Tag: reservoir walks

A busy Bank Holiday

2020 has been one hell of a year. As I returned from my Nepal trip in February looking forward to our busiest ever year at Come walk with me UK, there were mutterings about this strange and unusual flu that might have an effect on travel plans. Two months later I was working as a

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Jumbles Reservoir and Turton Tower

One of the things that we are hoping to do next year is run a series of shorter, “close to home” midweek walks and in my attempt to get out and about even more this year doing the reccies for some of these has been very enjoyable. I am continually amazed at how many great

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A circuit of the Derwent and Howden reservoirs

Full album on Facebook 7.1.16 Waking with; Nathan Nathan has been a longstanding friend of Come walk with me as we met when we were both working towards our Mountain Leader qualifications. We have had some excellent outings in the Lake District, Wales and Scotland but on this occasion we decided to stay local and

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Latest column- The Stalybridge reservoirs

Reservoir or lakeside walking can be one of the most pleasing ways to spend an hour or two. The sound of gently lapping water, the flattish, gentle walking and perhaps some waterfowl along the way to add a little ornithological interest. In Greater Manchester and the surrounding area we are blessed with many such opportunities.

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