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Angle Tarn Whenever I hear that my great buddy Jen is planning to nip the Lakes, I ask to tag along, car space permitting. So I was delighted when she suggested I join...
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Wetherlam Plan A on this day had been to climb Sca Fell, but we ended up having to scale things right back time-wise in order for Jen to meet a client in Lancaster. I...
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Black Force What constitutes an epic hike? Perhaps it comes down to an individual’s thresholds of fitness and fear. We hear of hikers becoming ‘cragfast’, i.e....
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Stony Cove Pike It was another Adventure Quest week in the UK’s Lake District, but this time I arrived mid-week due to other commitments. The group had already...
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Jack’s Rake – Pavey Ark Welcome to another tale about a recent Adventure Quest outing! As usual we were a motley bunch of veterans, plus one civilian instructor,...
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Adam Seat It’s day three of our latest AQ gathering, and after the good old-fashioned soaking we endured on day two, the weatherman has promised glorious sunshine and...
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Kentmere Horseshoe It was day 1 of the latest Adventure Quest meet-up. This time our activities were to be based out of Kentmere Cottages, on the valley floor just...
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Blencathra Thank you for joining me for this new hiking tale… about a climb up another of England’s highest mountains, taking my total to nine out of the top ten!...
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CROSS FELL I think we Brits are born to complain… As I sit in my tiny living room at the top of Kendal in Cumbria, watching summer rainfall for the first time after...
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Red Screes via Kilnshaw Chimney I’d known about this opportunity in advance, but still I’d had to weigh up a couple of options. 1. Go and see if I could be helpful...
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Helvellyn 2018 My second trip up Helvellyn happened to fall at the same time of year as the first, which was in 2017 with Jen. I recall that as we left home near...
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Wild Boar Fell Often, people who live in the razzle-dazzle of the city are hardly aware of how much beauty and culture waits quietly just a stone’s throw away in...
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Fairfield Horseshoe “No group of fells in the Lake District exhibit a more striking contrast in appearance when surveyed from opposite sides than this lofty Fairfield...
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Bwlch yr Ole Wen It had been a long 24 hours, starting with nearly 300 miles of driving from Cumbria to Mid-Wales before swinging back northwards to Bethesda for a...
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Fell Head Scar… I was recently challenged to write my next hiking blog as a poem! I thought a limerick would be more fun… and then came along the perfect opportunity...
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