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Come limp with me……round Pennington Flash

28.1.12 Walking with; Ruth Confined by circumstance (in the shape of my knee operation) the high hills and low dales of the Peaks and Lakes were out of reach for a weekend or two. However it takes more than a bad Long John Silver impression to stop a dedicated walker from getting out and about

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Come limp with me……round Pennington Flash

28.1.12 Walking with; Ruth Confined by circumstance (in the shape of my knee operation) the high hills and low dales of the Peaks and Lakes were out of reach for a weekend or two. However it takes more than a bad Long John Silver impression to stop a dedicated walker from getting out and about

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Most popular National Park in the UK

Whilst I am laid up recovering from my knee operation I thought I’d better keep the site going and hopefully continuing to inspire! So please visit our Facebook site below to let me know your opinion in our first ever poll!!!The link is below, and if you are not already a member please let me

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Blencathra via Scales Tarn

18.1.12 Walking with; Al My last walk before the knee operation so wanted to make it a good one, and where better than The Lake District. At 868m, Blencathra is a top 20 Lakes Peak, but as far as the Northern Fells go it is second only to Skiddaw and affords magnificent views in all

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Castleton-Winnat’s Pass-Mam Tor-Back Tor-Castleton

15.1.12 Walking with; Rob and Helen A perfect Sunday walk in the sunshine with a couple of short climbs rewarded with disproportionately spectacular views of the Hope and Edale valleys and the Kinder Plateau. We started out of Castleton, passing the path to “The Devil’s Arse” cavern and following the gentle contours along the frosty

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Nantlle Ridge

12.1.12 Walking with; Al A beautiful, wild, windy day out in Snowdonia without another walker in sight. We parked up at the very picturesque Rhyd Ddu railway station, scenically set with Snowdon (hidden by cloud) as a spectacular backdrop. We set out across very swampy land, before passing Drwyscoed Uchaf farm and starting the lengthy

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Shutlingsloe-Macclesfield Forest-Tegg’s Nose-Toot Hill-Clough Hall

10.1.12 Walking with; Nobody A fantastic walking start to the year in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. I started out from Clough Hall and headed straight up Shutlingsloe, known in this part of the world as “The Cheshire Matterhorn” due to it’s distinctive triangular profile. At 506m, it’s a little smaller than it’s famous

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