Monthly Archives: November 2010

Loggerheads

Sunday 28th November 2010. Yesterday I went out with my local rambling club, Crosby CHA to do a walk at Loggerheads. Conditions were perfect with clear blue skies and a couple of inches of snow. The circular walk was 9 … Continue reading

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December walks

The Beamers Trail The next walk that I organise from the gym will be on Sunday 5th December. I propose to do the Beamers Trail, a six mile walk graded easy but with some moderate ascents and descents. The Beamers … Continue reading

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Ashurst Beacon

    Ashurst Beacon is situated on a broad ridge on the western edge of the Pennines between Slelmersdale and Wigan. The beacon was once part of a chain of signalling beacons forming a communications link from one hill to the … Continue reading

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Darwen Moor

A group of 7  from our local gym  set off for a walk in Lancashire. We were visiting Darwen Moor and on route we would climb up to Darwen Tower, built in 1897 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. Today … Continue reading

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Kirkby Lonsdale

Sunday 7th October 2010. CHA Walk. A Party. 10 miles. The walk was led by Martin Murphy. We started from Devil’s Bridge in Kirkby Lonsdale and climbed up onto Barbon Fell to the trig point at 437 m. The conditions … Continue reading

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Goathland

As part of the Whitby Weekend with my local rambling club , Crosby CHA, we visited Goathland. THe village was the setting for the TV series ” Heartbeat” where it was known as Aidensfield. We completed a 9 mile  circular … Continue reading

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Whitby Gothic Festival

Our visit to Whitby coincided with the Whitby Gothic Festival (WGF). It is an established and popular Gothic festival and provides musical entertainment with bands and DJ’s and gives people the chance to dress up. On the Saturday afternoon there … Continue reading

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