Im still not used to this whole writing thing yet but im gettting there I think. Recently I completed the Cotswolds Way, for those of you unsure of what one of them is, its a 102 mile national trail in the UK. It starts in Chipping Campden and finishes in Bath. Normally when I got […]Read More Cotswolds Way
It’s been a long time coming and I’ve been forced to change plans so many times with the covid lockdown and things opening then closing then reopening. Finally after rapid changes of plans on the 5th of August I’ll be starting the Cotswolds Way! I was meant to do this back in March but we […]Read More Finally getting out on my first trail this year!
Its typical isnt it, when you’re stuck in work and cant go anywhere the weather is great, you get time off and its cruddy. Looking at the forecast now and its looking great for when I go back…. I could cry. Thankfully I have had a few days of good weather so I could get […]Read More Why does it always rain when you’re off?
Im trying to get content up here as often as I can, even though we are currently in lockdown I am still working 5 or 6 days a week most weeks. When I get time off I do try and get out for some daily exercise after I have done some house work (such a […]Read More Looking back over old trips
Hello everyone, I hope you are keeping well! If like me you’ve been using your abundance of free time to plan future hiking/walkings trips I’ve no doubt you’ll have come across guidebooks. From the general area books from lonely planet right down to books for specific treks there’s a guidebook for everything! For me, I […]Read More Guidebooks, could they be better?
In 36 days I should be starting this long distance trail the starts in Cardiff South Wales and finishes 300 miles later in Conwy North Wales. I started planning this trek after the tour du mont blanc last summer to take my mind of the post trail depression that always comes after completing an awesome […]Read More The Cambrian Way
Wow is a good word to describe this trek. Its around 110 miles (170km) and has an altitude gain of around 32808ft (10,000 meters), its very well sign posted and you will visit three different countries on this trek. I did the TMB in 2019 and I was left speechless by the majesty of the […]Read More The TMB (Tour Du Mont Blanc)