Tag Archives: Wild camping

Walking to the Mine: A hike to Rhosydd Quarry, Snowdonia.

The mist had come in the night. As we had climbed higher the grey damp had all but swallowed us, transporting us through time. No roads, power lines or houses visible, just us and the path beneath our feet, cut … Continue reading

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The birth of a new day, dawn on the East Coast.

Sizewell, Suffolk. 28th September. There are few things more beautiful than a coastal dawn. Above the waves, a glow on the horizon. Then a spark of light that becomes a globe of fire, pulling itself free of the sea.  All … Continue reading

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The House on the Bank of the Maiden’s Pool. A night in an abandoned hamlet.

High in Southern Snowdonia lies a forgotten plateau. It’s a beautiful, wild place. It rains hard and often. The wind bends trees. There are footpaths shown on the map but in reality they are lost, covered in heather or swallowed … Continue reading

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