Sir Edmund

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Name: Dave ingham
Date registered: Friday, 2 November 2012

Latest posts

  1. Walk 103 – Resurfacing Of The Badgers — Saturday, 1 October 2016
  2. Walk 93 – Ebor Way 2 – Hovingham to Sheriff Hutton — Saturday, 16 May 2015
  3. Walk 92 – Ebor Way 1 – Helmsley to Hovingham — Saturday, 18 April 2015
  4. Walk 91 – No Moor Than We Have To — Saturday, 28 March 2015
  5. Walk 89 – Point Of View — Saturday, 17 January 2015

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Author's posts listings

May 28 2011

Walk 30: The Langdale Pikes

Thorn Crag (not intended), Loft Crag (almost), Pike o’ Stickle, Harrison Stickle, Thunacar Knott & Pavery Ark from New Dungeon Ghyll: Two weeks earlier we had started our Lake District adventure with a wonderful visit to walk the Fairfield Horseshoe, but today’s walk seemed even more impressive each time I researched it on the internet during the build-up.

May 14 2011

Walk 29: Fairfield Horseshoe

Nab Scar, Heron Pike, Great Rigg, Fairfield, Hart Crag, Dove Crag, High Pike & Low Pike from Ambleside: Saturday 14th May 2011 was the day we would finally get to retrace some of AW’s steps as we made our first venture in the Lake District. I had been both excited and nervous about this day but it was a day that had to come. There are 214 so called Wainwright’s and that was a list that had to be taken on at some point.

Apr 27 2011

The Black Bull – Reeth

The Black Bull was our overnight accommodation but to us it was more than that, it was a pub too. We had a couple of drinks the moment we stopped walking but then we collected our bags and went up to get showered and changed. I came back down to find the team sat outside …

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Apr 25 2011

Walk 28: The Herriot Way – Day Four

Keld to Hawes: I awoke on day four to the sound of birds tweeting and lambs bleating as we had slept with the window open and what a fantastic sound to start the day off. I slowly eased myself out of bed to see how I felt, as through the night I had woken feeling sick.

Apr 24 2011

Butt House – Keld

We arrived at our final B&B of the trip, Butt House in Keld. This had a different feel to the other places we stayed in that it was actually like walking into someone else’s home and we were immediately made to feel welcome. Downstairs was a dining room and a sitting room, which was very …

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