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News - June 2010

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Drought brings drowned village back

Drought brings drowned village back

Posted 30 June 2010
Those donning their hiking boots and heading to the Lake District may encounter the ghosts of the past, with traces of a village flooded to create a reservoir re-emerging as the area encounters a dry spell.
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Scottish visitors urged to check out geopark

Scottish visitors urged to check out geopark

Posted 30 June 2010
Those keen to go walking somewhere different have been urged to experience the scenery of Scotland's first Geopark.
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Good food for walkers

Good food for walkers

Posted 30 June 2010
An upcoming event in Derbyshire may give Peak District walkers more than just food for thought.
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Mountain rescue team 'remains busy'

Mountain rescue team 'remains busy'

Posted 29 June 2010
A mountain rescue team in Wales has revealed that this year is turning out to be just as busy as 2009.
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Scottish Munro walk featured

Scottish Munro walk featured

Posted 29 June 2010
Those keen to put on their walking boots and climb a Munro have been advised to try one near Crianlarich in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
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Warning to walkers over Lyme disease

Warning to walkers over Lyme disease

Posted 28 June 2010
Those donning their hiking boots for a walk in Snowdonia should be aware of the risk of Lyme disease, it has been noted.
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Mountain biking challenge in venue change

Mountain biking challenge in venue change

Posted 28 June 2010
Those taking part in a mountain bike challenge in the Yorkshire Dales in early July have been advised of a venue change.
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Call for walkers' protection over Peak site

Call for walkers' protection over Peak site

Posted 28 June 2010
The Ramblers has appealed to the Peak District National Park Authority to make the rights of walkers a priority when considering the future of a Staffordshire beauty spot.

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Climbing festival set for the Lake District

Climbing festival set for the Lake District

Posted 25 June 2010
A Lake District climbing festival is to be held this weekend (June 26th and 27th) in one of the more remote parts of the national park, chosen for its peace and quiet.
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Climbing location 'up for sale'

Climbing location 'up for sale'

Posted 25 June 2010
The Peak District has revealed it could be about to sell a popular climbing crag - but on the condition that climbers will still have access to it.
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Ben Nevis summit cleaned up

Ben Nevis summit cleaned up

Posted 25 June 2010
The John Muir Trust has revealed details of the items its volunteers found last month when clearing litter from the top of Ben Nevis.
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Mountain's 3,000-footer status confirmed

Mountain's 3,000-footer status confirmed

Posted 25 June 2010
Mountain lovers in Wales can rest easy after experts using GPS technology not only confirmed that Tryfan is over 3,000 ft but actually added to its height.
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Core paths plan adopted

Core paths plan adopted

Posted 24 June 2010
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority has given the green light to the establishment of a series of core paths around the area.
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National park introduces new camping rules

National park introduces new camping rules

Posted 24 June 2010
Plans to restrict camping along a section of Loch Lomond's east shore are to go ahead.
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English 'love to go walking'

English 'love to go walking'

Posted 24 June 2010
A survey for a brewery has found that putting on some walking shoes and taking a ramble is a quintessentially English trait.
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Youngsters enjoy junior ranger role

Youngsters enjoy junior ranger role

Posted 23 June 2010
Teenagers from schools in the eastern Highlands have been putting on their walking boots and heading into the outdoors as they spend this week being junior rangers in a national park.
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Footpath closure opposed

Footpath closure opposed

Posted 23 June 2010
A public enquiry has heard objections by the Open Spaces Society to the closure of a footpath in south Wales.
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New long distance walk devised

New long distance walk devised

Posted 23 June 2010
A man in his 80s is setting off on a 426-mile walk, showing that age is no barrier to putting on the walking shoes and heading into the great outdoors.
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Glastonbury weather forecast good

Glastonbury weather forecast good

Posted 22 June 2010
This year's Glastonbury will be more about sunglasses than wellies as weathermen say the forecast is looking good for those in festival tents.
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Kids take on three peaks for cancer victim

Kids take on three peaks for cancer victim

Posted 22 June 2010
Scores of youngsters from a school in Leeds have taken on the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge for charity in memory of a schoolmate who died from cancer.
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