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C2C Guide Book Review

A new Coast to Coast guide book has recently been released. As one of the world’s most popular long distance walks, this route isn’t short of guide books, so I was a little concerned that this may be just another ‘me too’ book. My concern was somewhat ameliorated by the...

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Coast to Coast 2011 – Reloaded

Another long distance path has received the new look and feel update – this time it’s the Coast to Coast walk I did in 2011. This is my backwards C2C, going from East to West and is unashamedly quite photo-heavy. You can see the whole journal here: Coast to Coast...

Lindisfarne Causeway (photo courtesy of Walter Baxter) 11

Trig to Trig 2014

After yesterday’s post regarding next year’s long path I did some research and it turns out my idea isn’t new at all. The east coast around Holy Island seems to be the start/end of a couple of recognised (as opposed to official) long distance walks and I even found an...

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Thinking ahead

It’s almost the end of the year and typically by this time, I’ve already got next year’s long distance path planned and often booked as well. This year though I’ve been concentrating on the Pennine Way, right up until last week and thoughts of anything else have been thrust into...

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Coast to Coast 2011 – Full Journal

The full version of the journal with pictures added and spelling mistakes removed, is now available on the website: Coast to Coast 2011 This is an East to West account, taking 13 days in June. I often didn’t walk the traditional route between stops, so this may not be a...

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Thanks Everyone!

Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who’s commented on the blog over the last few days. I’m pleased you seemed to enjoy what I had to say and I really enjoyed reading them. I’ll try and answer all the questions you posed in the next couple of days once...

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Coast to Coast 2011: Day Thirteen

Friday 24th June – Ennerdale Bridge to St. Bees Today I shall mostly be trying not to embarrass myself by dancing to “Walk On Water” by Otis Taylor. The job’s done, holiday complete, I’ve tramped from one coast of England to the other; about 200 miles and 40,000 feet of...

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Coast to Coast 2011: Day Twelve

Thursday 23rd June – Stonethwaite to Ennerdale Bridge Today I shall mostly be pretending to surf to “Walk, Don’t Run” by The Ventures. Day Twelve I had another cracking nights sleep, the double bed helped I’m sure, but the people sharing the bathroom with me did not. They were in...

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Pub choice in Ennerdale Bridge

Just a couple of quick thoughts on where to eat and drink on Ennerdale Bridge for all you future C2Cers; whether you be easters or westers. The Fox & Hounds is my preferred choice for the following reasons….. F&H is now a village co-operative, still leased from the absentee landlord,...