Peak district walks

The Peak District has a wide range of walks in different types of terrain.  These can be divided up into various categories, for example, short walks, limestone dales, moorlands and Gritstone edges.  Because there is such a vast number of walks, we will look at a couple that we feel are the best, just to give you a taste of Peak District walks. Continue reading “Peak district walks” »

Fell walking

Fell walking is a common term in Britain used to describe walking on hills and valleys. It can include lots of different types of terrain, from low lying coastal areas to the higher mountain peaks. Probably one of the most popular places in the British Isles would be the Lake District in Cumbria, boasting some of the most beautiful scenery and finest walks around. Continue reading “Fell walking” »

Hardest mountain to climb

There are thousands and thousands of mountains in the world today, if not millions.  Many of these will be fairly easy climbs, and you will not need to be extremely well trained or need extensive knowledge of the area to allow you to climb them.  However, there is a small percentage of the mountains on the earth that only more experienced climbers should tackle.  There isn’t exactly one hardest mountain to climb, so its quite hard to give a precise and clear answer to what it is. Continue reading “Hardest mountain to climb” »