Pembrokeshire Coast: St Davids Head – Marloes Sands

12th - 17th January 2022 Image from the Hiiker app Day 43 - 44 Rest Day: St. Davids My parents had visited St. Davids a few years ago and had absolutely loved it. I'd been recommended to spend some time there if I could. It hadn't been my initial intention, but I had needed to … Continue reading Pembrokeshire Coast: St Davids Head – Marloes Sands

Pembrokeshire Coast: Cardigan – St David’s Head

7th - 11th January 2022 Image from the Hiiker app Day 38 Cardigan - Ceibwr Bay 8 miles/1652 ft total ascent The sleeping pad had arrived by ten thirty and I was off again. I gave the Mountain Warehouse behemoth to a homeless man after awkwardly rambling about how I didn't know if this was … Continue reading Pembrokeshire Coast: Cardigan – St David’s Head

Meirionnydd Coast: Porthmadog – Clarach

27th - 31st December 2021 Image from the Hiiker app Day 27 Porthmadog - Harlech 12 miles/2027959 ft total ascent I could see the dunes of Harlech sands as a rumpled clutch of hazy shadows across the Glaslyn estuary. This would be the estuary that began my hatred of the coast path estuaries. Where previously … Continue reading Meirionnydd Coast: Porthmadog – Clarach

Llyn Peninsula: Aberdaron – Porthmadog

22nd - 26th December 2021 Image from the Hiiker app Day 22 Aberdaron - Cilan 15 miles/2027 ft total ascent Each day would now gain another two minutes of daylight, It doesn't sound like a lot in isolation, but it meant that in a month's time, when I would inevitably still be on trail, I'd … Continue reading Llyn Peninsula: Aberdaron – Porthmadog

Llyn Peninsula: Y Felinheli – Aberdaron

17th - 21st December 2021 Image from the Hiiker app Day 17 Y Felinheli - Dinas Dinlle 11 miles/410 ft total ascent I had looked at today's route on the map last night and become concerned that it was ending somewhere relatively exposed with enough houses, caravans and minor roads to make wildcamping difficult. I … Continue reading Llyn Peninsula: Y Felinheli – Aberdaron

Anglesey: Church Bay – Y Felinheli

17th - 21st December 2021 Image from the Hiiker app Day 12 Church Bay - Holyhead 16 miles/941 ft total ascent I slept like I'd been poisoned and it was so nice to sleep hearing the sounds of the sea again rather than the howling of the wind. The Landlady made me up a brew … Continue reading Anglesey: Church Bay – Y Felinheli

Anglesey: Beaumaris – Church Bay

5th - 11th December 2021 Image from the Hiiker app Day 6 Beaumaris - Benllech 16 miles/1819 ft total ascent Grassy paths took me away from Beaumaris in the early light; the daunting slumber of the mountains across the strait a crooked, high silhouette. Where the sky was blue over there, but for the morning … Continue reading Anglesey: Beaumaris – Church Bay

North Wales Coast: Chester – Beaumaris

1st - 5th December 2021 Image from Hiiker app Day 1 Chester – Whelston 15 miles/426 ft total ascent Storm Arwen had barely completed her ice ridden scream through the country when I set off at dawn from a hostel in Chester. I honestly had not been too sure at all what sort of a … Continue reading North Wales Coast: Chester – Beaumaris

Rocky Rambles: 10 Remarkable Geosites

This is a scheduled post. I am currently walking the Wales Coast Path to raise money for the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team. (Update: I completed the Wales Coast Path on 7th February 2022 and raised £1,300) It seems everyone last year, myself included, went to Skye and went about making the Old Man of Storr … Continue reading Rocky Rambles: 10 Remarkable Geosites

A Brief History Of Mountain Rescue

This is a scheduled post. I am currently walking the Wales Coast Path to raise money for the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team. (Update: I completed the Wales Coast Path on 7th February 2022 and raised £1,300) There was not one incident, nor one meeting amongst some group of government officials around a long and polished … Continue reading A Brief History Of Mountain Rescue