8 walks you can enjoy, whatever the weather
Explore a lovely corner of London without sacrificing an ounce of comfort or coziness by jaunting from coffee shop to coffee shop along Bermondsey Street. With so many adorable cafes to pop into, you won't have to be out in the elements for very long at all.
Stay warm and dry on a rainy day by strolling through Glasgow's beautiful botanical garden. You can check out the Victorian-era glasshouse and get your fill of tropical greenery even in the depths of a Scottish winter!
A short little jaunt around Deptford ending at Deptford Market Yard. With lots of shops, cafes and restaurants tucked away in disused railway arches, its a great place to while away a drizzly afternoon.
This unique walk in the Peak District passes through six former railway tunnels, each of which is hundreds of meters long. The tunnels have all been resurfaced and are lit during daylight hours. While strolling you can listen to a podcast with accounts by people who worked, lived, and traveled on the former Midland railway.
Rainy day in Southsea and can't go to the beach? Instead, how about strolling this easy circular route through town which passes by some of our favourite coffee shops, restaurants, charity shops and florists.
For those office workers who need to stretch their legs at lunch, this nice jaunt will take you around Canary Wharf and through the Crossrail Place Roof Gardens. Did you know that Crossrail Place was designed by Foster + Partners, the same architecture studio that designed the Gherkin and the British Museum Atrium?
Have a jaunt around this amazing twenty acre property in Northumberland to see the Grecian hall, medieval castle, and enchanting gardens. If you are visiting in December you might even be able to catch the Alice-in-Wonderland-inspired festive light trail through the grounds!