Walk Tables

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This page shows all the walks for 2005. You can sort the list by date, length of walk, amount of height gained on the walk and the region in which it took place.

Each walk shows the hill categories (if any) that were encountered on the walk. A full list of the hill classification codes and their meaning can be found here: Hill Classifications

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All walks in 2005

Totals for 2005 22 Walks 236.5 Miles 37,000 feet of ascent 13 new trig points 12 new summits
Date Walk name Dist Ascent Region Hill categories GPX
2005-12-30Cats Tor7.5 m1100 ftPeak District5, PDT
2005-12-29Kinder Scout11.0 m2000 ftPeak District
2005-12-27Mam Tor9.5 m2300 ftPeak District4, 5, PDT
2005-12-24Shutlingsloe8.0 m1600 ftPeak District5, Hu, PDT
2005-12-23Tegg's Nose9.0 m2000 ftCheshire
2005-12-18Mow Cop9.5 m1200 ftCheshire3, Hu, sMa
2005-12-17Tatton Perimeter6.5 m200 ftCheshire
2005-12-10Raw Head9.0 m1300 ftCheshire2, CoU, Hu, sMa
2005-11-27Moel Famau7.5 m1700 ftClwydians5, CoH, CoU, Ma
2005-11-20Moel Famau7.5 m1700 ftClwydians5, CoH, CoU, Ma
2005-11-19Tatton Perimeter6.0 m200 ftCheshire
2005-11-06Keswick to Caldbeck15.0 m2900 ftLake District
2005-11-05Caldbeck to Keswick18.0 m3200 ftLake DistrictB, Hew, N, W
2005-09-08Hawes to Aysgarth13.0 m1000 ftYorkshire Dales
2005-09-07Keld to Hawes13.0 m3000 ftYorkshire DalesHew, Ma, N, Y30, YDT
2005-09-06Grinton Lodge to Keld13.0 m1000 ftYorkshire Dales
2005-09-05Aysgarth to Grinton Lodge13.0 m2000 ftYorkshire Dales
2005-08-06Wybunbury12.5 m1000 ftCheshire
2005-07-24Coniston Old Man7.5 m2600 ftLake DistrictB, CoH, Hew, Ma, N, W
2005-05-29Sandstone Trail17.0 m1800 ftCheshire2, CoU, Hu, sMa
2005-05-28Sandstone Trail16.5 m1800 ftCheshire1
2005-05-21Beacon Tarn7.0 m1400 ftLake District2, Hu, WO
Totals for 2005 22 Walks 236.5 Miles 37,000 feet of ascent 13 new trig points 12 new summits