Monthly Archives: September 2009

Easedale Tarn and the Helm Crag ridge.

Sunday 20th September.   A group of us from the Fitness Connection went up to Grasmere to do a walk up to Easedale Tarn and the Helm Crag ridge. We set off in perfect conditions to climb up alongside Sour … Continue reading

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CHA. Ingleton

Sunday 13th September. After two days hard walking I decided to join the B party for an easier walk over Twisleton Scar. Starting from Ingleton we walked up Twisleton Lane to join the green path  leading steeply up to Kirkby … Continue reading

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The Midlands Way Link

      Riders at Essex Bridge   Saturday 12th September. An interesting and varied walk over Cannock Chase linking two of the Midlands long distance footpaths. I started from Seven Springs and crossed Wheetmans Bridge heading north to meet the … Continue reading

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The Fairfield Horseshoe

Friday September 11th. The fine weather looked set to continue and I could not resist a day in the Lake District. I set out early to do the Fairfield Horseshoe, one of the classic ridge walks in the Lake District. … Continue reading

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Salzburg

We only had a few hours in which to explore Salzburg and it was essential that we made the best use of our time. We started in Mozartplatz with the statue of Mozart. Nearby is the wonderful Baroque Residenz Fountain … Continue reading

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Vienna

Our visit to Vienna was all too short but we had time to visit the major sights including St Stephen’s Cathedral. In the evening we went to a concert by the Vienna Residence Orchestra featuring works by Mozart and Johann … Continue reading

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