Issue 157: Spectacular autumn walks and ruins
In our November issue roam the enchanted forests of Perthshire, find great walks to magical ruins and much more.
On Sale 16th October 2019
Autumn has never looked more lovely than in Perthshire, where sparkling rivers rush through fire-coloured forests and pretty villages offer warm welcomes.
Revisit the angling heyday of the River Wye, when salmon used to leap in their thousands to spawn.
In craftsman Charlie Whinney’s hands, hard wood becomes pliant. Discover the astonishing art of steam-bending.
Future of the forest
What will our woodland cover look like in 100 years? Afforestation and rewilding efforts may see forests thrive.
A profile of the poet and drifter WH Davies (1873–1940), who bewailed a busy world that would not take the time to “stand and stare”.
Darks tales from country inns
Dixe Wills tours Britain’s most ghoulish pubs, uncovering their eerie histories.
On your cover
Stunning autumn colour on the banks of the River Garry, near Pitlochry in Perthshire, Scotland.
Dream of living in a cabin in the woods? Why not transform your home into a cosy hideaway.
Pam the Jam presents mouthwatering recipes to help preserve the fruits of your autumn glut.