Tag Archives: long distance trail

Planning the South Downs Way

It’s almost one month to the day of which I aim to be starting my six-day trek along the South Downs Way National Trail. I’m looking forward to the experience, even though I’ve only very recently sat down to plan my daily routes and the itinerary, with regards to camping along the way.

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Severn Way: Gloucester

Saturday 24th November 2018

Three weeks after leaving the trail near Elmore, I returned to my journey along the Severn Way, having started the day in Gloucester and followed the canal towpath to the point at which I previously left off.

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Severn Way: Frampton-On-Severn to Upper Framilode

Saturday 14th April 2018

Following a two-month absence from the trail, I returned to my walk along the Severn Way long-distance footpath, which I’ll be following as far north as Tewkesbury.

This walk would begin at Frampton-on-Severn in Gloucestershire, which isn’t precisely where the previous walk ended but, reasonable car parks are hard to find, as someone who doesn’t know the area overly well. I can fill in the brief void of towpath another time.

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Severn Way: Oldbury to Berkeley

Saturday 2nd December 2017

In my previous post, I signalled an intention for 2018; to walk more of the Severn Way long-distance footpath.

This is a walk from early December, when I first put that plan in to practice. In this post, I’ll share the route along the Way. In a future post, I’ll show you my return route to complete the circuit to my car.

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