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Catbells - First time up a mountain and can't wait to go up a bigger one.
Haytongate Hut - Two London teachers enjoying a rest at The Haytongate Hut while walking Hadrian's Wall. Wishing they had gone west to east and not east to west as they didn't enjoy walking into a big westerly gale during the tough Chollorford to Greenhead section!
Three men on a log on the final day of Northumberland Coastal Path, just south of Berwick. Spectacular beaches and big skies.
China Chicks at Carlisle Railway Station, about to set off to do a charity walk on The Great Wall of China in aid of Carlisle & North Lakeland Hospice at Home. Wearing smart custom printed hoodies supplied by itrod. They raised £20k. Well done ladies, great effort.
Haytongate Hut - Two happy walkers wearing their new itrod t-shirts - and a dog with fleas!
Glencoe - another wet day on the West Highland Way.
Spent a lovely few days here at 'Laggan' on the Ardnish Peninsular. Possibly Britain's most remote holiday home. Thank you Peter.
One of these little beauties will become our walking companion soon.
Blencathra looking as majestic as ever
Blue bell walk at Dufton Gyll Wood - highly recommended in late spring
Boxing Day walk at Allonby on the Solway Coast. Scotland in the background.
The Dales Way
Came across this contraption lying in a field near Hubblerolme while walking The Dales Way. Anyone know what it is?
Early morning walk with Tara
Dusk at Rockcliffe on the Solway Coast
Newlands Valley from Catbells
Geltsdale in north Cumbria
Two walkers outside the Haytongate Hut with their newly purchased Hadrian's Wall hoodies
Looking up the river Liza from the head of Ennerdale Water having just climbed Scafell on the most beautiful October day
Checking out Scales Tarn on the way up Blencathra. All three of them did eventually have a swim.
Skiddaw looking good
Never did find out if this Christmas present was well received
We think this is Ullswater near Watermillock but not 100% certain!