- Hadrian’s Coastal Route 5: What spires, what blooms are those?
- Hadrian’s Coastal Route 4: Promenades and Sculptures
- Hadrian’s Coastal Route 3: The Iron Coast
- Hadrian’s Coastal Route 2: Country roads and Clifftops
- Hadrian’s Coastal Route 1: Where the dirt is clean
- Freezing winds on Great Sca Fell
- What’s a Currick?
- Fifty-eight metres off Blencathra summit
- Knockespen – two hills make one
- Skerrow Halt Again
Tag Archives: Hadrian’s Coastal Route
11.2 miles 5h 53 m ascent ?m Maryport-Silloth The was a real coastal walk – sand, shingle and marram grass. The wind was just enough to lift the dog’s ears as he raised his nose to sample the wafting scents … Continue reading
11.0 miles 5h 14m ascent 79m Workington – (just past) Maryport Rain was forecast so I couldn’t say the day’s weather was unexpected, but early morning sunshine had tempted me into hoping otherwise. We began where the last leg left … Continue reading
10.81 miles 4h 57m ascent 114m Whitehaven-Workington No folk fled the flood,no flags furled or spirits failed – one brave soul felled. “Cockermouth and Workington”, Carol Ann Duffy I don’t recall having been to Workington before and having friends in … Continue reading