Tag Archive: walk report

Feb 23 2013

Walk 59 – Leeds Country Way – Part 2 – Fulneck to Apperley Bridge

Fulneck to Apperley Bridge:It was a cold, crisp day as we arrived at the Bankhouse to continue on our Leeds Country Way journey. As usual, the fact I was in my shorts raised a comment or two, but I was more concerned about the fact Wu Tang had removed my gloves from my rucksack and my hands were cold.

Feb 02 2013

Walk 58 – Leeds Country Way – Part 1 – Gildersome to Fulneck

Gildersome to Fulneck:It had been two months since our last outing but a lot had happened in between our trip to South Nab and the present day. Santa Claus had been to visit and a new year had begun, more importantly, in the middle of those two events the Rambling Badgers had welcomed a new addition to the clan…

Dec 01 2012

Walk 57 – Been There, Dun That!

South Nab from Dunford Bridge: This was going to be the last walk of 2012 due to various reasons, including the busy festive period, but personally the most important of which was the ever nearing arrival of Sir Edmund junior, and I didn’t want to be caught half way up a hill somewhere if Wu Tang called.

Sep 08 2012

Walk 55: Beat The Bookie

Sir William Hill from Eyam: As the saying goes “the bookie always wins”, but today we aimed to prove that theory wrong, and hopefully we aimed to take on Sir William Hill and return triumphant.

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Aug 25 2012

Walk 54: At Our Witts End

Witton Fell from East Witton: Our trip to Witton Fell didn’t start exactly as we wanted as the AA route planner directions failed to instruct us off the A1…

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