fell-walking


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fell-walking

n
Brit the sport of hiking over fells
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8Da followed YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Earmark 9 Nepal 10 Tread 11 Trellis 12 Peg 13 Rehearse 16 Confined 17 Age 19 Chianti 21 Aisle 22 Flair 23 Knowing DOWN: 1 Red tape 2 Arpeggio 3 Lard 4 On remand 5 Opal 6 Clash 8 Kitchen sink 13 Refinery 14 Sealskin 15 Revenge 18 Scoff 20 Ivan 21 AWOL QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Accompanist 8 Are 9 Lit 11 Vinegar 12 Opera 13 Eat 14 Del 15 Knocked 17 Tar 19 Inky 21 Inch 23 Dupe 25 Semi 27 Tom 29 Bequest 31 Irk 34 Pro 36 Tonic 37 Squalid 38 Hoe 39 Any 40 Fell-walking DOWN: 1 Aria 2 Cent 3 Organic 4 Piracy 5 No-one 6 Sled 7 Tire 8 Avert 10 Tally 16 Dip 18 Rim 20 Net 22 Nib 24 Unstuck 25 Smith 26 Russia 28 Moody 30 Excel 32 Roof 33 Knee 34 Plan 35 Ring
He makes few concessions to age, although his advancing years have forced him to call time on fell-walking and climbing .
Their musical blend has the infectious camaraderie and jovial recklessness of The Pogues combined with the bucolic English landscape of Alfred Wainwright's fell-walking guides.
Luckily I'm naturally quite fit, though, as I've always enjoyed fell-walking and running and I hope others will sign up to trek with me on this amazing adventure.
Which makes fell-walking much more of a sport than darts, and walking on the pavements just now a very dangerous game indeed.
The unforgettable exhilarating experience - made possible by simple parental consent - confirmed my lifelong love of fell-walking.
A previous victim of the ailment himself, Neil keeps fighting fit by vigorous fell-walking and boardroom jousting.
WATCHDOG'S Julia Bradbury has had some nice gigs: flying with the Red Arrows, fell-walking in the Lake District.
Khan liked to use outdoor activities, such as paintballing, fell-walking and canoeing, as part of his grooming process to turn young Muslims into hardline religious fanatics.
Sian said: 'The Cardiff Half Marathon is all part of our training, as is cross-country running, fell-walking and regular visits to the gym.
When legendary fell-walking guidebook author Alfred Wainwright began treading the trails in the 1930s, he had to carry a heavy canvas tent, use a frameless knapsack and support himself with a hand-carved wooden walking stick.