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Mark D 10.11.2013 8.35 am we (6 people) started a hiking to scafell pike from great langdale.
we went modified (really off road) route to the peak, and came back down standard route. many of brakes, cos a lot of us ;-)
we had to use head torches on the way back.
beautiful weather, calm, sunny day, however a bit chilly. really white (snow) peaks.
stats: total time 10:07:48; distance: 24.73km; total elev gained/lost: 1514m; max elevation: 1031m; fi speed: 2.4km/h
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Kel M 7km ..1hr 55min ..with friends whom never hiked Morialta falls ..great to encourage fun way stay fit !!
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Damien D GR54 August/September 2013 (Tour of Oisans and the Ecrins), nearly 200km in 9 days in complete autonomy and bivouac. It was AWESOME!!! :)
Damien D GR54 August/September 2013 (Tour of Oisans and the Ecrins, France), nearly 200km in 9 days in complete autonomy and bivouac.
Alan R replied to the topic Where have been some of your most memorable hikes in the US?
Lumber Ridge Trail, near Tremont in Great Smoky Mountains NP, Tennessee - I climbed a hemlock tree at the top of this ridge to get a majestic view of these mountains. That was a great hike and a fun memory.