Every walker and hiker knows that no matter how physically fit they are, if the boot doesn’t fit they’ll end up with the discomfort of soggy socks, and the pain of squelchy blisters, sore toes and even an ankle strain. Continue reading “These boots were made for walking”
Limestone pavements, pot holes, waterfalls, mountains, National trails. Every year, you’ll always find MAS Northern camping, walking and cycling in our beloved Yorkshire Dales National Park: Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Austwick, Settle, Hawes, Leyburn.
But take a look at what Storm Ali has done to this waterfall in Cray: it’s sent it backwards and uphill!
Yes, MAS Northern does like to be beside the seaside too. This year’s North Yorkshire coast meet took us to High Straggleton Farm. Panoramic sea views, dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches, abbeys and national walking trails. High Straggleton Farm had it all.
Sitting in an elevated position between Whitby and Sandsend with panoramic views of the North Sea and surrounding countryside, it was perfect for dramatic cliff walking along the gorgeous Cleveland Way, for enjoying a sandy beach day and exploring the sights of Whitby. Continue reading “Whitby, North Yorkshire Coast and Moors”
Anyone remember when camping and cycling were like this? When a club has a history as long as the Camping and Caravanning Club, and the Mountain Activity Section within that, chances are you won’t.
But some things never change: views of the hills, a great sunset, bicycles propped up all around, and some good old campsite nourishment. Though, fancy a different kind of cycling outfit, anyone? And maybe the camping accommodation has become a little more complicated (or convenient).
Most of our archives come from after the Club’s establishment in 1901 but we do have some copies of ‘Cycle & Camp’ written by our founder T.H. Holding and published in 1898 pic.twitter.com/8nMWtXZYFJ