Discussion in 'Trips Reports' started by gixer, Dec 22, 2014.
Ravenglass to Station peak stunning a view but some rough ground
Water crag summit
Never get out of the boat!
To long a day and way too hot for me the last 6 hrs of it. But worth it for the view I’ve got now Hooker crag. The sea on one horizon the hills on the other
Nice evening in the garden after the family BBQ
With views across to the South Lakes &
Pen-y-gent from Totridge in the Trough of Bowland this afternoons walk.
These hills are on my doorstep and I rarely visit them.
I believe that a lot of us, overlook the beauty of our local land..... I'm guilty
Nice inversion in the Dee valley this morning.
Yesterday at Lord’s
Not a place I'd like to pitch.
The stewards would expel you. Nice and flat though
Indeed, I look at them from the back and side and front of my house, not no more as I'm bored of running to the big hills like I have for the past 15 years and want to explore more of whats around.
Then when I'm old they can be my red sock rambling grounds ...
Joined another walking club to have walks every week if I wanted.
Quite a few in it
Lucky wish I could have been there
Next stop... Big boots, football socks floppy hats and a Stanley flask
They do have a walking boot policy only, which I don't mind really. Football socks & stanley flasks I will draw the line at though.
(I already wear a kindy floppy hat)
Long day on the fells really took its toll @Munro277
Prob how I’ll look in another 15 hill years
Keeping fit by section hiking the Lycian Way to the shops and back every morning...
Lol, I used to section hike the NDW twice a day going to my flat
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