Exploring the lovely Kinver Edge today we headed off to something we have wanted to see for quite a while. Tucked away in the wilds, these unusual abodes were inhabited until as recently as the 1960’s and are carved into the rock face that surrounds them.
Perfectly placed among the Peak District National Park’s dramatic craggy heights is the Roaches. Home to the famous Winking Man formation and a former wallaby herd. This spot possess not only movie-worthy scenes, but also something that all great walks should have.
Since England has been blessed with one more sunny spell before autumn sets in, we decided to make the most of our weekend with a walk through the Shropshire Hills, enjoying a wander along the beautiful Long Mynd and its surrounding valleys. Here’s how to walk this breath-taking route with a few of the different paths on offer.
The highest peak of England and Wales, Snowdon is an epic climb boasting jaw-dropping views and unmissable sights but where do you start as a beginner? For those not wanting to join the hordes on the cute tourist train and willing to don their walking boots (or trusted trainers) for the climb, here is your first-timer’s guide to walking this Welsh gem.