Mountains green, pleasant pastures, clouded hills – I love them all. And here you’ll find my end-to-end ‘Across England’ walk, from Land’s End to Berwick-upon-Tweed.
For my trail walks, I’ve divided England into four quadrants. There’s another section for the Across England walk and one with notes on some of the hills that I’ve climbed.
What a varied country we have. The pictures show: approaching Harwich on the Essex Way; the descent from Pen-y-Ghent, Yorkshire Dales; Combe Martin, Cornwall; Oxleas Wood, SE London; High Cup in the Northern Pennines; and Angle Tarn in the Lake District.