I've been into hill-walking since returning to college in 1989-90 for my postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism, encouraged by my fellow-students, and (surprisingly) finding it a great cure for the vertigo I'd suffered from childhood.

One day I'll get round to posting some pictures and more details here.  Suffice it to say for now that I've walked countless times the fells of the Lake District, the edges of the Peak District, hills and mountains in Scotland and the Mediterranean, and perhaps my favourite of all, Tryfan and surrounding mountains in north Wales.  Plus abroad in France, southern Spain esp the Sierra Nevada, Majorca (the north-east, away from club-land and other hot-spots!), La Gomera, Lesbos, etc.