Phoebe Smith

Wanderlust's editor-at-large, Phoebe Smith is as passionate about travel as she is about the outdoors. She likes nothing better than discovering a place on foot, gazing over giant precipices for fun and wild camping – preferably in the mountains.

With a passion for writing, being a journalist came naturally to her, so she delights in really getting under the skin of a place, immersing herself in the local culture, learning about the native wildlife and of course walking.

She’s worked on and writes for a range of newspapers and magazines in the UK, Canada, Australia and the USA. She’s author of several books including Extreme Sleeps: Adventures of a Wild Camper, which charts her quest to explore the remote places of Britain – with just a trusty tent in tow and a walking guidebook to The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path (Cicerone). In 2013 she was shortlisted for the Visit England Award for Excellence in travel writing for an article she wrote for Wanderlust magazine about the Peak District. Check out an extract from it here.

Seeking adventure wherever she finds herself is what drives her, and you’ll often find Phoebe on Twitter (@PhoebeRSmith) sharing her latest escapades with the hashtag #GetOutside.

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How to spend your first 24 hours in New Orleans

As direct flights launch to the land of Mardi Gras, Phoebe Smith shimmies her way to Louisiana, cocktail in hand, to discover what’s on offer in the city that never sleeps...

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Traveller's guide to: technical underwear

Travel underwear is often overlooked, but a bad pair can ruin your adventures - here's how to pick the best pants!

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How to choose the right winter waterproofs

When heading to colder climes you need a jacket that will block wind, keep off rain or snow and stop you getting sweaty when active. Here's how to choose the best winter waterproofs...

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Extreme Sleeps: Finding adventure close to home

Phoebe Smith shares the 5 biggest mistakes people make when doing their first wild camp…

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How to build a good (and safe) campfire

Building a campfire can be difficult and dangerous – so read this 5-step guide before you start striking matches

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How to use Britain’s bothies

Across Scotland – and parts of England and Wales – there is a network of old buildings with incredible views and access to wild places that you can stay in, for free…

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Alastair Lee on scaling new heights

Phoebe Smith catches up with Alastair Lee to find out how he got into adventure film-making, shooting Autana and why he has the best job in the world…

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes on his biggest adventure yet

As Sir Ranulph Fiennes heads off to attempt the first winter crossing of Antarctica, he talks to Phoebe Smith about the challenges ahead

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Ray Mears: Uncut and Uncensored

In an extended version of an interview with editor Phoebe Smith, Ray Mears gives a frank account of his life with grubs, itches and bushcraft

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Ulvetanna, Antarctica: Story behind the photo

Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith talks to Alastair Lee about his photos of climbing the summit of Ulvetanna in Antarctica, which featured in the Dec 2013/Jan 2014 issue of Wanderlust

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Karl Pilkington on what makes him a 'real' traveller

Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith grills Karl Pilkington about his views on travel, sheep testicles and Ricky Gervais's inability to eat cold fishcakes

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Robert Macfarlane interview: “When I'm writing a book, I have no idea where I'll end up”

As revered British nature and travel writer Robert Macfarlane releases his latest book Landmarks, we caught up with him to talk about 'rewilding' our language

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Nigel Marven on his wild, wild life

From earthworm wrangler to driving David Attenborough across Spain, TV wildlife expert Nigel Marven talks early jobs and why it’s never wise to linger when surrounded by bull sharks...

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Ross Noble: "It’s insanity, and I quite like that."

The well-travelled, freewheeling funnyman Ross Noble talks about Twitter travel, his plans for a new travel film, motorbike racing in Romania and surviving on a diet of rice pudding

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Cerys Matthews: "People outside of Wales still find it hard to place Wales."

