strange folk dwell and even stranger legends persist.

Bakewell to Chatsworth

“What does Forrest Gump have to do with hill walking in the Peak District?” I hear you ask.

The Dragon’s Back

In a quiet distant corner of the Dove Valley, a dragon has lain sleeping for millions of years.

Hill Walking: A Manifesto for Londoners

I own a tweed blazer and a flat cap, and my idea of ‘smart casual’ is essentially looking like a Geography teacher who discovered Timberland chukka boots.