This is a 5-day high level wildcamping trip in the snow in the Lake District. Including my thoughts on camping and surviving in the snow, for a number days. The issues I had and the route I took on the Bob Graham Round.
I walked the North Downs Way from Dover to Guildford in July 2020. It formed a great start to my walk of the length of […]
Edale to Kirk Yetholm This is my third time walking the Pennine Way. I last walked it north to south ten years ago, with two […]
This is my 200+ mile walk around Norfolk (my home county). I walked it in March, May and June 2020, wild camping every night. I […]
Back in August 2020, I had just finished my walk from Dover to Cape Wrath. My wife, Emma, was driving all the way up from […]
January so far has been pretty damp and grey, so when we spotted a break in the weather we couldn’t resist. Sunny, blue skies and […]
The 37-mile Boudicca Way trail is in South Norfolk (our home county). It runs roughly parallel with the A140 (itself a Roman road) between Norwich […]
Cape Wrath light house and the end of the Scottish National Trail. This picture was taken during my Cape Wrath Trail walk in 2017.
My route from Land’s End to John O’Groats was a total distance of about 1,200 miles. I climbed Snowdon and Ben Nevis in snow and […]
Recommended reading: Cicerone Isle of Wight walks. This walk around the Isle of Wight coast path was organised at the last minute. It was the […]