UK Walking Locations - Snowdon Via Y Lliwedd, Snowdonia

UK Walking Locations – Snowdon Via Y Lliwedd, Snowdonia

This is one of the best walks in the Northern Welsh Hills and offers a fantastic ascent of the mountain given that Y Lliwedd is probably the birthplace of Welsh rock climbing and whilst is very much ignored today, it offers some fantastic walking, climbing and views. Our route is not the longest, but does offer a variety of difference … Read More

Yes Tor – Dartmoor, Devon

Yes Tor – Dartmoor, Devon

One of the best walks in the UK right now is the walk to Yes Tor which is the second highest point of Dartmoor in the South West, UK. The highest point is measured at 619 Meters or 2,031 ft above Sea level which makes it second highest to the nearby High WillHays. One point to make right from the … Read More

DartMoor Bogs – Dartmoor, Devon

DartMoor Bogs – Dartmoor, Devon

Dartmoor cover 954 Square Miles of space in Devon, South West England and is considered one of the UK’s finest National Parks and is not only a popular tourist destination, but also used by the British Army as a firing range for the last 200 years. The area is know for it’s “Tors” (Hills Topped with an OutCrops of Bedrock) … Read More

Scafell North-Face – Lake District

Scafell North-Face – Lake District

Are you in the mood for something a little risky? A walk that takes in the sights and sounds of the North of England Country side but also offers the opportunity for a decent walk up to levels around 3,000 Ft? If yes, Scafell Pike is the answer. Scafell Pike is located on the Central-West side of the Lake District … Read More

Steel Fell – Lake District

Steel Fell – Lake District

Steel Fell is one of the worst known, but best Fells that you can walk around in the English lake District and lyes between Thirlmere and Grasmere allow you to clim this fell from either location, however the fell is mostly climbed from the South East Ridge starting at Gill Foot Lane, in Grasmere. It’s a pretty easy walk, however … Read More