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Day 5 – Keld to Middleton In Teesdale

Day 5 – Keld to Middleton In Teesdale

Area: Yorkshire Dales & Weardale Starting point: Keld Ending point: Middleton In Teesdale Date of walk: 12th May 2016 Trails: Pennine Way Distance: 21.10 miles Difficulty: Moderate – Hard Terrain: Moorland Weather: Sunny & cloudy     Today has blown me away. For many reasons, this was one of those days where you think could this get any better? and life pleasantly reminds you of the kindness which flows through this world, and the gentle souls who reside on this planet. 7:15am I start the misty uphill slog out…

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Day 4 – Hawes to Keld

Day 4 – Hawes to Keld

Area: Yorkshire Dales Starting point: Hawes Ending point: Keld Date of walk: 11th May 2016 Trails: Pennine Way Distance: 12.03 miles Difficulty: Moderate Terrain: Mountain & road walking Weather: Sunny & cloudy Really getting into the swing of things now. Body seems to be getting stronger by the day & experiencing this ever changing environment which I am walking through is truly a blessing. I opt for the later start this morning, as I need to visit the village pharmacy for some Sudocrem & an outdoor shop to…

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Day 3 – Malham to Hawes

Day 3 – Malham to Hawes

Area: Yorkshire Dales Starting point: Malham Ending point: Hawes Date of walk: 10th May 2016 Trails: Pennine Way, Dales way, A Pennine Journey Distance: 22.49 miles Difficulty: Hard Terrain: Straight up Dales, mountains, road walking Weather: Sun, light clouds Spending time alone, walking, walking, and more walking, up and down through the hills & valleys. Expectably people ask on the way why I go for such long walks. The short answer is, because is brings me true happiness. And this day, reflects strongly this. Spending time alone can…

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Day 2 – Earby to Malham

Day 2 – Earby to Malham

Area: Yorkshire Dales Starting point: Earby Ending point: Malham Date of walk: 9th May 2016 Trails: Pennine Way Distance: 13.01 miles Difficulty: Moderate Terrain: Straight up Dales, River & village walking Weather: Sun, blue skies, Scorching I need to do something about my feet, I need to do something about my feet is the reoccurring loop I wake up with this morning. Every fellow walker I bump into today hears about my feet. Every long distance walker knows the inconvenience of blistered swollen feet, and if they…

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Day 1 – Hebden Bridge to Earby

Day 1 – Hebden Bridge to Earby

Area: Yorkshire Dales Starting point: Hebden Bridge Ending point: Earby Date of walk: 8th May 2016 Trail: Pennine Way Distance: 22.32 miles Difficulty: Moderate Terrain: Woodland, Streams, Moorland, Dales Weather: Sun, blue skies, Scorching Hebden Bridge, what a lovely quaint place to start. At first impressions, this place comes across as the land of rich hippies enjoying life in the Yorkshire Dales. Slightly new age, with shops offering ‘super vegan detox shakes’ and other shops selling cheap recycled fabric. ‘Oh right, its one of…

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Welton Loop – The Yorkshire Wolds

Welton Loop – The Yorkshire Wolds

Area: East Yorkshire Starting point: Welton (circular walk) Date of walk: 26th April 2016 Walkers: Me & Merlin Distance: 6.51m Difficulty: Easy – Moderate Terrain: Woodland, Roads & National trails Weather: Sun, blue skies, light rain, hail & snow (yes all 4 seasons, typical English weather) Yorkshire is the biggest county in the UK. However, it is split into 3 smaller counties,1 of them being the flat landed East Yorkshire. Quite different to the rolling Derbyshire Dales I am used…

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