May 30, 2007

Bank Holiday – Cov –> leam walk

On monday 28/5 I walked to Whitnash from Tile Hill
The walk was 13.25 miles and I haven’t worked out the ascent yet.
The rain held off but it was damp underfoot (and walking through teh Rape fields). Most footpaths were good but coming off the road at Burton Green the path was very overgrown.

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  1. Mathew Mannion

    That is officially mental

    30 May 2007, 16:44

  2. A jolly little romp – took about 4 1/2 hours including lunch and doing my knee in!

    31 May 2007, 18:55

  3. Do you just walk one way and then catch a bus back? Have been looking at your canal walks and they sound great! What a nice thing to do!

    13 Aug 2007, 17:06

  4. With this walk I was conveniently walking from my house to my fella’s place. Would have bussed back otherwise though. The canal walks I try to start and finish at stations although today I had to make do with a bus to get me into Northampton. The walks are really nice to do but rather tiring on the legs!

    13 Aug 2007, 19:40

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