The Adventure Continues For Our Hiker Mini-Mes!
Our ‘Mini-Me’ Lego hikers have also completed the Pennine Way! Along with us they’ve had lots of fun!
Take a look at the best bits of their journey from sampling Wensleydale cheese with cranberries at Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales, to getting stuck in bog on the border with Scotland. Here is a photo round up of Days 10 – 24…
Taking the high route…
Sat at the top of Great Shunner Fell. (716m)
Ready for lunch after visiting the Wensleydale Creamery in Hawes.
Heading into Middleton in Teesdale. Beware of the cows!
Enjoying the view of Low Force, Middleton in Teesdale.
Catching a few rays from Little Dun Fell at 842 metres.
Awww, another tender moment!
‘High Five’ for reaching the top of Cross Fell! At 893 metres it’s the highest point on the Pennine Way.
A photo stop at Cawfields Quarry on the way to see Hadrian’s Wall.
Sitting in front of Hadrian’s Wall, that runs for 6 miles alongside the Pennine Way.
Help! Navigating a boggy section in the Cheviots!
Only knee-deep in bog as we head for the Scottish border!
Remember: We are also hiking for charity! Please support us by donating to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Our Lego Hikers will soon be embarking on Alfred Wainwright’s Coast to Coast. Keep an eye out for their next adventure coming soon!