Posts Tagged ‘Hiking’

Guernsey: Fermain Bay to Moulin Huet
April 30th, 2017

Oh Guernsey, you beautiful island! From St Peters Port, we took the bus to Fermain Bay, where we met up with the coast trail heading clockwise toward Moulin Huet Bay. It took a few hours and was a little rainy, but the trail was amazing.
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Slovakia: Hiking in the High Tatras
September 4th, 2016

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I came to Slovakia because I was desperate to hike somewhere interesting on my own. Despite a rainy weather forecast, I decided to hit the trail anyway. The High Tatras are perfectly set up for solo-hiking, it’s well marked, there’s transport at the trailheads, and there are lodges along the way to stop or stay at.
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Lake District: Cumbrian Mountains
March 29th, 2016


Over Easter weekend, I finally crossed the Lake District off my to-do list. Unfortunately, the weather was an English disaster.
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Austria: Hiking Wildes Mannle
October 6th, 2015

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The day after our first hike, we were feeling pretty still and sore and I recall waddling to our (awesome) buffet breakfast (your typical european spread of meats, cheese, bread, and muesli) and looking forward to what was promised to be an easier hike than yesterday. Take it easy, they said. It will be short, they said.
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Austria: Hiking to Similaun Hut
October 5th, 2015

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We used Vent as our home base for two days of gorgeous hiking in the Austria Alps. We did two full day hikes, one of either side of the valley. It was such a gorgeous area it made me not even feel bad I wasn’t in the High Sierras.
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Wales: Mt Snowdon, Snowdonia
June 7th, 2015

Snowdown Pig Trail
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Wales: Tryfan, Snowdonia
June 7th, 2015

The Cannon
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Hiking: The Sussex Weald
April 26th, 2015

Hiking Party

I spent another nice day walking with the Outdoor-a-holics group. This time it was a 22 km (14 mi) walk through The Sussex Weald, around the Ardingly reservoir, and under the Ouse Valley Viaduct (AKA lots of farm land).
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Hiking: The Seven Sisters
April 12th, 2015


This Saturday, after unwisely staying out until 2am drinking and dancing and generally having an amazing time with work peeps, I drug my ass to Victoria Station at 8am to join a big meetup group for a 13 mile hike along the southern coast of England.
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Ireland: Powerscourt Waterfall
April 10th, 2015

Powerscourt Waterfall
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