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Walks

2024 Planning

Retrospective Looking back over my shoulder, to the year behind us, I see a bit

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Ravenber Way – Day 1

7th July 2019: Dufton to Garrigill – 15.5m I knew I wasn’t fit, but today

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Pennine Way 2010

Introduction This is the start of my Pennine Way 2010 Journal. It will cover the

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The Pennine Way Process

It was now or never really. I’d been waiting until as close to deadline as

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Page 1 Completed!

I had an email from Bryn at Trailblazer Guidebooks last night – he hadn’t received

A rather muted dawn, seen from Hadrian's Wall
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Burnhead to Sycamore Gap

I’d requested an early breakfast for this morning, despite it being Saturday and feeling a

Some challenging conditions after the incredible rain and wind this morning
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Garrigill to Knarsdale

If I’d started this walk today, I would almost certainly either have had to cancel

Knock Old Man, cairn on Knock Fell
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Appleby to Garrigill

If I had to use just one word to describe today’s walk from Dufton to

Cauldron Snout - at the bottom
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Langdon Beck to Appleby

Well, if I’d thought I was knackered ta the end of yesterday, then today I

High Force in the River Tees
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Baldersdale to Langdon Beck

Wow, what a day! I’m absolutely knackered. I struggled up the gentle incline of East

God's Bridge - one of a few in limestone country
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Tan Hill Inn to Baldersdale

I dithered and dallied all morning in Tan Hill, I had a late breakfast at

A wintery summit shelter on Great Shunner Fell
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Hardraw to Tan Hill Inn

I had a great evening in the Green Dragon, the only thing that could have

Waterfall in Hawes, right in the centre of the village
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Ribblehead to Hardraw

An easy day to start with, though it started at 5:30 in order to drive

Utterly Butterley Reservoir
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Summertime

I finally realised someone was having a laugh at my expense when I heard a

Feet up, catching the sun, on the ascent out of Ponden
Camping

Filling in the Gaps

I should have been walking along the Pennine Way with @PilgrimChris this weekend, but family

Misty camp on Kinder Low, either side of the path
Camping

A Weekend Sacrifice

The Oxford Dictionary defines sacrifice as “An act of giving up something valued for the