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Snowdon – Crib Goch & Pyg Path

Snowdon – Crib Goch & Pyg Path

Crib Goch – Mount Snowdon Area: Snowdonia – Mount Snowdon Starting point: Pen Y Pass Date of walk: 25th March 2017 Walkers: Me Distance: 8.36m Difficulty: Hard Terrain: Rocky Weather: Sun, blue skies, clear Crib Goch, A walk? (or ‘scramble’ should I say) the only part of this walk is on the Pyg path on the way down! has been one to certainly write home about. It’s been a hazy week, some niggling thoughts of worldly nature have taken a…

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Beeley loop – A walk with water

Beeley loop – A walk with water

Area: Derbyshire – Peak District Starting point: Beeley Moor (circular walk) Date of walk: 13th April 2016 Walkers: Me & Yannis Distance: 4.96m Difficulty: Easy Terrain: Woodland, Wateralls, Streams Weather: Sun, blue skies This is probably one of my favourite walks in the Chatsworth / Rowsley area of Derbyshire. I’ve done this walk before, & there is a fantastic waterfall on the route. I have the urge to pick up some fruit from the store to make a peace offering during my walk today. It’s…

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Welton Loop – The Yorkshire Wolds

Welton Loop – The Yorkshire Wolds

Area: East Yorkshire Starting point: Welton (circular walk) Date of walk: 26th April 2016 Walkers: Me & Merlin Distance: 6.51m Difficulty: Easy – Moderate Terrain: Woodland, Roads & National trails Weather: Sun, blue skies, light rain, hail & snow (yes all 4 seasons, typical English weather) Yorkshire is the biggest county in the UK. However, it is split into 3 smaller counties,1 of them being the flat landed East Yorkshire. Quite different to the rolling Derbyshire Dales I am used…

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Walks and Talks with a friend

Walks and Talks with a friend

Last Monday, I decided to go out and test what gear I had accumulated for my 650 mile hike. It was an interesting 2 days indeed. I met up with an old friend from London. James his name is, and i soon remembered one of James traits was that he can’t keep his mouth shut for more than a few seconds…. The plan was, to head into the peak district. Ashbourne to be precise, walk up the Tissington Trail up…

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