Best time to walk the Pennine Way

Best Time to Walk the Pennine Way

Weather is one of the factors that make this one of the toughest walks in the UK. To be prepared, check out this guide on the best time to walk the Pennine Way.

Planning for the Pennine Way

Planning for the Pennine Way

Planning such a big and demanding adventure can be hard work. To make it a bit easier for you, we’ve put together a guide to planning for the Pennine Way.

Packing list for the Pennine Way

Packing List for the Pennine Way

It is key to be prepared for any event when walking a long-distance trail. To help you out., we’ve put together a packing list for the Pennine Way.

Woman on the Pennine Way

5 Alternatives to the Pennine Way

The Pennine Way is one small part of what the UK has to offer to outdoor enthusiasts. Here are the best alternatives to this famous National Trail of England.

Ben Lomond

10 Day Walks Near Glasgow

Despite the fact that Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, it is still very easy to find day walks near Glasgow and get into the wilderness.

Sunset over Loch Lomond

15 Day Trips From Glasgow

Aside from being a popular tourist attraction, Glasgow is also an ideal base to explore Scotland from. Here are the best 15 day trips from Glasgow.

Mugdock Castle

Where to Eat on the West Highland Way

As Scotland’s most popular long-distance route, the West Highland Way is teeming with restaurants, pubs, B&Bs, hotels, and hostels. Here are the best ones.

Carrion de los Condes Spain

Carrion de los Condes

Carrion was first settled by the Romans and was known as Lacobriga. Later the Visogoths held the city, their existence is evidenced by the tombs … Read more

Portomarin Spain


Portomarin developed along both sides of the River Mino, the town was of strategic importance and always garrisoned first by the Order of Santiago, then … Read more

Palas de Rei Spain

Palas de Rei

Palas de Rei was referred to as the Royal Palace in the first pilgrims’ guide from the 12th century, however, there is little in the … Read more

Ponferrada on the Camino


Ponferrada became a city in 1908 with a population of only 3,000 at that time. Today the population has grown to over 67,000 making it … Read more

Arzua Spain


Arzua is the last large town you will pass through before Santiago, (pop circa 7,000). Historically there is little to see apart from the local … Read more

Belorado Spain


Belorado with a population of just over 2,000 was a welcome resting place for me in 2004. I only walked 12km this day and rested … Read more


After the ravine known as “Barranco Mataburros” – the mule killer, you reach the plain where Viana can be seen in front of you. Viana … Read more

El Burgo Ranero

The earliest references to El Burgo Ranero is from 1126, there are a few interpretations of the town’s name: one is the town of frogs, … Read more