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Mark Rowe

Mark is a former staff reporter at the Independent who has also written a 'UK Walk of the Month' column for the paper for the past 13 years. He writes on outdoors, adventure and family travel in the UK and abroad for Nat Geo Traveller. He specialises in environmental issues and responsible travel for Geographical magazine, where he writes the regular dossier series on major themes of the day such as sea level rises, human migration and future energy. He also writes the monthly Behind The Headlines column for BBC Countryfile magazine and contributes to BBC Wildlife and the Daily Telegraph.

Mark is the author of the forthcoming guidebook The Outer Hebrides: the Western Isles from Lewis to Barra, to be published by Bradt in April 2017. You can see what he's up to at www.markrowe.eu.

Mark Rowe's blog posts

Posted by Mark Rowe at 09:45 on Tuesday 05 September 2017
Mark Rowe explores the Norfolk coast, discovering How Hill's landscapes and wildlife and visiting the coastal towns of Cromer and Sheringham.
Posted by Mark Rowe at 09:06 on Friday 31 March 2017
Mark Rowe tramps through Lincolnshire, discovering beaches and seaside towns: revisiting Grimsby via the city of culture, Hull, before ending up at...
Posted by Mark Rowe at 09:45 on Thursday 15 December 2016
Mark Rowe treks along the new 15-mile extension of the Coleridge Way from Porlock, and comes across a herd of Exmoor red deer, England's...

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