Not so many wild camps in 2021 then, but plenty of camps if you include campsites. I've also been lucky enough to do three, decent long distance routes, all of them great fun. I did have a flight booked out to Sweden again in August, but, as in 2020, I once again postponed it. Hopefully … Continue reading Camps of 2021
The Herriot Way takes in some of the best scenery around Wensleydale and Swaledale, and is an absolutely delightful walk. It's a circular route, so it doesn't matter where you start and finish, but we chose Grinton. I found an Airbnb there where we could leave the car, as long as we spent the nights … Continue reading The Herriot way
Day 1, Ulverston to Beacon Tarn, 9 miles The day started off perfectly with a Second Breakfast at Peter Dixon's, where we met Jill and Maggie too - weather was mostly dry and sunny but a bit of rain in the last couple of miles - very quiet on the trails - wild camp Day … Continue reading The Cumbria Way
Day 1 - Settle to Cragg Hill Farm, 7 miles Mainly sunny but a very brief heavy shower half way - cafe lunch - lovely, peaceful site Day 2 - Cragg Hill Farm to Ribblehead, 8 miles Threatened rain all day but in the end not too bad - camped behind the Station Inn - … Continue reading Settle To Carlisle And Back Again
DAY 1 Hayfield to Chinley campsite, via Ollersett Moor. Daniel Clout called in for a chat while we were pitching! DAY 2 Chinley to Upper Booth Campsite, via Rushup Edge. DAY 3 Upper Booth Campsite to home, via Jacob's Ladder and Tunstead Clough. Geoff had lunch waiting for us when we arrived back...