21 March, 2021
Debbie North, AccessTOG Ambassador, together with the TOG team took the barrier free route to the summit of Blencathra.
Blencathra is one of the Lake District’s most famous and dramatic mountains. King Arthur and his band of knights are asleep inside the mountain. They are ready to fight battle if England is under threat from invading forces… but of course, that is local legend!
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