Monthly Archives: April 2017

Tackling the Tacklers Trail.

Our walk this week took us up to the West Pennine Moors, close to Darwen in Lancashire. We were doing the Tacklers Trail which is a section of the Witton Weavers Way. In the 19th century this part of Lancashire … Continue reading

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Away with the fairies.

For my walk this week I went to Fairy Glen, situated on the side of Parbold Hill in Lancashire. The Glen follows Sprodley Brook which over a period of time has cut through the underlying sandstone to create the steep … Continue reading

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A walk in Delamere Forest.

My walk this week was in Delamere Forest in Cheshire. Delamere forest originated from the Norman Hunting forests of Mara and Mondrum. Today it is mainly a recreation area very popular with cyclists. There are several designated cycle trails for … Continue reading

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No 108, Barrow.

Last weekend I was out with Crosby Rambling Club when we visited Keswick. I joined the rather large B party on a pleasant walk to the summit of Barrow at 1494 ft. It was my 108th Wainwright. I am now … Continue reading

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Formby Point.

It was a beautiful sunny morning so I decided to do a short walk. Having checked the tide timetable I set out for Formby Point, just a few miles along the coast. I parked at the National Trust beach car … Continue reading

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Causey Pike recce.

My walk this week was in the Lake District where I accompanied Les and Gordon on a recce for the next walk with Crosby Rambling Club. We parked in Keswick and set out towards Portinscale. We could see Causey Pike … Continue reading

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