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Should You Try The Corporate Team Walk?

27 September 2018

We’ve all been in those boring team building exercises which resort to cliches – the trust falls, the model building and other exercises that you’ve perhaps seen time and time again. Perhaps the best way to motivate your employees...

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Bringing Your Dog To The North Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge?

20 September 2018

One thing that all dog owners can agree on is that they love being outdoors. From yappy Jack Russells to sturdy German Shepherds, most healthy dogs can tackle the North Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge with ease. Due to co-evolving...

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Yorkshire Dales National Park: What to look out for

13 September 2018

Created in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales National Park encompasses much of North Yorkshire as well as parts of Cumbria and a small chunk of Lancashire. Home to 24,000 people, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is mostly privately owned land,...

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Slow and Steady Hikes The Mountain

06 September 2018

There’s nothing more exhilarating than climbing up to a windswept peak and soaking in the view. On a clear day, many mountains and fells in the UK let you see for hundreds of miles in any direction, and the...

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What Makes Good Hiking Boots?

30 August 2018

Any choice of clothing should come with some considerations. Size, colours, materials used, price, and how often you will use it. However, these considerations become more important when you take them and use them in high-intensity use like hiking...

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The Ribblehead Viaduct

23 August 2018

Between two of the Yorkshire 3 peaks is a monumental feat of 19th Century engineering that we call the Ribblehead Viaduct. Built to facilitate the Settle-Carlisle railway line in the 1870s, the viaduct is the longest bridge on that...

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Yorkshire 3 peaks guide to Horton-in-Ribblesdale

16 August 2018

At the start of the standard Yorkshire 3 peaks walk is the sleepy village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Despite only having 428 residents, Horton-in-Ribblesdale regularly sees an influx of hikers, cave explorers and even train enthusiasts due to being situated around a...

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Essential Hiking Equipment

09 August 2018

While the North Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge isn’t quite as demanding as some other hiking challenges in the UK, you’ll still have to think about how you’ll make it across. Most experienced hikers will bring the absolute basics with...

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The Subterranean Secrets of The White Scar Caves

02 August 2018

Your first thought when thinking about the North Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge probably isn’t going to be ‘going into subterranean caves’, but there’s a lot more to see between the Peaks than just mountains. While much of Yorkshire is...

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