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

 

Recent Trips

Really surprised by this one. The ascent was fantastic with views across Ullswater which got better as we climbed. The view fro Heron Pike is one of the best in the lakes! Descending from Sheffield Pike to the disused mine works was a bit on the boggy side but it wasn't long before we were back onto dry ground and a pleasant path down to Glenridding Beck.

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First Yorkshire Walk of the year and we visited an area I have not been to before. The Walk started from the pretty town of Settle following the River Ribble north to Stainforth. It was relatively flat and occasionally boggy along the way but we passed some impressive waterfalls, the most impressive being Stainforth Force. After a cheeky pint at the Craven Heifer our route finally started to climb. We stopped to explore Catrigg Force.

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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