Monthly Archives: July 2013

Ainsdale Sandhills Local nature reserve

Last weekend I went on a guided walk through Ainsdale Local Nature Reserve. The dune system on Sefton Coastline is one of the largest areas of wild dune left in Britain and is managed by Sefton Council’s Coast and Countryside … Continue reading

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Hurst Green and Longridge Fell.

This walk is posted under the category ‘Adventures with Les’ Why is it classed as an adventure and not just a walk? Because as often happens, things did not go entirely to plan. we were lost, well not exactly lost, … Continue reading

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Crosby Sand Dunes

Crosby sand Dunes extend South from Crosby Baths to the boundary of the Liverpool Freeport, a distance of just over one mile. They are a mixture of mobile and semi-fixed dunes 50 – 80 yards in width and border the … Continue reading

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Beda Fell

                                                      Panorama from Beda Fell On Sunday I went up to the Lake District with my local Rambling Club where I did the ‘A’ party walk led by Margaret. We started the walk from Patterdale and crossed Goldrill Beck to … Continue reading

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