Into the night: why walking in the dark is good for the soul
Shorter days don’t have to put a stop to our walking trips. "Darkness is a thing we have come to fear and shy away from. It has become a metaphor for evil and depression, a place held at bay by our electric-lit world. But in the parts where darkness holds sway for much of the winter, inhabitants embrace it rather than yearning for longer days." Reflecting on her own experiences, Lizzie Enfield explains why night strolls open a completely new and healthy side of walking.
From The Guardian