The best walking routes and holidays in Britain, Europe and the World
The best walking routes in the England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Europe and the rest of the World
This walk takes you into the remote and sometimes desolate beauty of the High Moor, to a pool cut out of peat, and a spectacular waterfall.
A beautiful walk through Constable country with several opportunities to enjoy good river swimming in the famous Stour.
This walk begins at the beach where Channel swimmers depart, leads through flower-filled meadows over the famous white cliffs of Dover, and ends on an impressive shingle strand.
Wild Swimming Walks' Margaret Dickinson, and Liz Valentine plot a gentle walk easily reached from London yet with a truly rural feel, which includes a swim in the River Colne.
A glorious coastal walk with spectacular views. It takes in meadows, pasture and woods, culminating in a thrilling swim through a high-sided chasm linking Sugary and Castle Coves.
An easy walk with plenty of opportunities to swim in the River Thames, and optional visits to an Iron Age hill fort and a medieval abbey.
A wonderful wild adventure past a Gothic lighthouse and across a dramatic headland, before dropping down to swim at a secret beach.
An easy walk through beautiful countryside, passing Kentish Wealden houses and several places of historical interest along the way, with a swim in the River Medway.
A glorious walk taking in fascinating ancient monuments, including one of the best stone circles on Dartmoor. We cross the lovely North Teign River, with two swimming opportunities.
This fairly easy walk crosses heathland dotted with pretty Surrey villages before dropping down to follow the Wey Navigation, where there are many swimming places.
This charming circular walk leads you through the attractive Cotswold high street of Broadway, along historic tracks and up to the intriguing Broadway Tower with its spectacular views across the Severn Vale into Wales. The perfect chance to taste a little more of all the Cotswolds has to offer....
This coastal hike in Tenerife explores a small strip of volcanic rock landscape used for sea salt collection, and offers the chance to see lava formations and lizards and enjoy the sounds of the sea.
The Cruz del Carmen forest trail - the first officially approved trail in Tenerife - offers an insight into the island’s botanical history
This family-friendly volcanic route, offers an opportunity to get the most out of Mount Teide National Park’s unique flora and fauna.
The ‘century-old guards’ refers to the ancient trees on this family-friendly forest route in Tacoronte on the north-east of the island, a walk that takes in the Toledo and Salto Blanco Ravines.