Tagged: c2c

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Dodgey Knee

Why Dodgey Knee? My knees always seem to incur some damage, no matter what I do. On the Pennine Way I punctured my kneecap falling on some rocks. I used to practice a martial art, and I wrenched my knee. We bought a giant dog and he wrenched my knee....

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Father Shaun

I have had a passion for walking since my early teens when I first visited the Lake District with my church youth group. We stayed in a Youth Centre at the foot of the Kirkstone Pass, in the beautiful valley of Patterdale, near the tiny lake of Brotherswater. It was...

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Phil Dean

In March 2009 I read a journal on the Walking Places website written by a woman about my age who had walked the Coast to Coast with her mother. Although this was a feat in itself it was more the feeling of freedom and adventure the words conveyed that had...

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Countryfile

First of all I should point out that this was my second trip across the C2C. I was joined by a colleague from work Scott, for the whole trip and a long time pal Craig who could only do the Lakes section. We are all 40 and reasonably fit, though...

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Roger Goadby

A few months ago, in my 65th year, I decided that I should do something which was not easily attainable and which would help worthwhile charities. I heard somebody talking about “Wainwrights Coast to Coast Walk” purportedly the most difficult recognised walk in this country. Go to this Journal

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Deborah and Gwen

Deborah, 44, daughter of Gwen, married to Mel with 3 teenage children, freelance photographer, living in Sheffield, loves all outdoor activities. Gwen, 75, mother to Deborah, married to David, 2 grown up children and 4 grandchildren, retired teacher, living in Mid-Wales, enjoys walking and gardening.   Go to this Journal