Monthly Archives: April 2009

Scorton, Nicky Nook and Grizedale.

April 26th 8 miles. This was the second walk that I have led for the recently formed Rambling group at the gym. Our route took us past moorland edge farms towards Holme Wood where we followed a permissive path alongside … Continue reading

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The Twin Peaks Challenge

On Saturday 6th June 2009 I will be taking part in the Lake District Twin Peaks Challenge to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation. It is an 18 mile walk involving over 6500 feet of ascent and taking in … Continue reading

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Easedale Tarn and the Helm Crag ridge

April 22nd. 9 miles. 2700 feet of ascent. We started our walk from Grasmere and followed the path alongside Easdale Beck towards Easedale Tarn. After the recent dry spell the waterfalls at Sour Milk Gill we less impressive than usual. … Continue reading

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CHA Walk. HAWES

Sunday April 19th. HAWES. 11 miles. Leader – ┬áLes Thompson. We completed the same walk as on the reccee. For a description see my previous entry, Hawes. It was a beautiful sunny day, perfect for walking, but we had to … Continue reading

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Above Helsby and Frodsham

April 9th. The Sandstone Trail. Above Helsby and Frodsham. This was a circular walk that took us along part of the Sandstone Trail. Although only seven miles it was quite energetic as we had lots of ascents and descents. The … Continue reading

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Hawes

April 1st. HAWES. Reccee for CHA Walk We startred our walk from Hawes and followed the flagged path towards Burtersett. We then began the steady climb up to Cam High Road, an old Roman road. Crossing the road we continued … Continue reading

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