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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May 15 2010

Walk 8: A Double Slice Of Wensleydale

Lovely Seat & Great Shunner Fell from Hardraw: I was slightly apprehensive as we parked up in Hardraw and waited for the others to arrive. I had some limited experience with Whernside and Ingleborough but today I was about to tackle the third highest peak in the Yorkshire Dales and I didn’t know what it may involve.

May 08 2010

Walk 7: One Peak, Two Peak, Three Peak, Four….

Gragareth, Green Hill, Great Coum & Crag Hill from Leck Fell House: I was nervous as we drove along the A65 towards Cowan Bridge. This wasn’t because we were almost at our starting point of Leck Fell House, or the fact that it had been three weeks since we were at Mallerstang, it was to do with the fact that if Leeds Utd won that afternoon, they would be promoted back to the Championship at our third attempt.

Apr 17 2010

Walk 6: Ramblin’ ‘n’ Scramblin’

High Seat, Archy Styrigg & Hugh Seat from Outhgill: We are all proud Yorkshire men and women, apart from Wu Tang who is a proud honorary Yorkshire woman. Today however we weren’t starting in God’s own County, as we had passed the sign for Cumbria a little way back down the road. To be honest things looked exactly the same in Cumbria as they do in Yorkshire.

Apr 02 2010

Walk 5: What’s The Wether Like?

Dodd Fell & Drumaldrace from Hawes: It was Good Friday when we set out for our fifth walk. I had purposely chosen the Friday rather than any other day over the long weekend that Easter brings, because it would enable us to enjoy the rest of the weekend with the walking done, rather than be wary of it coming half way through the weekend.

Mar 27 2010

Walk 4: The Long Road Home

Ingleborough & Simon Fell from Ingleton: Today was the day we took on one of the big boys of the Yorkshire Dales. Ingleborough is the second highest peak and one most of us have had a little experience with in one form or another. In the past, five of today’s walkers had climbed Ingleborough whilst doing the Three Peaks of Yorkshire, albeit a long time ago. The three that hadn’t climbed it were nervous and slightly worried about their ability to do it…