Tags » Cheddar Gorge

Climbing in Cheddar Gorge

My first day on the rock good amazing awesome EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!

July 15, Wednesday, 1914

When we left Bristol by motor this morning mother said we are now 7,250 miles from home.  We drove through the Mendip Hills (above) and the road took us to the highest point in the country, 1000 feet above the sea.   471 more words

England Part III - Tour of the Southwest

Now since I’ve done my duty and blogged last winter’s trip, I can feel orderly and linear and comfortable scribing the summer trip. As I mentioned, and have to remind my own born and bred Brit, there’s so much to see outside of London for such a tiny island! 2,171 more words

England

Run 95 – Cheddar Gorge Challenge - 10k

Date: Sunday 18th May 11:15am

Distance: 10.0km

Time: 54:25

Pace: 4:29min/km

Description: I’m standing on the top of the cliff, looking down into the Cheddar Gorge, taking it in and thinking it’s great to be back. 106 more words

RUNNING

Somerset - Holiday Photos

My humans and I stayed with family for a few days in a small village called Chard Junction, in Somerset. I thought I would share some of my favourite personal photos from my latest doggy adventure with you. 73 more words

Walk

Camping & Hiking in Cheddar Gorge

Cheddar Gorge – A beautiful country side not very far from Bristol City. As the name suggests Cheddar originated from here and Gorge means beautiful limestone cliffs and caves. 414 more words

England

Questions on British Geography

Master Quiz Answer 12: John  Ruskin

Master Quiz Question 13: Ruskin’s home “Brantwood” lies beside which Lake in the English Lake District? 

The answer and extra questions on Transportcan be found… 217 more words

Britain