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News - August 2012

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Footpath appeal nears goal

Footpath appeal nears goal

Posted 31 August 2012
The John Muir Trust has reported progress in raising funds to repair the Steall Gorge path.
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Mountain group in new windfarm fight

Mountain group in new windfarm fight

Posted 30 August 2012
A pressure group in the Cairngorms has declared its intention to fight a second windfarm plan in the Monadhliath Mountains.
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Cairngorm bothy set for boost

Cairngorm bothy set for boost

Posted 30 August 2012
A mountain bothy in the Cairngorms is set for a renovation, which will benefit those exploring some of Britain's highest mountains.
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Walking and hiking among most popular recreation

Walking and hiking among most popular recreation

Posted 29 August 2012
A new survey has put walking and hiking high on the list of the most popular recreation activities for Britons.
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Guided walk visits the other Langdale

Guided walk visits the other Langdale

Posted 29 August 2012
A guided walk in the Lake District next month features some of the best of the Langdales.
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TV ad showcases Exmoor

TV ad showcases Exmoor

Posted 28 August 2012
A new TV advert is encouraging walkers, horse riders and mountain bikers to discover the wonders of Exmoor.
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Mountaineering body calls on tourist chiefs to back windfarm fight

Mountaineering body calls on tourist chiefs to back windfarm fight

Posted 28 August 2012
Scotland's tourism industry should do more to support the fight against windfarms, the Mountaineering Council of Scotland has said.
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Walk visits highest point in old Cheshire

Walk visits highest point in old Cheshire

Posted 24 August 2012
A guided walk next month takes in what used to be the highest point in Cheshire.
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Brecons town prepares for walkers' welcome group launch

Brecons town prepares for walkers' welcome group launch

Posted 24 August 2012
The town of Talgarth is set for a special celebration at its annual festival, having just gained Walkers are Welcome status.
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Leading mountaineer to deliver memorial lecture

Leading mountaineer to deliver memorial lecture

Posted 23 August 2012
The 2012 Wainwright Memorial lecture in November will be delivered by one of just 12 men to have climbed every mountain over 8,000 metres high in the world.
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Case put for national parks in Northern Ireland

Case put for national parks in Northern Ireland

Posted 22 August 2012
Northern Ireland will soon have its first national parks, if a minister can overcome opposition by a body representing farmers.
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Paralympic torch to be lit at mountain tops

Paralympic torch to be lit at mountain tops

Posted 22 August 2012
The highest peaks of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Irealand will be adorned with the Paralympic flame today (August 22nd).
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Trust outlines Steall plan as appeal nears target

Trust outlines Steall plan as appeal nears target

Posted 21 August 2012
A John Muir Trust official has told the BBC about how the organisation aims to preserve one of Scotland's most iconic beauty spots.
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Footpath repairs body gets first lady at the top

Footpath repairs body gets first lady at the top

Posted 21 August 2012
The first woman to take charge of Lake District footpath repairs on the highest fells has taken up her post.
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Green belt claims denied

Green belt claims denied

Posted 20 August 2012
A government minister has refuted allegations that laws protecting the green belt from development are to be axed.
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Consultation launched on white cliffs of Dover access

Consultation launched on white cliffs of Dover access

Posted 20 August 2012
A public consultation has been launched on the planned section of the English Coastal Path that includes the white cliffs of Dover.
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West Highland Way listed in top trails

West Highland Way listed in top trails

Posted 17 August 2012
The West Highland Way has been included in an elite list if the world's best long-distance trails.
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Make the most of the summer wine

Make the most of the summer wine

Posted 17 August 2012
An upcoming guided walk in the Peak District may appeal to fans of one of the most scenic comedies ever filmed.
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Ramblers hoping for Isle of Wight path success

Ramblers hoping for Isle of Wight path success

Posted 16 August 2012
The Ramblers has said it is keen to ensure the Isle of Wight is included in the English Coastal Path, an issue currently the subject of a public consultation.
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Cam and enjoy Lakeland Peak

Cam and enjoy Lakeland Peak

Posted 16 August 2012
A guided walk in the Lake District next month will demonstrate the charms of one of the lesser known peaks of the Helvellyn range.
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