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penine way and a bothy

penine way and a bothy


Postby shane1974 » Wed Jan 21, 2015 6:39 pm

Date walked: 20/01/2015

Time taken: 8

Distance: 26 km

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the extra time was taken when on the penine way after I left the wall, as the terrain was treacherously boggy and had to circumnavigate large frozen bog patches and hope I never fell through them.
This was an overnight walk.
Haltwhistle to the bothy
bothy to Bardon Mill
It also was my first Bothy experience, and will be my last for some time. not an experience I enjoyed or want to do again any time soon!!!
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