The Great North Trail is a long-distance off-road trail from the Peak District to Cape Wrath or John o’ Groats, covering a distance of 1327.71km, (825 miles).
Over the next couple of years or so, (in between other adventures), Rhona and I plan to see how much of this route, (in no particular order), can be done by a blind guy and his guide #BLINDRIDER #GUIDERIDER
As we only have the 1 vehicle, the majority of the route will have to be done “there and back”, meaning that by the time we finish, we may well have done almost double the distance.
Follow our progress below, and maybe we’ll bump into you, (not literally, I hope), along the way.
This was an EXPLORATION of the Great North Trail.
Yes, “EXPLORATION” has a certain ring to it, don’t you think? It conjures up images of 2 intrepid adventurers setting off on their two-wheeled steeds, on an epic exploration of
After setting off from Cannich, we soon joined the top of the Eskadale road, where we had finished back in May.
From here it was around 11km of quiet country roads until we took a left turn, straight up
On our way down south on holiday we crossed the Great North Trail so stopped for a wee recce.
Parking up in Appersett, in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, we cycled the short road section north, to where the route
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