Buckden Pike

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Elevation: 2303 feet
Prominence: 679 feet

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About MJS Walking

I started walking again as i approached my 40th birthday. The thrill of reaching the peak of a mountain and the panoramic views is such inspiration. Before i knew it i was walking the Pennine Way, which sparked a whole raft of long distance walks. 

With time i hope to capture some of them and share the experience with you.

Recent Posts

North East
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The Pennine Way

My first Long Distance Walk. The Pennine Way spans the Pennines from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in Scotland.

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41 Peaks
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Yocken-thwaite Moor

We thought we would try and squeeze this in an evening walk as we had seen an extended dry period, and the summit is well known for its challenging terrain due to the peat hags and boggy ground.

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Wild Boar Fell from High Seat
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Cotterdale to High Seat

A surprisingly remote part of the Dales. Much of this walk was via little or no clear path, and we only passed one other person all day.

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41 Peaks
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Buckden Pike

Our first walk in our challenge to summit all 41 mountains in the Yorkshire Dales.

It’s for charity, Cure Parkinsons, more about why this is so important to me to follow

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