Join Jim Perrin on a journey through enchanted valleys and epic peaks, animated by the delights of a new season
More and more people are buying small patches of woodland for recreation and to provide firewood. Mark Cocker argues that this is good news for the health of our countryside
Now rare and precious, traditional meadows are both beautiful and fizzing with wildlife. Phil Gates joins the bees and butterflies to while away a spring day among the daisies, bellflowers and orchids
Use this handsome Georgian market town as a base to explore the beautiful hills and woods of Wiltshire. By Fergus Collins
A list of the top 10 UK farmers' markets definitely worth visiting to try the tasty, local food!
It's time to announce the winner of our Great British Views photo contest.
Does your dog’s behaviour sometimes spoil your country walks? The solution may lie in understanding its true nature, especially its powerful sense of smell, writes Dr John Bradshaw
Ten years ago, an entire Lake District valley was allowed to run wild. Paul Evans looks at what effect a decade of riotous nature has had on the landscape
Just why do we love the Lake District so much? Local author Tony Greenbank explores the fells, dales and the waters that have inspired visitors for centuries
Jackie Humphries explains how she came through dark times to find light and solace in her weekly escape to the great outdoors
Explore the cobbled streets of a medieval city on the edge of the Norfolk Broads. By Martin Dunford
Warm apple pie. That’ll be the aroma when you breathe the autumn air in the heart of this medieval city. OK, it might not actually be a baking pie you’re catching whiff of, but it’s the next best thing – fermenting cider in the local factory. This is cider country, with a beautiful river and a Hereford bull thrown in… By Abigail Whyte