Author Topic: Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End  (Read 193 times)

harry_keogh

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Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End
« on: 15:25:12, 02/04/21 »
A return to action! This was my first Peak District walk since last summers visit by the bearded vulture. It turned into a gloriously sunny day although at 7am, it was still quite chilly up on those moors and I wore my jacket for the first 2 or 3 hours. The route covered Snailsden Edge, Ramsden Clough and Lightens Edge, Dewhill Naze, and Dead Edge End. I had it all done by lunchtimem and actually did a second walk in the afternoon - although I haven't written that one up yet.


Full report: Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End



Skip

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Re: Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End
« Reply #1 on: 18:55:46, 02/04/21 »
Nice one Harry - 'bogtastic' in places no doubt :)
Thanks for posting.
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GinAndPlatonic

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Re: Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End
« Reply #2 on: 20:38:43, 02/04/21 »
Superb weather by the looks of it..some glorious views to boot . O0
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Re: Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End
« Reply #3 on: 21:12:08, 02/04/21 »
Canít wait for the opportunity to visit.  Thanks for posting.

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Re: Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End
« Reply #4 on: 20:50:00, 05/04/21 »
Just enjoyed reading your Howden Edge walk as well as this one. 


Nice first forays out into the wilds.


Is your mileage correct though?  Only 1 mile for this walk?!


Hope you've recovered from your sunstroke  :)
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harry_keogh

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Re: Snailsden Edge and Dead Edge End
« Reply #5 on: 23:36:28, 05/04/21 »
Just enjoyed reading your Howden Edge walk as well as this one. 


Nice first forays out into the wilds.


Is your mileage correct though?  Only 1 mile for this walk?!


Hope you've recovered from your sunstroke  :)


oops! Slight error with the PHP code I was tinkering with earlier - should be fixed now! (may need a hard refresh in the browser)


Took me a couple of days to recover, all good now though. I just wish my knee didn't keep [censored] up on every long walk. My physio can't see anything wrong with the knee itself - I pass all of his tests with flying colours. I reckon it's a tendon issue myself that gets inflamed after a lot of walking on uneven ground where my leg gets twisted around a bit.