Tag Archive: dales

May 29 2010

The Bull Hotel – Sedbergh

As today’s route commenced from the ‘far end’ of Baugh Fell and Knoutberry Haw, rather than head back towards the Moorcock Inn and Hawes further on, we decided to have a bimble on into Sedbergh for our post-ramble tipple and what a lovely surprise was in store. Sedbergh is a lovely quaint little town, and …

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May 29 2010

Walk 9: Twin Peaks

Knoutberry Haw & Tarn Rigg Hill from Garsdale Foot: We met at The Moorcock Inn on the A684, before proceeding along the same road towards Sedbergh. After a short while we took a little road to our right, and followed that, slowly, as we neared our starting point of Garsdale Foot.

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May 15 2010

The Green Dragon – Hardraw

A good number of miles under our belt again, the troops were pleased that the walk began and ended in Hardraw. This not only meant an ale or two in the Green Dragon, but they could also take in Hardraw Force. The tight accountant was however, flabbergasted to learn the only access to the beautiful …

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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.