Just thought I’d post an interesting note on the route, for anyone walking it this summer. From Sunbiggin Tarn you are now recommended to take the southern route, down the
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A nice pint of Hobgoblin in the Kings Arrms in Kirkby Stephen. In a Geordie accent: “Day 5 and the medication levels in the house have risen alarmingly. A strong
Rob relaxes at lunch time in the sun, beside Haweswater Reservior. I’m still a day behind in posts, I’m writing this at the end of day 5 in The Black
I’m struggling to post pictures at the moment as signal strength precludes the large attachments, I will try and add some to later posts. Day 3 started as Day 2
Day 2 started at 4am for me as I was woken by the rain battering against the window of the surprisingly comfortable room in the Shepherds Arms in Ennerdale Bridge.
Didn’t get a chance to post this picture last night as the phone signal was so poor, but this is our room in Stone House Farm and Tex enjoying a
Mixed bag of weather this morning. Rain first thing but that cleared before we left. Then sunshine broken by cloud and strong winds all along the coast path. Just passed
I plan to do a walking blog this year on the Coast to Coast. For the first time I have the technology to do this and hopefully the gods of
I know I’ve mentioned this in a previous post, but that was several months ago and I don’t suppose anyone remembers that now (even those that read it), but this
As little as 5 weeks ago I was panicking, I was really quite worried that my level of fitness had deteriorated so much over the winter that I really wasn’t
It’s been decided, it’s in the diary and some of it has even been booked! Next year’s long distance walk will be Wainwright’s Coast to Coast again. For the first
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