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Mam Tor and the Great Ridge.

Yesterday I was out with Crosby Rambling Club when we visited Castleton and walked along Great Ridge. This ridge separates the carboniferous limestone of the White Peak from the gritstone of the Dark Peak to the north. The ridge extends … Continue reading

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Crosby Rambling Club

The club now has its own official website. http://www.crosbyramblingclub.co.uk This has details of all the club events and activities, plus a Flickr account with images from the walks. I will keep this site active to record some of the walks. … Continue reading

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Kirkby Lonsdale

Last Sunday the club visited Kirkby Lonsdale and they enjoyed superb weather conditions. Barbara Mc led the ‘B’ party.9 miles with 900ft of ascent. We follow paths and lanes to High Biggins and then go over fields to Hutton Roof. … Continue reading

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Loggerheads

Sunday 16th December 2012. The ‘A’ walk was led by David Lewis. 10 miles A suitable hill walk for the shortest daylight Sunday of the year, on which we can work up a good appetite for the evening meal at … Continue reading

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Hebden Bridge A

The A walk was led by Les Thomson and covered 11 miles. Leaving town the walk leads to Stoodley Pike, a famous landmark on the Pennine Way, which we follow for a while.The Calderdale Way takes us to Wither Clough … Continue reading

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Hebden Bridge

Sunday 4th November The club visited Hebden Bridge where Barbara Mc. led the B walk. Hardcastle Crags and Grimsworth Dean 8.5 miles, 950 ft of ascent. We make our way to New Bridge and from there we follow Hebden Dale … Continue reading

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Llanrwst to Betws-y-Coed

David Lewis led the A party on a linear walk from Llanrwst to Betws-y-Coed. Distance 11 miles Height climbed 280 metres Going – Generally good paths, no steep slopes. A moderate grade, linear walk that traverses a variety of interesting … Continue reading

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