Tag Archives: Walking in Yorkshire

…Walking on Roman Roads

There’s still a lot of evidence around England dating back to when we were invaded by the Romans. Many of the roads they laid out are still in use as routes today, some major trunk roads, others little more than … Continue reading

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Walking up Sharp Haw

My walking buddy and I are managing to get out walking most weeks at the moment – weather permitting of course! We’re doing all the local walks which we never quite got round to doing before, one of these was … Continue reading

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Crags and Reservoirs

My friend and I usually go away for a week in June or July to complete a long distance walk, we’ve done quite a few now, they’re usually around 80 to 100 miles so we aim for 12 to 12 … Continue reading

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Cleveland Way

Last weekend I was making up a photo album of our long distance walk and I realised I didn’t get round to sharing the final day with you, so here it is! We started the Cleveland Way in June with … Continue reading

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