Switzerland: Fiescheralp to Moosfluh

Diane and I arrived in Switzerland to some miserable weather, but our first day of walking proved to be a dry one. First things first, we took the cable car from Fiesch to the Eggishorn, via Fiescheralp, to view the Aletsch Glacier. We made our way up to the summit at 2927m, me a littleContinue reading “Switzerland: Fiescheralp to Moosfluh”

Dartmoor Forest Perambulation Part Three: Runnage to Princetown

Foiled by the weather, a month ago, in our attempt to walk the Dartmoor Perambulation in three straight days, we returned, minus Simon and Cat, who had to work. We left Halwill Junction Base Camp early, making the hour journey to Runnage, driving into Dartmoor on a magical morning. With sunshine and mist, the coloursContinue reading “Dartmoor Forest Perambulation Part Three: Runnage to Princetown”

Dartmoor Forest Perambulation Part Two: Belstone to Runnage

The last thing you want to do after a full breakfast in the Tors Pub is tackle a climb, but it had to be done if we were going to be successful in completing the Dartmoor Perambulation. Leaving Belstone, we dropped down into the cleave, crossed the Taw, then began the ascent to Boundary MarkContinue reading “Dartmoor Forest Perambulation Part Two: Belstone to Runnage”

Dartmoor Forest Perambulation Part One: Princetown to Belstone

We left the comfort of the Fox Tor Bunkhouse in Princetown at 8:30 am and headed off in the mist to North Hessary Tor. Six of us, with only myself with any comprehension of what was to come, having walked most of it before. For those not in the know about the Perambulation of Dartmoor,Continue reading “Dartmoor Forest Perambulation Part One: Princetown to Belstone”