Tag: walking

Arthur’s Pass National Park

Hi! We have been waiting to write and post this blog since last Wednesday but a delay with our Wi-Fi installation and general business of moving house (again) have prevented us finding even an hour to write. We took our first road trip in…

Lake District Walk: Stickle Tarn

We’ve just had a wonderful long weekend glamping in Great Langadale and on the Saturday we hiked up the Stickle Tarn. It is a lovely National Trust path which leads to breath-taking views of Langdale and Lake Windermere beyond. You can find more details…

Ribble Valley Walk: Hodder Bridges

  Last weekend we were incredibly lucky to have beautiful weather, and with a new book full of walks we haven’t yet tried we were champing at the bit to get out and explore. I found this book in Clitheroe Books, a shop in town which…

Ribble Valley Walk: Mitton Loop

We used to live in Whalley and this loop was on our doorstep so we walked it frequently. It’s a lovely walk which can take as little as an hour to do if you’re quick. With a toddler in tow and a few stops…

Ribble Valley Walk: Brungerly Bridge

We had the luxury of a sunny spring Friday off work so the baby bear and I headed out for a walk along the River Ribble. We usually plan short walks under 5 miles as Kitty likes to get out and explore and this…