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1 week ago
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Wednesday Walks in January. A good start to the new year for the WW's team: Clougha Pike - a lovely day with magnificent views of Morecambe Bay and all the surrounding hills; Pennington Flash and ... See more

1 month ago

Thanks for a those who made the journey to Kendal Wall. Hopefully you had a good day.

1 month ago
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1 month ago
Photos from Lancashire Mountaineering Club's post

WW's training for Christmas and the New Year: The Winster valley. A visit to the Bluebell woods to plant a tree in memory of Derek, one of the founders of the WW group. The party assembled in Harry's ... See more

2 months ago
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Twelve members enjoyed a clear day with super and atmospheric views on yesterdays Lakeland walking meet up Dovedale and onto Fairfield. Rather windy and chilly on the tops needing recovery in the ... See more

2 months ago
Photos from Lancashire Mountaineering Club's post

November; true to form has been a rather dark and damp month for the WW's but the team have managed to make the most of it. The Leck Valley and ease Gill above Kirby Lonsdale; Whitbarrow from Ravens ... See more

3 months ago

It's our annual photo comp, some impressive pictures...

3 months ago
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Kalymnos 18 - LMC members have been visiting Kalymnos during October for several years now. "The island is home to more than 3000 routes, many of impeccable quality and has become one of the best ... See more

3 months ago
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WW's in October.
The month started with twelve WWs joining Jim in Borrowdale for the grand final of his Wainwright round. The chosen crags were Eagle Crag and Sergeant’s Crag, noted as being one ... See more

4 months ago
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The Wednesday Walkers exploits carried on a pace in September. The Dunnerdale Fells from Broughton Mills; Great Stickle, Stickle Pike and Caw. A lovely blue sky day and a super walk of 10 miles, ... See more

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