Category Archives: Walks

A wet walk at Kirkby Lonsdale.

Last weekend I was out with Crosby Rambling Club when we visited Kirkby Lonsdale. We started our walk from Devil’s Bridge which on most weekends is crowded with motorcyclists. But today it was quiet, perhaps due to the weather forecast. … Continue reading

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Grey skies at Grasmere with Crosby Rambling Club.

Last Sunday I was out with my local rambling club when we visited Grasmere in the Lake District. I decided to do the B party walk. It was listed as challenging, not so much in terms of distance but it … Continue reading

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Settle with Crosby Rambling Club.

On Sunday I was out walking with Crosby Rambling Club when we visited Settle in Yorkshire. I chose to do the B walk, a steady 9 miles. It was a walk that I have done several times. I call it … Continue reading

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A walk up Moel Fammau.

Our walk this week was in Denbighshire, North Wales. We were walking up to the summit of Moel Fammau part of the Clwydian Range. Although only just over 1800 ft in height the view from the summit is fantastic. On … Continue reading

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A circuit of Loughrigg Fell.

At last the Covid restrictions are eased and I could get out to meet my friends from Crosby Rambling Club and enjoy a walk in the Lake District. Out destination was Ambleside and I did the B walk, a steady … Continue reading

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The Burscough Loop

My walk last weekend started from Burscough and crossed some of the flattest land on the Lancashire Plains. It was based on the ‘Wetlands and Waterways Route’, a 14.5 mile hike but we decided to just do the Burscough Loop. … Continue reading

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Round the Embalse de Guadalest.

Our walk today was round the reservoir at Guadalest. The village of Guadalest was built by the Moors in the 13th century  and has many attractive features, From the remains of the fort there were good views of the bell … Continue reading

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A climb to the watch tower.

December 9th 2006. Today we were walking in the Font Rioja National Park where the plan was to climb up to a fire watch tower high on the ridge of the Sierra Serrella. There were just three of us today, … Continue reading

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Sanchet. Polop to Finestrat.

I awoke to clear skies and I was picked up by Neil and Vanessa at 9.00am. Our plan was to do a linear walk from Sanchet to Finnestrat. approx. 16km. Vanessa drove out along the CV 70 towards Polop before … Continue reading

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A stroll on the Sierra Helada.

We are back in lockdown and unable to travel even short distances to do a walk. I am keeping myself occupied by reviewing some of my earlier walks. It was way back in December 2006 when I set off for … Continue reading

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