Monthly Archives: July 2016

Lake Iseo, a hidden gem.

I am just back from a short holiday at Lake Iseo in Italy. It is  smaller than Lake Garda or Lake Como and far less touristy. The scenery is stunning and the villages scattered around the lake shore feature some … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Hole Trail

‘ Last weekend I was out and about at Formby joining a guided walk to the ‘Devil’s Hole’. The walk was organised by Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership and led by John, one of the rangers, and Phil Smith, an acknowledged … Continue reading

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Back on Bleakedgate Moor

On Saturday I was back on Bleakedgate Moor. I had done this walk last month and after telling my friends how enjoyable it was a couple of them asked if I would mind leading them on the walk. No problem. … Continue reading

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Crosby Rambling Club visits Malham.

Last weekend I was in the Yorkshire Dales visiting Malham with Crosby Rambling Club. I joined the ‘A’ party led by Roger and we started our walk from the village of Airton. We followed the Pennine Way towards Malham walking … Continue reading

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Hathersage reccee

My walk this week was from Hathersage in the Peak District. I was there to do a reccee for a forthcoming Crosby Rambling Club walk that Malcolm is due to lead. We set off from the village and headed south … Continue reading

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