The Bridgewater Monument

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Nice trip around one of our Favourite walks in the North Chilterns, this one took us up the 170 steps to the top of the Bridgewater Monument. Please click this link to view page.
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Bledington & The Cotswolds

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Our first walking trip into the Cotswolds countryside, and it did not disappoint. The weather was great with just a slight wind and the temperature, into the twenties made for a good ten mile walk.
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The Wrekin

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The Wrekin is a hill in east Shropshire, England. It is located some 7 km (4.3 mi) west of Telford. Please see this link to look at the walk.
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A Chequers Walk.

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A 8.6Mmi walk into the Chiltern hills, we walked around the Hills over looking the estate of Chequers and the wend over hills.
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Day 2 Edale trip

Walk from Edale along Nether Booth to Jaggers Clough, along Hope Brink over Townhead Bridge and up Lose Hill, Back Tor, Hollins cross, & Mam Tor Total Distance was 12.26 Mile ascent 2508ft Total time 6h 42m 37s. We climbed Lose hill & Back Tor.
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Day 1 Edale trip

Edale to Hollins cross then to mam Tor, rushup edge, over the top of the Cowburn tunnel onto Edale moor and back down to Edale. Total Distance 10.9 Miles Ascent 2283ft Time 6h 19m 54s. Peaks Climbed Hollins cross, Mam Tor, Lords Seat, Horsehill Tor, Brown Knoll, Grindslow Knoll.

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Heath & Reach Walk

A ten mile trip along Stockgrove county park, in two pubs and through some woods then finally back to the car. Have a look with this link.
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The Haystacks

A trip into Buttermere and up to the summit of the Haystacks. We then went over Honister pass and down it into and around Buttermere water. Please click this link to see report.

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Bleaberry Fell

A trip up to the summit of Bleaberry Fell in the lakes Cumbria. Please see this report by clicking this link.

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Derwent water & Walla Crag

A trip around Derwent water and up to Walla Crag in the lake district near Keswick. Please click this link to see report.

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The Newlands Round

We went around the Newlands Round in Cumbria, We climbed the following fells the Cat bells, Maiden moor, High Spy, Dalehead & Hindscarth. Please see this link for a report

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Lathkill Dale Peak district


Great day out in the Peak District, we went to Lathkill Dale for a 11 mile hike. Please see our walks on the left for a report or
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Deer spotting

We found loads of Deer in the Ashridge woods. Please click the link to have a look at the page

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Buckingham to Deanshanger canal


We walked along the old Buckingham to Deanshanger canal Saturday.
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Hoo Woods Bluebells


Today we visited Hoo Woods for a walk out, Please go to Hoo woods in our walks
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Berkhamstead Castle



An 11 mile walk that included Berkhamsted Castle, please click this link to look at the page
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The Derwent Edge


Our hike up to the Derwent edge, greta fun please see our walks for details.
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Norcott Hall

A trip out to Tring again walking the Chiltern hills, we made a few changes to the route and found this house called Norcott hall, have a look at our walk for the full details.
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Ashridge Estate

Another long walk across the Chilterns. Have a look at the Walk page by clicking this link.
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West Wycombe Village

A great day out in West Wycombe Villlage, the Hellfire Caves and Wycombe hill. We have now moved a lot of our trips to there own pages please click this link or goto Our walks menu on the left. many thnsk for looking.
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Ivinghoe Beacon walk

A great trek in the hills of the Chilterns, please click this link to have a look at our latest walk.

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Hathersage Moor walk

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Wimpole Hall

Well the bad weather is on the way out so we are agin out on our travels. This time we went over to Wimpole hall over in cambridgeshire. First built in 1643 and much altered by subsequent owners, Wimpole has developed into the largest country house in Cambridgeshire. Wimpole's owners employed noted architects of their day to make alterations to the Hall: Lord Harley, 2nd Earl of Oxford employed James Gibbs; the Earls of Hardwicke during their period of ownership from 1740- 1895 employed Henry Flitcroft, Sir John Soane and Henry Kendall. Evidence of the work of all of these architects can be seen today, but the most notable work is that of Soane. Examples include: the Bathhouse, Book Room and the striking Yellow Drawing Room.

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Also a small Video we took whilst there on youtube enjoy..



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Waddenson manor Christmas lights

We went up to Waddenson manor to see the Christmas lights. We arrived in daylight and inside the house its a great display the kids will love it. Outside they have a forest all lit up with lights and we will return after dark next week to see it. This house must be seen, in winter please bear in mind that not all the house is open to public. I have made a short film for you to all have a look at. There is also a link for a map with google.



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