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News - December 2012

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Get Doncaster Walking returns in the new year

Get Doncaster Walking returns in the new year

Posted 31 December 2012
A festival allowing people to walk around Doncaster is coming back in 2013.
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Britain 'set for wettest ever year'

Britain 'set for wettest ever year'

Posted 28 December 2012
Britain is on the brink of its wettest ever year, the Met Office has said.
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New year walk may be great resolution

New year walk may be great resolution

Posted 28 December 2012
Those whose new year's resolution for 2013 is to get out in the country more can get off to the perfect start on January 1st.
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Famous outdoors writer backs windfarm fight

Famous outdoors writer backs windfarm fight

Posted 27 December 2012
Outdoors writer Cameron McNeish has lent his support to the battle to preserve the Monadhliath mountain range from a proposed windfarm.
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Winter walks may offer fitter festive fun

Winter walks may offer fitter festive fun

Posted 24 December 2012
The Ramblers are offering walkers a chance to work off some of that turkey and pudding over the Chruistmas and new year period.
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Thermals 'can make skiers more comfortable'

Thermals 'can make skiers more comfortable'

Posted 24 December 2012
Thermal clothing and extra layers can make a cold day on the ski slopes much more cosy.
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Campaign launched to save Cape Wrath public access

Campaign launched to save Cape Wrath public access

Posted 21 December 2012
The famous peninsula of Cape Wrath in Sutherland may be cut off from the public if the Ministry of Defence succeeds in a plan to buy it.
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How mountain climbers can "stob" pronouncing names wrongly

How mountain climbers can "stob" pronouncing names wrongly

Posted 21 December 2012
A new Gaelic pronunciation guide is being made available for those who struggle to wrap their tongues round some curious Highland names.
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Short daylight warning issued after mountain incidents

Short daylight warning issued after mountain incidents

Posted 20 December 2012
Police have warned walkers and climbers in the Highlands to take account of the short daylight hours at this time of year.
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Isle of Wight 'an all-weather destination' for walkers

Isle of Wight 'an all-weather destination' for walkers

Posted 20 December 2012
The Isle of Wight on a wet day is a far better walking destination than some may imagine, according to a National Trust official.
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Nevis Range ready for full-time opening

Nevis Range ready for full-time opening

Posted 20 December 2012
The Glen Nevis ski resort will swing into full action for the winter today, following a short closure for maintenance and training.
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New footpath adds to Kent walking charms

New footpath adds to Kent walking charms

Posted 19 December 2012
A campaign to have a local footpath in Kent recognised has been a success.
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MP pushes case for wild land designation

MP pushes case for wild land designation

Posted 18 December 2012
An MP is pressing the case for more of Britain's countryside to be given special protection against development.
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Safety the key for Snowdonia Christmas list

Safety the key for Snowdonia Christmas list

Posted 18 December 2012
Snowdonia's Mountainsafe Inititaive has come up with its own special Christmas List.
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Scottish government attacked over hill tracks

Scottish government attacked over hill tracks

Posted 17 December 2012
The Mountaineering Council of Scotland has hit out at the Scottish government's refusal to tighten controls on the establishment of hill tracks.
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All I want for Christmas is… a weather forecast from Helvellyn

All I want for Christmas is… a weather forecast from Helvellyn

Posted 17 December 2012
A novel Christmas present can help keep Lake District fellwalkers safer through the coming year.
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Ramblers threaten court action over blocked path

Ramblers threaten court action over blocked path

Posted 14 December 2012
The Ramblers has said court action may follow if a right-of-way blockage is not removed.
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Bon Jovi to head Isle of Wight festival line-up

Bon Jovi to head Isle of Wight festival line-up

Posted 14 December 2012
Music fans do not want to be living on a prayer when it comes to accommodation at next year's Isle of Wight Festival - the music will do that for them.
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High Peak conservationists produce audio guides to moors

High Peak conservationists produce audio guides to moors

Posted 13 December 2012
Two new audio guides have been produced to help guide walkers on two of the Peak District's highest hills.
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Amateur photographers highlight beauty of the Dales

Amateur photographers highlight beauty of the Dales

Posted 13 December 2012
An atmospheric picture of a waterfall in the Yorkshire Dales has been chosen as the winner of a competition highlighting the landscape and life of the national park.
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