Month: November 2010

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C2C 2011 Route Planning #4

Reeth to Keld I leave Reeth on the B6270 – passing the lovely Reeth Bakery, where I would hope to collect something tasty for lunch – and leaving the road

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C2C 2011 Route Planning #3

Osmotherley to Richmond I’m very much of the opinion that this section is one of those that you just need to get out of the way as quickly and painlessly

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C2C 2011 Route Planning #2

Grosmont to Blakey Ridge Without being deliberately awkward, there isn’t really an alternative to Wainwright’s route out of Grosmont, to Egton Bridge and beyond, to Glaisdale. Although the map suggests

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Handy Tip #34

Bring the Hills to Work with you For a couple of years now I’ve used this technique to remind me constantly of my favourite places to walk. Whether you’re a

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C2C 2011 Route Planning #1

As well as walking backwards along the route this year, my plan has always been to walk as many non-standard Wainwright legs as possible, while still maintaining as many of

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C2C 2011 Itinerary Finalised

Another Coast to Coast planning entry – this time just to publish the finalised itinerary and accommodation stops along the route. Sunday June 12th – Robin Hood’s Bay to Grosmont

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C2C 2011 Planning #3 – The Middle

With the Lakes planned and the eastern section sorted, I turn my attention to the middle bit and the final night. From Osmotherly I had the choice to split what

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C2C 2011 Planning #2 – Eastern section

With the four Lake District stops, out of a total of thirteen, pencilled in, I needed to concentrate on the eastern section from Robin Hood’s Bay and points westward. There

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C2C 2011 Planning #1 – The Lakes section

With the path decided on – and the direction of travel – it’s only a matter of deciding on an itinerary, booking the accommodation and getting rid of the belly

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Long Distance Path 2011

It’s that time of year again, the dog-end of the walking calendar – the wet, windy, grey and ‘orrible trough that sits between the halcyon days of summer and the