The Scottish National Trail: manageable and almost overwhelmingly interesting.

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The Perverse Pennine Way blog, walking the ‘wrong’ way, north to south, and largely spurning indoor accommodation.

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The Pleasant Pennine Way blog – a challenging but enjoyable walk along England’s oldest and best National Trail.

I stood by myself in the wind, in the middle of nowhere, staring at some dirt, and suddenly began to understand…

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It was a bit silly ticking off four islands in my first full day…

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Who wouldn’t want to walk to what, according to the record book, is the UK’s windiest place?

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A quintessentially English landscape: rolling contours, muted colours and quirky, Tolkienesque names…

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A stroll along the Thames on a crisp, clear February evening…

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For you personally the Ultra Tour 40 might be the best pack in the world…

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Post-equinoctial Botanising and Social Media – Diminishing Returns, or Why I’m Keeping Groundsel Up My Sleeve…