Tag Archive: Camping

Dolomites (Alta Via 2)

After my trek along Glyndwr’s Way earlier this summer I returned and proclaimed it one of my hardest walks. There was wind, rain, endless hills and little facilities. That trail now seems like… Continue reading

Glyndŵr’s Way

After walking almost everywhere in Wales, Mid Wales was my last unexplored region and what better way to explore it than by walking my last Welsh National Trail, the Glyndŵr’s Way. The path is… Continue reading

Brecon Beacons (in the sun)

On a sunny Friday evening most people my age would be heading straight to a beer garden, however, after that taste of adventure on my walk around Wales, when I get the chance to go… Continue reading

Wales in a Week

A friend recently got in touch to tell me he’s planning on hitching around Wales in seven days and wondered which were the best day sections I walked. I love talking about the… Continue reading

Wales Coast Path:1,034 Miles, 63 Days, 12 Moments

I have been home for a while now and am already yearning to be back on the Wales Coast Path. Writing cover letters and sending CVs isn’t quite as fun as following that trail… Continue reading

Offa’s Dyke: An Unorganised Adventure

When wanting to do something fun outdoors people tend to seek the reassurance of organisation and use some kind of business to provide their adventure… companies named something like GoKayaking, or RockClimbing4U. This… Continue reading

Wales Coast Path: DIY

Two weeks ago I returned from my journey around Wales. I wandered alone, 1,034 miles around the perimeter of my home country for 9 weeks, carrying all I needed to live on my… Continue reading

Wales Coast Path: The Finish Line

My last stretch of a 1,034 mile walk around the whole perimeter of Wales-reaching the end and the beginning. It was a somewhat ugly section of coast path but despite having to skirt… Continue reading