Come with me over the Lake District fells on the Abraham’s Tea Round.
Do excuse me if you find me emerging from bushes cock-eyed and red-faced.
In a two-day trip, you can achieve something people spend hundreds seeking: Simplification.
These terribly beautiful hills inspire a fearsome joy. There is much to relish, and much to revere.
In the Cairngorms, “one does not look upward to spectacular peaks but downward from peaks to spectacular chasms”
The glory is in the doing, they say, but sometimes the end is just as sweet.
Climate change is throwing uncertainty into our wild landscapes – what we do at home will affect the places we love.
After IWD2019 and World Book Day, what can we learn from the woman who shook up outdoor’s writing forever?
How do you deal with a bad run in the hills?
Somehow, the view now goes beyond my visual boundaries. The effort, the movement, the senses are all contributors to the perception.