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In the February 2017 issue: Your New Year’s Revolution!
FREE Incredibly useful 36-page #walk1000miles launch handbook!
Walking offers the most incredible combination of instant and incremental rewards and we think everyone can benefit – which is why the new issue is dedicated to two BIG things: short walks with incredible wows, and the launch of our epic 2017 Walk 1000 miles campaign. So whether you’re just getting started in the outdoors and don’t know your map from your elbow, whether you wonder if you can manage 3 miles or whether you really could hit 1000 this year, there’s loads in here to get you going and keep you going! From the most beautiful view in the south of England to the most incredible 3.5 miles in Wales, the inspiring tale of the 1000-mile supergran, the giants of Loch Lomond, and from Trainspotting to the Tatras – we promise, you will not be able to contain your feet!
It’s the most spectacular season and we’ve got simply the most spectacular issue of Country Walking to go with it! Dedicated to Curious Britain, we’ve scoured the country for the best trails with the best tales – and discovered a shed-load of stuff that knocked us sideways! Get your copy and prepare to discover a strange and fascinating side to this most beautiful time of year with storied about ancient woodland, lost paradise, moonrise kingdoms, eerie hills and secret islands. Plus there’s our exhaustive buyer’s guide to autumn and winter gear, 27 brilliant new walks and 20 inventions you won’t believe people came up with. Don’t miss the best – and most curious – Country Walking yet!
The October issue of Country Walking – with FREE gear mini-mag and county high-point tick-list!
Just as the original summiteers of Everest saw fit to do their training on Snowdon (a mountain an eighth the size) so all Britain’s high – and not so high – places have an ability to punch way above their weight. Whether through their atmosphere or profile, local significance or their place in a thousand personal stories, this country has dozens of hills with gigantic hearts, and we’ve made it our mission this issue to single the very favourites out. We’ve also got a sparkling plan for that inevitable rainy day in Snowdonia, two time-travelling adventures in the Lake District and the Surrey Hills, a big test of rucksacks for autumn and winter (or that long-distance path you’ve been planning), some astonishing stories of what walking a little every day can do for – and a ticklist of all the counties’ high-points if you fancy a truly loopy adventure. Anyway, step inside! The views are wonderful!
The September issue of Country Walking – 78 years in the making!
It’s not every day you get to tell a story like this: the creation, loss and now the resurrection of a long-distance path by the creator of the Coast-to-Coast, Alfred Wainwright. His Pennine Journey is bigger than the C2C, more beautiful than the Pennine Way and perhaps best of all, it’s circular, and it’s on the latest OS maps! 78 years in the making, we think it’s worth the wait – and we’ve got the full story in what we’ve got an excited feeling is the best issue ever! And it’s packed with other stuff too, from the wild wooded scarps of the South Downs to the best beach-walk in Wales, the story of the real-life walking inspiration of BFG author Roald Dahl and much, much more. Join us!
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New 2016 walking guide published by Country Walking magazine, in association with Ordnance Survey. Get your Complete Guide to the Peak District with 40 Step by Step walks!
The complete guide to the Peak District includes…
The White Peak
Dovedale – Wolfscote Dale – Monsal Dale – Chrome Hill
The Dark Peak
Mam Tor – Stanage Edge – Kinder Scout
South West Peak
The Roaches – Shutlingsloe
Navigation Guide – White to Dark Walk – 40 routes with maps