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Snowdon via the Pyg and Miners track

Full album on Facebook22.5.16 Walking with; Lakeland Mountain Guides and Matchtech Ltd I read somewhere recently that Snowdon was the second most climbed mountain in the world and on a busy Sunday afternoon it can certainly feel like that! I was working with LMG and Matchtech on the last leg of their Three Peaks Challenge,

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Kinder via Grindsbrook Clough

8.5.16 Walking with; Rae and Dave . Full album on Facebook I’d only just arrived back from my Cornish adventures when I received an e-mail from Rae asking whether we could fit her and Dave in for a walk in the Dark Peak, an area they’d never visited before. I chose Kinder as for me

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A walk from Lizard Point to Mullion Cove

5.5.16 Walking with; Ruthy, Jay and Iona I like to visit extremities, Northernmosts, Southernmosts, Highests and Lowests, something about them appeals to the collector in me. This was my first trip to Cornwall and I’d already decided it was a great spot for bagging a few for my British collection and getting a few coastal

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A Peak District wild camp

Full album on Facebook27-28.4.16 Walking with; Sam !! Last year Sam came over with his family from France and we had a fantastic day walk up Win Hill and over Crookstone Out Moor that concluded with a wild camp on the slopes of Grindsbrook Knoll. The weather was kind and we spent an enjoyable evening

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D of E practice with KEGCB and BXM Expeditions

Full album on Facebook23/24.4.16 Walking with; Jess, Jessica, Grace, Alex, Maya and Katy The Dark Peak is a great spot for D of E. It provides a variety of landscapes, a selection of wild land, footpaths, ridges and valleys and there are many decent campsites and interesting features. KEGCB were starting their practice expedition at

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D of E Bronze practice with Aim High Expeditions and St John’s

16-17.4.16 Walking with; Team 1 The explosion in the number of D of E courses over the last couple of years has been remarkable. When I was at school (back in the day….) I’d never heard of the award and I think it’s great that so many school have embraced the opportunity to give their

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Snowdon via the Ranger Path with School Camps

6.4.16 Walking with; The School Camps team Full album on Facebook I’ve probably climbed Snowdon more times than any other British hill or mountain (with the possible exception of Kinder) but I had never used the Ranger Path before. It’s considered to be the oldest of the main routes to the summit and was named

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Beacons D of E practice with BXM Expeditions and St.John’s School

28-31.3.16 Walking with; Team 8 !! Full album on Facebook The Brecon Beacons has always been special to me as my Gran has lived in the area for 30 odd years and I have very many happy memories of childhood visits to Crickhowell and the surrounding area. Whilst it lacks the height and mountain feel

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Sri Lanka with Camps International and Jumeirah College

17-24.3.16 Exploring with; Jumeirah College Full album on Facebook When the e-mail popped into my inbox saying “Anyone free to run a trip to Sri Lanka in a week’s time?” it all seemed to good to be true! But it wasn’t, and after a bit of calendar juggling and a few last minute flights being

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Kinder from Hayfield

Full album on Facebook 8.3.16 Walking with; Nobody ! Kinder holds a very special place in my affections, it is probably the hill I have spent more time on than any other, due in part to it’s proximity to Manchester, but also because it offers a seemingly ever changing and challenging environment. Of the two

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