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About Mountains

Ronald Turnbull

walking across them, climbing up them, writing about them

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Scratching the surface

High above the Buttermere valley, there's a tiny hut once used by the quarrymen, and now available for overnight use by anyone who can manage to find it among the rock outcrops and piles of slate-quarry spoil. The sleeping platform, made of...

a month ago
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Aleister Crowley, magus and mountaineer

According to UKclimbing.com, there are 13 ways up the Napes Needle. But for those of a historic bent (and in this case, bent is the appropriate word), a route starting to the left of The Arête and then crossing it is credited to one E A Cro...

a month ago
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The Cloud of Unknowing

"Self belief," Gerald Macdonaldson says to the children. "Believe in yourself and make it happen. Your teachers have told you that, I'm sure. Well, when it comes to navigation on the mountain, your teachers have got it wrong. Don't believe ...

a month ago
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Suffering and fun

Common sense suggests that we should act to minimise our own future suffering. Mountaineers and long-distance walkers seem, however, to take the opposite strategy. We sign up, not just voluntarily but enthusiastically, for projects involvin...

2 months ago
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