Walk With Me.

It's the start of a brand new year and there's big things on the horizon for me. To start with I'm in full planning mode for my trip in May and it's going to be a BIG trip with lots of highlights. There's a weekend retreat to kick it off, a 10 day walk along Hadrian's...

Lukla Airport – up in the clouds.

When I made the decision to trek to Everest Base Camp to celebrate my 60th birthday in 2013 I don't really think that I thought it through, it was one of those 'it seemed like a good idea at the time' moments. As it turned out it was one of the most exhilarating and...

Three Capes Track, Tasmania

I must admit to being a bit slack lately with updating this blog - and for that my apologies to you all, my bad. But I do have something to update you with now, a few weeks ago, along with Kim who did the last Everest trek with me, I took on the Three Capes Track in...

The Cape to Cape Track

The Cape to Cape track is one of Western Australia's most stunning walks and before I go any further I'll apologise now for my overuse of adjectives in this post. I recently spent six days walking this track with two friends and was astounded by the stunning coast,...

Nepal is open for business.

As some of you may know I was in Nepal when the country was rocked by the major earthquake on 25th April this year. I’d completed my trek and was sitting in the lobby of my hotel when the earth, quite literally, moved and it’s not an experience I’d ever want to...

Gokyo Ri – climbing a mountain.

It’s almost impossible to define when a hill becomes a mountain. I’ll not go into the differing opinions (you’ve got Google for that) but in my opinion any peak that stands over 5000 metres above sea level is definitely a mountain. And when that peak is in the middle...

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