Australians call it bushwalking. You might know it as hiking, trekking, tramping, or just walking. Royal National Park here I come!
Mud, daffodils and lambs along the footpaths. Spring is sunny and muddy in the English countryside
Footpaths and bridleways make walking and running fun – you don't have to follow the roads. But all paths in England are not yet officially recorded.
I witnessed an amazing starling murmuration the other day. You can see yourself – I filmed some of it!
Christmas and New Year in Saariselkä. I like my family's quiet Lapland visits in winter, but this year it was especially quiet.
Southern Finland has great recreational areas for walking and exercising outdoors. On this walk in Luukki we spotted some santa's hats.
It is time to go to the hills when it snows in England. Sharp Edge is a popular and fun ridge up to Blencathra in the Lake District.
I have to talk about whales a bit longer. This one is about the population decline and the recent orca "attacks"
Whilst swimming in a freezing Rydal Water, I think about Herman Melville's Moby Dick and the whales he describes
Armathwaite is a lovely village in Cumbria with a pretty woodland area for walking a climbing