Keeping the mind focused whilst trudging along

Parts of Offa’s Dyke are going to be amazing – breath taking scenery, stimulating¬†conversion¬†with Alex (@winkysmileyface), chats with locals and fellow hikers, or just watching nature go about its business around us.

However, I am under no illusion that other parts are going to be truly horrid – strong winds, driving rain, exhaustion, aching limbs and monotonous views. At this point a hike becomes a “trudge” – every ache and pain is magnified tenfold in your mind – you just want it to end.

So how can you focus your mind whilst “trudging”?
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