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News - November 2009

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First snows of winter arrive

First snows of winter arrive

Posted 30 November 2009
The first winter snowfall has hit Britain, with forecasters expecting more this week.
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Mountain biking fans alerted as event registration opens

Mountain biking fans alerted as event registration opens

Posted 30 November 2009
An endurance event that includes mountain biking among its activities has announced the opening of registration to take part in its 2010 edition.
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Meeting to discuss park boundaries

Meeting to discuss park boundaries

Posted 30 November 2009
A public consultation is set to take place in December on proposals to extend the boundaries of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks.
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BMC announces climbing route improvements

BMC announces climbing route improvements

Posted 27 November 2009
A climbing area owned by the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) has had improvements made to six of its routes, the organisation has announced.
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Try Rannoch Moor, walkers urged

Try Rannoch Moor, walkers urged

Posted 26 November 2009
Those fancying putting on their walking boots and finding somewhere really wild can discover it on Rannoch Moor in the west Highlands, it has been ...
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Consultation continues on Lakeland trail proposal

Consultation continues on Lakeland trail proposal

Posted 25 November 2009
There are five days remaining before a consultation ends on a proposal to create a trail along an old railway line between Coniston in the Lake ...
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New mountain bike centre opens

New mountain bike centre opens

Posted 25 November 2009
A new mountain biking centre has opened in South Wales, offering a new venue for fans of the sport to enjoy.
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Climbing to be an Olympic sport?

Climbing to be an Olympic sport?

Posted 25 November 2009
The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) has declared its support for climbing being made an Olympic sport.
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Know your mountains, climbing expert states

Know your mountains, climbing expert states

Posted 24 November 2009
Those keen on some winter climbing in the Scottish mountains should make sure they know the shape of the hill they are on to aid flexibility, an ...
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Snowdon facility set for upgrade

Snowdon facility set for upgrade

Posted 24 November 2009
The Pen y Pass facilities at the top of the Llanberis Pass in Snowdonia are to undergo a major upgrade, the national park authority has said.
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Dales to be featured in Potter film

Dales to be featured in Potter film

Posted 24 November 2009
The Yorkshire Dales forms the latest scenic backdrop to a Harry Potter film as the young wizard's latest adventure - Harry Potter and the Deathly ...
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Forest offers stargazing event

Forest offers stargazing event

Posted 23 November 2009
Stargazers hoping to make the most of the dark winter skies are being offered the chance to do so by the Forestry Commission.
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Mountain bike trail extended

Mountain bike trail extended

Posted 23 November 2009
A North Shore mountain biking club has expanded its trail in Staffordshire, three years after being founded.
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Third of English coastline now to be accessible, expert notes

Third of English coastline now to be accessible, expert notes

Posted 20 November 2009
Over a third of England's coastline is to become accessible to walkers after the passing into law of the Marine and Coastal Access Act last week, it ...
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Tree planters head for Lake District forest

Tree planters head for Lake District forest

Posted 20 November 2009
Whinlatter Forest in the Lake District is to be the scene of an unusual record attempt on December 5th, when a bid will be made to plant the most ...
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Dales visitors 'come for the walking'

Dales visitors 'come for the walking'

Posted 20 November 2009
The majority of people who come to the Yorkshire Dales do so for walking, a poll by the national park authority has found.
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Chew Moors give Peak walkers much to bite on

Chew Moors give Peak walkers much to bite on

Posted 18 November 2009
The coming weekend will see a guided walk take place on the Chew Moors in the Peak District National Park.
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Regional park proposal backed

Regional park proposal backed

Posted 18 November 2009
Plans to make the Campsie Fells in Scotland into a regional park have been backed by local campaigners and a number of members of the Scottish ...
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Kendal set for Mountain Film Festival

Kendal set for Mountain Film Festival

Posted 18 November 2009
The Kendal Mountain Film Festival begins tomorrow (November 19th), featuring a wide number of productions on the themes of the mountains and rock ...
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Snowdon climbed for charity

Snowdon climbed for charity

Posted 17 November 2009
Four bank workers have climbed Snowdon to raise money for charity after a colleague died of cancer.
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