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News - September 2012

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Bothy repair work set to start

Bothy repair work set to start

Posted 28 September 2012
A work party is set to start enhancing a mountain bothy on the Scottish island of Jura.
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Cumbrian pub wins award

Cumbrian pub wins award

Posted 28 September 2012
A Cumbrian pub has been voted the best in England - and could soon be located inside a national park.
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Famine and Feast in the Peak District

Famine and Feast in the Peak District

Posted 27 September 2012
The highest peak in Derbyshire is the subject of a guided walk by Peak District National Park rangers next month.
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Cold weather gear needed for autumn Three Peaks Challenge

Cold weather gear needed for autumn Three Peaks Challenge

Posted 27 September 2012
Mountain climbers taking on the National Three Peaks Challenge outside the warmer and lighter summer months may need to be particularly well prepared.
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Major clean-up for England's highest peak

Major clean-up for England's highest peak

Posted 26 September 2012
A recent report on the messy state of England's highest mountain prompted a group of volunteers to carry out a clean-up.
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Ullswater walks to be enhanced with interpretation boards

Ullswater walks to be enhanced with interpretation boards

Posted 26 September 2012
New interpretation boards have been placed on the shores of Ullswater, but walkers will be able to enjoy the lake from many different angles.
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Hidden part of Lake District opened up

Hidden part of Lake District opened up

Posted 25 September 2012
A pair of new bridges will increase access to a largely unknown corner of the Lake District.
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Coast-to-Coast walk set for waymarks

Coast-to-Coast walk set for waymarks

Posted 25 September 2012
New waymark signs will make it easier for walkers to follow the route of Alfred Wainwright's Coast-to-Coast walk.
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Fishing boost on the Broads

Fishing boost on the Broads

Posted 24 September 2012
New fishing platforms have been installed on a stretch of the River Waveney in a boost to Anglers who like to fish in the Broads Authority area.
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South Downs snappers reminded of competition deadline

South Downs snappers reminded of competition deadline

Posted 24 September 2012
Entrants to a photographic competition in the South Downs National Park may be able to capture some outstanding images featuring the beautiful colours of autumn.
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Car-free lakes visitors get 3D treat

Car-free lakes visitors get 3D treat

Posted 21 September 2012
A tourism website has dropped a 3D hint to Lake District visitors to leave the car behind.
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National park to consult on green lanes

National park to consult on green lanes

Posted 21 September 2012
The Peak District National Park is conducting a public enquiry over the future of two green lanes, from which motorised vehicles may be banned.
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Schiehallion path set to attract disabled

Schiehallion path set to attract disabled

Posted 20 September 2012
A mountain path in Scotland has earned a listing in a website for outdoor lovers with disabilities.
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Walk to take in second highest of the Peaks

Walk to take in second highest of the Peaks

Posted 20 September 2012
A guided walk held later this month in the Peak District will explore the high moorland of Bleaklow.
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Remote Cairngorms payphone axed

Remote Cairngorms payphone axed

Posted 19 September 2012
A payphone used to alert Mountain Rescue to emergencies in the Cairngorms is to be taken out of use.
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Walking festival to boost air ambulance

Walking festival to boost air ambulance

Posted 19 September 2012
Air ambulance services in north Wales will benefit from the enjoyment people get from taking part in next month's Snowdonia Walking Festival.
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Trust reflects on late summer paths work

Trust reflects on late summer paths work

Posted 18 September 2012
The John Muir Trust has been very busy fixing mountain paths this summer - and removing one very unusual object from the summit of Ben Nevis.
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Grid reference markers used in mountain rescue

Grid reference markers used in mountain rescue

Posted 18 September 2012
Grid reference points marked on a stile have helped out a lost group of walkers who neglected to take a map when climbing a mountain in Snowdonia.
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MSPs celebrate Steall success

MSPs celebrate Steall success

Posted 17 September 2012
The success of a John Muir Trust fundraising project has been celebrated in the Scottish Parliament.
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Walking festival produces new reservoir guide

Walking festival produces new reservoir guide

Posted 17 September 2012
A new guide to reservoir walks has been produced as part of a walking and riding festival.
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