A cape to cape WALK
A 1250 mile backpacking adventure through Britain ...
After crossing the Severn Road Bridge into Wales, I follow the Wye Valley and the Offa’s Dyke Path northwards along the beautiful Welsh Borders, passing Tintern Abbey. At Monmouth I turn to the north-west and discover the stunning Black Hills that hide the ruined but hauntingly beautiful Llanthony Priory. From there I continue along Offa’s Dyke to Knighton and on to the delightful Shropshire village of Clun.
Crossing into Derbyshire at Uttoxeter I then head into limestone country, following a succession of half-hidden limestone dales to Castleton before dropping down to Edale for the start of the Pennine Way.
Sunrise on Offas Dyke
Wye Valley at Redbrook
Amanda & Family
Shropshire Borders Nr Knighton
Brendas cat stalking 100 million year-old fossil turtle
Much Wenlock Abbey
Trent & Mersey Canal
St Bertrams Bridge
Church of the Holy Cross, Ilam
Limestone Arch, Dovedale
Monsal Trail in old railway tunnel, Miller's Dale
It's that way!
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Stage 1 - South West England
Stage 2 - Welsh Borders to Derbyshire Dales
Stage 3 - The Pennine Way
Stage 4 - Southern Uplands to Scottish Highlands
Stage 5 - Cape Wrath Trail
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