Enjoying the Peak District One Hill At A Time

Month: September 2016

Gallery of Images from Froggatt Edge

Gallery of Images from Froggatt Edge

Here are some images from a recent walk along Froggatt Edge from Curbar Gap, to the Grouse Inn and back again.

Moskito Guard Wipes Review

Moskito Guard Wipes Review

Before I start just a few words about the company who produces this DEET free product.  They are a reputable international company who produce vaccines and therefore well place to provide an alternative to the diethyltoluamid (DEET) based products on the market. The benefits they […]

Manifold Valley Image Gallery

Manifold Valley Image Gallery

The Manifold Valley is as its name suggests home to the Manifold River. Rising in Staffordshire near Axe edge the river, its valley and surrounding hills provide some of the best scenic walks in the Peak District. The river itself eventually flows into the River […]

EC Technology 22400mAh Power Bank review

EC Technology 22400mAh Power Bank review

I bought the EC Technology 22400mAh Power Bank for our holiday in Crete. Travelling economy means no movies so we binge watched Ripper Street on the plane. That has an impact on your tablet’s battery life so the power bank was a necessity. Since returning […]

Burbage Round Walk

Burbage Round Walk

This walk around Burbage Valley and Burbage edge takes in some of the famous Peak District landmarks and gives you a good workout with its ups & downs. We parked the car up at the southern end of Stannage Edge just west of the Fiddler’s […]

Merrell MOAB GTX Beluga Walking Trainer Review

Merrell MOAB GTX Beluga Walking Trainer Review

I finally admitted that Summer had actually happened about six weeks ago and decided that my walking boots really could do with replacing. They were getting a bit warm for the weather and when they actually started falling to pieces I had no choice but […]

Carsington Water

Carsington Water

This is a good destination if you are interested in water sports or bird watching as it’s an RSPB nature reserve too. We chose to park up at the Visitor Centre on the west bank of Carsington Water, just off the B5035.  Here they offer […]