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News - October 2010

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Walkers may take a different look at Eartham Woods

Walkers may take a different look at Eartham Woods

Posted 29 October 2010
There are plenty of trees and sights to take in during a walk through Eartham Woods.
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Don outdoor clothes and take in the end of autumn

Don outdoor clothes and take in the end of autumn

Posted 29 October 2010
A walk at this time of year could be very rewarding and peaceful.
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Explore rural Monmouthshire at walking festival

Explore rural Monmouthshire at walking festival

Posted 29 October 2010
The festival continues over the weekend and could be a good chance to take in the rural sights.
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Pack walking boots for Montacute House route

Pack walking boots for Montacute House route

Posted 28 October 2010
Walkers should ensure they have the appropriate footwear to explore the historical site and its surroundings.
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Enjoy the end of the Bollington Festival

Enjoy the end of the Bollington Festival

Posted 28 October 2010
Walkers could choose between a selection of routes taking place this weekend.
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Perth city route is Walk of the Week

Perth city route is Walk of the Week

Posted 28 October 2010
Hikers could don their outdoor clothing and explore hidden parts of Perth.
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Tim Macartney-Snape hosts lecture tour

Tim Macartney-Snape hosts lecture tour

Posted 27 October 2010
Mountaineer Tim Macartney-Snape is to hold a series of talks around the UK.
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Local authorities 'need to continue walking route spending'

Local authorities 'need to continue walking route spending'

Posted 27 October 2010
Tom Franklin of the Ramblers has urged local authorises to make sure they safeguard the country's footpaths following the government spending review.
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Outdoor clothing wearers get chance to see mountain art

Outdoor clothing wearers get chance to see mountain art

Posted 27 October 2010
Jamie Hageman will be showcasing his paintings of the Scottish Highlands at the upcoming Kendal Mountain Festival.
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Briton uses climbing gear for Grandes Jordasses ascent

Briton uses climbing gear for Grandes Jordasses ascent

Posted 26 October 2010
Ally Swintin tackled the Gervasutti-Gargliardone Route on Mont Blanc alongside Spanish climber Oscar Lopez.
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Outdoor clothing 'crucial' for fell running

Outdoor clothing 'crucial' for fell running

Posted 26 October 2010
Graham Breeze of the Fell Running Association has urged those thinking of taking up the sport to make sure they have the correct outdoor clothing.
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Don walking gear for the Monmouthshire festival

Don walking gear for the Monmouthshire festival

Posted 26 October 2010
The Monmouthshire Walking Festival features 32 walks to choose from, taking people on a tour of the south-east Wales county.
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Improvement works completed on Quinag pathways

Improvement works completed on Quinag pathways

Posted 25 October 2010
Quinag in the Scottish Highlands has had its network of paths improved by John Muir Trust workers.
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Westonbirt Arboretum 'great' for an autumn trip

Westonbirt Arboretum 'great' for an autumn trip

Posted 25 October 2010
The Westonbirt Arboretum, Wye Valley in the Forest of Dean and Kielder Castle in Northumberland are among the destinations highlighted by the Forestry Commission as being ideal for autumn.
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Munro-bagger closes in on hat-trick

Munro-bagger closes in on hat-trick

Posted 22 October 2010
A Scottish Munro bagger is about to finish the list of 3,000 ft mountains for the third time - despite a fear of heights.
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Walking group pays for non-carbon footprint

Walking group pays for non-carbon footprint

Posted 22 October 2010
A walking group has paid a footpath repair charity £100 in recognition of its own role in eroding such routes.
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Trust publishes wild land plan

Trust publishes wild land plan

Posted 22 October 2010
A vision for the future protection of British wild land has been published by the John Muir Trust conservation charity.
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Warning over footpath repairs

Warning over footpath repairs

Posted 22 October 2010
The standard of public footpaths may be set back 50 years as local councils neglect them due to falling budgets, the Ramblers has claimed.
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Most climbers 'love it indoors or out'

Most climbers 'love it indoors or out'

Posted 22 October 2010
A new survey has found most indoor climbing wall users like to go outdoors and many would like to know more about such activities.
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Athlete completes Snowdonia record quest

Athlete completes Snowdonia record quest

Posted 21 October 2010
An athlete has broken a world record for charity by running up and down Snowdon five times in a day.
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