Three Points of the Compass does like to get his teeth into a decent length of trail when he can. Not all of these are the official long-distance ‘National Trails’ in England, Wales and Scotland however. But it is my aim to slowly work through as many of those over time. Thirteen completed to date, however I doubt I’ll ever knock them all off.
Below are a handful of links to a few blogs I’ve written of just a few of my hikes- including a little on gear, food and water sources etc.
- Cleveland Way- National Trail
- Great Glen Way- A Scottish Great Trail
- Gritstone Trail
- Icknield Way
- London Countryway
- London Jubilee Walkway
- London LOOP
- Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path- National Trail
- The Pilgrims Way
- The Ridgeway- National Trail
- South Downs Way– National Trail
- Water sources on the South Downs Way
- Speyside Way– A Scottish Great Trail
- The Tabular Hills Walk
- The Wealdway
- Yorkshire Wolds Way– National Trail
- Isle of Sheppey- the birthplace of British Aviation
- Isle of Thanet- a daywalk looking for Vikings and Hovercraft
- Medway Valley Walk
- The Miner’s Way
- My ‘not-so-local local walk‘
- Saxon Shore Way
- Swale Heritage Trail– medieval churches on the North Kent Marshes
A hike across mainland Britain
- My 2018 Three Points of the Compass walk, across England, Wales and Scotland, took in the furthest mainland compass points South, South West, West, North West, North and North East, I also walked Lands End to John O’Groats within this longer hike. Some longer trails were included in this- South West Coast Path, Offas Dyke Path. Pennine Way, West Highland Way and the Cape Wrath Trail.
- Summary of my 2018 ‘Three Points of the Compass‘ walk across the UK.
- Offas Dyke Path
- Canary Islands
- Menorca– the GR223- Camí de Cavalls
- Nijmegen Vierdagse (International Four Days Marches Nijmegen)