Walking and not-walking in Marseille

Poet Caleb Parkin reflects on movement and mobility – plus strange intertwinings with the Papal itinerary – in this shuffled deck of moments

The 40-mile Slow Way, pursued by wee beasties

Jo Bennie strikes out solo on the no-joke Cairngorms Slow Ways. Here, with midges, cold soup, and a mountain with a rude name, is her latest

Tales: A ‘senseAble’ walk with Deaf-initely Women

We all have one or more of our senses compromised and this walk was devised to enhance all the others. Read how we found different ways to appreciate nature, from framing to counting flowers with nature's rosaries!

Tales: Shetland’s farming women

Writer Serena Coady spent one week hiking solo in Shetland, meeting women farmers and discovering that in communities this close no-one knocks

“Walk. And draw the houses!” Swiss Cottage special needs school make a sensory experience from a Slow Way

Join in on this interactive sensory journey through North London, as seen, felt and heard by young people with learning disabilities

Tales from a Slow Way: Slow Waves – stories from the southeast of Scotland’s surf community

Surfing in southeast Scotland is about as far from the barrelling waves of Hawaii or sun-kissed California as you can get; nonetheless, there’s an ever-growing community of committed (and often cold) surfers between Dunbar...

Tales: Being Sustainably Muslim

Environmentally-minded volunteer group Sustainably Muslim walked through East London while having conversations about community, nature and Islam

Hebridean wonders: exploring new places close to home

Scottish island resident and photographer Eilidh Carr uses Slow Ways to discover new beaches, pathways and places of interest in South Uist...