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Walk after Work

By Mark Wright Summer evenings are just the best aren’t they? Warm, light evenings are just the perfect invitation for a walk after work. So, on Wednesday after racing out the office and throwing some fruit and water into my little pack, I headed down Borrowdale to the small but beautiful village of Stonethwaite with…

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High Snockrigg and Robinson

Morning Walk at Buttermere

By Mark Wright On Saturday morning I made the most of the sunshine and took myself off to Buttermere where I enjoyed a lovely walk round the lake. I walked anti clockwise, and rather than simply sticking with the lake shore path I headed up through Burtness Wood and onto the fell-side beneath High Stile…

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Red Pike

Temperature Inversions

By Mark Wright Temperature inversions would appear to have been the main topic of conversion in the Lake District this week. News was out on Sunday evening that Monday had a good inversion forecast and walkers were out in numbers with their cameras. Social media was awash with fantastic images. Work commitments prevented me from…

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Grasmoor from Darling Fell

Low Fell and Darling Fell

By Mark Wright Despite having walked extensively throughout the lakes for many years now, there are still many places I have yet to visit. Not just fell tops, but valleys and tarns too. My list of ‘things to do and places to see’ seems to be growing faster than I can tick them off. In…

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Lynne on the Beach, Pembrokeshire

My Adventure on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

By Lynne Hume After a busy few months organising some great walking holidays for our clients, the staff here at Mickledore will be getting away from our desks over the next few weeks and checking out some of the routes you love best. We’ll be spending our days walking so we can tell you first…

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