The coast, villages and countryside of the Eastern Algarve and then explore the treasures of this most westerly corner of Europe.
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Tue, 05 Jan 2016
Our first walk using the Settle Carlisle Railway was from Horton-in-Ribblesdale, and was to end at the famous Ribblehead Viaduct. The geological features of the limestone, sandstone terrain, with its sinkholes and fast flowing disappearing streams, were explained by Simon our Leader.
Sun, 03 Jan 2016
As a new employee in the company and having worked with predominantly young people in the past I was keen to see how Ramblers Worldwide Holidays operates with young people.
Sat, 02 Jan 2016
WALKING uphill with very little visibility – our compass-bearing leader defying the low clouds intent on getting us lost – we suddenly emerged at a remote rail crossing where a small gaggle of men with cameras were staring patiently into the “fog”. �
Sat, 02 Jan 2016
Is Yorkshire the friendliest place for walkers? A undisputed 25 of its towns and villages have signed up to the ‘Walkers are Welcome’ scheme which aims to encourage walkers to be actively welcomed and assisted when visiting. Supporter & our roving ambassador, Julia Bradbury, says "The scheme’s...
Tue, 12 Oct 2010
“Hassness, a fabulous place for walking in the Lake District”. This is how one of the French members of our group (17 French, 1 German and 2 British walkers) from the French Alps, described his impressions of his week’s stay in the beautiful house of Hassness on the shore of Buttermere.
Thu, 05 Aug 2010
I got to Hassness quite late, having stopped en route to meet some friends inManchester. To my surprise, I had the M6 to myself over Shap. As soon as I got to theButtermere valley, I discovered where everyone was – Hassness.