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The Route

The maps in this section were created with Memory Map v5 and are specific to my 12 day itinerary, which has been detailed on the previous page. I would not

Kinder Scout Ascent Routes
Walks

My Kinder Scout Project

I really enjoyed last week’s walk up Fair Brook and onto the Kinder plateau. Despite the mud (see walk summary here). It got me thinking about all the other routes

Walks

Slave to "The List"

Increasingly that’s how I’ve come to think of myself, a slave to the list. “The List” in question being the 214 Lakeland fells described and documented by Alfred Wainwright –

Gear

Using a Smartphone on the Hills

Over the past few years I’ve come to depend more and more on my mobile phone while out walking on the hills. It has been a gradual phasing in of

Gear

An iPhone beater?

I know there are many iPhone users in the outdoors blogging community, myself included. The iPhone has its faults, but so far it’s been the most complete and flexible package

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Apologies

I’ve had a couple of emails recently, asking about the progress of my Coast to Coast 2009 journal. I know this is well overdue and although I’ve started writing it

General

Project Wainwright 2007 – Update

Early last year I began ‘Project Wainwright’, which was my way of officially beginning the collection of all 214 Lakeland fells classified by Alfred Wainwright. This is a bagging list

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LEJOG Planning Frenzy

Sunday was an awful day,weather wise and I had an itchy mouse-finger, so I gave him some exercise in Memory Map – I began planning the South West England section

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LEJoG Planning continues

The first ink lines have appeared on my LEJoG map, after so many weeks of pencil lines and draft marks I have at last plotted the first route; from my

General

Weekend Wander

Tex and I both have permission from our spouses to go wandering all weekend, so we’re off to the Lakes (probably) for an overnight backpacking trip. It will be the

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LEJOG Planning

With no walking this weekend, I’ve been sitting at my PC planning walks. Hadrian’s Wall is pretty much all done now and that’s “in the can” as they say in

General

Hadrians Wall Planning

Just got back from three days in Paris, taking in the sights and generally doing the family holiday thing – as far as that goes nowadays – the kids have

Walks

Walk Report: Gragareth

Date: 5th Jul 2008 Stats: 14.5 miles, 2000 feet Weather: Overcast, very windy, gale force on summits, heavy rain for last hour Trig Points: 3: TP6551 – Tow Scar, TP3427

Walks

Walk Report: Great Borne & Starling Dodd

  Date: 11th Apr 2008 Stats: 8.0 miles, 2300 feet Weather: Overcast but dry, cold on top with little wind Trig Points: 1: TP3448 – Great Borne Fells: 2: Great

Walks

Project Wainwright 2007

Well what a marvellous week of weather we’ve had up here in Cheshire, its been sunny all week, with no rain and very little wind to speak of. I was

Walks

Walk Report: Caldbeck to Keswick

Date: 5th Nov 2005 Stats: 18.0 miles, 3200 feet Weather: Rained all day beyond High Pike Trig Points: 1: TP3801 – High Pike Fells: 1: High Pike Other Info:  

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Yoredale Way 2022 – Day 4

6th August 2022 – Masham to Ripon – 14.6m Well that was quite a tough day, although to be fair I made it tougher than it should have been. I’m