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Slow down in Snowdonia: a laid-back way to see north Wales

From the cliffs overlooking Aberdaron, the views of the Llŷn peninsula are dramatic. To the east, families are picnicking and building sandcastles on the...

Why Tebay is ‘the motorway service station from heaven’

Almost every day octogenarian John Dunning walks across his farmland to his triumph, Tebay Services, and wanders around aisles piled high with local produce.Currently...

Is this Switzerland? No, I’m in the Shropshire Hills

The first time I saw the Shropshire Hills it was through a misty car window during a frigid winter drive from Birmingham to Snowdonia....

10 of Britain’s best off-grid cabins, lodges and cottages

The Lazy Duck, CairngormsA six-acre hideaway surrounded by the glorious expanse of the Cairngorms National Park, the Lazy Duck features three gorgeous wooden eco-cabins....

In Tod’s country: a walking break around Todmorden, West Yorkshire

I’m back in Todmorden for my fourth visit in recent years, to rewalk familiar trails and strike out on new ones. Here, the Pennine...

Six of the best British towns for walking holidays

Cromer, NorfolkThe Norfolk Coast Path links some of the country’s best beaches, most vital nature reserves and deepest history (the oldest human footprints found...

Action station: walking the Cotswolds from our village base

On a sunny day, on a hike in the Cotswold foothills, we stumble upon walking royalty. In the graveyard of Dumbleton’s Norman church, there...

West Highlands on a budget: a hostel amid Scotland’s mountains and waterfalls

I arrived at Glen Nevis during a storm. I’d watched it gather through the window of the train on the scenic West Highland Line...

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