In the early days of 2012, reeling from a health scare and redundancy, a 35-year-old Midlands backpacker with a love of cinema, wild places and Lakeland pitched his tent on Scafell Pike and set up a budget camcorder.
It was the start of a journey that has seen Terry Abraham battle blizzards, near-death falls, bitter cold and intense loneliness to make a trilogy of films that have been seen by millions and become the benchmark of Lake District cinematography.
Five cruise-and-stroll walks of between 3 and 7 miles. By Mark Richards.
Established in the wake of 2015’s Storm Desmond the 20-mile Ullswater Way is Lakeland’s newest long distance trail. This lavishly illustrated book, featuring 10 stage maps, is the Way’s official guide.