Our Adventures

Follow along with our current adventure which started on 1st March 2022.

We (Ian & Eve) are walking from John o’Groats to Land’s End (with the added bonus of starting at Dunnet Head, most northerly point of mainland Britain, and ending at Lizard, most southerly point of mainland Britain). This journey means we’ll backpack 1300 miles in all weathers, and will hopefully be finished before winter 2022!

Both Eve & I have formal diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorder, so this is a personal journey to raise awareness of autism. We want to challenge the preconceived ideas, assumptions & stereotypes surrounding autism and prove that autism does not prevent people from achieving great things.

Start location: Dunnet Head
Ian & Eve – Dunnet Head (Start point) 1st March 2022

We’d like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone for all the help, comments, messages, emails and support we’ve already had – it’s unbelievable and we are beyond grateful! Your support means hot meals, replacing worn out shoes, much needed strong coffees for me and cold drinks & ice cream for Eve etc. If you would like to help then please use the buttons below. You are all amazing – THANK YOU so much!

Eve – Dunnet Head 1st March 2022
Sarah, Ian & Eve – Dunnet Head 1st March 2022
Ian & Eve’s journey so far
Eve & Ian – John o’Groats 2nd March 2022
Eve arriving in Wick – 6th March 2022
Eve – Lybster 9th March 2022
Eve – Berriedale 11th March 2022
Eve – Helmsdale 14th March
Sunset in Embo, 18th March 2022
Eve – Dornoch, 20th March 2022
Eve heading for North Kessock, 23rd March, 2022
Eve and Ian – Inverness, 24th March 2022
Next stage of the journey: The Great Glen Way
Eve & Ian at the end of The Great Glen Way, 8th April 2022
Ian & Eve, Milngavie, end of The West Highland Way, 3rd May 2022
The West Highland Way
Milngavie to Edinburgh
Sarah, Eve & Ian enjoying a meal out at Burgers and Beers Grillhouse, Edinburgh, 11th May 2022