It is beneficial to get out in real weather and walk. It promotes good psychological health and mental well-being. Not only at times when restrictions on movement are placed on you but also more generally. Mind, the NHS and other mental health organisations have recognised this for several years. That there are numerous benefits to walking and talking. Being connected to nature can be beneficial whatever people’s problems are – depression, anxiety, loss and grief, or any kind of difficult life transition, whether they are personal, relationship-based, family or work-related. Whatever the issues walking helps ground you in reality and this reduces your levels of stress, depression and anxiety.