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Dales Tip-to-Tip – Day 3

28th August 2022: Kettlewell to Yockenthwaite – 8.5m We had another lazy morning and I enjoyed just taking time over the daily routine, rather than rushing to get an early

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Dales Tip-to-Tip – Day 2

27th August 2022: Burnsall Bridge to Kettlewell – 9.8m I’m beginning to think this walk may be cursed! It was supposed to be an 8-day walk carried out over 3x

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Yoredale Way 2022 – Day 5

7th August 2022 – Ripon to Boroughbridge – 8.8m Typically, the one day this week I actually felt like I could have had a lie in, I kinda needed to

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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

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Yoredale Way 2022 – Day 3

5th August 2022 – Middleham to Masham – 11.1m As a couple of people suggested yesterday, a good night’s sleep worked wonders for me. I woke feeling a bit more

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Yoredale Way 2022 – Day 2

4th August 2022 – Askrigg to Middleham – 14.2m I feel completely done-in! I’m sitting in the Richard III in Middleham after having walked the 14.5 miles from Askrigg, had

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Yoredale Way 2022 – Day 1

3rd August 2022 – Garsdale Head to Askrigg – 11.9m I’m feeling knackered right now and it’s not even 9am, furthermore I’ve not even started walking yet! I don’t think

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Yoredale Way 2022 – Day 0

2nd August 2022 – Home to Garsdale Head It was absolutely lashing it down when I left the house this morning. I’d planned to leave about 8am, but when the

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Dales Tip-to-Tip – Day 1

2nd July 2022: Ellishaw Hill to Burnsall Bridge – 10.1m Regular readers may remember a post from the back end of last year where I planned a ‘Dales Adventure‘ –

Camping

July #MicroAdventure

Our walking calendars finally aligned, allowing us to meet up for a weekend of walking, camping and catching up. After an incredible exchange of emails and GPX files, Matt (@hillplodder)

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The Pennine Way Process

It was now or never really. I’d been waiting until as close to deadline as possible to conduct a comprehensive village survey for the Pennine Way guide book update. I