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News - July 2012

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Warning over taking highest peaks for granted

Warning over taking highest peaks for granted

Posted 31 July 2012
The latest mountain rescues around England's highest mountains have emphasised again the importance of being well-equipped for such an expedition.
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Orrest Head viewfinder replaced

Orrest Head viewfinder replaced

Posted 30 July 2012
A new viewfinder has been placed at Orrest Head, the Lake District hill credited with inspiring the works of Alfred Wainwright.
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Nothing fishy about Scales Tarn

Nothing fishy about Scales Tarn

Posted 30 July 2012
A visit to one of the most dramatically located mountain lakes in England can be enjoyed during National Parks Week.
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Jelly babies set for starring role in Lakeland races

Jelly babies set for starring role in Lakeland races

Posted 27 July 2012
Jelly babies will be playing a key role in a Lake District endurance running event this weekend.
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Backpacks 'need right contents in right places'

Backpacks 'need right contents in right places'

Posted 27 July 2012
Long-distance walkers are among those who need to have their backpacks correctly arranged before they set off.
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Reminder issued to walkers with dogs

Reminder issued to walkers with dogs

Posted 26 July 2012
Walkers with dogs have been reminded by police of the dangers to livestock if they let them off a lead.
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Coastal path may be extended to Isle of Wight

Coastal path may be extended to Isle of Wight

Posted 25 July 2012
The government has revealed it is considering the inclusion of the Isle of Wight coast on the the English Coastal Path.
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A steaming good walk

A steaming good walk

Posted 25 July 2012
The Ravenglass to Eskdale Railway can be an invaluable aid to walkers seeking to access the best routes in the western Lake District.
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Personal goals achieved in Peak District cycling challenge

Personal goals achieved in Peak District cycling challenge

Posted 24 July 2012
A Peak District cycling challenge has prompted riders to cover nearly 80,000 miles on two wheels.
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Couple enjoy glory in Snowdon race

Couple enjoy glory in Snowdon race

Posted 24 July 2012
A household in Scotland is celebrating after achieving a double in a fell race in Wales.
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Naked rambler back under arrest

Naked rambler back under arrest

Posted 23 July 2012
Naked Rambler Stephen Gough's streak for freedom lasted just three days before police arrested him again.
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Ben Nevis may receive lottery cash

Ben Nevis may receive lottery cash

Posted 23 July 2012
The conservation of Britain's highest peak is set to be aided by National Lottery cash.
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Managing a walk on Kinder

Managing a walk on Kinder

Posted 20 July 2012
A Kinder Scout walk next month will emphasis the way efforts are proceeding to preserve its ecosystem.
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Worn out boots blamed for Lakes tragedy

Worn out boots blamed for Lakes tragedy

Posted 19 July 2012
A fatal scrambling accident in the Lake District was probably due to old boots not being replaced, an inquest has concluded.
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Mountain bikes go free on Windermere ferry

Mountain bikes go free on Windermere ferry

Posted 19 July 2012
Mountain bikers can get around the Lake District for less next week as the ferry service across Windermere will be free for those on two wheels.
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Naked rambler free again

Naked rambler free again

Posted 18 July 2012
Most walkers will understand the importance of having good outdoor clothing, but there is one notable exception.
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Trust in appeal for gorge repair cash

Trust in appeal for gorge repair cash

Posted 18 July 2012
The John Muir Trust has appealed for £60,000 towards vital repairs to the path in the Steall Gorge in Glen Nevis.
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Popular walking areas to get new signs

Popular walking areas to get new signs

Posted 17 July 2012
Counties containing popular tourist areas are to get more attractive road signs, the government has said.
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Tarn walk highlights Grasmere's other qualities

Tarn walk highlights Grasmere's other qualities

Posted 17 July 2012
A guided walk held this month is just one of the many routes those leaving Grasmere's tourist trail behind can enjoy as they explore the surrounding fells.
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Peak District to get clean-up

Peak District to get clean-up

Posted 16 July 2012
The countryside around Bamford in the Peak District is to get a large visit from a litter-clearing work party next month.
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