Category: Horton in Ribblesdale

Yorkshire 3 Peaks with Action for Children

16.9.17 Walking with; Action for Children challenge team The Yorkshire 3 Peaks is one of my favourite challenge events, it’s tough, pretty much the distance of a full marathon, but it’s doable and it makes sense as a challenge, it doesn’t feel contrived. So when the team from Action for Children contacted me to say

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Busy, busy, busy

It’s been a while since I last updated the blog and whilst I feel a bit remiss, the reason is basically because we are having our busiest ever season here and there’s barely been time to pop home and get the washing done over the last few weeks! Not that I’m complaining….There has been a

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Another busy week

26.9-1.10.16 The season is slowly coming to an end but here at Come walk with me we are still staying busy with a wide range of different activities. We started the week down in Mansfield at Sutton Road Primary School where we were helping to deliver an Entrust Base Camp programme in the school grounds!

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Yorkshire 3 Peaks with Didsbury TOC H RFC

27.6.15 Walking with; Gaz, Russ, Massy, Tango, Chappy, Geoff, Richie, Mike, Matt, Az, Tom and Dylan   The Yorkshire 3 Peaks is one of my favourite walks. It combines some spectacular scenery with a tough physical challenge and I have heard some truly inspirational stories from some of the teams I have worked with. Aside

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Ingleborough newspaper column

  10 miles 5 5 hours Whilst there are more than enough walks in the Peak District to keep me busy for half a lifetime, once in a while it is worth spreading the wings and exploring a little further afield and Ingleborough is definitely a hill worth the ninety minute drive. At 723 metres

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Yorkshire 3 Peaks

4.10.14 Walking with; Mountain Monkeys The Yorkshire 3 Peaks is one of the UK’s classic “challenge walks” and is deservedly popular. It takes in three of Yorkshire’s highest peaks, Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough and covers around 25 miles, not an undertaking to be taken lightly. Whilst the route can be started from a number of

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Ingleborough from Horton-in-Ribbledale

12/3/14Walking with; Nobody  Ingleborough will always hold a special place in my heart, for it was after I had coerced/cajoled (depending on who you listen to) Ruth up to the summit on a brutally wet day that turned to snow as we reached Little Ingleborough, that I decided she was the girl for me! I

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Two down, one to go

22.6.12Walking with; Ruthy A couple of years ago Ruthy and I visited the Yorkshire Dales staying at the fantastic “Game Cock Inn” in Austwick (, fuelled by French food and Yorkshire bitter we ascended Ingleborough in the snow and sleet and I decided that she was the girl for me. Later on, with another pint

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