Walking podcasts playlist

Walkers on the fisherman's path, Beddgelert

The National Trust Podcast brings to light the stories and people that make our gardens, landscapes and collections so special. Join ranger Kate Martin as she rambles along routes through some of the Trust’s most beautiful landscapes, uncovering myths, legends and history along the way.

Recording the National Trust Podcast at Divis Mountain, Northern Ireland

Battling the elements on Divis Mountain

Join ranger Kate Martin as she battles against howling winds and biting rain on the summit of Divis Mountain, 1,500 feet above Belfast.

Young visitor enjoying the view

Escaping the city at Box Hill

Just a short journey from central London, Box Hill attracts millions of visitors each year. Listen to find out why this place is so special.

Wicken Fen - sunset over Sedge Fen

A walk through ancient wetlands in East Anglia

Wicken Fen in East Anglia was the first nature reserve to come into our care. Discover how the landscape still supports wildlife today.

Northumberland Coast

Walking with wildlife in Northumbria

Ranger Kate Martin takes a walk along Long Nanny beach, and meets the team who camp out to protect nesting birds each summer.

Sunset at Formby beach

A walk back in time at Formby

Take a coastal walk at Formby to discover Neolithic footprints, shy red squirrels and unique singing wildlife lurking in the dunes.

Footpath in Beddgelert, Snowdonia

Access for all at Beddgelert

Ranger Kate Martin heads to Beddgelert village in Snowdonia to find out how we've been making local paths more accessible.

Kinder Scout after conservation work

The rugged beauty of Kinder Scout

Discover the story the 1932 'mass trespass', when Peak District ramblers successfully campaigned for a public right to roam.