Ellie Berry is a professional photographer whose work focuses on walking and being in the landscape. She will happily walk your dog. 
See her work at ellieberry.com

Carl Lange once worked in tech, but having spent the last few years in Dublin he's excited to just be outside again. He might be persuaded indoors by some interesting statistics. 


Want to help us?

If you live along or near a waymarked trail and want to help us, get in contact! Whether you can offer us a bed, a cup of tea, info on the trail, or a chat, we would love to hear from you.

Or ...

You can buy a print - help us buy new boots and keep walking as long as possible. (Prints are here)

Support us on Patreon - Patreon is a platform where you can pledge to give a certain amount each month to help us keep walking, and we provide some extra bonus content for you! (Our Patreon page)

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Frequently asked Questions

Q: Oh, so you're walking the Wild Atlantic Way?
A: No. While a great cycling and driving route, it is not really a walking route, and would add on another 3,000km. Maybe next time!  

Q: So you're just walking. No cars or anything at all, right?
A:
Well, we're walking every trail. However, each trail is separate, so we have to take a lift or use public transport in between them. It's a 4,000+km project just walking the trails themselves, not including any walking or transport we do in between!

Q: How are you getting to them all / Do you own a car?
A:
We're hitch-hiking and taking public transport between the end of one trail and the beginning of the next. We've decided to apply for our driving licences when we've finished all this walking. 

Q: Where are you staying while doing this?
A: We're doing a bit of everything: camping, hostels, staying in B&B's, crashing at friends houses, and living off the kindness of strangers. So if you have room for us, or somewhere for us to camp, do let us know! 

Q: How long is it going to take? 
A: Originally we thought 6 months, give or take. A year on ... who knows! 

Q: Why aren't you walking in Northern Ireland?
A: It just happens that the set of trails we're doing are specific to the Republic. There are some really gorgeous trails in Northern Ireland that we're hoping to include if we have enough time/money/stamina.