Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Langdale Pikes

March 28th 2010.   My local rambling club visited the Lake District where I did  the Langdale Pikes.   The walk was only just over 8 miles but involved over 3000 feet of ascent.   A classic walk.   To … Continue reading

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Giggleswick Scar and Stainforth.

On Sunday I led a group of walkers from my local gym on an 8 mile walk. We started our walk in Settle and climbed up to Giggleswick Scar before cutting across open limestone moorland to the small hamlet of … Continue reading

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The Norber Erratics

Chris and Les joined me on a visit to Clapham to seek out the Norber Erratics. The Norber Erratics are large boulders covering the hillside above Nappa Scars on the western side of Crummack Dale. They are composed of dark … Continue reading

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Rivington

On Thursday I walked with the mid week group from my rambling Clucb, Crosby CHA.   We started the walk from Rivington and walked alongside Rivington and Anglezarke reservoirs. The return was via the RAF memorial and Yarrow reservoir.   … Continue reading

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Helsby

  A group of 8 from my local gym visited Helsby where we completed a 7 mile walk taking in part of the Sandstone Trail. This sandstone ridge runs for 34 miles across Cheshire and ends at steep wooded cliffs … Continue reading

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