Henry David Thoreau was an American writer, philosopher, abolitionist, naturalist, essayist, and poet. A leading transcendentalist, he believed in social equality, spiritual self-improvement, closeness to nature and freedom from material interests. “Walking” is an essay, published just after the author's death, in the June 1862. It based on a series of excursions he took to the Atlantic sea-side town to study her people and the Cape's and flora and fauna. A supporter of Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution, this writing includes detailed observation and analysis of botanical, meteorological, and geographical elements. “Walking” has become one of the most important essays in the environmental movement. We present you the literary works of one of the world's greatest nature writers, and as the years pass, his fame steadily increases. Enjoy the reading.