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#88 – Moel Siabod, the ‘Shapely Hill’

You can see Moel Siabod (the ‘Shapely Hill’) from our house.  Well, not strictly true … you would see Moel Siabod if our own shapely hill of Moel Hiraddug wasn’t in the way!  (See Post #73)  So, it’s dog-walking boots … Continue reading

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#68 – Helm Crag and Far Easedale

There seems to be a bit of a theme developing in this blog.  In #65 I described a warm and sunny February day on Cadair Idris in 2008.  Last week in #67 it was a February ski trip up Pen … Continue reading

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#52 – The Aonach Eagach Ridge, Glencoe

Walking from valley to valley has featured largely in both my walking and my blog posts for the last couple of weeks, but to keep a balanced view (and to keep the mountain men/women happy) here’s a look at the … Continue reading

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#36 – “And now for something completely different” – Curved Ridge, Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe

The A82 road from Tyndrum to Glencoe must rank as one of the most scenic and dramatic drives in Britain.  Amongst all this drama, Buachaille Etive Mor stands head and shoulders above the surrounding hills, a mountain amongst mountains.  It … Continue reading

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