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For Sale: My PDA for Digital Mapping

I’m selling my iPAQ 214 PDA that I’ve been using for the last 18-20 months as a GPS. It’s a top spec handheld PDA with a high resolution (640×480 pixels)

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Cape Wrath Trail Planning #1

As I write this there are only 8 weeks until I begin my Cape Wrath Trail walk; one of the toughest long distance paths in the UK. It runs for

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Most Recent Posts Older Posts Walking Projects Walking in the HowgillsHelp and guidance on planning a walk in the Howgills, along with links to all the walks I have done

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SUW 2015 – Day 4

6th May 2015 – Bargrennan to Clatteringshaws Loch: 17.5 mls A day of better weather than forecast is always something to be thankful for and such was today. Today’s walk,

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Kit

I was unsure whether I’d do a kit posting for this year’s walk, but I looked back at the one I did for the 2013 walk and some of the

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Alternative Dales Way 2015

Despite my crash out of the Southern Upland Way earlier this year, I find that I still have a pressing need to walk. This comes as an immense relief in more

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My Alternative Dales Way

Despite my crash out of the Southern Upland Way earlier this year, I find that I still have a pressing need to walk. This comes as an immense relief in more

The Route

Originally posted: Monday, November 9th, 2009 I’ve now got a route planned (mostly) and I’m starting to add the pieces of the B&B puzzle into place. For a while I

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Kit List

Originally written: Monday, April 1st, 2013 This section covers my kit for the Southern Upland Way. I’m carrying all my own gear for this trip, but as I’m not camping,

The splendid view across Loch Dee
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The Route

Originally written: Sunday, March 24th, 2013 Choosing a route along a prescribed National Trail may seem like a pointless exercise, or rather the re-enactment of a task that has already

Skye Trail: Day Three

30th April 2012 – The Storr to Portree: 9.7m – 2,000 ft – 4 hrs 00 mins Day three dawned with a slight change in the weather; overcast with distant

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C2C 2011: Day Eleven

22nd June 2011 – Grasmere to Stonethwaite – 10.8 miles I had a cracking night’s sleep in the Chestnut Villa and I had a double bed for only the second

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C2C 2011: Day Ten

21st June 2011 – Patterdale to Grasmere – 11.7 miles I had one of those moments this morning where you observe how badly some people behave and you wish you could

Introduction

My coast to coast walk in 2006 really infected me with the long distance walking bug. The unbroken sequence of days where all I have to worry about is putting

West Highland Way: Day Four

22nd May 2008 – Inverarnan to Tyndrum – 13.5 miles Synopsis: Initially walking on a wide stony track beside the road, railway and electricity pylons past many lovely rivers to

West Highland Way: Day Three

21st May 2008 – Rowardennan to Inverarnan – 16 miles Synopsis: The toughest day so far starts out by following forestry track for several miles alongside Loch Lomond, with restricted

West Highland Way: Day One

19th May 2008 – Glasgow to Drymen – 13 miles Synopsis: A gentle warm up through suburban parks and woodland, leading to open countryside with views to the hills ahead.

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Training

The other side of preparing for the C2C has to be the physical preparation. I considered my experience ascending the Old Man and tried to imagine doing that for 12