Wishing you all a Happy, Safe and Peaceful New Year.
Monthly Archives: December 2020
Rambling and Covid – an update from the Ramblers Association
All advice on this page was reviewed on Wednesday 30 December. In these locked down times, walking is more important than ever. To make sure we can all enjoy it safely, it’s important to keep up to date with current coronavirus restrictions. On this page, you’ll find an overview of the different restrictions across England, ScotlandContinue reading “Rambling and Covid – an update from the Ramblers Association”
A Message from Coniston Mountain Rescue
And this also applies now to many areas of the UK… Due to the government announcement this afternoon, the whole of Cumbria has now been placed into Tier 4. The rules for travel in a Tier 4 area are below. Please take particular notice of the rule about exercise, you can travel a short distanceContinue reading “A Message from Coniston Mountain Rescue”
49000 Miles of Missing Paths
News from The Ramblers: We’ve searched all of England and Wales and found over 49,000 miles of paths that could be lost for ever, unless we come together to save them. You can now look online and see where the missing paths are where you live or in places where you walk. The link alsoContinue reading “49000 Miles of Missing Paths”
A Christmas Trespasser
Walking around the forbidding walls of a castle in Cumbria, we saw this trespasser invading the grounds. Enjoy Christmas and the New Year and stay safe. Here’s to better walking in 2021.