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News - August 2010

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Hinkes challenge continues

Hinkes challenge continues

Posted 31 August 2010
World-class mountaineer Alan Hinkes is making progress in his bid to conquer the lofty - and not so lofty - highest points of each and every English county.
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Malham mysteries unraveled on walk

Malham mysteries unraveled on walk

Posted 31 August 2010
Those who fancy a bit of a geology lesson when they go walking may wish to head for Malham next month.
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Lowlands to feature in walking festival

Lowlands to feature in walking festival

Posted 27 August 2010
Those who want to go walking in a different part of Scotland to their normal Highland areas may wish to head for a walking festival held near the border with England.
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Fundraisers to take on three peaks - with cycling clothing

Fundraisers to take on three peaks - with cycling clothing

Posted 27 August 2010
A couple of walkers looking to do the National Three Peaks for charity are adding to the task by planning to cycle between the mountains.
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Borrowdale trek to feature cave and castle

Borrowdale trek to feature cave and castle

Posted 26 August 2010
The lowest of the Wainwrights can be climbed near the wettest place in England during a guided walk in the Lake District next month.
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South Pennines set for festival

South Pennines set for festival

Posted 26 August 2010
Those keen to go walking or riding in the south Pennines may enjoy a whole festival on the theme for 18 days in September.
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Ban leaves track for walkers and mountain bikers

Ban leaves track for walkers and mountain bikers

Posted 25 August 2010
Those who like to get on their mountain bikes or go walking in the Lake District will be able to use one route without encountering any four-wheel vehicles after a High Court judgement.
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Leading climber in county tops challenge

Leading climber in county tops challenge

Posted 25 August 2010
The first Briton to climb the 14 mountains in the world over 8,000 metres high is attempting a new challenge to raise money for his rescuers after being caught in a Lake District avalanche last winter.
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Highland walking bridge re-opens

Highland walking bridge re-opens

Posted 24 August 2010
A bridge providing access to the Mamores for Munro baggers has been repaired.
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Snowdon set for clean-up

Snowdon set for clean-up

Posted 24 August 2010
The Snowdonia Society is planning to make the summit of Snowdon a more pleasant place next month by carrying out a major clean up of litter blighting the summit area.
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Dartmoor Way set for extension

Dartmoor Way set for extension

Posted 24 August 2010
A new survey is quizzing the public about the details of proposed extensions to the Dartmoor Way long distance path.
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2011 V Festival tickets on sale

2011 V Festival tickets on sale

Posted 23 August 2010
Those who may have just vacated their festival tents in the 2010 V festival will get their first chance to buy tickets for next year early tomorrow morning.
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Lake District may feature in favourite poems quest

Lake District may feature in favourite poems quest

Posted 23 August 2010
Those who like to go walking may wish to join a National Trust quest to find the most popular poem about the British countryside.
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Walking festival promises 32 routes

Walking festival promises 32 routes

Posted 23 August 2010
A walking festival in Devon during October will offer over 30 treks, with some of them linking up with two other events taking place at the same time.
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Blenheim to provide one of equestrian year's highlights

Blenheim to provide one of equestrian year's highlights

Posted 20 August 2010
Equestrian fans may be gearing up for one of the biggest events of the year as the famous horse trials at Blenheim approach.
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National forest in beeb boost

National forest in beeb boost

Posted 20 August 2010
The National Forest may soon be seeing more walkers and cyclists after its website became much busier than usual in the week after it was featured in a BBC TV programme.
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Poker players head for Snowdon summit

Poker players head for Snowdon summit

Posted 20 August 2010
Two casino managers from Portsmouth are to don their hiking boots and take on Snowdon for charity.
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Plan B for Highland gold mine?

Plan B for Highland gold mine?

Posted 19 August 2010
A firm looking to establish a new gold mine in the Scottish Highlands has found a second possible site after being blocked from re-opening a former works inside the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
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New walking trail established in national park

New walking trail established in national park

Posted 19 August 2010
A small town in a Scottish national park is to get its own walking trail from next month.
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Bassenthwaite triathlon features reflections team

Bassenthwaite triathlon features reflections team

Posted 19 August 2010
A group involved in environmental work in the north of the Lake District has been jumping on mountain bikes as well as donning running apparel in a triathlon around the area.
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