Thursday, April 23, 2009
WALK OF THE WEEK - 23/04/09
8 miles / 4 hours. Reeth, Swing Bridge, Grinton, Marrick Priory, Marrick, Fremington Egde and the White House.
Fremington Edge rises sheer above the confluence of Arkengarthdale and Swaledale, a vast wall of screes and crags that affords a superb view of Reeth far below. The walk across the top of the broad ridge is one of the finest in the Dales, and if you combine it with a riverside walk from the Swing Bridge, through Grinton to the historic remains of Marrick Priory, then you will be rewarded with a memorable walk.
Monday, April 13, 2009
WALK OF THE WEEK - 13/04/09
12.5 miles / 6 hours. Bowlees, High Force, Cronkley Fell, Upper Teedale, Raven Crag, Forest-in-Teesdale, Dirt Pit.
The upper reaches of Teesdale stand as England's last wilderness, a vast landscape of open fells, moors and sweeping valleys. Here you will find the Teesdale Assemblage, a unique and rare collection of arctic-alpine plants that have survived since the last Ice Age. The path across Cronkley Fell is known as the Green Trod, an ancient cattle drove road across the fells from Teesdale to Dufton. The views are superb, including this photo of the start of the descent down into Upper Teesdale.
Sunday, April 12, 2009
The Guardian - travel feature, 11/04/09
IT'LL ALL END IN BEERS
Mark Reid's 'Inn Way... to the Yorkshire Dales' was a 2-page travel feature in The Guardian on Saturday 11th April 2009.
In late February 2009, Ian Belcher accompanied Mark Reid and the three Eagar Brothers from Canada, who were filming an adventure travel TV programme for Canadian TV as well as for National Geographic. We walked 5 out of the 6 stages of 'The Inn Way' walk.... read all about the ensuing adventures on the Guardian website...
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PHOTO: Antony Cake