- The Grand Norfolk Hike – a tour around the edge of Norfolk : COMPLETED!
- The Great Ouse Odyssey – from mouth to source
- The Ouse Cut-off Channel Expedition – here be dragons!
- King’s Cross to Birmingham along the Grand Union Canal
- Hit the North! – From Ely to ‘The North’ in stages
- The Wild Wash Wander – Into England’s ‘Empty Quarter’
- Icknield Way Path – from Knettishall Heath in Norfolk to Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire
- The Boudicca Way : COMPLETED!
Map of walks so far
2012 : Red / 2013 : Yellow / 2014 : Blue
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2 thoughts on “Expeditions”
As a fellow Suffolk walker (I live near Bury St Edmunds), I was very pleased to come across your blog recently.
I found your articles to be very entertaining and well written, thanks for all the good content.
I am planning a little wild-camping myself, albeit with a tent rather than a basha, but am unsure of where to start. Can you suggest any areas where I can give it a try?
Thanks for your kind words about my blog.
Finding Wild Camping locations is a big part of the fun of it (in my opinion). I usually start with Google Maps and look for woods or river banks with a few trees or an isolated piece of coastline. I’ll then switch to an OS map and compare the two. Once I’ve found a place I like the look of I’ll do some research online and see whos wood it is and what risk I might be taking by staying the night.
Gosh, there’s a lot I could say about this, perhaps I’ll do a blog post on the matter. The most important thing of all though is, of course, leave no trace.
Hope this helps