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News - December 2011

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Scotland endures 'wettest ever' year

Scotland endures 'wettest ever' year

Posted 30 December 2011
Walkers in Scotland have just endured Scotland's wettest ever year, the Met Office has said.
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Boy airlifted in mountain rescue incident

Boy airlifted in mountain rescue incident

Posted 30 December 2011
An 11-year-old has been airlifted off a hill in Wales after an accident in which he sustained a suspected broken leg.
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Walking expert reaches milestone

Walking expert reaches milestone

Posted 30 December 2011
A writer on the outdoors has just produced her 500th route for a local newspaper.
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Soldiers enjoy Three Peaks success

Soldiers enjoy Three Peaks success

Posted 30 December 2011
Three soldiers have braved tough conditions as they gave up their Christmas to climb the national Three Peaks for charity.
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Windermere view voted nation's favourite

Windermere view voted nation's favourite

Posted 29 December 2011
A view over Windermere has topped a poll of favourite Christmas walking sights.
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Snowdonia walkers to get mountain tweets

Snowdonia walkers to get mountain tweets

Posted 28 December 2011
A new Twitter service is being launched to keep walkers in Snowdonia up to date with changing weather conditions.
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Christmas warming over bothy

Christmas warming over bothy

Posted 23 December 2011
The stove at a bothy in Snowdonia is out of action.
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Hapless and mapless walkers rescued from mountain

Hapless and mapless walkers rescued from mountain

Posted 23 December 2011
A pair of walkers have been rescued from a mountain in the dark with the help of a GPS smartphone device.
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Olympics 'can boost Lake District'

Olympics 'can boost Lake District'

Posted 22 December 2011
The Lake District may see a boost in visitor numbers after the Olympic Torch passes through on December 21st, the national park authority's chief has said.
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Shortest day of year arrives

Shortest day of year arrives

Posted 22 December 2011
Those heading for the outdoors must make the most of the daylight today as the winter solstice arrives.
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Lakeland snow 'best in 20 years'

Lakeland snow 'best in 20 years'

Posted 21 December 2011
The Lake District is enjoying snow conditions not experienced since the early 1990s, a member of the national park's ski club has said.
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Damaged ski lifts 'should be open on Boxing Day'

Damaged ski lifts 'should be open on Boxing Day'

Posted 21 December 2011
Scottish skiing is sure to be a popular option over the festive season.
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MP group 'could make Lake District more democratic'

MP group 'could make Lake District more democratic'

Posted 21 December 2011
Ordinary people may find they can influence Lake District National Park Authority decisions through the influence of a new grand committee of Cumbrian MPs.
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Cumbrian bridge re-opened after flood damage repaired

Cumbrian bridge re-opened after flood damage repaired

Posted 20 December 2011
A bridge closed by the 2009 floods in Cumbria has been re-opened.
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Bupa joins Ramblers to encourage walking

Bupa joins Ramblers to encourage walking

Posted 20 December 2011
The Ramblers has teamed up with Bupa to get more people out walking.
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Dartmoor monument restored

Dartmoor monument restored

Posted 20 December 2011
An ancient monument on Dartmoor has been restored following tests on artefacts found within.
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Mountain rescue saves party of walkers

Mountain rescue saves party of walkers

Posted 20 December 2011
A walking party of six have been helped out by Mountain Rescue after two of them fell ill in the North York Moors.
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Mountain Rescue group gains police cash

Mountain Rescue group gains police cash

Posted 19 December 2011
A rescue organisation has had an equipment boost after receiving a donation from the police of seized criminal cash.
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Mountaineering group head speaks up against windfarm

Mountaineering group head speaks up against windfarm

Posted 19 December 2011
The head of a body representing walkers and climbers in Scotland has said the mountains should be kept free of windfarms.
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Warning over damaged bothy

Warning over damaged bothy

Posted 19 December 2011
Those planning to stay in a Scottish mountain bothy have been warned one of its rooms is unusable after recent storm damage.
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