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Wales Coast Path: Criccieth to Pwllheli

July 13, 2014
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Date walked: 12th May 2014 Distance: 11 miles Cumulative “official” total of miles walked along The Wales Coast Path: 612 (A guide to the whole path published by St David’s Press in May 2014 claims that the route is 892 miles) The website of the Wales Coast Path is http://www.walescoastpath.gov.uk/default.aspx OS map required:  Explorer 254- lleyn Peninsula […]

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The Dales Way: Day 2 – Burnsall to Buckden (13.8 miles)

July 15, 2013
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      Walked 12th June 2013 Distance walked (including our detour) 16 miles I used Colin Speakman’s book “Dales Way” to crib the occasional note for the blog. Those interested in The Dales Way might like to look up the Dales Way Association website. All the photographs were taken on an iphone 5, the images subsequently cropped […]

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The Dales Way: Day 1- Ilkley to Burnsall (13 miles)

June 11, 2013
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A circular walk around Fedw Wood, Devauden, Monmouthshire (The Anne Wareham/Melvyn Bragg “In our Time” Walk)

December 24, 2012
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Date Walked 16th December 2012 Approximate distance: 2 miles Terrain. Flat wide paths with gently slopes. One very short section by the road Starting point: Entrance to Fedw Wood, near Devauden, between Devauden and St Arvans This is a walk that Anne has started doing on her own in the winter for want of exercise.  […]

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Copyright Charles Hawes (2012)