Helvellyn!

Two years after we conquered Scafell Pike the four of us set off for the weekend to tick off another peak from our wish list. I’m not any fitter than I was when I did Scafell, and actually due to … Continue reading

Walking Snowdon

A friend of mine has never walked Snowdon and as she was home from Australia for a few months we found a weekend free and off we went. I’ve walked Snowdon twice before, using the Llanberis path both times. The first … Continue reading

Featured Walk: Llangoed to Puffin Island and Aberlleiniog Castle

Before you start reading this let me just warn you that this is not a detailed step by step walk guide. It’s a vague description of the walk we took with lots of photographs, so unlikely that you’ll be able … Continue reading

Featured Walk: Graig Fawr

While on holiday in Wales during Easter Weekend Ash, Guinness and I stumbled across this National Trust site with a little car park and numerous footpaths circling around and leading up a small hill. Graig Fawr sits alongside the little village … Continue reading

Devils Bridge took my breath away

The next step of our Aberystwyth adventure started on Sunday morning with Devils Bridge. Just a short drive along from where our cottage was, we parked up in the free parking and headed to the ticket office. Access is via … Continue reading

Featured Walk: Tittesworth reservoir (and blackberry muffins!)

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It’s been a while since I’ve been to Tittesworth. Ash and I have been a handful of times in the past but not for ages. We had a free Saturday last weekend and despite it being a murky day we … Continue reading

Walk of the Month: Alsager – Rode Heath circular

Distance: 5 miles approx Time: 2 hours No. of pubs en route: 2 Safety notes: Some small sections of country lane walking with no pavements. I’ve talked about walking along the saltline many times and recently posted some photographs of my Alsager – Rode … Continue reading

Reminiscing this Bank Holiday Weekend

For competitors, Bank Holidays often mean long weekends at agility shows. For me this weekend has been for catch-ups, romance, shopping and today… walking! After two busy days with Ash I now have two days alone with Guinness, and I decided … Continue reading

Scafell Pike

I don’t normally do “tough” things. I’ve never been one to take on challenges. I do achievable things, which to me aren’t massive challenges. I wouldn’t try to swim the channel, because I’d drown. I don’t go on rollercoaster’s because … Continue reading

A walk along the Saltline and Wheelock Rail Trail

Today Mum, Guinness and I set off for a walk to explore pastures great and new, equipped with a free leaflet by the Cheshire East Rangers. We started from Alsager and headed along the Saltline. A frequent dog walking route … Continue reading

A Sunny Walk

I always enjoy getting outside with my dog but especially so if it’s nice and sunny. This week I had an afternoon off, it was glorious weather and we got out for an early afternoon stroll. When I walk my … Continue reading

Yorkshire 3 Peaks for Diabetes UK

We did it! In the pouring rain and very heavy cloud we completed the Yorkshire 3 Peaks in 14 hours 15 minutes! On Saturday 18th July we woke up with the sound of heavy rain falling on the tents and … Continue reading