Help needed - planning to go this weekend
Nesting birds and sheep are a given this time of year - the ewes have been lambing for months and as soon as they lamb they are let back to the fell/hill.
Think you'll be lucky to find anywhere with no sheep
I lost a pair of Leki Makalu trekking poles in the northern Rhinogs over the Easter week-end. Can give full description and probable location where left if anyone has found them.
Bleaklow is grim, although it's one of my favourite places, have a good look at Yellowslacks and Doctors gate for a route as well as the obvious Shelf stones, Wain Stones and B29 super fortress wreck.Also have alook at going of to Grinnah/Barrow stones they are worth a look
Re, animals you just never know, my mates dog dominated a baby hare once.It was a fairly one sided affair that lasted a good two seconds.
lots of sheep around the black mountains at the moment...just got back from an overnighter there this morning
Jude Bland wrote (see)
More sheep than people over most of Peak District - same goes for West Wales, Yorkshire Dales, Cheviots etc. Think - all those lamb chops and woolly jumpers
Ooooh...lamb chops done on a BBQ with a lump of rosemary twigs to give a flavour in the smoke.
Wooly jumpers...have they started crossing sheep with Kangroos ?
Ontario is a vast adventure playground just waiting to be explored and experienced
Minimal & lightweight footwear designed to enhance your outdoors experience
Become a fan of OutdoorsMagic
Follow us on twitter
Sign up to our free newsletter
Meet partners in our forum
Other Immediate Media Sites
Our eCommerce Platform
© Immediate Media Company Ltd 2012. This website is owned and published by Immediate Media Company Limited. www.immediatemedia.co.uk