From the South Coast to the Yorkshire Dales.

In 2019 our trekkers captured over 100,000 360-degree photos around England alone.

We’ve captured tours of rivers, lakes, footpaths and mountains.

Here are five tours I’ve been fortunate enough to shoot in the UK this year. I hope you like them.

The River Thames, England

Transport type: SUP

346 km in total. I covered about 100 km this year between Oxford and Kew on a paddle-board. From big cities and million Pound mansions to rolling hills and farm yards.

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Wey Navigations, England

Transport type: SUP

My “local” river. Passing through the beauty of the Surrey countryside from Godalming to Weybridge where it joins the Thames. My only complaint – navigating through the many locks! Life could be worse.

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The South Downs Way, England

Transport type: Hike

I wasn’t brave enough to tackle it in one go. In fact, I’m yet to complete it. By my estimations I’ve covered half of it, 80km, each kilometre of which was beautiful.

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High Cup Nick, England

Transport type: Hike

A short visit to the Yorkshire dales allowed me to finally hike around High Cup Nick. Though it was a little cloudy, the imposing valley provided one of my favourite walks of the year.

The Devil’s Punchbowl, England

Transport type: Hike

This is one of my favourite places in Southern England. It was a staple in my childhood as it is today in my adult life. Views from Hindhead all the way to London (about 60km) – the Shard skyscraper makes the city a little easier to find these days.

Onwards and upwards to 2020

And sideways and downwards, and all over.

In 2020 my aim is to capture over 10 million 360-degree photos, from at least 20 countries.

We’re working on exciting new products for 2020 to make it easy for everyone to explore 360-degree tours of the natural world.

But I need your help…

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David Greenwood

Professional explorer.

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