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Becoming a Mountain Leader

Ever thought about becoming a Mountain Leader? This post is a great insight into the process: https://wildaboutscotland.com/2016/10/08/becoming-a-mountain-leader/ Becoming a Mountain Leader I’m delighted to say that I have just recently passed my Mountain Leader award, a professional qualification that allows me to take groups into the… Source

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High Dales Hike Day 1: Skipton to Malham

The first in a multi-part series of hikes through the High Dales. Well worth a read: http://charleshawes.veddw.com/the-dales-high-way/high-dales-hike-day-1-skipton-to-malham/ High Dales Hike Day 1: Skipton to Malham Date walked: 12th September 2014 Distance: 13 miles Map required: OS Explorer OL2 – Yorkshire Dales, Southern and Western areas A Dales High Way Companion by Tony and Chris Grogan ****… Source

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Caminito Del Rey: Spain’s Most Dangerous Hike • Expert Vagabond

Here’s something a bit different, hiking Spains most dangerous path in flip flops! https://expertvagabond.com/caminito-del-rey/ Caminito Del Rey: Spain’s Most Dangerous Hike • Expert Vagabond Balancing precariously on rusty steel beam 350 feet in the air, I slowly cross trying not to glance down. The Caminito del Rey is not your typical hike. Source

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Princetown to Great Mis Tor – Dartmoor Circular Walks

A great circular route in Dartmoor from one of our favourite blogs: http://www.southdownswalking.com/princetown-great-mis-tor/ Princetown to Great Mis Tor – Dartmoor Circular Walks A Dartmoor circular walk of just over 9 miles, from Princetown to Great Mis Tor and back via the old railway at Kings Tor. Dartmoor Devon hiking. Source

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A Curious Corner of Cambridge

A unique ramble around Cambrige, a must read: http://cumbrianrambler.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/a-curious-corner-of-cambridge.html A Curious Corner of Cambridge OS Maps are fantastic – not only do they guide us and keep us safe on high mountains, they also enable us to discover hidden away treas… Source