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Walking the Two Moors Way for Charity

Read my update, Completing the Two Moors Way, for a short round-up of our adventure.

Next week, my school friend Sam Shaw (pictured on the left) and I (centre) will embark on an exciting adventure by walking the Two Moors Way. This trek, known for its stunning landscapes and challenging terrain, stretches across 117 miles of beautiful Devon countryside from Ivybridge in the south to Lynmouth in the north. It will be the furthest I have ever walked in one go, making this journey both a personal challenge and a meaningful endeavor.

Our walk aims to raise funds for Moor Trees, a charity dedicated to restoring native woodland in the area. Moor Trees’ mission is vital for preserving the natural environment and fostering biodiversity, and we are thrilled to support their efforts. By wild camping along the way, we hope to connect deeply with the landscapes Moor Trees works so hard to protect.

I haven’t undertaken a walk of this magnitude since my scouting days, which makes this trek even more significant. The journey will undoubtedly test our endurance and resolve, but with the knowledge that we’re contributing to such a worthy cause, we are confident and excited.

Glyn Darkin (pictured on the right), our usual walking buddy, was initially planning to join us for the entire trek but is now only able to join us for the last leg of the trip. His presence will be a welcome boost as we near the end of our journey.

Please consider supporting our fundraising efforts to help Moor Trees restore and maintain these precious woodlands. Every contribution will make a difference in preserving the natural beauty and ecological health of the region.

To make a donation, visit our Just Giving page. Your support is greatly appreciated!