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James Webb

I’m James, I live in London, and from September I’ll be working for Visit England, where my passion for walking/hiking and travel remains stronger than ever. Before this I worked for Ramblers, Britain’s walking charity.After growing up in Surrey, I lived in Bristol and Edinburgh. I consider the Highlands of Scotland my home away from home, and I can often be found on the shores of Loch Sunart in Strontian, near Fort William.I’m also a home brewer and beer enthusiast. I like good beer in keg, cask, bottle or can. When I’m not away, I can often be found exploring breweries, pubs and restaurants in London and further afar.Thanks for taking the time to read my pages. If you wish to contact me, you can find me @mrjamesdwebb or @onepaceforward on Twitter or by email onepaceforward [at] gmail [dot] comPlease like my page on Facebook and share any posts you enjoy with your friends. If you have any questions, or advice to give me, please get in touch!Cheers!

Norway in a Nutshell; a tour from Bergen

By deciding to visit the city of Bergen on a budget, we had enough money remaining to book ourselves a trip on the Norway in a Nutshell tour. This amazing day trip takes...


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In the Shadow of Ben Nevis; a Winter Walk Underneath The North Face

The peak of Ben Nevis is arguably one of the best known and most accessible popular mountains in the world. Standing proud above the Highland town of Fort William at...


A Winter Hike up Snowdon; The Highest Peak in Wales

A small silver lining in the clouds of boring admin when moving house is the discovery of long forgotten possessions. As I prepare to move house for the first time in...


Head in the clouds – walking the Europaweg towards Zermatt & the Matterhorn

Opened in 1997, the Europaweg footpath is a high level footpath that traverses and contours the eastern flank of the Mattertal valley, part of the Wallis canton of...


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On the Edge of England; Meandering Rivers & Clifftop Walking

The colours were vivid. Our surrounding views dominated by blue, green and white as we rolled up and down with the ebb of the grassy, coastal landscape. The air was cold...


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A Night Overlooking a Glacier in the Swiss Alps; Trekking to Cabane de Moiry

An incredible sea of ice stretched out far in front of me. The strenuous day of walking was now behind us, the aim for the day and a bed for the night had – finally...


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Norway On a Budget; 8 Tips To Make The Most of Your Time In Bergen

It’s no secret that Norway can be an expensive country to visit. It’s up there with the most likely of reasons why I’ve put off seeing the country until this week,...


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