Some nice walks:

The Thames Path, September 2009. 
Wainwright’s Coast to Coast, May 2010.

Offa’s Dyke Path, September 2011.
The West Highland Way, May 2012.
Knoydart Pub Crawl, September 2012.
The London Outer Orbital Path, 2013.
Inver to Inver – return to Knoydart, May 2014.
Skye & Knoydart, September 2014.
Cairngorms Circular, September 2015.
Western Cairngorms, September 2016.
Glen Nevis, May 2017.
Dartmoor, March 2018.
Drumochter Five, September 2018.
The Bollington Real Ale Ramblers.


4 thoughts on “Some nice walks:

  1. Chris Dadd

    I really enjoyed reading your diary. I’m planning on doing Offa’s Dyke on the 1st Dec. Was contemplating whether I could do it in six days by combining sections? I’m training for climbing Aconcagua in January so figure a bit of pain is needed. Also considering taking a one man tent although your B&B/pub stops looked good.

    What do you think? What time did you start/finish typically? With short days of light perhaps I need to be more realistic.


    1. Tim Post author

      Thanks Chris!

      Hmmm six days would be far too much for me – 30 miles a day?! But apart from the Switchback and the Clwydians most of it is fairly easy going-ish, so it’s all down to your legs – and also the amount of daylight you’ve got.
      I was starting about 8 / 9am I think, but I wasn’t really rushing.

      Another problem might be finding places to stop further north, as villages / B&Bs etc are few & far between. Unless you’re just going to pitch your tent on the sly!

      Let me know how you get on.

  2. anna

    Hi Tim

    Anna here from the Knoydart bunkhouse(sorry I wasn’t here to meet you when you arrived)! I really enjoyed your account of walking into Knoydart, would you mind if we shared the link on our facebook page?


    1. Tim Post author

      Hi Anna – I hope you enjoyed your stalking!

      Of course you can post the link where-ever you like. Actually, I’ll be back soon in a few weeks (must remember to send the remainder of the payment to you!).

      Hopefully will see you this time – in the Forge if nowhere else! :-)


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