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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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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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Esk Pike Following one of my Adventure Quest Veterans meet-ups in Patterdale (highlight: a shimmy up to the mighty well-hidden Priest Hole cave, below Dove Crag), I...
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Tryfan It has been a full-on few weeks, all things considered. Not least for my legs! Straight after a couple of weeks in SW France (somewhat walk-heavy, as we were out...
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AQ Patterdale – Finding the infamous Priest Hole! It was that time again… Mountain Leader (ML) training with Adventure Quest, an offshoot of the veterans’ charity...
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High Stile and Innominate Tarn It seems like an age since I last went up a mountain… What? It’s been what, less than 2 weeks? I don’t mind admitting I struggled...
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Ill Crag I’m afraid we’d been a little disappointed on Day 1 of our latest hiking trip in the Lakes, having had to rein in our multi-peak agenda due to bad weather....
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Britain’s highest peak In the week leading up to our latest outing in the mountains, we had kept a close eye on the weather, holding off from committing to a date...
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Jetboil Zip I have never really been one to follow fashion; it takes a lot to convince me to break away from familiar methods that I like. Whilst I did eventually open...
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ML Night Navigation – Snowdon I don’t mind admitting that when it comes to map-reading I’m something of a one-trick pony, a 1:25,000 man through and through. But...
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