Slow but still smiling
Chrome Hill? Always a sore point, no idea why.
Hi NickThe top one is Chrome hill and the nailed up one is Parkhouse.I have no idea what the problem is.
just vault the obstacles
Hi UCThe gate was ok. it was the nettles and brambles on Parkhouse hill were the much worse. Ouch!
Looks like a challenge to me...
Hey up 4WindsI think its me that is challenged.
?! My favourite is a large sign next to a bridleway in Monsal Dale that reads 'Non Farm Vehicles BUGGER OFF'! Hope you are well mate, fancy a meet up and run soon?
SimonDefinitely up for a run/plod.
that sort of behaviour (the nail benders) needs reporting somewhere...if its a public footpath and the way is temporarily unpassable then they (nail benders) need to clearly show a diversion. now, who do we report this to? peak park? will ask a ranger friend of mine. I'm sure photos and a grid ref will be useful.
Update from my ranger friend about who to report to "The pathways officer of the local council. If its on the Pennine Way also the National Park ranger who deals with the PW. I'd also speak to the Ramblers they are usually very proactive."
Hi lynneBoth paths are concession paths, leading to access land so I am not sure about the rights and wrongs.
Some really nice photos there. I really need to get a decent small camera, as the photos I take with my phone are total rubbish.
Tks PatI use an Olympus u850 it is waterproof and shockproof. Its mostly just point and shoot.
Please feel free to leave a message, even if its not related to the post.Cheers Steve