Tag Archives: Yorkshire

#40 – A double helping of West Yorkshire moorland

 Wales has dominated the scene for last few weeks, both in the blog and on the walks, and no bad thing either.  However, a rich diet of Welsh hills sometimes needs something a bit simpler as a contrast.  We had … Continue reading

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#35 – Not “The Coast to Coast Walk”

 When Alfred Wainwright wrote his guide to “A Coast to Coast Walk” in 1972 he could never have imagined that thirty years later the route would be described as the second best trail walk in the world.  At 190 miles … Continue reading

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#10 – “On Ilkley Moor….”

Think of West Yorkshire, and you will probably think of towns and cities, and the remains of long gone industries.  The reason that so many of those lost industries were situated in West Yorkshire in the first place was because … Continue reading

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#5 – It’s a dog’s life…….

Yet another week gone by without any days out in the hills, but all in a good cause, as we have been settling in our new arrival, a three year old Border Collie girl called “Mist”.  We have had an … Continue reading

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