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News - September 2010

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Fleeces may be needed for autumn stargazing event

Fleeces may be needed for autumn stargazing event

Posted 30 September 2010
Fleeces and winter jackets may be increasingly useful for those venturing outdoors over the next few months, not least people planning a bit of astronomy.
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Mountain tick-list couple complete third round

Mountain tick-list couple complete third round

Posted 30 September 2010
A couple who invented their own mountain list for England and Wales have climbed them all for the third time.
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Ullswater festival striding ahead

Ullswater festival striding ahead

Posted 30 September 2010
Those who like to go walking in the Lake District could find this coming weekend an ideal time to go.
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Exhibition features aerial mountain pictures

Exhibition features aerial mountain pictures

Posted 29 September 2010
Ben Nevis is among the features of the British landscape on display at a new aerial photography exhibition in Bath.
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Climbing body secures site

Climbing body secures site

Posted 29 September 2010
Those who like to don their climbing shoes can enjoy access for the next six years to a site in north Wales after a leasing deal was clinched.
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Waterpoof jackets on list for Bleaklow hike

Waterpoof jackets on list for Bleaklow hike

Posted 29 September 2010
An organised hike up Bleaklow in the Peak District next month will require appropriate footwear and clothing for the terrain and weather, it has been noted.
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Coastal path ambition moves closer

Coastal path ambition moves closer

Posted 28 September 2010
A new footpath has been opened along 16 miles of the Welsh coast on the Gower Peninsula.
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Guided walk set for Tarn Hows

Guided walk set for Tarn Hows

Posted 28 September 2010
The Coniston area of the Lake District is set to host a guided walk along an old Victorian path next month.
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Westernmost Mamores peak featured

Westernmost Mamores peak featured

Posted 28 September 2010
Those who fancy some Munro bagging may wish to consider the westernmost Munro - Mullach nan Coirean.
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Glencoe ski resort webcam sights snow

Glencoe ski resort webcam sights snow

Posted 27 September 2010
The first snow of winter has been seen at a Scottish ski resort.
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Malham trail to display Dales scenery

Malham trail to display Dales scenery

Posted 27 September 2010
Those who like to go walking may enjoy a guided trek round Malham in the Yorkshire Dales next month.
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Walking boots 'essential' for festival hike

Walking boots 'essential' for festival hike

Posted 27 September 2010
A chance to enjoy a grand view of Ullswater and a large waterfall are features of a hike held in the Lake District this week.
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Sustainability 'pioneered by Scottish national parks'

Sustainability 'pioneered by Scottish national parks'

Posted 27 September 2010
The Scottish national parks have a greater legal responsibility to balance the needs of locals and visitors than their counterparts in England and Wales, it has been noted.
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Book re-run could help bothy users

Book re-run could help bothy users

Posted 27 September 2010
Mountain bothy users may be among those keen to buy a copy from a new print run of a limited on the subject that was a edition book product when written 38 years ago.
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Campaigners aim to save Losehill Hall

Campaigners aim to save Losehill Hall

Posted 24 September 2010
Campaigners are seeking to fight plans by the Peak District National Park Authority to sell a training centre in a cost-cutting exercise.
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Blackburn Scout Group Adventurers of the Year

Blackburn Scout Group Adventurers of the Year

Posted 24 September 2010
GO Outdoors store names Blackburn Scouts as the ‘most prepared for adventure!’
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Reflections festival 'was successful'

Reflections festival 'was successful'

Posted 23 September 2010
A festival marking the work of a body aimed at improving the environment in the north of the Lake District was a success, it has been claimed.
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£3 million bill for Lake District paths

£3 million bill for Lake District paths

Posted 23 September 2010
The cost of repairing Lake District paths damaged in last winter's flooding will be over £3 billion, it has been revealed.
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Small peak featured in Cairngorms walk

Small peak featured in Cairngorms walk

Posted 22 September 2010
A hill in the Cairngorms is proof that small can be stunning, according to a newspaper feature.
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Lakes walk to take in famous tarn

Lakes walk to take in famous tarn

Posted 22 September 2010
Red Tarn is the subject of a guided walk in the Ullswater Outdoor Festival early next month.
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