Category: Trig Point

Walking the Anglesey Coastal Path

Leg three of the Land of My Fathers project was the Anglesey Coastal Path, a long distance path in it’s own right that covers 130 miles of mostly coastal walking. I have to confess to having visited Anglesey very rarely in spite of it’s proximity to Manchester with my visits being restricted to a few

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Lad Law from Wycoller walk

Wycoller is an almost achingly idyllic hamlet situated at what is literally the end of the road around four miles from the town of Colne. It consists of a tiny collection of stone cottages,a hatch serving hot bacon butties, pies and pasties and the ruins of the sixteenth century Wycoller Hall, originally owned by the

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West Pennine Walks

Although there does now seem to be the merest chink of light at the end of the tunnel, lockdown continues unabated and that means that our walks continue to be local ones. I think at one stage that this would have depressed me immensely but I have been determined to make the most of it

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Variety is the spice of life!

24-30.4.17 Walking with; Jay, Iona, Hamish and Downend School This is now (unbelievably) the fourth year of Come walk with me UK and I am delighted to say that we have managed to get busier year on year thanks to the high standard of service we provide for our customers whether working as a freelancer

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Kinder from Hayfield

Full album on Facebook 8.3.16 Walking with; Nobody ! Kinder holds a very special place in my affections, it is probably the hill I have spent more time on than any other, due in part to it’s proximity to Manchester, but also because it offers a seemingly ever changing and challenging environment. Of the two

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Walking Bleaklow in the snow

23.1.15 Walking with; Jo There is something special about walking in the snow, it alters the landscape of the Dark Peak, smoothing off the edges and concealing the dark peat bogs beneath a blanket of white. Last year was a poor one for those of us who like to walk in the white stuff but

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Win Hill before work

Walking with; Nobody22.09.12 Starting work at 4pm on a Saturday when your good lady is away taking in the sea air of Whitby and the blue skies and crisp air make for perfect rugby playing conditions is not a prospect to gladden the heart. It does, however, provide ample time for a pre-shift walk and

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