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Garrigill to Kirkhaugh

1st June 2016 – 15.4 miles

We packed up our campsite and drove the short distance to Alston, where we parked the car and bought a few supplies (lunch!). 456 more words


#209 - Mam Tor, the Shivering Mountain

Living in North Wales, there really isn’t any need to go far for a good day out in the mountains, but sometimes it’s good to have a change.   807 more words


Day 5: A Pennine Way Finalé - and a transport marathon

Wednesday 23 August – Hawes to Thwaite then back to Haworth

Another fine day for walking, thank goodness, as we could see through our dormitory window with its spectacular view of the hills. 1,987 more words


Day 4: The high road to Hawes

Tuesday 22 August – Horton-in-Ribblesdale to Hawes

You have to be careful how you describe your affection for Hawes, but the Dales town does have a certain charm and an excellent fish and chip shop, a motivating carrot to dangle before the boys on this 14-mile stage. 1,569 more words


Day 1: The Brontë detour

Saturday, 20 August – Haworth to Earby

In theory we were all set for a quick start today, because yesterday we’d worn travelling clothes, due to be left in the car today, with our pre-packed rucksacks ready to pick up and go. 2,010 more words


Pennine Way Trip Report

This year I hiked the 267 mile Pennine Way in England. One of the big challenges of that trail – for me – was planning the hike. 1,632 more words


Mossley To Marsden: Running The Long Way Round

It’s been a double running weekend this weekend which is unusal for me but I’ve wanted to do this run for a while. As it has been dry recently I thought it was the ideal time to tackle some of the Pennine Way which has a reputation for being wet and boggy a lot of the time. 294 more words