Sheffield Pike

  So once again many months have past since my last blog post and i apologise to my 4 readers. Ive been on a few walks since my last posts, and today I’m going to tell you all about Sheffield Pike. Now Sheffield pike (675m) is a rarely walked mountain that is overshadowed by its…

Scafell Pike

So, last weekend we finally went to the Lake District to climb Scafell Pike; that’s right the highest mountain in England. This isn’t the first time we planned to do this, but this time we actually went! Myself , Lou, Jamie, Josh & Peter drove up from Stratford-upon-Avon and met up with Claire, Sim, Dan…

Map of the Mountains

I’ve created a map of the mountains i have climbed so far so you can hopefully watch as the dots spring up over time and i can remember what i have actually climbed. View Dingoes Mountains in a larger map

Craig Martland and his walking friends

Peak District Walks Part 1

  Back in February I visited the Peak District with a group of friends for the week (for my wonderful fiancee’s birthday) and we took to exploring this lovely national park on foot. Our first walk started at the village of Ipstone and took us on a 5 mile circular route through woodlands, along rivers…

The Cotswold Way – Part Three

Its been a fair few weeks since i did a section of the Cotswold way due to a variety of reasons, not leased that both peter and myself have spent some time on holiday but we finally got round to continuing our walk. The third section of our walk takes us from our last stop in…

The Cotswold Way – Part Two

After completing the first leg of the Cotswold way, the following weekend came upon us very quickly and we pushed ourselves into the second leg of this walk, fortunately the second section only demanded a 8 mile walk but with me nursing a mild cold even this would seem like a long way. First thing…