Category Archives: Bivy Bag
The Broads National Park Authority have accepted that my information is correct and they are now in the process of changing their information regards the highest point of the National Park. My claim to fame – I discovered the summit … Continue reading
Last Thursday when I spent the night in my bivy bag at the most Easterly point of the West Riding I completed my challenge to spend a night at the five extreme points of the West Riding. North – Docker … Continue reading
On Thursday 2nd July I spent the night in my bivy bag at the Easternmost point of the West Riding which is near to the Adlingfleet Drain, south of Blacktoft Sands on the River Trent.
The tripoint of County Durham, Cumberland and Northumberland is the watershed on Slate Hill, Nenthead. In the photo below the tripoint can be seen at the post to the left of the photo. A cairn is slowly being built to the … Continue reading
The tripoint of Lancashire, Westmorland and Yorkshire is marked by the county stone. In the photo below Yorkshire is to the right of the wall (the largest part of course), Westmorland is to the top left and Lancashire the bottom left. … Continue reading
Last night I slept at the Westernmost point of the East Riding at Wharfe’s Mouth Ness near Cawood. What a great place for a night in my bivy bag.
County: Berwickshire Highest Point: Meikle Says Law Shoulder Height (ft): 1,746 Height (m): 532 Grid Reference: NT581616 Dates Slept On: 20/21 January 2014 In the distance is my tent on the highest point of East Lothian
Having previously spent a night in January 2011 on the “elbow” of Spurn Point, the Easternmost point of the East Riding and Yorkshire, I welcomed the opportunity to spend a night at the Southernmost point of the East Riding Spurn Point – … Continue reading
Bush Ground is the county top of Huntingdonshire. Bush Ground is a field of which is part of Bottom Farm, at Covington. The field runs up to the border with Northamptonshire (and is just north of the three shires point … Continue reading