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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Something for everyone: Dartmoor's resurgence

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03/09/2019

The Nuns Cross Path is used by more than 30,000 walkers and 10,000 mountain bikers, as well as horse riders, disabled ‘trampers’ and many others each year - it is a shining example of the accessible but wild landscape Dartmoor can be. But a combination of extreme weather, like the storms of winter 2014, and erosion damage had taken its toll over the years. In stepped the BMC's Mend Our Mountains campaign.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Britain's five most haunted hills

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26/10/2015

"Every few steps I took I heard a crunch behind me... I was seized by terror". Evade the trick-or-treaters this Halloween and escape to one of Britain's most spooky summits.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Hill hoards: the buried treasures unearthed in Britain’s wild places

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02/09/2015

In the wake of an important archaeological discovery at The Roaches, we take a look back at historic hoards found in the UK’s hills.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

National parks: people and landscape before gin palaces

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26/02/2014

A proposed relaxation of planning laws could destroy irreplaceable landscapes in national parks and other protected areas. A debate by MPs revealed grounds for cautious optimism, reports Carey Davies - but we're not out of the woods yet.
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MEMBERSHIP

Defrag your brain: swap screen for scenery

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16/12/2013

Feeling frazzled from a busy term? Getting outdoors during the Christmas break could be the perfect way to recharge your batteries ready to tackle holiday assignments and the new term. Sarah Ryan tells us why the hills are the ultimate screen break for weary minds.
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