/ Climbing in the Peaks this weekend

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swoosh - on 19 Jul 2013
Is there anyone climbing in the Peaks this weekend?
GrahamD - on 19 Jul 2013
In reply to swoosh:

Yes. Both of them.
In reply to swoosh:

Might be up for some hot Peaks action. Love the Peaks, no where better than the Peaks!



Fredt on 19 Jul 2013
In reply to swoosh:

I'd struggle to climb at all three Peaks, I'd just go for the one, maybe Pen y Ghent
dr_botnik - on 19 Jul 2013
In reply to Fredt:

In response to the above posters:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ovi7uQbtKas
xplorer on 19 Jul 2013
Sad silly little boys.

The previous posters obviously aren't climbing this weekend....
Fredt on 19 Jul 2013
In reply to xplorer:

On the contrary, I shall spend two full days climbing in the Peak District, which is handy for me as I live there.
And you aren't too far away, as you live in the Manchesters.
swoosh - on 19 Jul 2013
Sorry guys, I've had a change of plan. Heading the lake this weekend. Sorry.
Fredt on 19 Jul 2013
In reply to swoosh:
> Sorry guys, I've had a change of plan. Heading the lake this weekend. Sorry.

Is that a new sport, or an euphemism?
dr_botnik - on 19 Jul 2013
In reply to swoosh: lolollol
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rug - on 20 Jul 2013
Given that the Peak District is subdivided into the Dark Peak, and the White Peak, is it really such a crime to use the term 'Peaks'. It would clearly be erroneous to talk of the Peaks District, but I tend to interpret 'the Peaks' as meaning the combination of Dark and White, rather than an abbreviation for the District as a whole.

I could be wrong in making this assumption, but at least it means that I can accept the term with the utmost equanimity, and happily get on with worrying about stuff that perhaps matters a bit more (to me at least).

Rug

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