A hike on the Shepherds Trail, Carisbrooke to Shepherds Chine and a spot of camping
Hunting for Giants on the Cerne Valley Trail
Trip report of our attempt to thru-hike Glyndwrs Way with the kids. Aborted after 30 odd miles of rain, mud and snow.
Alright, it wasn’t the most adventurous day we’ve had but any day in the hills count. Right?
A Brief note about Gear
A traverse of Snowdon from Rhyd Ddu to Pen y Pass, September 2017
Reposting our epic adventure from Easter, on the West Highland Way
A rather wet visit to the Brecon Beacons National Park in July 2017
Hiking through the New Forest National Park
A brief note about our current tent of choice.
The term hiking usually conjures up images of rough tracks, high mountains and wilderness. but shouldn’t we make use of the resources we have just outside our front door. Pavements.
Hiking, scrambling, bouldering, camping and a picnic. Just how much can you cram into an afternoon in the Peak District!
“That was pretty rad what with that drop and the scrambling and the wind, pretty scary in parts, you know cos of the kids and that sheer drop and….. That was ****ing amazing!”
It feels like an age ago but in November 2015 we headed up Cadair Idris. There is a longer story but here it is in pictures.
A tea-time microadventure on a cold, dark and foggy January evening.