Mud, daffodils and lambs along the footpaths. Spring is sunny and muddy in the English countryside
Footpaths and bridleways make walking and running fun – you don't have to follow the roads. But all paths in England are not yet officially recorded.
It is time to go to the hills when it snows in England. Sharp Edge is a popular and fun ridge up to Blencathra in the Lake District.
Armathwaite is a lovely village in Cumbria with a pretty woodland area for walking a climbing
My quick visit to the Coniston copper mines to check out the blue walls and the spot where a bomb was once found.
On our first day out climbing, my current boyfriend started reciting a tale of an assassination attempt that happened in the Coniston Copper mines in the mid-1990s
Easy cave and tunnel fun exploring Cathedral Quarries in the Lake District
We spend our first night in our new-old van last week. Sleeping by the road is not as nice as putting a tent up in the woods but the occasional night in the van can be great.
A wee walk climbing to Helvellyn twice with a swim in between. A good way to spend a sunny day – however, it is likely to be busy in the summer.
The Borrowdale Graphite Mine is not just any mine: it is the only graphite mine in England. Its dark tunnels on the hillside remind of its surprising history.