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Day 46 - Thornton in Craven to Malham

Another late start, after a disastrous night which ended up with both children sleeping in our bed. For those wondering, a caravan bed intended for two doesn’t really sleep two six foot adults plus two children anywhere near comfortably, and we were all more than a bit tired and grumpy as a result. 498 more words

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Days Like This, No 10: Peaking on the Three Peaks

WHEN you walk 24 miles (39km) in one day the soles of your feet sting and your socks feel like Brillo pads. Your legs don’t bend easily at the knees, your body aches all over, and your skin feels tight beneath a microscopic shell of sweat, dust and grime. 412 more words

Walking

Walking Home along the Pennine Way

Several years ago, Christine went to a conference in Liverpool and I tagged along. The day she gave her paper, I took the train to Edale, a village in the Peak District National Park, and spent the day wandering around the moors and valleys. 854 more words

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The Black Peak District

Wednesday morning we were away from Selby fairly handy as we wanted to spend our last week in the Peak District. We took the most direct, if least scenic, route over the M62 then down the M1 to the Woodhead Pass. 253 more words

Peak District

The Bothy Bonanza.

After coming back to the house from my ┬álast overnighter I was eager to get back out. That night while looking through the ‘Pennine Way’ guide book I noticed there is a bothy 20km away from where I rest my head. 901 more words

Kyle Lintern

The final marathon to Kirk Yetholm - Day 15

Ok, not quite a marathon but I knew this day was going to be tough and so I was mentally prepared for the long walk ahead. 1,065 more words

Photography

Wayfarer to the peaks. Part 3

Edale , Booth and the Pennine way
After finally deciding to alight at Edale on our journey on the Hope Valley line. We decided to see what it had to offer and with two hours till our next train we had plenty of time to explore.

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