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Mossley To Marsden: Running The Long Way Round

It’s been a double running weekend this weekend which is unusal for me but I’ve wanted to do this run for a while. As it has been dry recently I thought it was the ideal time to tackle some of the Pennine Way which has a reputation for being wet and boggy a lot of the time. 294 more words

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Day 19: Windy Gyle to Kirk Yetholm

24km (465.72 km) – Friday 22nd July.
We had to wait until Joyce, the host-run-ragged could find the time to deposit us back on the track today so we finally started around 10am, quite late by any walker’s standards, we then had a two mile hike back up to Windy Gyle to continue on the Pennine Way. 274 more words

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Day 18: Byrness to Windy Gyle

24.6 km (441.72 km) – Thursday 21st July.

Today got off to a good start because we are staying a second night at the same place so we only needed to carry waterproofs and water, I was almost skipping along with my new found weight loss. 205 more words

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Day 17: Bellingham to Byrness

26.7 km (417.12 km) – Wednesday 20th July.
As we were leaving The Cheviot Hotel the rain began, I had been hoping to awake to a fresh day with clear blue skies, unfortunately the rain had yet to come in earnest. 284 more words

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Day 16: Haydon Bridge ( Housesteads) to Bellingham

24 km (390.42 km) – Tuesday 19th July. The taxi took us back to where he’d picked us up yesterday and we thought leaving at 9 am would give us ample time to reach Bellingham. 336 more words

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Day 15: Greenhead to Haydon Bridge

19 km (366.42 km) – Monday 18th July.

Daniel blog: Today was a short day, so we didn’t stop for lunch and had few rest stops. 125 more words

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