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The Great Ridge

A walk from Castleton to Mam Tor across the length of The Great Ridge

It’s not very often you get to do a ridge walk as easy to follow as this one that still delivers on views and wonder. 242 more words

Peak District

Britain's Favourite Walks

You watched it. I watched it. We all watched it.

You didn’t?  What? This has to have been one of the best things on TV so far this year – maybe in a long time (for me). 364 more words


Digimap Resources Now Easy To Find

I hope by now all geographers reading this blog have taken advantage of the ‘Digimap’ service provided by the EDINA national data centre for UK academia. 236 more words


WordPress Challenge : Weathered

This photo clearly shows how well loved these Ordnance Survey maps have been on our travels!

Not always wrapped in plastic map protectors they have faced the best and worst of weather.   56 more words

Weekly Wordpress Challenges

How I Plan A Walk

I’ve been wanting to write a post about this for a little while, as I want this blog to become something more than a series of ‘I walked here, this is what it looked like and this is what I found’.] 811 more words


Cycle navigation

Every cyclist I meet on long distances routes seems to have their own unique approach to navigation.  Some are dedicated map users, while others have committed entirely to electronic means. 1,479 more words


How to run slowly.

I haven’t always been a slow runner. A few years ago I got to be reasonably good. It’s been a long time since any pb’s though and I don’t see any on the horizon. 628 more words