Winter walks keep members active!
Published 10:39 on 30 Jan 2024
Fourteen of us enjoyed a dry, if overcast, seven mile wander around the Lune Gorge and Borrowdale on the 28th January, looking at possible and probable roman roads, 'by appointment' fell ponies, and the influence of railways and motorway on the layout of Tebay and its roads. A walk up the Borrowdale valley and a crossing of the Low Borrowdale Farm moat were followed by a climb and brisk walk along the ridge to Jeffrey's Mount, before we descended to Roundthwaite and crossed the motorway for a stroll down the Lune to Low Borrow Bridge and its roman fort. We may return one day to see the rhinos! (Editor: ask John W about the rhinos!)
Last updated 14:36 on 2 March 2024