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Jumble Hole ramble

A mid-October ramble started with an easy walk along the canal to Callis Bridge. Crossing the road, we turned right up Jumble Hole Road then followed a path on the left side of the stream. 218 more words

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Pennine Way – Sep 18 – Day 8

This was a Slogging Day. I’ve never liked hard surface tracks on long distance walks, and the section between Horton and Hawes was just that. WIth a mist blanking out anything of interest, this rather sinister sheep’s skull attached to the fence was something of a highlight. 148 more words

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Pennine Way – Sep 17 – Day 7

First sighting of Horton-in-Ribblesdale

It’s 15 miles from Malham to Horton, including Pen-y-Ghent which has some useful rock steps for the steepest part to the summit but they’re somehow confusing right at the end, and I clamber up the last part like a clumsy four-legged beetle, the rucksack weight forever threatening to tip me off. 332 more words

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The Ridgeway

Although this blog is mainly about growing veg from time to time I wander off into other interests of mine. One of which is hill walking and after finally completing the Pennine Way last year we decided to start The Ridgeway National Trail this summer. 21 more words

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Ickornshaw to Elslack

1 September 2013 – 10.7 miles

Our last Pennine Way walk of the season, and writing this up a year later, our last for a good while to come. 393 more words

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