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Lake District / Re: TR. 19th May, Sheffield Pike and Glenridding Dodd
« Last post by Ridge on Yesterday at 23:47:26 »
Lovely photos of lovely hills.
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General Walking Discussion / Re: Where is this?
« Last post by ninthace on Yesterday at 22:37:00 »
Richard or Buzy have it. Said it was easy. Over to either of you.
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General Walking Discussion / Re: Where is this?
« Last post by BuzyG on Yesterday at 22:25:56 »
Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor.
You beat me by 10 mins.  Must try harder.

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Lake District / Re: TR. 19th May, Sheffield Pike and Glenridding Dodd
« Last post by richardh1905 on Yesterday at 22:18:25 »
Lovely photos - particularly liked the shot of Helvellyn with the tarn in the foreground.
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General Walking Discussion / Re: Where is this?
« Last post by richardh1905 on Yesterday at 22:09:02 »
Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor.
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Scotland / Re: Into the far North West.
« Last post by richardh1905 on Yesterday at 21:54:23 »
Wonderful country. Thanks for posting.
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For a 5 mile walk that offers a lot of fabulous views. You certainly picked a cracking day for it.
Brilliant TR & photos  O0
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News and Articles / Re: Rewilding Britain
« Last post by Bigfoot_Mike on Yesterday at 20:00:50 »
Moss is generally green, so it is part of the lawn. The only flying snails would be those in the beaks of crows or gulls (which can fly off with a catís food bowl). Aberdeenshire gulls are also know as pterodactyls.
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Spur of the moment decision to give the Cwm Eigiau Horseshoe a visit.
Something really strange happened today, from leaving the shockingly pot holed upper Eigiau carpark, and a full anti clockwise traverse of the full horseshoe, i completed it back to the car, in 4hrs 17min.

It was quite windy, with a chill wind, throughout most of the walk, but i felt just superb.

Carpark to the cairn on Llewellyn's summit, 1hr 42min, and three hours exactly to the style below Pen Lithrig Y Wrach.

I much prefer an ascent of Pen Yr Helyg Ddu from Craig Yr Ysfa, rather than a decent from the Lithrig y Wrach side,, as the ground above Pen Yr Helyg is very steep and sheer, always frightens me.

Just enjoyed the entire walk, and just over 4hrs really surprised me.

I was not walking particularly quickly, but i can never remember doing it this quickly, everything just felt right for a quick traverse.
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Lake District / Re: A Haystacks adventure.
« Last post by MarkT on Yesterday at 19:30:12 »
Interesting day out and goes to show, anything can happen.


Do you know if she had actually summited Haystacks? Pic looks just off summit and hope she had done it but she may have been on her way up from Black Sail before her mishap.
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