Category Archives: Walks

Coniston

Yesterday I went out walking with my local rambling club, Crosby CHA. Our destination was Coniston and I did the “B” walk led by Ray McNamara. From the village we walked up past the Sun Hotel to take the path … Continue reading

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Kettlewell

Last week, Les and I did the reccee for the next A party walk which will be Kettlewell. The walk is 12 miles along Wharfedale, then over the top to Litton. More riverside walking along the River Skirfare leads to … Continue reading

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Kirkstone and Scandale Pass

Les, Gordon and myself went up the Lake District to do a recce for the next Crosby CHA walk. Our base was to be Ambleside but we wanted to do something a bit different. We mapped out a circular route … Continue reading

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Derwentbank weekend, March 2012

Neil Woodhouse has sent in these images taken on the Derwentbank weekend. Three are of the A walk on Saturday when they went up Grizedale Pike and encountered a bit of snow. The others were taken on the Sunday when … Continue reading

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Trefriw, The B party ramble

Virginia McCombe will now be leading the B walk on Sunday 11th march. Here is the walk description Trefriw has a long history as a river port. It was used to transport wool in the 14th century, and later slate, … Continue reading

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Winder, Calders and the Calf.

Monday 13th February. Recce for the CHA. Les and I had intended to do the recce last Friday but we had to postpone it due to the weather conditions. Sub zero temperatures and freezing rain. It was the same all … Continue reading

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Saddle Fell,Fair Snape & Parlick.

Recee for the next A party walk. The predicted snow had arrived. There had been heavy falls in Cumbria and the Peak District, but would we be OK in the Forrest of Bowland?. We would soon find out. As we … Continue reading

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