Who needs politicians agonising about national and regional identities? Clare Balding has effortlessly encapsulated all we love best about Britain (Telegraph)
Clare Balding would be the ideal surrogate sister or auntie. The joy of this book is Balding's sheer rapture for life, movement and never shutting up about it (The Times)
Balding has won over the literary world with her two volumes of autobiography (Evening Standard)
Even the most reluctant of walkers will be tempted to don wellies after reading Clare's wonderful descriptions... effortless charm (Express)
Walking Home - Clare Balding's unmissable new book of Great British Adventures
Clare Balding is on a mission to discover Britain and Ireland. She's conquered over 1,500 miles of footpaths, from the Pennine Way to the South-west Coast Path.
As well as blisters and a twisted ankle, she's walked with extraordinary people - botanists, barefooted ramblers, whisky-drinking widowers...
In Walking Home she shares these stories and tells of more (mis)adventures with her family and her wayward Tibetan terrier Archie. Along the way there are beguiling diversions and life-changing rambles.
Finally, Clare embarks on the most important journey of all - the long walk home.