Ravensthorpe, Mud & Damage

Two images stitched together I visit Ravensthorpe on many occasions. It is a pleasant short walk which walking non stop would take about 30 minutes. Stopping and starting it turns into an hour or more. Usually with a wide selection of bird life to observe including...
North Norfolk

North Norfolk

Although I love walking/climbing mountains and hills one of my favourite places to walk is the beaches around the Brancaster/Wells area of Norfolk. I have now visited the area many times and this selection of images spans those visits.  The 1st images shows Wells...
The Seven Sisters

The Seven Sisters

SEVEN SISTERS Who needs to go to Cumbria, Wales or Scotland to climb mountains? You can do it on the south coast. I read about this walk in a walking magazine. So over the summer holidays 2011, decided to do it. You start the walk in Seaford or Eastbourne. I chose...
Helvelyn

Helvelyn

Helvelyn   The day I chose to walk up Helvelyn  it was cloudy but not cold. I decide to make the accent from Glenridding  (NY 38310 17012) elevation 173 m. There is a large public car park with toilet facilities. In the car park towards the top right corner is a...
Scafell Pike 2011

Scafell Pike 2011

SCAFELL PIKE –  APRIL 2011   This walk began at Wasdale Head car park (NY18720 08502) elevation 79 m. There is a shop, toilet facilities and a hotel and pub here so everything you could want. The drive to Wasdale Head along Wast Water is spectacular. I did...
Snowdon

Snowdon

My 1st walk up Snowdon was in the summer of 2010. I chose the Watkin Path  because I had read that it was the most scenic route. I was very unprepared for the ‘walk’ ahead. I should explain, I was then 59 and have a mild heart condition and was not...