About

Hi,

Apart from my family my two passions in life are walking and food. I love exploring new routes and blogging for all to share. The blogs that i will share on this site range from my early days of blogging when i walked from Bournemouth Pier to Eastbourne Pier to more recently some foodie treks. I have also walked from London City to Portsmouth following  the canals that once linked this route and created a new long distance footpath called ‘London’s Lost Route to the Sea’, apart from all the blogs on here a detailed route can be found at London’s Lost Route to the Sea

I hope you enjoy reading these blogs and even more so trying out the treks.

2 comments

  1. andy james · March 11

    I cant find a way on your website to ask this question:
    re your Chichester walls route, how much of it can be enjoyed by my wife on her mobility scooter (with me able to lug it up a few steps from time to time)?
    andy

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    • Simon · March 11

      Hi Andy, thanks for your question and i am pleased that you may go on the walls walk too. Most of the route is accessible and access to the walls are via sloping ground. The only place where you would need to double back as you wouldn’t be able to descend the steps are on the East Walls section near the old Shipphams site. Hope that helps and if you have any further questions then please feel free to ask. Many Thanks, Simon

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