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Pennine Way Blog 2: Day Two

I wished him well, perhaps a little emotionally…

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Pennine Way Blog 2: Day One

So much for the ‘prevailing wind’ argument…

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Pennine Way Blog – North to South

The Perverse Pennine Way – walking the ‘wrong’ way, north to south, and largely spurning indoor accommodation.

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day 18

This gate is the cosmic portal…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day 14

Slaggyford presents a dilemma…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day 13

Unless you’re by now a cadaver longing for burial…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day Nine

The alarming roar of multiple mighty engines…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day Eight

Famous for extensive views…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day Five

Let the record show that DofE kids have pack covers…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day Three

When I awoke it seemed windier and cooler…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day Two

‘What snack van?’ I hear you cry…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Day One

One of several intimidating aspects of the first day is…

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Pennine Way Blog 1: Pre-Day

I’d practised in the garden but trust me, it isn’t the same…

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Pennine Way Blog – South to North

The Pleasant Pennine Way – a challenging but enjoyable hike along England’s oldest and best National Trail.