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Photos and routes from my walking and hiking adventures in Bristol, Somerset and Wiltshire in the UK.

Walking in the Shropshire Hills AONB
26/08/2016Hiking Midlands
A nice short walk through the Shropshire hills from Carding Mill Valley along the stream to the four metre cascade at the picturesque Lightspout Waterfall.
Walking in Moffat
Now the snow has cleared, and I have a a few free weekends, I've started doing some walking in Moffat and in the land and gardens surrounding my cottage.
A closed mind is like a closed book; just a block of woodChinese Proverb
Grey Mares Tail in Winter
24/01/2015Hiking Scotland
Climbing up Grey Mares Tail near Moffat in the snow and ice, with a completely frozen over Loch Skeen at the top!
Crippled up the Criffel
17/01/2015Hiking Scotland
Starting out walking again by tackling the Criffel, near Dumfries. It was harder than we thought!
Off Walking Again!
12/02/2012Hiking Videos
Its been a while since I've been out for a walk, but now I'm self employed I've got more time to do the things I like, such as walking in the country. Me and Rob head off to a frozen Crook peak, and this time there is a new member to the duo...
Pen y Fan Circular Walk
27/02/2011Hiking Wales
In preparation for climbing Ben Nevis later in the year, my brother in law and I headed over to South Wales and the Brecon Beacons to do a circular walk covering three peaks and Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales.
Charity Update!
I have just realised that I haven't posted any updates from our recent charity climb up Snowdon, so I thought it best to write one now - better late than never!
I’ve Climbed A Mountain!!!
22/03/2010Hiking Lifelist Wales
On Saturday 20th March 2010 me and my brother-in-law set off from Pen-y-pass along the PYG track all the way to the summit of Snowdon. After climbing on, over and through rocks, mud, scree, shale, snow and ice we eventually made it to the top.
Back at the Hotel!
20/03/2010Hiking Wales
We have arrived back at the hotel safe and sound. Slight deviation from the plan due to weather conditions and ended up walking over 20 miles.
We came, we saw, we conquered!
20/03/2010Hiking Wales
We did it! We actually did it!!! We climbed snowdon!!! We are currently stood on the summit of Snowdon 1,085 m (3,560 ft) above sea level and the highest peak in England and Wales.