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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

A Herculean Effort!

I’m cold, very cold, I’m wet through, it’s the early hours of the morning and I haven’t seen another runner or even the glimpse of a head torch since I started running this section several hours ago. 1,743 more words

Pennine Way: Days 12 and 13 - the end!

Day 12: Byrness to Windy Gale

The final stretch of the Pennine Way doesn’t have any natural stopping point as it traverses the Cheviot hills to the end of the way in Kirk Yetholm. 1,451 more words

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Pennine Way: Day 11 - Bellingham to Byrness

This promise to be a straightforward day of about 15 miles with little climbing. It essentially takes the walk from the North Pennines to he Cheviot hills where the way finished. 439 more words

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Pennine Way: Day 10

After a day being a bit of a tourist it was time to say farewell to Hadrains Wall and back to mile munching on the Pennine Way with a 15 mile stretch to Bellingham. 781 more words

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Pennine Way: Day 9

We woke up to another beautifully sunny day with the forecast promising an even warmer day than yesterday. Hooray! ☀️

Today we planned to walk about 8 ish miles from Kellah to Once Brewed (yes it is a place). 1,198 more words

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