Rock star, author, disc jockey and newly minted Visit Wales ambassador Cerys Matthews explains the Year of Legend, what she loves best about her home country and where in Wales you should be heading to next

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Traveller's guide to: convertible trousers

Come rain or shine, city stroll or hefty hike, convertible trousers will see you right. Here's what savvy buyers need to look out for - and six pairs that make the cut

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Traveller's guide to buying adventure-ready luggage

Sometimes a straightforward suitcase just won’t do. So we help you pick the perfect travel bag, for when you need more versatility from your luggage

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Sleeping Bags: we review the best on the market

Need a new sleeping bag? We've tested six of the best, to help you find the perfect one

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Traveller's guide to: Mid-height walking footwear

With more ankle support than a shoe but less bulk than a full-on boot, mids can be a great, versatile choice for both hiking on trails or sightseeing in cities

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Traveller's guide to 40-50 litre rucksacks

For a shorter trip or a walking break, a 40-50L rucksack is the ideal choice: big enough for your stuff but not too cumbersome. Here’s how to pick a good one...

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Traveller's guide to short-sleeve base layers

You need a base layer that will keep you warm when it’s cold and cool when it’s hot – forget the old cotton tee and try one of these for size

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Traveller's guide to walking poles

From aiding stability to saving your knees; from clearing branches to doubling as a make-shift tripod, if you're heading into the wild make sure you pack a pair of poles…

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8 of the best gilets (sleeveless jackets) on the market

Gilets (light sleeveless padded jackets, or bodywarmers) keep your core toasty without restricting movement, great for active travel in colder climes. Wanderlust's editor Phoebe Smith tests a selection and recommends the ones worth buying

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The best long-sleeve baselayers on the market

When temperatures begin to plummet, you need a good baselayer underneath to keep you warm. Here’s what to look for in these body-hugging technical tops…

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Gear Reviews: the best walking trousers on the market, tried and tested

From strolling up mountain peaks to shimmying into village pubs, a good pair of trousers will take your from tours to trails in supreme comfort. Here are 8 of the best, including our Best in Test, and Best Value pair

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Gear Reviews: the best daypacks on the market, tried and tested

When you only need to carry the barest of travel essentials or pack a few items for a short walk, you can’t beat a daypack for squeezing everything into 30 litres or less. Here are our pick of the best

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Gear Reviews: quirky tent alternatives for adventurous campers

Fancy a change from the usual tent set-up? Want something a little more quirky as a ‘just in case’ option? Check out these shelters for your next kip, from tarps to hammocks

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Gear Reviews: budget boots for summer hiking

As the weather warms, walking boots become all about comfort and getting good protection at a lighter weight. Here are six of the best available for £120 or less

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Gear Reviews: the best softshell jackets on the market

If you want a breathable and wind-resistant layer to wear over your T-shirt (or base layer) when you’re confident it won’t rain, then consider a softshell for your outdoor adventures…

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5 things I wish I'd known... Everest Base Camp

Phoebe Smith proves you don't need to be a mountaineer to make it to Everest Base Camp in the new issue of Wanderlust. Here she offers a few tips you need to make it... comfortably

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Everest Base Camp kit list

Taking the right kit can make the difference between a good and a great trip so pack wisely! Here’s what Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith took with her…

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5 things I wish I’d known before my adventure cruise to Antarctica

Antarctica booking season is upon us. If you're planning a cruise to the Great White Continent, this Antarctica advice, which probably isn't included in your trip notes, is essential

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Great British Escape: witchcraft in Pendle

400 years ago ten people from this Lancashire borough were executed for witchcraft. Spellbound, Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith headed north to find out more…

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Extreme sleeps: how to wild camp

Star-filled skies, fresh air, no other people – there’s nothing quite like a night spent out in the wilds. Unconvinced? Phoebe Smith explains why you need to bed down in the great outdoors

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Scotland by campervan

With its dramatic coast, crumbling castles, remote roads and liberal stance on wild camping, Scotland is best seen by campervan, says Phoebe Smith

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Great British Escape: Edale, The Peak District

80 years ago, Derbyshire’s hills were a battleground for walkers’ access rights. Phoebe Smith relishes her right to roam

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First 24 hours: Kathmandu, Nepal

Navigate the timeless temples and labyrinthine streets of Nepal’s alluring capital – then hit the rivers and trails of the Kathmandu Valley, advises Phoebe Smith

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Everest: Base Camp and beyond

You don't need to be a hardened mountaineer to experience a little bit of Everest's magic, says Phoebe Smith

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Great British Escape: North Norfolk Coast

