A PHOTOGRAPHIC GUIDE TO WALKING IN BRITAIN'S NATIONAL PARKS AND SURROUNDING AREAS

 

Recent Trips

This is the day we had been quietly nervous about. You will have seen Kjeragbolten all over the internet in recent years, a boulder wedged into a cliff side due to the forces of nature, a long long time ago. This route is pretty demanding. In terms of distance, it's not that far but boy it is steep!

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It seems the attraction most advertised in Norway is Priekestolen (Pulpit Rock). That makes sense, Tour operators run out of Stavanger throughout the year, it's not too demanding and the views are epic. Apart from being on the fjords, this could be the best way to take in their incredible beauty. After our slog the previous day to Trolltunga, this was a much welcomed short hike.

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My friend James, an artist in Chicago chose to paint one of my photos again. This time for a painting demo.

James's site TheArtist&TheTraveler

Not really! Those kidders sent me this as a joke

My thoughts on some of the kit I have used over the years. Boots, Clothing, Camping Gear etc.

The latest mountain weather reports from the Met Office