Published 26 March 2014
Spot the railway bits and pieces, and get points!
Published 23 December 2013
They say that steam trains and walking go hand in hand. Quite who “they” are, I have absolutely no idea. But say it they do.
Published 18 December 2013
Splish splash! TIme to wet those boots at the start of the Coast to Coast walk.
Published 23 October 2013
Let us show you the North Downs Way. In video form. What to see, what to expect, what you’ll find.
Published 12 September 2013
Baby, meet fell. Fell, meet baby.
Published 15 August 2013
Walk on the Fairfield Horseshoe and you’ll find a wall. A big wall. A great wall in fact.
Published 10 July 2013
…and a saunter up Slight Side
Published 19 June 2013
The mighty and majestic monument to walking. And not flood defences at all.
Published 10 April 2013
Just what does the Pilgrim’s Way mean to me?
Published 26 March 2013
Finding hidden treasure in the hills of Scotland.
Published 3 January 2013
No pan and no stove? What madness is this?!
Published 10 October 2012
Travelunch’s Pasta Carbonara is in the spotlight. Yumtastic or just tragic? Watch the video and find out.
Published 19 July 2012
Checking out the new ending to the West Highland Way.
Published 5 June 2012
This time we get down with that age old summer time activity of camping with a good tour of my own tent – the Terra Nova Laser Competition.
Published 3 May 2012
Hold on to your camp food because Rambling Man is taste testing again!
Published 15 March 2012
It’s another Rambling Man Camp Food Taste Test, this time putting Travellunch Pasta in a Napoli Sauce to the test.
Published 25 February 2012
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to get a walking/hiking website online? Well frankly there’s less walking involved than you may think!
Published 21 January 2012
The Southern Upland Way, a 212 mile walking route across the Scottish Lowlands, has six such bothies and in the summer of 2011 I visited each one. This video is about them.
Published 13 December 2011
If you saw the launch of my book about the Southern Upland Way last week and wondered, “Hey, what’s all that about?”, well this is the video for you.
Published 5 December 2011
The Rambling Man video camera has been out and about, this time on in Wiltshire and Hampshire on the Clarendon Way.
Published 8 November 2011
Water filter bottles. That’s what this video is all about. NO! DON’T TURN OFF YET! IT’S REALLY GOOD! HONEST!
Published 26 September 2011
In his Pictorial Guide to the Southern Fell Wainwright told his readers to consider Bow Fell one of the best half dozen fells in Lakeland but after failing to ascend it on a visit in May, on the the 16 September 2011 Catherine and myself headed to the Lake District in order to have another go!
Published 2 September 2011
In this edition I try out one another amazing walking/camping food options on the market, namely Uncle Ben’s Spicy Mexican Rice.
Published 7 August 2011
In a break with normal Rambling Man protocol, here’s a video that’s not really anything to do with long distance walking, but instead compares the kind of wildlife you see on walks in Britain, with what we saw in Canada.
Published 2 July 2011
Another video camp food taste test. Is Travellunch’s Hungarian Beef and Noodles any good?
Published 12 June 2011
Whilst on my recent trip to the Lake District (look out for posts on that coming up very soon) I experimented with various “easy to prepare meals” suitable for the solo walker who is camping. And I decided to film the results.
Published 29 May 2011
I recently went on a camping/walking trip to the Lake District. There will be some more blog posts on that, however before that it’s time to enjoy a Rambling Man first. First vlog. And first cup of tea.