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News - November 2010

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Decade of right-to-roam celebrated

Decade of right-to-roam celebrated

Posted 30 November 2010
A decade has now passed since walkers gained new rights with the passing of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000, 116 years after such a law was first proposed.
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Kinder project gains funding

Kinder project gains funding

Posted 30 November 2010
The National Trust is to proceed with a plan to turn the brown mire of the kinder Plateau in the Peak District into a green oasis.
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Munro featured in Walk of the Week

Munro featured in Walk of the Week

Posted 30 November 2010
Those who like to go walking in the winter may take note of the short time involved in climbing Beinn Fhionnlaidh in Glen Etive.
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Beacons rescue saves man with broken leg

Beacons rescue saves man with broken leg

Posted 29 November 2010
The need to be prepared for severe winter weather has been demonstrated by a dramatic rescue in the Brecon Beacons.
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Climbing site to be featured on BBC show

Climbing site to be featured on BBC show

Posted 26 November 2010
A popular climbing site in the midlands will be featured on the BBC Country File show this Sunday (November 28th).
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New ski resort facility under construction

New ski resort facility under construction

Posted 25 November 2010
Those who fancy a bite to eat when skiing, mountain biking or walking around the mountains of the Nevis Range in Scotland could be in for a treat as work has begun on a new restaurant there.
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Skiing prospect grows as snow hits

Skiing prospect grows as snow hits

Posted 25 November 2010
The prospects of more skiing being available in the next few days have been increased as snow has fallen over much of northern Britain.
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Unexploded bomb found on Lake District fell

Unexploded bomb found on Lake District fell

Posted 24 November 2010
A Mountain Rescue volunteer has been faced with an unusual challenge - handling an unexploded wartime mortar bomb.
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Vixen Tor testimony tells of decades of access

Vixen Tor testimony tells of decades of access

Posted 24 November 2010
The public enquiry over public access to Vixen Tor on Dartmoor has heard from witnesses who said they enjoyed decades of recreation there.
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Waterfall a feature of walk of the week

Waterfall a feature of walk of the week

Posted 24 November 2010
Those looking for a walk with a great waterfall have been recommended a visit to Black Spout near Pitlochry in Perthshire.
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A warm stay in tents can lead to Coldplay outside

A warm stay in tents can lead to Coldplay outside

Posted 23 November 2010
Coldplay fans may wish to head to Germany with their tents in June as the band has agreed to play at two festivals in the country.
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Vixen Tor enquiry starts

Vixen Tor enquiry starts

Posted 23 November 2010
The public enquiry into the issue of access to Vixen Tor on Dartmoor has begun.
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Oak chair ordered off mountain

Oak chair ordered off mountain

Posted 23 November 2010
An oak chair recently taken up Cadair Idris in Wales to provide comfort for walkers must be removed, Snowdonia national park bosses have ruled.
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Stile removal project completed

Stile removal project completed

Posted 23 November 2010
A project to remove 16 stiles from two footpaths in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has been finished.
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Snowy forecast may boost skiers

Snowy forecast may boost skiers

Posted 22 November 2010
The availability of skiing in Britain could increase this week, with the Met Office forecasting snow.
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Mountain rescue caused by poor preparation

Mountain rescue caused by poor preparation

Posted 22 November 2010
A lack of good navigation measures led to a pair of walkers in the Lake District getting lost up a mountain in wintry conditions.
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Ski resort expecting ski conditions soon

Ski resort expecting ski conditions soon

Posted 19 November 2010
The Glencoe ski resort has predicted an early start to the season, with snowy weather expected soon.
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Walking guide offers variety of treks

Walking guide offers variety of treks

Posted 19 November 2010
A winter walks guide has been published, offering a variety of treks in woodland, cities or by the coast.
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Weather service adjusted for winter

Weather service adjusted for winter

Posted 19 November 2010
Those heading for the hills in winter will now be able to check the forecast earlier in the day.
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Hare we go for December Peak District walk

Hare we go for December Peak District walk

Posted 18 November 2010
Hare spotting will be the order of the day for a winter walk planned for the Peak District next month.
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