Author: Paul Steele

Paul Steele on Hiking and Clean for Confidence (video)

Hiking is a pastime that demands methodical preparation and having clean equipment gives me the confidence boost to walk further and climb higher, safe in the knowledge that I can rely on my kit to look after me. I walk, I hike, I climb and all the world over. Having my kit ready for any occasion or weather lets me concentrate on enjoying the world around me without distraction. You can hear my thoughts and more in this documentary film by BAFTA-nominated director Gary Tarn, presented by Kärcher UK. In fact I know it is not just me that believes...

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Dee Estuary Walk – Ffynnongroyw to Flint

It was time for stage 2 of this Dee Estuary coastal walk. The scenery was about to change from dunes to a world of history and intrigue. From castles to ancient wells, from the remains of old docks to reminders of past industry. One of the things I was really enjoying about this long walk was the variety, not just in views, but also in local interesting facts. Ffynnongroyw grew with a the boom of coal mining. Once a few cottages amongst fields the late 19th Century brought coal mining to the area and people came from far and...

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Dee Estuary Walk – Prestatyn to Talacre Beach

I was ready for a new and wonderful adventure and walk. I was to take in a walk around the coastline of the Dee Estuary, starting at Prestatyn and eventually ending up high on the Wirral Peninsular at Hoylake. Variety was ahead as I made my way round, so much to see and learn. I have broken down each stage of the walk on these pages starting today with stage one, Prestatyn to Talacre and Point of Ayr Lighthouse. The exact start point was Barkby Beach, Prestatyn. A wonderful start point to be honest, staright on to the top...

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Photography With The DJI Mavic Air

I love to hike, I love to travel, I love to share what I can see. I am definitely not a pixel counter and personally, for me it is not about spending hours getting a sell-able shot that can be blown up and printed to A3, but to get a nice unique photo of where I am, what I see and what I am feeling. Whenever I go out the door on any kind of adventure be it local or far away in foreign lands, I make sure I have at least one camera. A lot of the time...

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BaldHiker Clothing – Adventure Anywhere, To Baldly Go

Adventure Anywhere, two words that inspire me and I must admit my travels have taken me far and wide seeing and doing some amazing things. Due to popular demand it is with great pleasure to open the BaldHiker Clothing Store. A whole range of tops and styles are on offer with designs to suit all tastes from a sense of adventure to a humerous nod to my bald hiking. Hoodies, t-shirts, jumpers, baseball tops. Also with a wealth of colours to choose from, there is also a kids section for little adventurers. All tops are printed in the UK and...

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A Walk Up Roseberry Topping – A North Yorkshire Icon

For those that have seen Roseberry Topping will know what I mean when I describe it as iconic. Standing proudly, distinctive and somewhat isolated, this landmark of a peak in the North Yorkshire is a draw for ramblers and hikers of all standards. Standing at 1,049 feet (320 m) in height, it is a summit attainable by the many. It can be seen for miles around as a landmark with the distinctive shape and does indeed look so much higher than the facts say. I had a day out with Rusty and we were in the mood for an ascent and...

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