Tag Archives: beach

403am Arisaig to Back of Keppoch

I struggle around the beautiful shore of Keppoch, and meet my first unfriendly farmer. Continue reading

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394 Ockle to Singing Sands (Gortenfern)

The landscape ahead is a messy jumble. Rocky fingers reach out into the water like a giant set of talons. Continue reading

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390pm Portuairk to Sanna and Kilchoan

[This walk was completed on the 13th April 2019] I don’t want to leave Portuairk, but know I must press on. I nearly miss the rustic wooden sign that points the way to Sanna.

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305 am Southerness to Sandyhills

Rain showers and a cold wind, but I enjoy my walk to Sandyhills. Continue reading

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304 New Abbey to Southerness

After road walking comes a beach. But the tide is high. Will I find a way through? Continue reading

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286 am Haverigg to Eskmeals Range

This is proper seaside. So much empty space, and such clean, fresh-smelling air. Continue reading

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283am Barrow to Askam-in-Furness

Marsh, sticky mud, pillboxes, slag heaps, and then a surprisingly glorious stretch of empty beach. Continue reading

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263 Formby, Southport, Crossens

I find it amazing that the sea, during its regular ebb and flow, can create so many different textures and surfaces on the same stretch of sands. Continue reading

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262b Crosby to Formby

What a beach! Acres and acres of empty sand, like a desert. Continue reading

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262a Crosby Beach

There are 100 of the figures, stretching for 3 km along the beach and extending for 1 km out to sea. The walking dead, Continue reading

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