Kerry Walker

Travel & food writer, author, photographer, translator. AA Gill Award 2020 finalist

How to plan a culinary road trip through Essex

In this National Geographic Traveller feature, I take a road trip through Essex to discover the county’s reinvented food scene.

The off-grid corner of Wales with availability for this summer

Abergwesyn doesn’t give a damn about the 21st century – ditch your phone and make a beeline for the uncrowded, wild heart of Wales.

Embracing friluftsliv the Norwegian way

As winter sets in, the temptation to stay indoors grows. Break tradition this season, and do as the Norwegians do by embracing the outside world. My piece for National Geographic Traveller shows you how.

How Coronavirus rekindled our love for holidays on home soil

My latest Telegraph Travel feature looks at how the Brits have reignited their love for travel in their own country following the introspective months of lockdown and Brexit.

Horizon Guides: Wales’ Best Hikes

We all need a good long walk right now. If you like your walks wild and remote, check out my pick of hikes in Wales, taking you from coast to country and moor to mountain, for the latest Horizon Guides UK walking pages.

How to spend a weekend in the Jungfrau Region

My latest feature for National Geographic Traveller takes you into the snowy heart of Switzerland’s insanely beautiful Jungfrau Region, where the triple act of Eiger (13,025ft), Mönch (13,465ft) and Jungfrau (13,642ft) loom large.

A postcard from Anglesey

Reminding us of nature’s unerring constancy and its sudden, brilliant unpredictability, islands are the ultimate refuge in pandemic times. My piece for Telegraph Travel zooms in on why wild, wind-whipped Anglesey is the perfect escape from all the Covid madness.

A postcard from Pembrokeshire

Why breezy, beautiful Pembrokeshire is the salve for your lockdown lethargies – this Telegraph Travel feature gives the inside scoop on what it’s like to visit Wales’ southwest coast right now.

The wilds of Mid Wales

Mid Wales is one of Britain’s last great wildernesses, with moors, mountains and hidden valleys to make the heart sing. I head off the beaten track and deep into the Cambrian Mountains for this Telegraph feature: Why the wilds of Mid Wales are the perfect antidote to Britain’s busy beaches


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