News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Damian Hall on the Spine race
'The man next to me sat down in a chair, put his head in his hands, and wept. He was an experienced ultra runner, as were the eight other grown ...
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Houx Hill Flagging
Work is underway to stone flag a dry passage across the infamous Houx Hill 'super bog' on the Border Ridge north of Byrness. The bog has ...
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Path works on Pen y Ghent summit
Work is underway to repair the erosion and provide a sustainable walking surface on the summit ridge of Pen y Ghent in the Yorkshire Dales National ...
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Children’s charity MedEquip4Kids is calling for teams of four to take on the Trek50 challenge - a 50 mile hike across the Pennines in under ...
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A competitor in "Britain's most brutal race" has been rescued after getting into problems at a remote point on the Scotland-England ...
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A to Z of the Pennine Way
Two new  A-Z Adventure Atlas's of the Pennine Way have been published. The Atlases each features 50 pages of continuous Ordnance Survey mapping ...
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eroded Pennine Way at Ladyhill
Please be aware that the forest section of Byway at Ladyhill, Northumberland National Park GR 80431 75635 requires a great deal of care to get along ...
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Helicopter lifting stone flags onto the Pennine Way
Walkers and Wildlife along the Pennine Way will see the benefit of several new sections of stone flagging carried out during 2013. The falgs are flown ...
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Walkers are Welcome © Alston Moor Partnership
Alston Moor has recently been accredited with Walkers are Welcome status.Walkers are Welcome is a nationwide initiative launched in 2007 to encourage ...
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