August promises plenty of wildlife highlights in Britain, whether that’s at the seaside or, often, much closer to home.
In this interview, Walkhighlands founder Helen Webster shares her expertise from over a decade spent exploring Scotland’s Inner Hebrides.
These Scottish island chains are home to some of the most spectacular sands in the UK.
There is abundant British wildlife to absorb in June, the month of daylight.
Lace up your hiking boots and explore one of Britain’s best small hills.
Forget measurements: when it comes to hillwalking, height really doesn’t matter.
Puffins, pearls and pasqueflowers – nature is at its best in May.
Orkney’s rich history is markedly visible across the islands in its well-preserved Neolithic villages and chambered cairns.
Orkney’s rich history is incredibly well-preserved in its abundance of archaeological sites — and most are free to enter.
Orkney’s landscapes are some of the most dramatic in the UK.