In the summer it oozes classic British seaside charm but, come winter, the north Norfolk coast takes on a very different character…

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Boats, Burma and Beyond

Just off the coast of southernmost Burma lies a collection of 800 islands – the Myeik (Mergui) Archipelago – most of which are uninhabited. Intrigued, Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith set sail…

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Albania's wild, wild east

Blood feuds once gave the Albanian Alps a fierce reputation, but now hikers are enjoying a warm welcome and untamed views

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First 24 hours: Yangon, Burma

Dazzling pagodas, mouth-watering food, tantalising market stalls – life in Burma’s fascinating former capital truly feels golden, says Phoebe Smith

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Hunting the aurora in Arctic Norway

This winter saw the peak of the solar maximum period – and there are few better places to see the dazzling northern lights than Norway’s pristine Arctic extremes

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In search of Burma's hidden treasure

Forget Mandalay, never mind Bagan – for a real Burmese adventure, head south to meet the ‘sea gypsies’ of the wild, undiscovered Myeik Archipelago

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Exploring the Lake District by electric bike

With its electric cars, bike-friendly buses, boats, trains and trails, the Lake District is also one of the best places for a great green adventure

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Short break: wild Scotland

There's never enough time to see all of Scotland, but take the sleeper train to enjoy a prime slice of mountains, forests and lochs in a long weekend

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Finding serenity on Prince Edward Island

With its rosy sands, flaming cliffs, ruby-roofed lighthouses and red-headed girl, Prince Edward Island is the hot spot Canadians want to keep to themselves

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Short break in Pays de la Loire, France

Mechanical elephants, outlandish art, leafy cycles, 2,000-year-old salt marshes – this is the place to let your imagination truly run wild

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Short break in Innsbruck, Austria

It might be famed for its Christmas markets, but the Tirolean capital actually makes a perfect weekend break destination all year round

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First 24 hours in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Look beyond the negative headlines – the Haitian capital is an intoxicating blend of Latin and African culture tinged with French influences

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Discovering wild, wonderful Nunavik, Canada

Inuit culture, curious craters and wild caribou, musk-ox and polar bears: welcome to Nunavik – Québec’s secret Arctic wonderland

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The ultimate USA road trip

Nowhere delivers the thrill of the open road quite like the USA – but where to start? And where to find the routes less-travelled? Here's how to plan an awesome American road trip – Mustang essential, of course...

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First 24 hours in Nagoya, Japan

Want an alternative start to your Japanese adventure? Then try Nagoya, which is packed with temples, castles and quirky youth culture

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Discovering the real Haiti

Haiti is like nowhere else in the Caribbean, fashioned by revolutionary slaves, vodou worship and artistic flair. Recent times have been tough, but – five years on from the devastating earthquake – the nation is rising from the rubble

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First 24 Hours in Miami, USA

Art deco, Miami Vice, white-sand beaches – but is there more to Florida’s Spring Break favourite? You betcha...

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How to survive your first wild camp

Want to tackle your first night out in the wild under canvas? Phoebe Smith – Wanderlust editor and author of new book Wilderness Weekends – offers some hard-won advice…

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Walking in the Tirolean Alps, Austria

Imagine not only walking in the Alps but staying in the mountains too, with a comfy bed, a hot meal and warming schnaps – for around €20 a night. Just keep your fingers crossed for good weather...

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An adventure cruise to Antarctica

100 years after Shackleton set off on his ill-fated mission to cross Antarctica, we follow in his footsteps – through iceberg-littered seas, over treacherous landscapes, and alongside some of the world's hardiest wildlife

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First 24 hours in Ushuaia, Argentina

It’s where most Antarctic expeditions start, but should you linger any longer than a day?

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First 24 hours in Denver, Colorado, USA

Denver is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park and a state filled with rivers, canyons and deserts, but is it worth lingering in the city?

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Discovering the secret side of Japan

Nowhere mixes the old and new quite like Japan – use modern trains to discover pilgrim paths, timeless peaks and glimpses into the past...

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Short break on the Jurassic Coast, England

Head to the East Devon and Dorset coast and you can discover 185 million years of the earth’s history. Welcome to Britain’s slice of Jurassic Park...

