Paving the way - Chris Speight

Topped with its weird and wonderful limestone pavement, Malham Cove is one of the most impressive natural features in Yorkshire, so let's delve a little deeper into this wondrous landscape.

Clough Head and Wainwright - Tim Foster

Join Tim Foster and the Wainwright Society for this ascent and circuit of Clough Head,

Kingsweston and Blaise Castle Estates - Professor Kathryn Monk

Walk around the estate of the Grade 1 listed Kingsweston House (currently being restored) opening up new vistas. Picnic or café lunch and then onward to the adjacent Blaise Castle Estate, a SSSI and Roman Road.

If at first you don’t succeed… Chris Speight

Join us in Kielder. With its lack of crowds, fresh countryside air, secluded waterside bays and huge tree-lined paths you really get the sense you’re the last person on Earth.

Industrial archaeology of Tavistock - Andrew Thompson

Morning talk focuses on Tavistock's role as a gateway to a Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, and development of Bedford Cottages and canal. Followed by an afternoon guided walk of the area.

Discovering Dolgellau: the natural and cultural history of Snowdonia - Rhys Gwynn

Join Rhys Gwynn for a botanical stroll amongst the wildflower-rich meadows of south Dolgellau. 

Guided butterfly walk

Guided butterfly walk covering a range of habitats in the Brantwood gardens.

The Rochdale Nine - Mike Redfern

A 1.5 mile guided walk through Manchester along the Rochdale Canal from Piccadilly to Castlefield, discovering the history, the architecture and the personalities of the world’s first industrial city.

Two woods on the summer solstice - Martin Haslett

Join Martin Haslett as he leads a three mile walk between two community woodlands, which both encourage wildlife and engage the local community.

Wilding the Nar Valley on the Westacre Estate - Fraser Bradbury

In this walk, guided by Fraser Bradbury, you will see the first stages of wood pasture restoration in this woodland and wetland site.

Kents Cavern and Babbacombe - Pat Wilson

Based on the Discovering Britain "Coves and Cliffs" walk, starting with an underground visit to Kents Cavern.
 

Somerset Rural Life Museum and Glastonbury Tor - Les Davies MBE

A guided visit to the Rural Life Museum followed by an ascent of Glastonbury Tor.

Day break on the Carneddau - Rob Collister

An unforgettable experience for adventurous types: join esteemed alpinist Rob Collister MBE for an overnight walk over the lesser-known Carneddau mountains of Snowdonia, to greet the morning sun. 

Rewilding - the debate continues

A panel of experts and local specialists will look to move the debate forward from last year’s discussion of what rewilding meant to consider what could and perhaps should be done to facilitate rewilding in Nidderdale. 

Rock and roll - Chris Speight

The Tees was once a source of industry powering the people and fortunes of this area. Discover the hidden histories and find out how people have used and exploited it over time.

Romantic ruins, poisonous past - Vivienne Crow

Whilst Gunnerside Gill looks idyllic, it hasn't always been so peaceful! Explore the lead mining history, the poisonous processes, and look at the legacy left behind by this once-deadly industry.

The native daffodils of Snowdonia - Rob Collister

Discover the native daffodils of Snowdonia National Park in full bloom in this easy stroll.