Vivienne specialises in all things to do with the Lake District and Cumbria, her adopted home county, but travels far and wide in her campervan, writing about walks, destinations, natural history and human heritage throughout the British Isles – often with her terrier Jess in tow.       

Vivienne Crow is an award-winning outdoor writer and photographer with an all-consuming love of walking and the natural world. A journalist since 1990, she went freelance in 2002, focussing her energies on the activities she loves most – hill-walking, nature, history, writing, travel and photography. You’ll have seen her words and images on the pages of national and regional magazines as well as on countless websites, visitor leaflets and guides to nature reserves. If you’re a keen hiker, you may have come across her books in shops or online – she’s written or contributed to more than 40 walking and travel guides.   

If you’re looking for a meticulous writer who sticks to briefs, can combine clarity with passion, and always hits deadlines, have a look at some of the examples of her work.