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Chew Valley Waterfall Walk

Sunday 1st January 2017

My first walk of the year began at the western edge of Chew Valley Lake, where car parking is free and small numbers flock to admire and throw bread at the native birds.

I arrived here in search of an elusive waterfall… Many miles far from the Brecon Beacons! Hoping to find a trig point along the way.

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Lilstock to Blue Anchor (Part 1)

Saturday 14th May 2016

Having left the horror of Hinkley Point behind us, we were set to continue further along the England Coast Path, moving ever closer to the western end of the South West Coast Path.

Without any inland diversion awaiting our next steps, this would become our first full and proper coastal walk since crossing the beaches of Berrow and Burnham-on-Sea, back in September.

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Exploring Waterfall Country

Bank Holiday Monday 25th May 2015

I’m somewhat relieved to be able to recount this walk here on my blog, as if I were to produce a video in this moment, I would fail stupendously to correctly pronounce many of the Welsh words and names you are like to find below. From the title, you should have an idea of what’s to follow in the photos. This was officially our last day in Wales. We’d already packed up and departed from the campsite before this walk began. You could view it as a convenient means of deterring the long drive home however, from having seen it myself, I can only now hoister it as an essential pit stop! Read more of this post

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