Saira Niazi

For as long as she can remember, Saira's loved wandering around, discovering new places, talking to strangers and recording her adventures. When she was in school she would often bunk off and end up exploring markets, museums, city streets and suburbs. She leads wandering tours, writes, and is Slow Ways' Community Story Lead.
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Help scientists, economists and academics learn more about how trees make you feel

Choose one of eight woodland walks with GoJauntly and feed into an ambitious cross-disciplinary research project

Dogs using Slow Ways #6: Connie

Wildlife photographer Jasmine Pasha turned her lens on dogs going about their Slow Ways journeys, to see what we human walkers might learn

Bus-hopping, buskers and the places in between: a journey from Oldbury to Birmingham

When the Slow Ways slip quietly beyond the crowd, Saira remembers to stop off and soak in the bustle and cheer of summer cities

Six tips for walking on the Broads

Big skies, mystical marshes, winding waterways, and a ton of wildlife: the wondrous, expansive landscapes of Norfolk and Suffolk are a joy – and a challenge

Treading uneven ground

On solitude, slow ways and choosing to tread the path less travelled

“Spending time with dogs – it’s good for the soul!” Photographer Jasmine Pasha on the dogs’-eye-view of Slow Ways

We asked brilliant wildlife photographer Jasmine Pasha to train her camera on the most domesticated of creatures, to see what her camera might capture of their animal experience

How NOT to walk!

From wrestling with kissing gates and walking into people, to not staying hydrated and getting lost in the dark, here are some things that make me a less-than-perfect walker

Wanderers #2: Ingrina Shieh

Ingrina Shieh, volunteer London National Park City Ranger and passionate multi-day hiker, talks about confidence, women's safety, city vs country, and her solo 15-route Slow Way trip