Sir Edmund

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

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  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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Aug 21 2010

The Dalesman – Sedbergh

Having been to Sedbergh before and visited The Bull Hotel on both occasions we decided to spread our wings a little and try somewhere else this time. We used the tried an tested selection process of the first pub we find wins and therefore The Dalesman was today’s venue for post ramble beverages. The walk …

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Aug 21 2010

Walk 17: The Howgills Revisited

Calders, Great Dummacks, Bram Rigg Top, The Calf & Arrant Haw from Sedbergh: All things being equal, we shouldn’t have even been here today, but as anyone who has walked often knows, Mother Nature is nobodies equal. We had intended to do all eight of the Howgills on our list, in one walk back in July, but had to abandon due to a swift change in the weather.

Aug 08 2010

Walk 16: Passing The Buck

Buckden Pike & Birks Fell from Buckden: This was meant to be the penultimate walk but for one reason or another we still had two to do. The main reason for this was the fact that we had to leave the Howgills without completing them all due to bad weather. The weather didn’t look like it was going to play a major part in today’s proceedings, with the day being overcast but not too cold.

Jul 24 2010

Walk 15: Off Peak

Yarlside, Randygill Top, The Calf, Bush Howe & Fell Head from Low Haygarth: Finally the day was here. On a couple of occasions on earlier walks we had seen the Howgill Fells from a distance but today was the day we met up close. The sight of them as we approached was inspiring and I couldn’t wait to get started.

Jul 10 2010

Walk 14: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…

Fountains Fell, Fountains Fell South Top, Darnbrook Fell, Plover Hill & Pen y ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale: I had a feeling that today was going to be a bit of a challenge due to the fact that we had five more peaks to tick off and we would be tackling our longest walk yet. As always we were in no rush and as long as we completed the walk then everyone would go home happy.