Don't want to read on the website? Well fear not dear reader, for you can buy books covering the tales of several of my walks.
You can buy them from all major ebook stores, and many are also available as PDFs. And occassionally we even do print copies too!
Published 12 March 2011
If you’re after hiking, beer, viaducts and rivers, Doing the Dales Way is the e-book for you as one man heads to the hills to walk from Ilkley to Windermere on the Dales Way. Why? Well why not?
Published 25 February 2011
The truly inspirational, heart-warming and awe-inspiring e-book of two white able-bodied thirty somethings who follow hundreds of other people walking from one side of the country to another, just because Alfred Wainwright thought it was a good idea.
Published 28 January 2015
The lure of the East Highland Way was so strong that some people just have to hoist rucksacks on their backs, and rush to the train station with a good friend to do it. And who wouldn’t?
Published 13 July 2016
There was beauty to be find in the boundaries of the capital, of that I was sure. So I set off to find it by walking the LOOP. Along the way I found London really was hiding some wonderful gems.
Published 23 October 2013
Andrew Bowden was unemployed and getting tired. Tired of looking for jobs. Tired of thinking about what to say for interviews. Tired of visiting the Job Centre to justify why they should give him some money. Tired of sitting in front of the computer all day waiting for that elusive offer of gainful employment to appear. Tired. So very tired. And that was just after three weeks of doing it.
Published 19 March 2013
The Ridgeway. An 87 mile route with ancient forts, barrows, white horses, monuments and more. Or, alternatively, rural pubs playing trance music and revelations about 1980s television programme Button Moon, that shake you to the core.
Published 22 March 2017
In 1996 the Thames Path National Trail opened up; a walking trail that would take the walker between the source of the Thames in rural Gloucestershire, and the Thames Barrier on the eastern side of London.
Published 30 April 2015
For over 60 years walkers have been drawn to the Pennine Way’s journey across wild and empty moorland, murky bogs, cloud covered summits and endless rain. Yet somehow it has a hypnotic charm that persuades people to walk it, even if they never intended to do so.
Published 6 December 2011
From one side of the Scotland to another on the coast to coast route that cuts right across the Scottish Lowlands, but which few seem to have heard of.
Published 19 March 2013
Want to escape the monarchy on a weekend of Royal Wedding madness? What better way to do it than to follow a trail named after the last Welsh Prince of Wales.