My Walks in England

Outside of the Lake District I have walked in many areas, but not always with a camera. The West Pennines was a happy stomping ground in the eighties and nineties before the days of the digital camera. The Peak District is also within easy reach and I must start retracing my footsteps a little more. Chasing Wainwrights makes me neglect other areas, but I'm putting that right slowly. Some of the links below are not yet available, and some will take you to my old blog site - oh to be able to catch up with the backlog

Alsopp Castles - A big landslip close to the Snake Pass Derbyshire

Attermire Scar from Settle - A visit to a Limestone area and the Hoffman Lime Kilns

Beeston Castle - A motte and Bailey castle on the Cheshire plains

The Bowland Fells - an area of outstanding natural beauty

Dedham - Constable painted the Hay Wain here

Dovedale - in the heart of the Peak District

The Dragons Back - Parkhouse Hill and Chrome Hill in Derbyshire

Dunkenshaw Fell - a bog trot over Pennine moors

Golden Cap - Dorsets coastal high point

Harthope Burn - below The Cheviot in Northumberland

The Howgills - a snowy jaunt up Green Bell

Ingleborough - One of the three peaks, a fine limestone landscape

The Jurassic Coast - a walk along the heritage coastline

Malham Tarn - a wintry walk amongst limestone pavement

Routin Linn - fine rock art and carvings in Northumberland

Shutlingsloe - a mini Matterhorn in Cheshire

Sheepstor - One of Dartmoors finest tor's

Stoke by Nayland - Constable country on the Essex / Suffolk border

Wooler - Rock art at Buttony