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Helly Hansen W Bellevue Coat – Review

Hiking throughout the year you’re almost guaranteed that you’re going to need a waterproof coat with you at all times, even if it’s just to keep you warm when it’s windy, temperatures at top of mountains tend to be colder than at the bottom.  Having already tried and loved the Helly Hansen W Welsey Trench […]

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Overseas Hiking Adventure for 2016 – Iceland!

It’s been a long time coming especially since it’s been over 2 years since I did my last overseas challenge Everest Base Camp…time goes so fast!  Trying to organise new adventures has since became a lot tougher since becoming a single mum a little over a year ago, there’s no way I can take a […]

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Walking & Outdoor Shoes from Clarks – Review

I don’t know about you but growing up going to Clarks shoe shop was the place to go, with the exciting metal measuring machine that closed in on your foot as it measured your size, to being disappointed by my wide feet and that I couldn’t get the much sort after princess shoes! (I was […]

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Walking the Lake District: Top 5 walking routes

A true haven for walkers, the picture-perfect mountains, rolling hills and glass-like waters of the Lake District are not to be missed. If you’re planning your next walking holiday, take a look at Shoetique’s guide to the best Lake District walks and for more things to do in the Lake District check out this interactive […]

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Yorkshire Dales – A Family Visit and a Walk from Halton Gill to Hubberholme

On a recent trip to visit relatives to the Yorkshire Dales and discovering that they live literally in the heart of the Dales, we set about doing a nice easy route up and over a hill behind their house in Halton Gill and along the Dales Way Footpath to Hubberholme. But before I get stuck […]

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