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News - October 2012

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Scottish National Trail launched

Scottish National Trail launched

Posted 31 October 2012
The latest long-distance trail opened in Scotland stretches no less than 470 miles.
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Ben Nevis gets new navigational cairns

Ben Nevis gets new navigational cairns

Posted 30 October 2012
A pair of new cairns have been placed on top of Ben nevis to help walkers and climbers with navigation in poor visibility.
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Illegal national park fence removed

Illegal national park fence removed

Posted 29 October 2012
A six-year battle to remove an unlawful fence in Wales has finally ended in success.
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Science festival to reveal secrets of 'shivering mountain'

Science festival to reveal secrets of 'shivering mountain'

Posted 29 October 2012
Visitors to the Peak District may be very familiar with Mam Tor - but now they can learn a lot more.
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Map reminder given by mountain rescuers

Map reminder given by mountain rescuers

Posted 26 October 2012
A helicopter mountain rescuer has revealed how he manged to find three walkers lost in mist on a Scottish peak.
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Tributes paid at Benny Rothman plaque unveiling

Tributes paid at Benny Rothman plaque unveiling

Posted 26 October 2012
Trafford Council in Greater Manchester has paid tribute to Kinder trespasser Benny Rothman as it unveiled a plaque at his former home.
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Ramblers welcome tribute to Kinder trespass leader

Ramblers welcome tribute to Kinder trespass leader

Posted 25 October 2012
The Ramblers has hailed the installation of a tribute plaque at the former home of Benny Rothman, the man who organised one of the most celebrated events in British walking history.
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Ramblers prepare for Walk in the Woods

Ramblers prepare for Walk in the Woods

Posted 25 October 2012
A week of autumn walks in the woods has gained the support of the Ramblers.
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Lake District wildlife habitat to be restored

Lake District wildlife habitat to be restored

Posted 24 October 2012
A project is taking place to restore wetland habitats in the woods of Claife Heights, overlooking Windermere.
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Walking website listed for award

Walking website listed for award

Posted 23 October 2012
A walking website that encourages people to leave their cars at home when out in the country has been shortlisted for a green outdoors award.
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Concrete concerns raised over windfarms

Concrete concerns raised over windfarms

Posted 23 October 2012
The Mountaineering Council of Scotland has issued a new argument over a proposed windfarm just outside the Cairngorms National Park boundary.
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Festival offers chance to meet Mr or Miss Wight

Festival offers chance to meet Mr or Miss Wight

Posted 22 October 2012
The Isle of Wight walking festival offers everything from the prenuptial to the prehistoric.
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Mountain skills course launched

Mountain skills course launched

Posted 22 October 2012
A new form of mountain skills training is to be taught at the National Mountain Centre in Snowdonia.
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Navigation problems highlight need for short day precautions

Navigation problems highlight need for short day precautions

Posted 19 October 2012
A mountain rescue in the Lake District may act as a valuable reminder to people to be prepared now the nights are drawing in and winter is approaching.
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Cyclists can enjoy new cross-channel route

Cyclists can enjoy new cross-channel route

Posted 18 October 2012
Plans are afoot by businesses in Weymouth to deal with an influx of visitors on two wheels, with a new cross-channel cycle route set to open next year.
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Coastal walk 'among world's finest adventures'

Coastal walk 'among world's finest adventures'

Posted 18 October 2012
People looking for a great adventure can enjoy plenty of them in Britain, the Lonely Planet has said.
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Prime minister 'interested' in outdoors campaign

Prime minister 'interested' in outdoors campaign

Posted 17 October 2012
A campaigner to get more Britons into the outdoors has taken a chance to discuss the initiative with prime minister David Cameron.
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Latest English Coastal Path consultation launched

Latest English Coastal Path consultation launched

Posted 17 October 2012
The latest consultation on a section of the English Coastal Path is asking the public for the views on a stretch of the Norfolk coast.
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Concerns raised over footpath budget cuts

Concerns raised over footpath budget cuts

Posted 16 October 2012
The Ramblers has produced a report highlighting the imapct of council budget cuts on the state of public rights of way.
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National Park appeal for outdoor forum members

National Park appeal for outdoor forum members

Posted 16 October 2012
New members are being sought for a body that could help secure more access for walkers and mountain bike users in the Yorkshire Dales.
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