Category Archives: Cumbria

Lupton to Devil’s Bridge

On Sunday I was out with Crosby Rambling Club when I joined the ‘B’ party on a linear walk from Lupton to Devil’s,Bridge. We got off the coach at the Plough Inn at Lupton and walked down a track to … Continue reading

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Round Barbon Fell

I was out this week in Cumbria with Les and Gordon to do a reccee for the next Crosby Rambling Club ‘A’ Party walk. Our destination was Kirkby Lonsdale and we parked at Devil’s Bridge, a popular spot with bikers, … Continue reading

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Crosby Rambling Club visits Kirkby Stephen

On Sunday I was walking in Cumbria with my local rambling club. Our destination was Kirkby Stephen, an important staging post on the Coast to Coast walk. The ‘A’ party were going to do the two hour climb up to … Continue reading

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Cautley Spout, a Howgills Classic

Last week I was walking in the Howgills in Cumbria, doing a reccee for a future Crosby Rambling Club walk. Bob was the leader and we were doing the classic Cautley Spout circuit. We parked in Sedbergh and headed north-east … Continue reading

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A fine day in Razz’n’d’l.

Last weekend I was out with my local Rambling Club when we visited Razz’n’d’l. Well that is how the locals pronounce it but if you want to find it on the map you will have to look for – Ravenstonedale. … Continue reading

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Cartmel, Home of the Sticky Toffee Pudding.

Cartmel is situated 2 miles north of Grange –over –Sands in Cumbria and horse racing takes place here several times a year. Cartmel’s religious history dates back to 677 when King Egfrith of Northumbria gave the village to St Cuthbert. … Continue reading

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Coniston

Yesterday I went out walking with my local rambling club, Crosby CHA. Our destination was Coniston and I did the “B” walk led by Ray McNamara. From the village we walked up past the Sun Hotel to take the path … Continue reading

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