fellwalker


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fellwalker

(ˈfɛlˌwɔːkə)
n
Brit a person who hikes over fells
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Then again, the 200-or-so Crusaders wouldn't have trained either back in 1936 and Stuart is a fellwalker and president of the Ramblers' Association.
Fellwalker Alfred Wainwright's famous illustrated guides to the Lake District are to be saved and reprinted in his home town of Kendal.
You just cannot be a fellwalker, climber or all-round outdoor person or mountaineer studying in an armchair.
Known as Saddleback due to its distinctive shape, the mountain was dubbed "one of the grandest objects in Lakeland" by renowned fellwalker and author Alfred Wainwright.
But Miss Nicholson, who said she was an experienced, qualified fellwalker, said she did not have details with her of what the other groups were doing that afternoon.
Brabbs, whose photographs illustrated thebestseller James Herriot's Yorkshire and seven books linked with the legendary fellwalker Alfred Wainright, writes about Warwick the Kingmaker's Middleham Castle but manages just a passing reference to the nobleman's great Midland fortress while discussing castle dungeons.
I once suggested that fellwalkers should be made to sit a mountain safety certificate - and was laughed out of court.
Gannon doesn't shy away from technical terms, but 'as there are over 1,500 names for different types of volcanic rock, some simplification is necessary', and throughout, his enthusiasm for the landscape is evident (corrie lakes are 'justly adored by fellwalkers for their stark beauty').
St Edward's Fellwalkers club is open to walkers of all ages and organise walks throughout the year, on every other Saturday, in areas such as Northumberland, the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors.
They are handwritten and hand-drawn works of art that have inspired true fellwalkers for 50 years.
St Edward's Fellwalkers, based in North Tyneside, have been on a spending spree after receiving pounds 5,000 of Awards For All lottery funding.
Hadrian's Challenge, the first major exhibition from the 25-yearold Newcastle College student, follows 14 members of the North Tyneside-based group St Edward's Fellwalkers as they complete the exhibition's eponymous challenge: a 25-mile walk along the Roman emperor's wall.