Why blog about Hiking?
The outdoors has been my absolute passion for a number for over 10 years. It has also helped me get through some of the darkest times in my life, and given me the most amazing friends.
I want to share my experience, journeys, and stories from my time outdoors.
From the blog
An overview of my recent wild camps and how it’s helping me train for my Macmillan mighty hike! Continue reading Training via Wild Camping – Embracing Freedom!Keep reading
A recorded video from my recent Instagram Live video with mountain leader Keith White. In this video we have a candid conversation about mountains and mental health, sharing our own experience of how mountains have helped us and what we are doing during lockdown to stay sane! Continue reading Mountains and Mental HealthKeep reading
Living in the digital age has its pros and cons. There have been links to social media and the rise of Mental Health problems in young adults. But social media can also have a positive influence on us, and help us meet likeminded people. So is it helpful or harmful? Continue reading Instagram – Full of inspiration or expectation?Keep reading
Geocaching, is basically a real outdoor treasure hunt! It provided me with many fun walks and has been a great way of getting my little niece and nephew into the outdoors!
Here is me sharing what the game is all about and why its so much fun! Continue reading Adults can treasure hunt too!Keep reading
An insight into an anxious mind. The mountains being the only place I felt I was able to go free from anxiety – the only door open to me. Continue reading The only door that stayed open…. led to the mountainsKeep reading
An honest piece about battling body image whilst doing a sport you love. Continue reading You need strong legs for hiking! The walker’s body dilemma…Keep reading
My introduction to hiking maybe differs from some. Most people get into hobbies because of family influence/what you have grown up doing. I wish that was the case for me. I’m not going to hide the fact that I am a little bitter about my upbringing, and I don’t want to be the cliché that… Continue reading The black sheep of the family….a hiker against all odds.Keep reading