Finding the middle of nowhere: hiking to Scotland’s great wilderness | Travel

It started with a warning: “Weaklings and novices must expect to perish.” Guidebook writer Alfred Wainwright…

Why an everyday English field is my tranquillity base | Travel

Last January I started a new part-time job on a landscape scheme in the medieval hunting…

Eyes wide for the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch – a photo essay | Travel

For much of the past 12 months, while we haven’t been able to venture further than…

My year of roaming free in Cornwall – a photo essay | Travel

The last embers of my fire flicker orange and red in the dark. It has warmed…

Scotland’s ski resorts left in limbo with potential bumper season looming | Travel

The future of Scottish ski resorts hangs in the balance as they confront two starkly different…

How Bob Marley helped me paddleboard from Land’s End to John o’Groats | Travel

Day one of lockdown 2, and I’m listening to a playlist called Sunny Days. Bob Marley’s…

Travel firm bucks trend by launching no-fly startup during lockdown | Travel

With much of the travel industry fighting for survival, now may not seem the best moment…

‘Sound walks’ offer a new way to travel in lockdown | Travel

The bear’s throaty growl starts to my right, then circles predatorily around to my left as…

Once upon a time … there was a magical storytelling walk in a Sussex forest | Travel

It’s a sunny late-autumn morning in woodlands on the outskirts of Lewes, East Sussex, and I’m…

We were sick of lockdown – so cycled from Land’s End to John o’Groats | Travel

If you stand on the cliff at Land’s End with your back to the sea and…