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Honister Crag and Dale Head

Great Gable

With fine weather forecast yesterday I headed out to enjoy one of my favourite walks. Honister to Great Gable. There was a slight twist on this occasion as my intention wasn’t to go to the summit of Great Gable but rather to walk round it on the high level traverse which Alfred Wainwright described as…

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Three Peaks

Yorkshire

I first stood on Pen y Ghent in October of last year. It was a warm autumn day, the skies were clear, and as I stood surveying the beautiful Yorkshire countryside around me I couldn’t have been happier. I was drawn to what I understood to be Ingleborough and to the right of that Whernside….

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Catbells

Autumn into Winter

When there is snow on the ground and the sun is shining from a bright blue sky it requires very little motivation to get out and walk. However it’s not quite so easy when you wake to a damp, gloomy grey day and find the snow has melted. However it pays to lace up your…

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Rob Roy Way

Rob Roy Way

Last month Peter Draemann from Zurich walked the Rob Roy Way with us. A 79 mile holiday from Drymen up to Pitlochry. Peter has very kindly shared an account of his walking holiday with us. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we have. Peter began by saying, “First of all I would…

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Egton Bridge to Robin Hood's Bay

Egton Bridge to Robin Hood’s Bay

“What a finish to this brilliant walk across England!” Lucy’s thoughts as she walked from Egton Bridge to Robin Hood’s Bay on Saturday. The sun was shining as well as it being a blustery day, making it a “fleece on – fleece off” kind of day. Yet another day full of surprises, with a mix…

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Young Ralph's Cross

Blakey to Egton Bridge

“I didn’t think it could get much better, but it did!” Lucy’s thoughts after walking from Blakey to Egton Bridge on day 7 of her Coast to Coast holiday. As the sun set over the moors the previous evening, the sky was streaked with blue and pink. This was matched the next morning by a…

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Great Broughton to Blakey

Great Broughton to Blakey

Yesterday was a day of moors, stunning vast open landscapes and big blue skies as Lucy walked from Great Broughton to Blakey.  Although Lucy spent most of the day walking on her own, inevitably on the Coast to Coast, she met people along the way that she’s been walking with and become friends with over…

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Arncliffe to Great Broughton

Arncliffe to Great Broughton

  Everyone Lucy walked with between Arncliffe and Great Broughton yesterday had only had two words to describe their day: “stunning” and “beautiful”. The day began with a steady climb up through Arncliffe woods with frequent views back down the Vale of Mowbray. It was a very hazy start to the day which added a…

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Richmond to Ingleby Arncliffe

Richmond to Ingleby Arncliffe

Yesterday Lucy walked what is commonly described as the long flat bit of the Coast to Coast, from Richmond to Ingleby Arncliffe, and yes it’s true it’s long and flat however there is still plenty to see along the way. It’s also worth remembering, if the distance seems too far it can be broken down…

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