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Coast to Coast - On Reflection

As you may know, I have recently completed the Wainwright Coast to Coast long distance path that runs from St Bees on the west coast to Robin Hood’s Bay on the east coast and I have been detailing my experiences over the last few weeks. 2,170 more words


Patrick - Wainwright Graduation Portraits

Congratulations on your graduation this past weekend Patrick! It was a pleasure working with you and hanging out during your grad session a couple of weeks ago. 18 more words


Coast to Coast - Part 7

Day 12 – Blakey Ridge to Littlebeck – 19 miles

I woke at 5.30am after a disturbed night, caused by the constant flapping of the tent in the strong gusting wind. 2,521 more words


Coast to Coast June 2015 - Day 11

It’s always a tough day – 21 miles of up and down over the ‘five bumps’ after the 26 mile day. Most people have never done any walking of this length back to back and it is something of a challenge. 243 more words

Malcolm Wade

Day 0 - Watford, Bristol & Mid-Wales to St. Bees

Wednesday went to plan, but we didn’t arrive in St. Bees until 9pm, after a train journey and 374 miles of driving!

St. Bees, in case you don’t know is a village in Cumbria on the Irish Sea coast just south of St. 96 more words

When a Sweatshirt was a Turban

                                                                          Allen Crags from Esk Hause

Rain, cloud, snow and wind: what other extreme weather experience can you have out on the fells? That leaves sun, or heat, and I’ve a story to tell about that as well. 2,249 more words

The Lake District

Red Pike, High Stile and Haystacks

I had the pleasure of doing this lovely walk with friends from Uni. It is rumoured to be a ridge with absolutely incredible views  but I cannot confirm this because the sun actually only came out when we were descending back into Buttermere towards the end of the afternoon. 622 more words