Monthly Archives: April 2015

A fine day in Razz’n’d’l.

Last weekend I was out with my local Rambling Club when we visited Razz’n’d’l. Well that is how the locals pronounce it but if you want to find it on the map you will have to look for – Ravenstonedale. … Continue reading

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A soaking at Beddgelert

I’m just back from Wales where I went on a walk with my local rambling club. How can I describe it. Being Wales, all the adjectives begin with W, Wild, Wet and Windy. After a few gorgeous days the weather … Continue reading

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Caves and waterfalls.

Todays walk starts in the busy market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. It is one of my favourite walks and takes in some fascinating caves and a couple of waterfalls. From the Market Square we walked up Constitution … Continue reading

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A stroll from Salterforth

Our walk today  started from Salterforth which lies on an old salt route, along which salt used to be transported from the salt mines in Cheshire to Yorkshire. The name is possibly derived from Salter’s Ford. We parked at Salterforth … Continue reading

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