Happy New Year: 2012 in walks

2012 has been a great year for my walking. In June I completed Hadrian’s wall from Wallsend to Bowness on Solway for the MS Society and in August I did the Dales Way from Ilkley to Bowness on Windermere for the British Lung Foundation. I also had walking weekends throughout the year in Rothbury, Craster, Bamburgh and Wooler in Northumberland, Berwick on Tweed in the borders, and Coniston in Cumbria. As well as completing my first distance trails, I also completed my first three Wainwrights and bought my first tent which will change the way I approach walking.

In 2013 I am planning to walk the Pennine Way for Crisis UK which I am really looking forward to. Realising that I can combine my favourite activity with fundraising is a win win combination. Apart from the Pennine Way, my wishlist for 2013 includes the Cumbria Way, the St. Cuthberts Way, the St. Oswalds Way and a trail in Scotland, if resources allow.

There are so many walks I would like to do and the list seems to grow rather than diminish as I hear other people’s suggestions and read blogs of their distance walks. I would like to thank everyone, especially on Twitter, for reading and for all the suggestions and conversations during the last year. I wish you a very happy new year and hope that 2013 will see you fulfil some of your dreams too.

About rucksackrose

I enjoy wild places, walking, hiking, camping, writing and good chat.
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One Response to Happy New Year: 2012 in walks

  1. Sally Kelly says:

    Just came over to say hello, i like to do a little bit of walking myself so it will be nice to follow your blog… Hope 2013 is a fit and healthy one for you x

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