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News - July 2010

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New Nevis clean-up planned

New Nevis clean-up planned

Posted 30 July 2010
A major tidy-up exercise has been planned for Britain's highest mountain next month.
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Footballers don cycling gear to back campaign

Footballers don cycling gear to back campaign

Posted 29 July 2010
A group of professional footballers has found another sport to enjoy as they took to riding mountain bikes in the Peak District.
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Waterproof jackets featured in comedy show debut

Waterproof jackets featured in comedy show debut

Posted 29 July 2010
The need to have the right women's outdoor clothing may have been noted by female hikers tuning into a new TV comedy.
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Signs of interest for cyclists in Lake District

Signs of interest for cyclists in Lake District

Posted 28 July 2010
A lottery-funded body is providing new information panels for a popular cycling route in the Lake District.
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Rambling comedy to hit TV screens

Rambling comedy to hit TV screens

Posted 28 July 2010
Walkers may wish to reach for the remote control as the BBC screens the first episode of a sitcom about a walking group.
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Schoolgirl completes mountain challenge

Schoolgirl completes mountain challenge

Posted 27 July 2010
A ten-year-old has been given a special award after she put on her walking boots and completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge for charity.
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Concerns raised over wild camping

Concerns raised over wild camping

Posted 27 July 2010
Those looking to go camping in the Lake District may note that police are looking to clamp down on wild camping in the Duddon Valley.
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Guide launched to little-known part of Cairngorms

Guide launched to little-known part of Cairngorms

Posted 26 July 2010
A new walking guide has been produced for a little-known area of the Scottish Highlands.
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Snowdon race won by teenager

Snowdon race won by teenager

Posted 26 July 2010
The annual Snowdon Mountain race has had a British winner this year.
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Fells calendar to help mountain rescue

Fells calendar to help mountain rescue

Posted 26 July 2010
Those buying calendars from the Wainwright Society will be helping to make the hills safer, it has been revealed.
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Rock climbing part of outdoor festival

Rock climbing part of outdoor festival

Posted 23 July 2010
Those who want to try climbing can do so in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park this weekend.
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Peaks promise Kinder surprise

Peaks promise Kinder surprise

Posted 23 July 2010
Kinder Scout is set to unveil some of its secrets in a walk set up by the Peak District National Park Authority for early next month.
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Outdoor candidates offered cash incentive

Outdoor candidates offered cash incentive

Posted 23 July 2010
Those training to be outdoor leaders in the north-west of England have been offered a cash incentive to do so.
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Final acts unveiled for Rhythm Festival

Final acts unveiled for Rhythm Festival

Posted 22 July 2010
The Rhythm Festival has announced the final details of its line-up for next month.
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Unusual Pembrokeshire Coast walk offered

Unusual Pembrokeshire Coast walk offered

Posted 22 July 2010
Visitors to the Pembrokeshire Coast will be able to don their walking boots and take an unusual trek next month.
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Fundraisers take on new three peaks challenge

Fundraisers take on new three peaks challenge

Posted 22 July 2010
A three peaks challenge with a difference is to take place in September in the not-so-soaring uplands of Buckinghamshire.
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New bridge built over river in Yorkshire Dales

New bridge built over river in Yorkshire Dales

Posted 21 July 2010
Horse riders will soon be able to enjoy a dry crossing due to the building of a bridge over the River Ribble on a new stretch of the Pennine Bridleway.
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Reading Festival's alternative stage details revealed

Reading Festival's alternative stage details revealed

Posted 21 July 2010
More details have been revealed of the entertainment music fans heading to next month's Reading Festival can expect.
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Lake District walk takes in Coniston tarns

Lake District walk takes in Coniston tarns

Posted 21 July 2010
A Lake District walk planned for the start of next month is offering those donning their walking boots a chance to enjoy some of the mountain lakes found near the Old Man of Coniston.
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Navigation skills day on offer

Navigation skills day on offer

Posted 20 July 2010
Those seeking to bolster their navigation skills can do so in an organised day in the Lake District.

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