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Sociable weekend adventures in the summer

The walking’s generally easier under foot and it becomes easier to hold conversations while striding along. Perhaps it’s also the cacaophony of birds singing, the sight of vivid green hills and trees, or savouring a post-walk pint in a beer […]

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Torches for Large Outdoors events

We’ve got quite a few events that need you to have a head-torch, either because we’re planning to walk in the dark, it’s a longer walk in the winter months, or you’re coming camping. To avoid any confusion here’s a […]

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A day out in Cumbrian Limestone

If you’ve visited the Lake District, you’ll be familiar with the essentially rocky nature of the place. Soaring peaks, dark crags, and a rough look […]

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Why Wear Boots on a Walk

They come in all shapes and sizes, with various claims as to how waterproof they are and their different features. Sometimes the choice can be […]

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How to choose a head torch

If you’re going camping it’s obviously vital for your night out, but a head torch should also be taken on day walks. It’s not uncommon to underestimate a walk length, and other delays such as navigation errors or injury can […]

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How to Wear Gaiters…

It doesn’t matter how waterproof your boots are, there’s a massive hole where you put your feet into them, and where rain and puddle water […]

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