Monthly Archives: April 2016

Teesside 17th April 2016

This was one of our rare urban\industrial walks. We should do more. This turned out to be a real cracker of a walk thanks to the sight-seeing and the weather. We started out at the famous blue Transporter Bridge in … Continue reading

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Richmond 20th March 2016

After the rugged beauty of the Northumbrian borderlands, our well-travelled walking group headed to North Yorkshire for this walk around the handsome market town of Richmond. The first leg of the walk follows the path of the famous Drummer Boy … Continue reading

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Acomb 13th March 2016

Such a huge contrast to the last walk! After the snow and wide open moorland of the Border Rides, a walk through the verdant spring green of the Tyne Valley. We started from the pretty village of Acomb, just off … Continue reading

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Byrness 6th March 2016

I must admit that when there’s a long drive to a walk it always worries me a little. It’s not the drive to get there, it’s the drive back where the problems lie. After walking seven or eight miles the … Continue reading

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