On October 1st 2002 in Edinburgh I started a 5,500 mile walk around the coastline of the UK to raise money for the Riding for the Disabled Association. By the time that I finished the walk the mileage had crept up to over 6,200 miles, a figure that I am more than pleased about.
For details of the last day of the walk around the coast, see walk 567 (Walk #567: Muirhouse to Edinburgh Castle).
To see what hs changed on the website since the last update, see the Progress page.
If you would like to see a few panoramic photographs, then please go to my page of panoramic photographs. These are very much experiments, but I like them...
The walk statistics:
As part of the coastal walk I walked up the highest mountain of each country on the mainland on the way; Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis. Here are some pictures of me at the top of each mountain.