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My Return To Walking (or who let that idiot out on the moors on his own)

I started walking many, many years ago as a teenager growing up in the small country of Lesotho in Southern Africa. There,I decided to do the Duke Of Edinburgh Award. 1,258 more words

Pennine Way

Our aims and goals

“Walking the country from the comfort of your caravan?” What does that mean?

As an ‘outdoorsy’ couple with two dogs, Jamie and I love to go walking. 826 more words


40 years on the Pennine way

The Pennine Way is a game of numbers – 268 miles, over 11,000m of ascent, and as many pints of real ale as you can handle. 1,002 more words

Hill Walking

Kit Review: Facing the Darkness with the LED Lenser MH10

With only 4 months to go until the Spine Challenger race my thoughts have turned to the kit I will need for the race. Taking place in the north of England in January, one of the biggest factors will be the lack of daylight, with around 15 hours of each 24 hour period being spent in darkness. 731 more words


Crimsworth to Stanbury, August 17

Walk details

  • Route Crimsworth – Lumb Hole – Sunny Bank, Nook and Coppy – Walshaw – New Laithe Moor – Walshaw Dean Reservoirs – Top Withens – Stanbury…
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Pennine Way

As I made my way on a rickety regional train from Sheffield to the little town of Edale I simmered with a little bit of pre-walk excitement. 1,083 more words

North West Way: Another reflection

On the train back from Carlisle, I sat as I always do, by the window and enjoying the scenery. This time, after walking from south to north and now travelling back south, the view was of the places that I’d walked through over the past 12 days. 708 more words