A summer wander through water meadows west of Wisborough
Hambledon and the Bat and Ball pub on this cycle ride
Explore Arundel and Swanbourne Lake on this tea shop trail
Spectacular views of Arundel Castle beside the River Arun
Discover the history of Ascott Park from Stadhampton
A gentle stroll through Ashford Hill Nature Reserve
Kent's quintessential Garden of England scenery
An energetic cycle on quiet roads in the North Wessex Downs
An active walk in the North Wessex Downs
Beech woods, chalk downs and the pretty village of Aldbury
Rolling wooded countryside and farmland from Tring
Ancient New Forest pine woods and open heaths from Ashurst
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With its spectacular Jurassic Coast, rolling hills, beautiful beaches, historic houses and gardens, ancient castles and forts, idyllic villages and charming market towns, Dorset is truly unique. Quiet country lanes and a network of footpaths and cycle trails make it an ideal walking and cycling holiday destination.
Hampshire is a striking blend of beautiful coastline, rolling hills and valleys with crystal clear trout streams, forests and ancient woodlands, enchanting villages, medieval towns and the great industrial ports of Southampton and Portsmouth.
Follow the chalk hills of the North Downs to the coast where you will find award winning beaches and the iconic White Cliffs of Dover. Kent's rich history and heritage can be seen in the naval ports along the Thames estuary, the stunning Leeds Castle and the ancient settlements and beautiful cathedrals of Rochester and Canterbury.
Discover one of Britain's most beautiful regions, an area of diverse landscapes, pretty villages and the vibrant and inspiring city of Oxford. Explore the hills, secluded river valleys and medieval villages of the Cotswolds or follow the River Thames through Oxford and Henley to the rolling hills of the Chilterns.
The meadows, heaths and ancient woodlands of the North Downs are a haven for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. Explore historic villages and vibrant towns, visit stately homes with their landscaped gardens and experience a wealth of world-class attractions and contemporary arts venues all just a stone's throw from London.
The hills of the South Downs and the Sussex Weald are dotted with delightful villages waiting to be explored. Along the coast you will find the lively towns of Brighton and Eastbourne, the wildlife-rich inlets of Chichester Harbour and the white chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters.
At 6962 metres Aconcagua is the highest peak in the world outside of the Himalayas and one of the Seven Summits. It is the highest mountain in the Americas and it dominates the great Andes mountain range that forms the spine of South America. Although Aconcagua is within the abilities of most strong, fit and experienced trekkers, this mighty mountain is not an easy undertaking. Many climbers fail, some never return.
There are three non-technical routes up the mountain - trails that bypass the Polish Glacier. We describe each route, suggest itineraries and provide you with the information you need to plan an expedition to the summit. If you have recently returned from a trip to Aconcagua, please contribute your information, tips and advice so other climbers can benefit from your experience.