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LIVE From 28th Aug 2015 onwards
Lee Harley-Marshall and Robert Proud will attempt to walk the length of the Carpathian Mountains in its entirety including the Little Carpathians also. The expedition will be self funded, in tents without support. We aim to take 4 months to walk approximately 1200 miles through some of Europes last wilderness. We hope you enjoy our journey..
Beacons: 1190 | Distance: 894.5 km | Height Gain: 19,587 m
4th May 2015 - 30th Sep 2015
Starts Monday 4th May 2015 - 3,500 mile cycle route around the coast of England & Wales, including the Channel Islands, IOW and Scilly Isles, visiting every onshore and offshore lighthouse in aid of Shift MS
Beacons: 4692 | Distance: 7,126.8 km | Height Gain: 28,612 m
25th - 26th Jul 2015
On Saturday 25th July, Jo, Rene, Darren, Roger, Nick and I take on the 100km Gurkha Trailwalker 2015 as part of team ‘Gonna Fly Now’. We are taking part in this Epic challenge to raise money for Oxfam and The Gurkha Welfare Trust. We will be walking 2 ½ marathons non-stop on a route that will take in climbs the equivalent over walking over Ben Nevis, Snowdon AND Scarfell Pike.
Beacons: 610 | Distance: 69.9 miles | Height Gain: 7,146 ft
25th - 26th Jul 2015
Yes, this is it - Trailwalker 2015 is here and we are all set to cross the south downs from Petersfield to Brighton, covering 100kms. Thanks everyone for your generosity with donations and words of encouragement!
Beacons: 2315 | Distance: 119.8 km | Height Gain: 5,405 m
8th - 22nd May 2015
The TGO Challenge is an annual self-supported walking event across the Highlands of Scotland, west coast to east coast. It started in 1980 and was the brainchild of the well-known writer and mountaineer, Hamish Brown. The Challenge is held every May and is sponsored by TGO, the walkers' magazine.
Beacons: 9765 | Maps: 11
The Hönig or Honey Hill is a picturesque grassy ridge and peak that overlooks the alpine village of Berwang. Although lower than most surrounding peaks the hike along the ridge to the summit awards fantastic views of several ranges of high mountains around. Ascent on this route is via a river valley with descent via a series of picturesque switchbacks.
Beacons: 452 | Distance: 6.8 miles | Height Gain: 3,737 ft
A quick clamber up from the chair lift to the summit of The Grubigstein followed by an airy ridge walk along the famous Gartner Wand Ridge to the Gartner Wand summit and back. Part protected path, part just don't slip for heaven's sake!
Beacons: 208 | Distance: 3.3 miles | Height Gain: 1,483 ft
The Wetterstein Mountains provide the backdrop for this epic mountain day. The pleasant green pastures of Austria soon give way to craggy spires and dramatic scenery as you cross via the Gatterl (Gate) into German Baravia to ascend to the highest peak in tGermany - The Zugspize.
Beacons: 488 | Distance: 7.5 miles | Height Gain: 5,600 ft
A walk along the scenic shorelines of two lakes the Plansee and Heiterwanger See. Start by taking the boat to Am Plansee at the far northern end of the two Lakes and then following the southern shoreline back before crossing at the canal bridge to pick up the north shore of Heiterwanger back.
Beacons: 466 | Distance: 7.0 miles | Height Gain: 577 ft
The summit behind the mountain. The dominating peak here is the Grünstein but this route heads for the summit cross on the HöllKopf behind before traversing back to the valley via the small summit of the Schachtkopf.
Beacons: 631 | Distance: 9.5 miles | Height Gain: 2,441 ft
The Devon Coast to Coast route starting from Wembury, following the Erme-Plym trail to Ivybridge then the Two Moors Way for the rest of the way, but with detours to pick off the tors that lie close to the path.
Beacons: 668 | Distance: 196.3 km | Height Gain: 4,754 m
The 'Australian Alps Walking Track' is a 650km route that passes through the mountains of Victoria and New South Wales. It is primarily a wilderness style walk as it passes through natural landscapes and there are no major facilities. For more, visit: http://www.johnevans.id.au/Pages/KC/KCAAWT.html
Beacons: 4957 | Distance: 647.9 km | Height Gain: 28,193 m
Beacons: 101 | Distance: 16.8 miles | Height Gain: 6,188 ft
In 1240 King Henry III ordered that Dartmoor Forest, owned by his brother, Richard of Cornwall, should be confirmed by a boundary perambulation. The Sheriff of Devon and 12 knights rode around, and listed 32 waypoints as the boundary. To complete the walk, all points must be visited. For more: http://www.legendarydartmoor.co.uk/peram_bulat.htm
Beacons: 672 | Distance: 84.0 km | Height Gain: 2,529 m
A selection of Coast to Coast (C2C) routes in the Uk. The well known routes are here plus some you may not have seen before. Click on any of the maps titles in the scrollable list on the right to see each individual C2C Route in more detail. GPX files are available to download for each route too.
Beacons: 41073 | Maps: 16
Pilgrimages, pilgrim routes and routes of religious historical interest in the UK. Some of these routes are pilgrimages over 1000 years old whilst others are new routes visiting places of historically religious interests. Click on any map title in the scrollable list on the right for more detail of the selected route.
Beacons: 40821 | Maps: 25
A circular route on the north western Carneddau from Abergwyngregyn. There is a regular bus service along the north Wales coast, should you wish to walk this route without getting to the start by car,.
Beacons: 222 | Distance: 21.6 miles | Height Gain: 5,594 ft