This is the 4th time I have walked the Ridgeway and successfully completed it. I will do it just once more with my friend Tim when he is ready! Then, thats it ๐Ÿ™‚ Other long distance hikes beckon me now!
Watch this space!

  1. Dave Kellar says:

    Thank you, I enjoyed this video. Now I have to add this walk to my bucket list.

  2. Pete Rowlston says:

    Hey there! Awesome Channel you got. I am currently just walking across the whole of Spain for charity aand would love you to take a look at my videos and even subscribe. I dropped you a like on this video also ๐Ÿ˜›

  3. Ken Allen says:

    Excellent bro and friends, there sure is some history along way. Thank you for taking us along. ATB

  4. Joseph martin says:

    Absolutely Can't believe how beautiful it is Thank you so very much

  5. tricky690 says:

    Hi sandy, I would like to add my self to your waiting list reference a jacklore knife is this possible?
    Many thanks

  6. TheStickbow says:

    I can only imagine the joy you must have felt at finishing it again, I think you all did very well and the video was a joy to watch, keep going into more adventures. Paul Barrett

  7. Bond Mood says:

    Brilliant video. Great, relaxing music, scenery. Loved the pub with chips, etc. Would love a video of local pub tours if you feel you'd like to do one. (Or maybe you already have). Also fun to see where PM lives. Tim was great inspiration? THANKS!

  8. VisionAssoc says:

    Very much enjoyed watching as usual. I've walked Hadrians Wall, the Ridgeway looks like another adventure to accomplish.

  9. Cai Griffith says:

    Thanks for the video! Iโ€™m planning to walk the ridgeway over the bank holiday in May and am struggling to find a good/cheap campsite or pub to stay the night before setting off, close to the start – Avebury end. Anyone know of anywhere I could contact?

    Your videos have been a big help with planning, so thanks!

  10. villageofbastards says:

    Fantastic video, very inspiring.
    Joe, what an absolute f**king star!!!

  11. Charlotte J Priestley says:

    Your new nickname is 5 star Sandy! Thanks for sharing the trip with us! Great job putting this together, so professional! Your more fun than Sir Richard Attenborough. lol.

  12. Mischa Tytel says:

    Hey Sandy. Thank you for sharing. You have inspired me to follow your journey later this year

  13. Christopher Ellis says:

    Lovely light and colour at the first sight of the R. Thames.โ˜† Gymnosophie, Erik S..

  14. RDPproject says:

    Loved the video Sandy. I watched it on the big screen tv in the living room while having dinner.

  15. StandsWithABeer says:

    Goodness; what a video. I love the camaraderie, and your knowledge of the areas in which you hike. The drone photography and music choices contributed to making this video enthralling; so well done…it will be quite a while before I am finished sharing this to everyone. In my humble opinion, this is a new standard of YouTube hiking videos. All I can say is "Thanks!". ๐Ÿ™‚ Greetings from Georgia, USA.

  16. Flying Haggis Films says:

    As ever Sandy, a great film and what an excellent outcome. Great planning with you breakfast and meals routine. Harry.

  17. Ramblin Les says:

    A marathon of a journey what an Epic Adventure and what a beautiful Land swathed in History, I think you put most of us to shame Sandy with your Super Fitness Levels, Well Done To All involved A great Team Effort, Thanks For Taking Us Along,Take Care, Les.

  18. Ade Larsen says:

    I have a quad awaiting your arrival. No more walking…. well, not much….

  19. choccy sprinklies says:

    Just finished watching…loved this video…these and your wild camping adventures are my favourites… thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜€

  20. Mike Tucker says:

    An admirable sojourn and very much enjoyed. Shows what a beautiful country in which we are fortunate to live. Thank you for the excellent film and commentary. Tremendous !

  21. Kevin Sumner says:

    Love you videos and thanks for being such an inspiration , great job!!

  22. Joey Zanne says:

    Have you walked the NORTH DOWNS WAY. 153 miles long. dover to guildford

  23. JuicyVeganDwarf says:

    What a great video. Itโ€™s been a little while since watching your content as we have had so much going on. Since we spoke about a local camp I had all sorts of obstacles to climb that life just kept throwing at me.

    It seems we are finally getting back to normal so I wanted to come and have a watch of some of my fav channels. Suffice to say I was pleasantly surprised to see this video and deffo enjoyed watching. Thanks for the upload and maybe one day we will finally get to do that over nighter together.

    I also wanted to say that Tim did well and I understand exactly how he would have felt. As per my discussion with you I have a physical disability that really stops me doing a lot of the things I want to do out doors. I felt a little emotional when you made the promise to finish the walk with him no matter how long it takes. You are a true friend and a genuine guy. Very best wishes to both of you. Take care ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

  24. Alan Prince says:

    that brings back some good memories i want to do it again now

  25. Andy Brocklehurst says:

    Great video Sandy with some beautiful scenery. I notice you both use sticks do they help with walking?

  26. Bill Mackenzie says:

    Beautiful country and weather in a pleasant season….memorable….too bad about the crop spraying and chem trails… spraying earth and sky with poisons.

  27. 007vauxhall says:

    Enjoyed that, great walking, views, and camping….well done on the 4th time Sandy ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. David Huxtable says:

    ihad no idea that the ridgeway was quite so long as that? amazing old routeway I will look up why it came about?

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