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Hiking up Mount Fuji

This is the most classic adventure you can have in Japan. Here's how best to climb this elusive peak and snaffle the most precious views

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The Appalachian Trail – in just two weeks

Want to experience the Appalachian Trail but don’t have time to hike it all? Forget the backpack and blisters – grab a car, turn on the cruise control and check out the best bits in just two weeks...

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First 24 hours in Seattle, Washington, USA

Friendly neighbourhoods, outstanding natural beauty on the doorstep and the most iconic tower in the USA – Seattle's got it all

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Off-season adventures in Palma, Mallorca

Think it’s more fly-and-flop than city break? Head to the Balearic island’s capital in search of good food and the perfect winter escape

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Hiking, biking and climbing to Norway's fantastic fjords

Norway’s quirky trio of rock formations have become social media sensations – and are now linked by shuttle bus to make it easier to finish a trekking trilogy (complete with obligatory selfie) in four days

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Short break in Lake District, Cumbria

Voted ‘Top UK Destination’ by you – it may have been hit by floods but, thanks to community spirit, the Lakes is very much open for business, says Phoebe Smith

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First 24 hours in Bergen, Norway

With a rich maritime history and great walking on its doorstep, Phoebe Smith discovers the gateway to the fjords is a place worth visiting in its own right…

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Recreating the world's first ever road trip in Germany

Think ‘road trip’ and the USA springs to mind, but the first ever long-distance car journey happened in Germany. Inspired, we hit the tarmac to discover castles, eccentric kings and a little touch of magic…

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Discovering glaciers, wildlife and hardy locals in Arctic Norway

Ice caves, reindeer, snowmobiles and the shed that might save the future of humanity. Wanderlust's Editor Phoebe Smith explores Longyearbyen in Svalbard, Norway: the town at the top of the world

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Travel classic with a twist: doing the Trans-Siberian Express the wrong way around

To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the longest train journey in the world, Phoebe Smith undertakes the classic Trans-Mongolian railroad, but with a twist: switching direction to travel east to west…

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24 hours in Reykjavik, an alternative take on Iceland's capital

Already visited Gullfoss Falls, the hilltop church and Blue Lagoon? Phoebe Smith befriends a local to find an alternative way to enjoy a short stopover in the capital…

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A river runs through it: a journey up the Mississippi from sea to source

Lifeblood to the Native Americans, battleground for the Civil War and Civil Rights Movement, birthplace of blues and inspiration to Mark Twain, a journey up the Mississippi tells a multitude of stories

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Galician gold: Hiking the 1-week version of the Camino de Santiago

If you want to tackle Camino de Santiago but only have a week to spare, try hiking the last 100km, skipping the albergues. This will ensure eternal forgiveness in unsaintly luxury...

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Magic eye: discovering the unstoppable wildlife of north Madagascar

Many travellers dismiss Madagascar’s far north as one big beach resort, but look a little closer and you’ll find lemurs, geckos and limestone tsingy. Phoebe Smith takes in the sights and sounds of this magical island, meeting some enchanting locals along the way

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Blazing a trail: An epic road trip down the Alaska Highway

75 years on from its construction, Phoebe Smith embarks on an epic Alaska Highway adventure from Canada’s remote Yukon to Alaskan wilderness, with lakes, brown bears and mountains along the way...

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An expedition cruise around the Bay of Bengal

From mangrove forests to exploding volcanoes – an expedition cruise around the Bay of Bengal yields a wealth of surprises. Phoebe Smith travels from Sri Lanka to Bangladesh, viewing towering stupas and Ganges river dolphins along the way

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Taking the high road: a grand tour of Switzerland’s peaks and best bits

The Grand Tour takes you through Switzerland's best bits, soaking up alpine passes and pristine lakes along the way. Phoebe Smith spends a night in a hay barn, explores pond-filled caves and journeys along dramatic mountain roads on this sun-dappled Swiss adventure

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Reunion Island: exploring the paradise island you’ve probably never heard of

Flung out in the Indian Ocean, it wasn’t until it hit the headlines in 2015 that this mysterious isle started to pique travellers’ curiosity. From deserts and waterfalls to volcanic landscapes, there's plenty to discover...

