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Kinder via William Clough

7.8 mls, 12.55 km 1900 ft, 579.1 m Bowden Bridge Car Park 07:33 to 11:23 Peak District Walk Number 643 Walk Notes: My first proper hill walk since fracturing my

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ADW – Day 4

I knew day four was always going to be the tough one of the four days I’d planned and sitting in the comfort of my office, the day after I’ve

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ADW – Day 3

I lost my WiFi signal last night, so wasn’t able to post yesterday’s update until just a few moments ago, sitting in the bar of the Green Dragon Inn in

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ADW – Day 2

Another glorious day in God’s Own Country with even the couple of 5 minute showers failing to ruin the walk. The upside of showery weather is that the cloud displays

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ADW – Day 1

If I hadn’t been inappropriately dressed, today would have been pretty much perfect. Even the fact that I’m nowhere near fit and I’m carrying too much weight around my midriff

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Alternative Dales Way 2015

Despite my crash out of the Southern Upland Way earlier this year, I find that I still have a pressing need to walk. This comes as an immense relief in more

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Kinder via Jaggers Clough

10.2 mls, 16.42 km 2200 ft, 670.6 m Nether Booth Farm 07:05 to 11:20 Peak District Walk Number 529 Walk Notes: A wonderful sunny day with cooling breeze on the

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Settle-Carlisle Railway Walks

Anyone who has walked the Yorkshire Three Peaks route, or who has walked extensively in the Yorkshire Dales will be aware of the Settle-Carlisle railway. Three Peakers will have walked

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Kinder via Blackden Brook

7.6 mls, 12.23 km 1700 ft, 518.2 m A57 Layby 08:10 to 11:50 Peak District Walk Number 512 Walk Notes: Misty and cold all day, but no wind. Ascent of

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Kinder via Crowden Clough

9.2 mls, 14.81 km 1800 ft, 548.6 m Edale Car Park 11:00 to 17:30 Peak District Walk Number 506 Walk Notes: A walk with four-seasons of weather, from sunny fields

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Book 7: The Western Fells

The Western Fells rise gradually from the Cumbrian coastal plain, Wainwright excluding some of the lower specimens nearest the sea. He drew a complex and arbitrary dividing line part way

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Book 6: The North Western Fells

The North Western Fells form a self contained unit, its borders being well defined. The only link with other high ground is at the summit of Honister Pass in the

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Book 5: The Northern Fells

The Northern Fells form a self contained unit, quite remote from the other ranges. The western boundary is formed by Bassenthwaite Lake and the southern perimeter by the River Greta,

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Book 4: The Southern Fells

Of all Wainwright’s boundary decisions, the outer perimeter of the Southern Fells is the most often debated. Two ridges continue south west on either side of the Duddon Valley, the

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Book 3: The Central Fells

In the north is the Vale of Keswick, providing wide and total separation from Skiddaw and the Northern Fells. To the west runs the long valley of Borrowdale, flowing in

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Book 2: The Far Eastern Fells

The Far Eastern Fells occupy the region east of the A592 Kirkstone Pass road. This runs north from Ambleside to Patterdale at the head of Ullswater. The western perimeter then

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Book 1: The Eastern Fells

The Eastern Fells occupy the region between the A591 Keswick to Ambleside road and the lake of Ullswater to the west. The Helvellyn range forms the main spine of the

Wainwright Ascent Table

There follows a complete list of all the Wainwrights. This is a long list and is rather unwieldy, so you may be better off with the links to the left,