Author Topic: Edale Skyline  (Read 1081 times)

harry_keogh

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Edale Skyline
« on: 22:29:44, 12/12/17 »
Did this at the end of October, quite unplanned. I originally set out to a walk from Doctors Gate but it turned out Snake Pass was closed. Anyway, I had a great day - and a long one. I foolishly left my food in the car and so did the whole 21 miles running on empty. I also started panicking at the end as I remembered I'd also left my torch behind and it was starting to go dark! Just about made it back.


Full trip report: The Edale Skyline



roughyed

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Re: Edale Skyline
« Reply #1 on: 15:12:17, 21/12/17 »
Great blog.

Brown Knoll looks a lot easier than the last time I did it!  I waited until the height of summer and a few weeks of drought, and it was still 'damp'!

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Re: Edale Skyline
« Reply #2 on: 18:58:01, 21/12/17 »
Great read and photo's. Not done the whole skyline, only just over half a few year's ago and was knackered  ;D  Great effort O0
« Last Edit: 09:31:46, 22/12/17 by redeye »

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Re: Edale Skyline
« Reply #3 on: 09:02:49, 22/12/17 »
I did this walk earlier in the year!  Great pics Harry O0
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Re: Edale Skyline
« Reply #4 on: 13:05:16, 25/12/17 »
Nice one, Harry. Thank you.
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harry_keogh

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Re: Edale Skyline
« Reply #5 on: 13:05:03, 15/01/18 »
Cheers all  O0