Author Topic: Climbing A New Hill...  (Read 189 times)

Lee in Doncaster

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Climbing A New Hill...
« on: 18:17:33, 03/12/17 »
...there aren't many left that I can easily reach on the bus.


Today's walk:


http://peakwalking.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/fairholmes-shatton-and-brough.html


Getting the perfect shot...and painful stools.
Walking every week in the Peak District...or somewhere else   http://peakwalking.blogspot.com

pleb

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Re: Climbing A New Hill...
« Reply #1 on: 09:48:51, 04/12/17 »
Looks like a nice clear day for it  O0  which is always a plus.

beefy

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Re: Climbing A New Hill...
« Reply #2 on: 14:40:09, 07/12/17 »
sitting right next to the crackling log fire. [/font][/size] O0
Can't fault ya, there's plenty of hills in the lake district you can get to by public transport, me and April go there every weekend  :)
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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Climbing A New Hill...
« Reply #3 on: 15:21:20, 07/12/17 »
sitting right next to the crackling log fire. [/font][/size] O0
Can't fault ya, there's plenty of hills in the lake district you can get to by public transport, me and April go there every weekend  :)


I'm lucky that I'm able to go walking midweek sometimes too. What are the Sunday bus services like in the Lakes Beefy? In the Peak District they're pretty much the same as the rest of the week, possibly even better in some aspects...loads of walkers use them to travel out from Sheffield...and the climbers/boulderers as well.
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beefy

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Re: Climbing A New Hill...
« Reply #4 on: 17:45:02, 07/12/17 »

I'm lucky that I'm able to go walking midweek sometimes too. What are the Sunday bus services like in the Lakes Beefy? In the Peak District they're pretty much the same as the rest of the week, possibly even better in some aspects...loads of walkers use them to travel out from Sheffield...and the climbers/boulderers as well.
Lee you can check out the bus times here
http://www.cumbria.gov.uk/roads-transport/public-transport-road-safety/transport/publictransport/busserv/timetables/default.asp





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Plus 2 campsites :)