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Arctic adventure

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From weekend walker to North Pole adventurer For Misba Khan from Manchester, joining a Ramblers group was the start of an incredible journey that led her all the way to the Arctic. I was inspired to start walking by my children, who...

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Unexpected remoteness

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Mid-September, 0830; breakfast al fresco in scorching sun overlooking from a high terrace a harbour full of boats, some moored, some moving, and an ancient lighthouse. La Rochelle? A fishing-port in the eastern Algarve? Dubrovnik, Byron’s ‘pearl of the Adriatic’?...

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My Walk of Life

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Click here to download an audio extract of Julia's interview with KD Grace Despite growing up in the US Rocky Mountains, it wasn’t until I moved to Surrey with my husband that I discovered a love of walking. My father was...

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Phil Pickin: the impact of the red sky at night

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Wildlife writer Phil Pickin explains how the weather changes the wildlife that we see through the changing seasons... Nothing impacts on a walk more than the weather and, unsurprisingly, that self same weather has an bearing on the wildlife you are likely...

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Walking 3000 miles for mental health

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  I had a high-stress job running a bar in London. Alcohol became a big part of my life and exercise took a back seat. I ended up burning out and having a major depressive episode. At rock-bottom, I moved in with...

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50 Years of the Pennine way

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  On 24 April the Pennine Way celebrates its 50th anniversary. Britain’s first ever long distance path, the much cherished national trail covers 256 miles along mountain tops in Northumberland, the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District.  To celebrate the...

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My Walk of Life: I fell hard for walking

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Walking is a huge part of my life. I walk with a group twice a week and have travelled the length of the UK – and to many other countries – pursuing my passion for footpaths. Some of my walking group...

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How to be A Tyneside Rambler

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How to be a Tyneside Rambler Coming out with the Ramblers is probably very similar to lots of walks that you have already enjoyed. There are however several points that may help you to prepare for a ramble: The walks are usually linear,...

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Our Library

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SOUTH EAST ESSEX RAMBLERS LIBRARY We have a selection of walking guide book and Maps available to our members. To borrow any of the following books or maps contact Wendy, our Librarian, on 01702 558729   BOOKS   Berkshire   Rambling along the Thames (Runnymede-Sonning)   Cotswolds   AA Cotswolds OS Cotswolds Cotswold Walks...

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Getting ready for walking in winter

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One of the great things about walking is that it can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Pity the poor skiers, waiting for the snow to arrive, or the sailors hauling their boats out of the water at...

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