Monthly Archives: May 2020

Memories of Cadair Idris.

Memories of a walk with Crosby Rambling Club. We started our walk from the car park close to the Minffordd Hotel where the B4405 meets the A487. We followed the well signposted path which zigzagged steeply up through the trees. … Continue reading

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A Porpoise on Crosby Beach.

This morning I was enjoying my early morning walk when I spotted something lying on the beach. It was a dead Porpoise which had probably been washed up during the recent storms. Someone had reported it and as I stood … Continue reading

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Capel Curig to Trefriw

I am looking back on some of my walks and rediscovered this memorable day in Wales in 2012. I wonder if I could still do it. Sunday 11th march 2012. I am 68 today and what better way to celebrate … Continue reading

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Magic moments on Crosby Beach.

Early morning and I was down on Crosby Beach. It was almost deserted, just me and a seagull. Then a Little Egret flew in to say “Hello” to one of the Iron Men. Magic

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Memories of Snowdon.

I have climbed Snowdon several times but these images are from a walk that I did with Crosby Rambling Cub. Our ascent of Snowdon was by the Snowdon Ranger Path and out return by the Rhyd Ddu route. Although only … Continue reading

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Far Easedale and the Helm Crag Ridge.

The walk to Easedale Tarn with the return along the Helm Crag ridge is one of my favourite walks in the Lake District. I have done it many times over the years and hope to do it again when lockdown … Continue reading

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Memories of Helvellyn.

24th April 1990. It is almost exactly 30 years ago that I first climbed Helvellyn via Striding Edge with the return via Swirral Edge. One of the classic Lake District walks. During the past few weeks of lockdown I have … Continue reading

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