Catbells is a wonderful little hill and a great introduction to walking the lake district fells. The views from the top are outstanding giving a wonderful return for your effort.
The United Kingdom is home for us, it’s where we come back to after our adventures. If you’re from outside the UK come and visit you’ll love our beautiful country. The United Kingdom offers some of the most beautiful scenery. Has a vast history with some amazing historic sites that cannot be missed. It has to be at the top of most peoples to do list.
Our posts cover an array of interesting activities based mainly around the great outdoors. These include walks such as our short circular walk from Whitby to Ruswarp and back. Also the fantastic walk up and around Pendle Hill which is very local to us. Cycle paths as in our guide to the Cinder Track a very popular of road cycle path on the Yorkshire coast.
Other destinations include our guide to Keswick and the amazing views offered by the walk to the summit of Catbells which can be easily reached from the town. The English Lake district truly is one of the highlights of a visit to the north west. If you fancy a Scottish Island our guide to the Isle of Mull is a good place to start. Offering picturesque Villages, amazing wildlife and a wealth of history.
Further south we have the stunning New Forest complete with ponies, Cycle track and beautiful villages and whilst your there why not get on the ferry and visit the Isle of white with it’s needles and sleepy towns. I visited as a child and it doesnt seem to of changed much during the passing years.
Please take a look at our United Kingdom posts below for some great inspiration and don’t forget to bookmark us here at Andiamo Amigos we are constantly adding new posts and sharing our adventures in this beautiful land of ours.
Keswick sits in the heart of the Lake District National Park and is considered the gate way to the northern fells.
The Isle of Mull is one of the most picturesque of the inner Hebridean islands of Scotland. It has a bounty of fantastic wildlife, secluded white sand beaches, waterfalls to die for and character filled villages that are welcoming and full of the most amazing people.
It’s always great to get out to the British coast. There are many amazing things to see & do at Flamborough head.
Festa Italiana staged in Manchesters Cathedral Gardens is a free weekend long festival that celebrates everything Italian, Food drink and culture
The New Forest is a Mecca for the out door enthusiasts offering safe off road cycling and walking, wildlife watching and beautiful scenery.
We like to get out and about over the long weekend of a bank holiday and Whitby is one of our favourite places to go. You can’t really go wrong, if the sun is shinning Whitby has something for everyone.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Whitby for an afternoon why not try this short walk to the Pretty village of Ruswarp
The cinder track is a disused railway line that runs for twenty one miles between Scarborough and Whitby. The line it’s self was in use between 1885 and 1965. Its called the cinder track due to the cinders that where used as ballast to run the rails on.
Wycoller, with it’s ruined hall and ancient bridges, is a fantastic day out for the whole family. Believed to date back to the tenth century Wycoller was virtually abandoned as the weavers left to work in the nearby mills during the industrial revolution.
Two connected beauty spots in the Calder Valley both owned and managed by the National Trust offer up some fantastic possibilities for exploration. A wooded valley oasis in the heart of the Yorkshire moors.
To a local lad like myself born and bred in the area it’s known as just The Hill, although at 557m it’s not far off being classified as a mountain