Hannah Engelkamp

Hannah is a writer and editor whose great love is slow, resourceful, human-powered home travel. She once walked around Wales with a handsome and opinionated donkey called Chico, and now has two children who also make going for a good walk really hard. She is the Culture, Imagination and Story Lead for Slow Ways. // Mae Hannah yn awdur ac yn olygydd a'i chariad mawr yw teithio araf, dyfeisgar, ar ei liwt ei hun, heb injan. Cherddodd 1000 o filltiroedd o amgylch Cymru, asyn golygus a phengaled o’r enw Chico, ac erbyn hyn mae ganddi ddau o blant sydd hefyd yn ei gwneud hi'n anodd iawn mynd am dro. Hi yw Arweinydd Diwylliant, Dychymyg a Stori ar gyfer Slow Ways.
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Blisters: too much information

All the blister questions answered: what are they, how to get rid of them, wtf are all those different plasters for, and most of all – to pop or not?

How to fail at Slow Ways

Good hillwalking requires the right balance of ambition and sense... Hannah reflects on when to give up, and assembles some tips for next time

Top tips for a midlife of adventure

Award-winning midlife-adventure podcaster Zoe Langley-Wathen tells us about changing her life with solo walks, and how to walk 3412 miles on a 35-mile stretch of canal

Walking to say goodbye

Why walking was important for a final farewell, for space and time, gravitas, butterflies and strawberries

Routing is live! New tools to build long journeys

Slow Ways tech team Darren and Joao just released some new functionality: please welcome 'routing'! Just enter two places and the site will give you the most direct route between them. Plus, teleporting wormholes! Let the big dreams begin!

Wythnos o gerdded yng Nghymru

Welsh/Cymraeg: Tim Ryan sy’n hen gyfarwydd â cherdded pellter mawr yn defnyddio Slow Ways i gynllunio ei daith gerdded wythnos o hyd o Gaerdydd i Aberystwyth

Walk a week in Wales

Long distance walker Tim Ryan has pioneered a version of the Cambrian Way on 19 consecutive Slow Ways, across spectacular landscape from Cardiff to Aberystwyth

What is Slow? What are Ways?

What should Slow Ways translate as in Welsh? And what about Scottish Gaelic? Or Cornish? Polish or Punjabi? Before we begin, we need to think about what Slow and Ways really mean