Monthly Archives: April 2016

Around Chatsworth Park

I’m back in Baslow in the Peak District with Crosby Rambling Club. Having accompanied Les on the reccee for the ‘A’ party walk I decided to do the slightly less strenuous B walk led by Ray. We did a figure-of-eight … Continue reading

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The Lion and the Lamb

Anyone who is a lover of Wainwright and the Lake District will know that I am referring to Helm Crag. It has got to be one of the most popular climbs in the area. I was there with John who … Continue reading

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Inside the Devil’s Hole

                                                The Devil’s Hole blow-out. Yesterday was a beautiful day, sunshine, blue skies and not a cloud in sight. I decided to do a short walk along the Sefton Coast to try and find the Devil’s Hole blow-out. It is … Continue reading

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On the edge

On the edge, or should that be plural, on the edges. Todays walk  took me along some of the edges that make up the gritstone escarpment that stretches along the eastern rim of the Derwent Valley. I was out with … Continue reading

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Bright and Breezy on Pendle Hill.

Yesterday I was out with Crosby Rambling Club and our destination was Barley. The journey there was interesting. The coach driver was relying on his Satnav and it took up up a rather narrow road. He made it but at … Continue reading

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Along the Sandstone Trail.

My walk this week was across the water. Not the Atlantic or even the Irish Sea, just a trip across the Mersey to the Wirral. Our destination was Helsby where we would walk a section of the Sandstone Trail. The … Continue reading

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