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These curious sheep greeted Yvonne and I at the end of a fine autumn day’s recce of my Barningham Moor walk.  Got to grab the fine days when they come along!

Kate Mountford

A Weekend in Weardale

I realise that we have been conspicuous by our absence since the lockdown, so I thought it was time I contributed something to the Section this year, if only in the form of a walk (or walks) report.

Downholme Loop 1 November 2020

Patrick sent a few photos from his blustery but sunny walk around the Downholme Loop.

Clay Bank Circular 11 October 2020

The day began in a very packed car park, presumably people getting out before the announcement of new Covid restrictions the following day.

Circuit of Harland Hill - 18 October 2020

The longest cul-de-sac in Britain (The Furness Peninsula)

Surrender Bridge and Old Gang Mines

Swinton Bivouac 24 September 2020

Hubberholme Part 1

Perfect weather for two long hill climbs between Langstrothdale and Littondale.  A gentle breeze on the summits and cloud free views of Yorkshire’s three peaks.

Head of the Swale - a squally upland walk

Whaw Moor and Foregill Gate: Sunday 23 August

Middleton-in-Teesdale 20 August 2020

Algorithms. The technological god which seeks to capture the present and predict the future.

Easby, Brompton, Skeeby – 16 August 2020

Bolton Castle & Carperby, Thursday 13 August 2020

Roseberry Topping and Cook’s Monument Sunday 9 August 2020

We were a small but select band for a day with great walking weather to conquer the enigmatic landmark that is Roseberry Topping, Yorkshire’s own mini Matterhorn.

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