The Duende Experience
We choose walking as our principal means of travelling because we believe that our senses were designed to appreciate our environment at the pace our legs naturally carry us. Varied landscapes give varied sensations: the sudden discoveries that are made in the twists and turns of a forest trail and the imperceptible changes of a walk across an open plain delight us equally but differently. There is always time to stand and stare and see what is around us.
The amount of exercise can be altered to suit personal taste and the exigencies of the terrain. Yet the nature of a walk is gently incremental and we remain aware and in control of our own response to the new physical activity and our growing appetite for discovery as our senses sharpen and our eyes open to the new experiences around us.