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News - April 2012

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Jeremy Clarkson defeated in path row

Jeremy Clarkson defeated in path row

Posted 30 April 2012
Arch-opponent of walkers Jeremy Clarkson has been defeated in his attempt to block a public right of way.
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Munro tube map to raise charity cash

Munro tube map to raise charity cash

Posted 30 April 2012
A new Tube-style schematic map has been produced for Scotland's Munros.
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'Meaningless' Scottish summit found

'Meaningless' Scottish summit found

Posted 27 April 2012
A new GPS survey has helped establish the exact summit of one of the Cairngorms' less celebrated summits.
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Old mill to provide new facility for walkers?

Old mill to provide new facility for walkers?

Posted 27 April 2012
An historic mill is to be restored in an area of the Scottish Highlands featuring a wide range of mountains.
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MPs celebrate Kinder Trespass

MPs celebrate Kinder Trespass

Posted 26 April 2012
Dozens of MPs have paid tribute to the 1932 Kinder trespassers and the effect the event had on improving public access to the countryside.
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Kinder Trespass veteran praises right to roam

Kinder Trespass veteran praises right to roam

Posted 26 April 2012
One of the men who joined in the 1932 Kinder Mass Trespass has claimed the current freedom to roam on the mountains would not be as great today but for the events of that day.
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Youngster aims to become the Kilimanjaro Kid

Youngster aims to become the Kilimanjaro Kid

Posted 25 April 2012
An eight-year-old is planning to climb Kilimanjaro when he is ten - and he is only waiting that long because nobody below that age is allowed to climb Africa's highest mountain.
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Warning over open spaces at Kinder event

Warning over open spaces at Kinder event

Posted 25 April 2012
The Open Spaces Society has warned that access to the countryside cannot be taken for granted, despite the progress made since the Kinder Trespass of 1932.
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80th anniversary of Kinder trespass remembered

80th anniversary of Kinder trespass remembered

Posted 24 April 2012
Celebrations are taking place to mark the 80th anniversary of the Great Kinder Trespass in Derbyshire - seen as a seminal moment in opening up the hills to the public in England.
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A walk that should stickle in the memory

A walk that should stickle in the memory

Posted 24 April 2012
An upcoming organised hike in the Lake District offers a chance to visit one of the most fabulously located tarns in Cumbria.
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Getting kitted out for three peaks

Getting kitted out for three peaks

Posted 23 April 2012
With so many people climbing the national Three Peaks soon, the importance of being well equipped to maximise the chances of success cannot be overstated.
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Comedian to lead Lake District cycle ride

Comedian to lead Lake District cycle ride

Posted 23 April 2012
Mountain biking in the Lake District may never be funnier than on May 26th.
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Mountain festival programme revealed

Mountain festival programme revealed

Posted 20 April 2012
The Keswick Mountain Festival programme for 2012 has been published.
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Monsal Trail features in pre-Olympic relay

Monsal Trail features in pre-Olympic relay

Posted 20 April 2012
A popular cycling trail is one of the places featured in a cycling relay in Derbyshire that ends today (April 20th).
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Keeping the Lake District green

Keeping the Lake District green

Posted 19 April 2012
The approach to cutting carbon emissions in the Lake District has been hailed as something others should follow.
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Lake District incident causes Mountain Rescue callout

Lake District incident causes Mountain Rescue callout

Posted 19 April 2012
Mountain rescuers were called out yesterday (April 18th) to help a climber stuck on Fleetwith Pike.
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Cleaning up on the cliffs

Cleaning up on the cliffs

Posted 18 April 2012
Climbing enthusiasts are set to do their bit to create a good impression for visitors as the Olympics approaches.
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Putting on Sunday best

Putting on Sunday best

Posted 18 April 2012
Next month sees a guided walk taking place in classic Lake District mountain terrain.
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Choir to kick off Kinder 80 celebrations

Choir to kick off Kinder 80 celebrations

Posted 17 April 2012
Details have been unveiled of the formal opening of the commemorations of the 80th anniversary of the Great Kinder Trespass of 1932.
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Soldiering on with Wainwright

Soldiering on with Wainwright

Posted 17 April 2012
The Wainwrights may be one of Britain's most contrasting tick lists for the variation in difficulty involved in climbing each fell.
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