Monthly Archives: June 2009

Hartington

Beresford and Wolfscote Dales. Recee for the CHA walk. 24th June.   We started the walk from the market place in Hartington and followed field paths through gates and squeezer stiles towards the River Dove where we walked alongside the … Continue reading

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Keswick CHA

B Party. 8 miles. Leader – Helen Howell. Walla Crag and Ashness Bridge. We started the walk from the centre of Keswick and after a bit of road walking we picked up the track to Walla Crag. The weather was … Continue reading

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The Howgills

Sunday 14th June. Winder and Arant Haw. I led a group from my gym on a walk in the Howgills. From Sedbergh we climbed Winder at 1551 ft by a rather direct route and then continued on to Arant Haw … Continue reading

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Skiddaw

Friday 12th June. After the disappointment of last week when we were unable to reach the summit of Skiddaw in the appalling weather conditions we decided to give it another go. Today the weather was beautiful, warm with blue skies … Continue reading

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British Heart Foundation

Sponsored Walk. Saturday 6th June. The Lake District, Twin Peaks challenge. After a week of glorious sunshine the weather forecast for Saturday was for rain. This proved to be correct but there were also strong winds. A team of local mountain guides … Continue reading

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Kettlewell

Sunday 31st May. CHA Walk. Kettlewell. Leader Les Thompson. We completed the same walk as on the reccee but this time in beautiful conditions, warm and sunny. I have added a few more images to the Kettlewell album.

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California and the Golden West.

I’m just back from America. I’ve been touring round California. Arizona and Nevada visiting Los Angeles. Las Vegas and San Francisco. However the highlights for me were the National Parks, Yosemite and the Grand Canyon. Over the next few weeks … Continue reading

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