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The Journey: autumn 21

Hello and welcome to the autumn 2021 issue of The Journey.

Autumn is a season that specialises in making a slow-burn arrival, seemingly appearing by stealth as the leaves gradually begin to redden and the days start to shorten. But it’s also a time of looking forward, of forging new plans, and of making the most of the bracing outdoor activities and lively cultural calendar that belong to the later months of the year.

In this spirit, this issue is packed with inspiration for the season ahead. We interview author and professional adventurer Belinda Kirk about her new book, celebrate the inimitable influence of Ordnance Survey, and highlight nine hostels ideally placed for wildlife-watching.

Elsewhere we delve into the literary connections of many of our biggest cities, and hear from our executive director Anita Kerwin-Nye about our new, and hugely important, Outside Voices initiative. You’ll also find the usual news and reviews, as well as Let’s Go!, our special pull-out kids’ section. We hope you enjoy the read.

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