fell-walking

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fell-walking

n
Brit the sport of hiking over fells
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The BBC4 series sees Julia follow in the footsteps of fell-walker and guide writer Alfred Wainwright.
An exhibition on the Museum's former honorary curator, the fell-walker and author Alfred Wainwright runs from March 19th to July 4th.
THE Wainwright Peaks of the Lake District take their name from the fell-walker Alfred Wainwright.
Fell-walker Keith Dyson, 75, has just completed all 214 of Alfred Wainwright's famous Lakeland routes.
And the summit centre was buzzing with fell-walkers nursing piping hot chocolates in their hands telling tales of their trek up the mountain.
While it might not rank high on the list of destinations for serious fell-walkers, it was the walk that first inspired Alfred Wainwright, author of the classic Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, and breathing in the impressive panoramic views from the top, it's not difficult to see why.
Two fell-walkers plunged to their deaths in December and Gollings, whose Local Hero runs in next Saturday's Victor Ludorum Hurdle at Haydock en route to Cheltenham, will be closely monitoring climatic conditions before deciding when to make the climb that must fit in with his racing commitments.
A police spokeswoman said: "Cumbria Police are urging fell-walkers, mountaineers and other people to be sensible and avoid going out on the fells after receiving reports walkers may be trapped in the snow.
Residents, fell-walkers and day trippers do revive themselves there.
A police spokeswoman added: "Cumbria police are urging fell-walkers, mountaineers and other people to be sensible and avoid going out on the Cumbrian fells today after receiving reports that walkers may be trapped in the snow.
Its distinctive and eye-catching shape has helped make it very popular among fell-walkers.