Category: 3 peaks

Three Peaks in Three Days

The Three Peaks Challenge is probably one of the best known walking/adventure challenges undertaken regularly in the UK today. For many people it is the ultimate physical mountain challenge and a hugely successful event that raises large amounts of money for many charitable causes. For others it puts huge pressure on the mountains, leads to

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Mount Elgon with Tribal Tracks and 40tude

Sometimes I feel incredibly lucky to do the job I do, not just because I get to visit some fantastic places but because I get involved with some amazing and inspiring people. 40tude are a charity working towards finding a cure for colon cancer and it was my pleasure to lead a group of fundraisers

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Walks in Yorkshire

After our last post celebrating the glory of walking in the Red Rose county we thought it only fair that we would give a little coverage to their White Rose wearing rivals and cover a few of the fantastic walks in Yorkshire that are available. As we spent a quick overnighter in Ingleton this week

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Yorkshire 3 Peaks with Action for Children

16.9.17 Walking with; Action for Children challenge team The Yorkshire 3 Peaks is one of my favourite challenge events, it’s tough, pretty much the distance of a full marathon, but it’s doable and it makes sense as a challenge, it doesn’t feel contrived. So when the team from Action for Children contacted me to say

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It’s been a while…….

The blog has been shamefully neglected for two main reasons of late. The first is that we have been wonderfully, spectacularly busy showing people the fantastic outdoor experiences that the UK has to offer. The second, more shamefully, involved a cup of hot coffee, my computer and a wrinkle in my rug…..anyway, I am heading

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Busy, busy, busy

It’s been a while since I last updated the blog and whilst I feel a bit remiss, the reason is basically because we are having our busiest ever season here and there’s barely been time to pop home and get the washing done over the last few weeks! Not that I’m complaining….There has been a

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An Ep1c adventure!!

9.5.17 Walking with; Team Ep1c Link to Team Ep1c’s just giving I have done a lot of Snowdon days over the last few years. It still remains one of my favourite mountains in the UK in spite of the many, very real problems it’s popularity causes. A fair few of the Snowdon days I have

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A round up of busy times

As we come towards the end of our season here at Come walk with me we remain busy and are starting to look ahead to next year. It’s been a busy week or two starting with another Entrust Base Camp in Mansfield at Brambles school. In addition to campcraft, firelighting, shelter building and trust games

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Snowdon with Max Ad and TLC

Full album on Facebook 11.9.16 Walking with; Team TLC I read once that Snowdon is the second most ascended mountain in the world and on a Sunday morning the carpark at Pen Y Pass can certainly have the feel of Piccadilly Circus about it as fleets of minibuses disgorge crowds of walkers in various states

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Snowdon via the Pyg and Miners track

Full album on Facebook22.5.16 Walking with; Lakeland Mountain Guides and Matchtech Ltd I read somewhere recently that Snowdon was the second most climbed mountain in the world and on a busy Sunday afternoon it can certainly feel like that! I was working with LMG and Matchtech on the last leg of their Three Peaks Challenge,

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