Pendle is an area best known for its association with the controversial witch trials of 1612, located in a damp, dark corner of East Lancashire. It is a modest location overlooked by the grandeur of the tourist laden Lake District to the north whilst to the north east the famous peaks and caves of the Yorkshire Dales draw the crowds. To the south it is simply ignored by its close relations in the Peak District.
Forty years on from Doug Scott and Chris Bonington’s death-defying first ascent of the Ogre, Scott reveals the whole truth behind their epic fight for survival in a new book set for release this autumn.
Thursday, 05 October 2017 13:36

Ed Douglas' The Magician's Glass reviewed

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The Magician's Glass is a compilation of essays from the pen of Ed Douglas, probably the UK's most influential writer since Joe Tasker and Pete Boardman, so it's fitting it's been nominated for this years Boardman Tasker Awards.
Twenty off-road routes 'for trail and fell runners' is the pitch of this pocket-sized guide from Vertebrate.

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