walking

Spring comes early in the Channel Islands, since they're the most southerly part of the British Isles. It's the ideal time to explore Guernsey's network of excellent walks with over 24 miles of cliff trails. The scenery is constantly changing, whether it's the granite cliffs of the south and east or the sandy bays of the north.
Set in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Simonstone Hall really is unique - and looked even more magical with a good dusting of snow this week. I don't know how, but I managed to get to the magnificent country house while the rest of the country practically came to a standstill thanks to the weather.
Spray collars are magnificent for certain scenarios, although used incorrectly on a regular basis, the trainee dog can become neurotic and may never obey the command you are hoping he will.
Yes, it might be tempting to stay indoors and fall asleep in front of the television once the nights start to draw in. But
An active lifestyle such as doing housework, brisk walking and gardening helps to reduce the chance of getting breast cancer
Going on a walk allows us to take a step back from our daily routine. You can feel the wind in your face, the changing of the seasons, the excitement of coming across a beautiful building or the buzz from immersing yourself in a rich social history.
A University College London (UCL) study has discovered that a moderate increase in exercise when you retire can make big
Coverley has thus far made an intriguing career from his brand of esoteric primers, on interconnected subjects ranging from Psychogeography to Occult London, and with his latest, The Art of Wandering: The Writer as Walker, he re-introduces readers to a seemingly ancient tradition. Serving as a brief history of this storied connection between great, even classic, literature and the epic bouts of pedestrianism which bore them, Coverley inspires in his readers - who it must be presumed are largely made up of either walkers or writers (or both) - a peculiar kind of brotherhood.
William Blake the printer tromps endlessly around London, stout and baby faced like a grimy, windswept William Hague.
Slowing of walking pace or a more variable stride could indicate a decline in cognitive function, according to new research