With bellies still stuffed with Christmas Day fare, rallying the troops for a bracing trek might not come easy, but oh the rewards! These beautiful walks will put the fizz back into frazzled spirits – especially if you pop into one of these cosy pubs on the way…
Wrap up warm, grab your walking boots and go in search of your own winter wonderland! Here's where we'll be striding out over the coming months.
Short of fresh air and vitamin D since the clocks went back? Round-up the little (and big) ones and give it some welly with these child-friendly walks around the counties.
*Please check the latest information before beginning your walk, and only head to these gorgeous groves if they are within walking distance. Stay safe.* Sherrardspark Wood, Welwyn Garden City These 200 acres of volunteer-managed woodland are buzzing with wildlife amongst the ancient oak and hornbeam trees – so old is the wood in fact, that […]
Myddleton House, Enfield For something really special, why not visit the garden of 20th century botanist (and spring bulb obsessive) E A Bowles, at Myddleton House, Enfield. These gardens are world famous for snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils. This one could be the perfect Sunday treat for any plant-obsessed Mum. Benington Lordship, Stevenage Although famed for […]
They're coming out! The loveliest places to catch winter snowdrops across Herts and beyond over the next few weeks.
We reckon bluebell season is one of the natural highlights of the English calendar - don't you agree? Woods and glades will be awash with vibrant colour over the next few weeks, so we've narrowed down the best local spots to see them in all their glory.
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