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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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