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Mark Carwardine: “We haven’t learnt the lessons of the past”

As the zoologist and BBC presenter’s new book comes out, Phoebe Smith chats to Mark Carwardine about whales, good guides and the current state of wildlife conservation...

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Ray Mears: “The wilder it is, the more I like it.”

Ray Mears is famous for bushcraft and exploring the world’s wild places. As he prepares to tour the UK, he talks to us about wilderness, travelling solo and going eye-to-eye with a wolf...

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Sock it to me: the best socks on the market, tried, tested and reviewed

Whether you're after a breathable sock for hiking or comfort for long-haul journeys, these durable travel socks have been put to the test. Find out which pair were voted best.

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Stroll to the top: England’s 5 best small hills

Wanderlust editor Phoebe Smith's new book reveals England's best pint-sized peaks. From mystical mounds in Dartmoor to craggy outcrops in Yorkshire, getting to the top has never been easier

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How to spend the first 24 hours in Austin, Texas

While Texas might not strike you as the heart of liberal, laid-back America, Austin is busy keeping it hip and weird for the rest of the state

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Wild Nepal: The best of wildlife in Chitwan National Park

Search south of the Himalayas and discover the magnificent wildlife home to Nepal. Watch as one-horned rhinos roam free, or walk alongside elephants in the conservation haven of Chitwan National Park.

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How to walk the UK’s Camino de Santiago in a weekend

Known as ‘The Old Way’, the Great British Pilgrimage from Southampton to Canterbury is making a comeback. Phoebe Smith reveals how to enjoy the best bits of the UK's Camino in just three days

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Sleeping mats: In search of a good night's sleep

In search of a good night's sleep, outdoor expert Phoebe Smith tries and tests the best sleeping mats on the market. We find out the most comfortable, lightweight and compactable sleeping mats on offer...

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Bruce Parry: "Travel is the greatest learning we can have"

We talk tribes and Tawai with explorer Bruce Parry after his latest film project across India, Borneo and the Amazon. Find out the importance of indigenous people and how merging solutions can help society

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Exploring foodie heaven on the islands of Greece

With the islands of the Aegean having dropped off travellers' radars, head to Lesvos and Chios to soak up their food, culture and history in crowd-free bliss...

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Warm for winter: Gilet gear review

From soft duck feathers to water-resistant outings, choose your body armour to stay warm this winter as Phoebe Smith tests out the latest and greatest gilets...

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Gear review: winter walking boots

Headed to the mountains for a hike or taking a breezy stroll through the woods this winter? Keep those feet dry and comfortable with these boots that were made for walking...

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Short break guide to County Cork, Ireland

For tasty food and scenery, you can't beat the south-west corner of the Emerald Isle for a hearty slice of the country's best bits in miniature. Find out for yourself with a weekend break away...

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Ed Byrne: "I didn't go into it expecting to have a spiritual experience – I'm aware of my limitations"

Comedian and hillwalker Ed Byrne has been walking Spain's Santiago de Compostela for the BBC show The Pilgrimage. Phoebe Smith catches up with him to talk travel, religion and the perfect walking trail…

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Into the wild: Wolf-watching in Sweden

A wealth of wildlife lies on the doorstep of Sweden's capital, with wolf-howling trips and a stay in the 'planet's most primitive hotel' revealing a hidden natural world...

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How to become a travel writer

Ever wanted to travel, write and be paid for it? Travel writer Phoebe Smith shares some tips on how you can make it happen…

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Wander Woman: Learning to breathe with a dive Down Under

Your monthly dose of notes from the road by Wanderlust’s editor-at-large Phoebe Smith, as she faces her fears and finally learns to dive

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5 steps to make packing for your next trip stress-free

Struggling to pack all the essentials into your suitcase? Learn how to effectively pack for your next adventure with these five tips, including the best travel products to help you out...

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Orient Express vs Interrailing: We put Europe's two classic rail experiences to the test

Which would you prefer: exploring Europe in the lap of luxury, or adventure on a shoestring? We tried both, and came up with a surprising conclusion...

