Fancy a stroll in the beautiful Lake District countryside but don’t fancy taking on anything too taxing? Here are 7 easy walks in the Lake District that are just as beautiful as many of the more famous lofty peaks.
Climbing England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike, from Wasdale Head. How hard it is, how to avoid the crowds, how long it takes and where to park. We share everything you need to know to climb Scafell Pike.
Everything you need to know before embarking on the Hump Ridge Track New Zealand including what to expect, what the huts are like, costs, elevation, difficulty and what you’ll need to pack for this incredible walk.
It’s easy to see why Catbells is one of the most popular walks in the Lake District. With stunning views and an epic ridge line all condensed into a few hours adventure, it’s a must for your Lakes itinerary.
If you’re looking for a short fell walk in the Lake District then Helm Crag should be top of your list. If you time the walk for sunset, you’ll be in for a real treat. Make sure the Helm Crag walk in Grassmere is on your Lake District itinerary.
If you’re looking for a beautiful walk in the Lake District then head for the Old Man of Coniston. It’s one of the higher fells in the area and the sweeping views are magnificent. Here is everything you need to know about hiking the Old Man of Coniston.
The Bondi to Coogee walk is one of our favourite things to do in Sydney. Following the cliff tops with terrific ocean views, this easy 5.5km trail is the perfect way to spend a few hours or even the whole day.
With nine to choose from you want to make sure you pick the right Great Walk of New Zealand for you. Having recently walked all nine, we have you covered and have broken them down into categories to help you decide which one is for you.