On my way up a very snow covered Jacob's ladder in the Peak District in February 2019!

At the top of Helvellyn. It doesn't have the word hell in it for no reason - as I found out climbing it on the hottest day of the year in 2018! It was a steep climb for which I was joined by a group of younger lads from Manchester who were also on their way up. My legs burned on the short but steep initial section, but there was relief on the flat summit where I was rewarded with incredible vista's overlooking striding edge and red tarn.

At the top of Catbells. It was a very windy day that day, but the views were fantastic

At the summit of Ben Nevis during my 3 Peaks Challenge in 2018 raising money for Student Minds (a mental health charity) with CRM Students Ltd.

Me and my hiking buddies posing for a group photo during our "instameet" hike to Alport Castles in the Peak District

At the summit of Pen Y Fan in the Brecons. This was probably the wettest, coldest and most windswept I have been in a long time! A good hike up though even if visibility was poor.

This was definitely the windiest hilltop I have ever experienced! A great and really fun hike with my hiking buddies Matt and Becky to see Thor's Cave. This was taken at the top of Ecton Hill where we were all literally clinging onto the trig point as we were being blown off the top!

Looking absolutely knackered at the top of Scafell Pike! It was a very hot day and a bit of a slog up but the views were crystal clear and worth the burning legs!

Went hiking, got muddy, had photo taken to show how many times I fell over in the mud... A fun but muddy walk to Thor's Cave where I fell over in several boggy sections of the walk. I was covered from head to toe and Matt/Becky my hiking buddies couldn't resist taking a photo to poke fun!

I stopped here after passing over the top of Catbells and Maiden Moor. The views were absolutely breathtaking and so I sat and had a drink so I could take it all in.

Stopping for a much needed drink of water on a very hot summers day whilst completing a 10 mile circular hike of Ladybower Reservoir

Having a cup of tea on Parkhouse Hill on a pretty miserable day. I was hoping to see more of Chrome Hill for some landscapes but I had to make do with what the weather gave me!

I have a bit of a soft spot for Loughrigg Fell. An easy climb and a lovely walk - it offers such fantastic views and is a really enjoyable one to complete. Again, a very windy day on this occasion but this didn't stop our dog falling asleep at the trig point!

This is a very sweaty me at the top of Snowdon. It was a very snowy and icy climb in March 2018 and we nearly had to turn back at the top of the Pyg Track. We managed to get over and onto the top - and I am pleased that we did as we were treated to some amazing views. The journey down however was a little dicey as the visibility was next to zero and so we had to come down via the Llanberis path.