Pennine Way Stage 15: Slaggyford to Greenhead

Published 25 November 2015

Featureless moorland and muddy paths pave the way for a triumphant entry into one of the most famous areas of Roman Britain.

Pennine Way Stage 14: Garrigill to Slaggyford

Published 18 November 2015

If there is to be disappointment on any section of the Pennine Way it is likely to be found on this one. Or so said the guide book.

Pennine Way Stage 13: Dufton to Garrigill

Published 11 November 2015

A couple of years after last being there, there’s a return to Dufton, and a tour of snow covered hills with hidden radar stations, followed by a closed pub.

The Commando Memorial

Published 8 November 2015

In the highlands of Scotland stands a statue dedicated to the Commandos.

Pennine Way Stage 12: Middleton-in-Teesdale to Dufton

Published 4 November 2015

Water, waterfalls, moorland and a hidden gem nestling in the moorland near a firing range.

Pennine Way Stage 11: Tan Hill Inn to Middleton-in-Teesdale

Published 28 October 2015

With a heavy heart it’s time to depart the Tan Hill Inn, and head over the wild moorland of the North East.

The End

Published 25 October 2015

Wandering off onto the sand, it’s the last edition of The Weekly Photograph.

Pennine Way Stage 10: Hawes to Tan Hill Inn

Published 21 October 2015

A day of walking that’s basically a warm up to a visit to the best pub on the Pennine Way. And perhaps anywhere.

Old and decaying boats

Published 18 October 2015

Nothing ever lasts forever. Not even boats.

Pennine Way Stage 9: Horton-in-Ribblesdale to Hawes

Published 14 October 2015

We enter caving country and traverse Roman Roads with views of mighty railway structures.


Published 11 October 2015

I would like to live in Sweden, when my work is done.

The Wainwright State of Play 2015

Published 7 October 2015

With a summer of hill climbing, it’s time to do some charts and find out the Wainwright bagging stats.


Published 4 October 2015

Someone must have had a good night in this field in Burcot, Oxfordshire.

Stone Arthur

Published 30 September 2015

A quick tour up and down Grasmere’s hidden gem of a fell.

All Your Ferns Are Belong To Us

Published 27 September 2015

Here’s to the colour of the forthcoming autumn.

Seat Sandal

Published 23 September 2015

The final of four fells visited on a tour of the Helvellyn range.

Hens Through Gate

Published 20 September 2015

Just hens? No one else?

Dollywagon Pike

Published 17 September 2015

The third of four fells visited on a tour of the Helvellyn range.

Nethermost Pike

Published 15 September 2015

The second of four fells visited on a tour of the Helvellyn range.

Because I’m such a fungi

Published 13 September 2015

Anyone for a video about mushrooms? Well it may happen, but in the meantime, here’s a picture of some instead.