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First 24 hours in Copenhagen, Denmark

Though known for its Little Mermaid statue and hygge charms, the Danish capital's latest lure for curious travellers is its gentrified red light district, discovers Phoebe Smith

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Gear review: 4 of the best alternative travel cameras

When it comes to travel photography, most people opt for either a DSLR camera or their mobile phone. However, there are plenty of other options to get unique shots…

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Wander Woman: Counting stars on Stewart Island

Wanderlust’s editor-at-large heads to New Zealand’s soon-to-be Dark Sky Sanctuary, in search of flightless birds, elusive aurora, and a whole lot of stars…

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Born to be wild! Trekking Greenland's untamed Arctic Circle Trail

Away from the polar bears and ice cap is a little-known hiking trail that traces the line of the Arctic Circle. Intrigued, Phoebe Smith packed her sense of adventure and headed north...

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St Kilda: The island at the edge of the world

For centuries, people lived on Britain's remotest isle of St Kilda. Now the chance to battle the elements and sail there on a wooden ketch reveals just how unique their lives were...

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Wander Woman: Wild(life) swimming

Forget simply stepping into a watercourse for a bit of front crawl. Instead, opt for a wild water adventure with an up close encounter with wildlife. Discover more as Phoebe Smith dives Down Under...

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Beyond the city: How to explore Abu Dhabi's wild side

Beyond the shopping malls and high-rises that most experience, we discover the UAE’s wilder side…

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Bite back! The most effective insect repellents for travellers

From annoying midges to malaria-carrying mosquitos, if you're travelling where there are biting insects, repellent is a must-pack item. Find out which one you'll need for your next trip...

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Wander Woman: 6 extreme sleeps that will make your knees tremble

Wanderlust Editor-at-Large Phoebe Smith takes to Colorado’s cliff faces to attempt a portaledge camp out, as part of her training for the UK Extreme Sleeps challenge...

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Drink up! The best water bottles for travellers

Single-use plastic bottles are terrible for the environment, so how do you go about finding an alternative for when you're on your travels? Allow us to help...

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Gear review: Best travel hoodies

From warming you up on the plane to warding off insect attacks, the hoodie can be a useful piece of travel kit. Find out which was judged best in test...

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Wild Arabia: How to explore Oman's wild outdoors

Known as one of the most authentic countries on the Arabian Peninsula, Oman has an even wilder side still – head south to Salalah for wonderful wadis, beautiful birds and baobab forests...

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Wander Woman: Fantastically small beasts and where to find them

Scuppered by bad timing on a trip to see some of Britain's biggest and most thrilling wildlife specimens, Wanderlust's Phoebe Smith goes on a 'micro-safari' to find the joy in the little things...

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Gear review: The best wheelie suitcases for travellers

Cases on wheels are specifically designed to make your travels easier – but only if you choose the right one. Here's our guide to buying the right rolling bag for you...

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Wander Woman: Exploring Oman's very own Grand Canyon

Intrigued by Oman’s version of the Grand Canyon Wanderlust’s editor-at-large Phoebe Smith considers what’s in a name…

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That’s deep: 8 ‘grand’ canyons from around the world

Epic and awe-inspiring, canyons have long fascinated explorers and travellers alike. Wanderlust editor-at-large Phoebe Smith lists the eight that have impressed her most

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On the road again: New Zealand's new Great Walk, the Paparoa Track

A community on New Zealand's West Coast hopes to leave its mining past behind and move forward with a new Great Walk to appeal to trekkers and tourists. Take a look at the trail in progress...

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Warm for winter: The best thermals for travellers

Heading north to gaze at the aurora? South for an Antarctic expedition cruise? No matter how cold it gets, these cosy thermals will keep you toasty and warm...

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Wander Woman: A Screech-in good time in Canada’s Newfoundland

From smooching with a cod to drinking copious amounts of rum, Wanderlust’s editor-at-large Phoebe Smith checks out some of Canada’s strangest drinking rituals…

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Gear review: The best wheelie hand luggage for travellers

When Wanderlust began, our founder travelled around South America with just a single piece of hand luggage – choose the right one these days and you too can go cabin-approved only…

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