Take two walkers hiking the East Highland Way, and give them a wobbly suspension bridge across the River Spean in the West Highlands of Scotland, and you get a hilarious tale, a thrilling video and many laughs along the way. Unfortunately that video was done by someone else.
A rather non-descript fell completes the Blencathra group, although a delightful tarn allows for some celebration.
With some nice crags, and a truly excellent cairn, can there be a finer place to visit than Bannerdale Crags?
Walking is what it's all about. Well this site anyway.
So delve on in and read the journeys I've taken on various long distance routes in the United Kingdom, by selecting a walk below:
Don’t go there, says Wainright. But we must because you put it in your book, says the fell bagger.
Surely the highlight of any tour of the Blencathra range is this one; a fell that Wainwright counted as one of his favourites.
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One of the best things about walking is all the great views you get to see. So why not head off on a photographic tour of the walks I've been on?
Waterproofs, rucksacks, tents and all sorts of other stuff that you may want to equip yourself with when you head out.
Across Britain are a network of long distance footpaths and trails. Rambling Man is a website dedicated to telling the tales of one Andrew Bowden as he walks some of those paths.