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Edale (Water Levels) Rising

17 August, 2015

Sold out, with a waiting list to boot. Over fifty walkers had signed up for what would surely be a glorious mid-August walk with a fortnight to go. Suntan lotion at the ready and I’d even considered the possibility of lumping some disposable family BBQs up Jacob’s Ladder. Oh yes, this would be a ...

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Five Ways Freshwalks Can Benefit You and Your Business

15 July, 2015

With lockdown restrictions slowly easing, there's never been a better time to get involved in Freshwalks. Over the last few months, we've all been forced to take a step back, enjoy the simple things and take pleasure in the beauty on our doorstep. We believe it's important not to let this slip...

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A Summer Walk on Glorious Bleaklow

11 July, 2015

Eleven months on from our inaugural event last August, we thought it was about time to retrace that wholly enjoyable, heather-clad route around the harsh moorland landscape of Bleaklow. A classic, if slighter shorter, hike than our last two forays towards Kinder and one to allow us the added bonu...

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Ten Reasons You Should Come to Freshwalks

01 July, 2015

1. Exercise Don’t underestimate the physical effort required on our routes. Our typical 10 mile plus walks are a fair slog on some difficult terrain. Designed to get the blood pumping, lungs bursting and legs wobbling. You’ll know about it the following day.

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It’s a Kinder Magic

17 May, 2015

There’s quite simply no better way to end a week than hitting the great outdoors on a Friday morning and it felt like this fourth Freshwalks event was long overdue after an immense turnout at the end of

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Back to Bleaklow: Snowballs, Sushi & Sunshine

02 March, 2015

It doesn’t really matter how many events I organise, the night before will always major on excitement and minor on sleep. So I was a touch blurry-eyed, being the first to tuck into a tasty breakfast at Carluccio’s, Manchester Piccadilly, ahead of the third instalment of Netwalking

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Netwalking to Bleaklow

31 August, 2014

The day had arrived. I attend and organise plenty of events but I’d really been looking forward to this one. Netwalking or Soxy Netwalking (the Business Club with Altitude) as Michael Taylor had originally christened it, was finally upon us. Here we were, ready to cajole many a soft urban back...

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