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24th August 2020

Scotland’s two national parks, the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and the Cairngorms National Park, are spectacular areas of stunning Scottish landscape that offer endless amazing sights to experience and enjoy.

The Falls of Dochart - <i>The Falls of Dochart</i>
5th August 2020

If you’re looking to cool off with a relaxing dip this summer, but want to try something a bit more interesting than a swimming pool, wild swimming could be for you.

Llyn Cau, on the Cadar Idris mountain - <i>Llyn Cau, on the Cadar Idris mountain</i>
27th July 2020

The wildlife found in the UK may not always be of a particularly exotic persuasion, but that’s not to say there aren’t some more unusual species to be seen if you visit the right places.

A wallaby mother with her baby - <i>A wallaby mother with her baby</i>
15th July 2020

Everyone’s heard of Nessie, the monstrous lake creature rumoured to dwell in the depths of Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. But did you know she isn’t the only mysterious aquatic beast said to make her home in the UK?

Image of the Loch Ness Monster - <i>Could this be Nessie? Probably not</i>
3rd August 2020

Stunning landscapes, prehistoric sites and locations of legend. Explore them all along the best walking trails in Wales. Here’s our guide to six of them.

Best Walking Trails in Wales - Welsh rural landscape
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