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News - November 2012

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Mountain rescue team reports busy month

Mountain rescue team reports busy month

Posted 30 November 2012
Edale Mountain Rescue Team usually gets to relax a bit during November - but not this year.
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South West Coast walk set for 40th birthday celebration

South West Coast walk set for 40th birthday celebration

Posted 29 November 2012
The South West Coast Path's 40th birthday is to be celebrated with a series of sponsored walks to raise cash for its upkeep.
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Ramblers to launch new website

Ramblers to launch new website

Posted 29 November 2012
The Ramblers has revealed details of its forthcoming new website.
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Walking 'the key for health'

Walking 'the key for health'

Posted 28 November 2012
Walking and cycling are a great way to get healthy - and that's official.
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Ramblers in warning over coastal path

Ramblers in warning over coastal path

Posted 27 November 2012
The Ramblers has aired concern that the government may not stick to its timetable over the English Coastal Path.
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Riding high on Dartmoor

Riding high on Dartmoor

Posted 27 November 2012
A donation by a cycling club to the Dartmoor National Park authority may help raise the profile of the area as a venue for mountain biking.
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Busy weekend for rescuers around north Wales waterfall

Busy weekend for rescuers around north Wales waterfall

Posted 26 November 2012
Bad weather and tricky paths have led to a number of call-outs for mountain rescue teams in recent days, such as around the Aber Falls in north Wales.
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Thermal clothes 'could help runners avoid hypothermia'

Thermal clothes 'could help runners avoid hypothermia'

Posted 23 November 2012
A fell runner and mountain rescuer has warned about the dangers of getting hypothermia when on the hills and underdressed.
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Wartime finds on moors inspire history project

Wartime finds on moors inspire history project

Posted 23 November 2012
Walkers in the Peak District have been making some explosive finds of late – and that has inspired a new history project.
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New Honister zipwire row brewing

New Honister zipwire row brewing

Posted 22 November 2012
The Honister Slate Mine is making a new bid to install a zipwire above the Honister Pass.
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Mountain rescue warning over Sharp Edge

Mountain rescue warning over Sharp Edge

Posted 22 November 2012
Keswick Mountain Rescue has issed a new reminder of the dangers of trying to climb or descend on a narrow mountain ridge in the Lake District.
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BMC seeks more climbing access

BMC seeks more climbing access

Posted 21 November 2012
The British Mountaineering Council is seeking to do more to ensure climbing access in quarries across England and Wales.
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Guided walk a part of Coniston Christmas attraction

Guided walk a part of Coniston Christmas attraction

Posted 20 November 2012
Coniston will offer a guided walk on Boxing Day as an ideal way to burn off the excesses of the previous day.
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Mountain rescuers complete charity challenge

Mountain rescuers complete charity challenge

Posted 20 November 2012
A pair of Mountain Rescue team members have completed a marathon trek around the boundary of their area of operations.
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Police appeal after Snowdon navigation aids damaged

Police appeal after Snowdon navigation aids damaged

Posted 19 November 2012
Police are appealing for information after several signs aimed at helping lost walkers navigate were found to have been vandalised.
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Rescued walkers survive night on mountain

Rescued walkers survive night on mountain

Posted 19 November 2012
Two walkers have been rescued after surviving a night in bad weather on a Scottish mountain.
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Rural landlords attack coastal path plans

Rural landlords attack coastal path plans

Posted 16 November 2012
A rural landlords' body has said it opposes plans to create a formal coastal path around the Isle of Wight.
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Steall Gorge path work underway

Steall Gorge path work underway

Posted 16 November 2012
Work has started on repairing the footpath through the Steall Gorge in Glen Nevis.
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Anglers may get more lochside facilities in national park

Anglers may get more lochside facilities in national park

Posted 15 November 2012
New facilities for anglers may be one of the positive outcomes of the new Five Lochs Visitor Management Plan in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
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National park gets safer bridleway

National park gets safer bridleway

Posted 15 November 2012
A new stretch of bridleway has been opened in the Yorkshire Dales, keeping walkers and riders away from a busy main road.
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