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A Corpse Road in Swaledale

There was a thick mist as we made out way over from Kirkby Stephen to Keld in Swaledale, but by the time we reached the tiny village, which is on both the Pennine Way and the Coast to Coast Path, it had melted away, leaving clear views down the dale and over the lonely and seemingly endless stretches of moorland. 531 more words

3. The White House pub to...the White House pub

  • Destination – The White House pub
  • Distance – 3.5 miles
  • Difficulty – Zilch
  • Interactive Route Map
  • Watch on YouTube

This walk, at 3.5 mile is the longest to date but easy to do as it’s virtually flat, so without further ado..let’s get started. 348 more words

A moorland odyssey.

Sunday 15th March 2015. The forecast was for a cold but cloudy day as I parked at Windy Hill on the South Pennine watershed and began my walk at 9-36 a.m. 493 more words

Marsden - The Film and Television Trail

An 8.5 mile walk that discovers some of the locations used in and around the West Yorkshire village of Marsden by film and television makers. 9 more words

Marsden

Walking with the Ghosts

My son and I went for a walk yesterday along part of the Pennine Way. We started from Standedge Cutting, where the A62 crosses the hills on its way from Huddersfield to Oldham. 610 more words

Pennine Way

Winter bog trotting on Kinder Scout

There’s few reasons to get out of bed at 7.30am on Sunday morning, but having the opportunity to go for a decent hike with friends is definitely one of them. 362 more words

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Milestones Exhibition, Crossing the Pennines opens in Create Space

Kirklees based, mental health charity, Support to Recovery’s new area “Create Space” opened at the beginning this year and has been very busy ever since, this, our second community exhibition, is on display until the 22nd of February. 743 more words