Category Archives: Stone Circles

Great Burney: One Small Step, One Giant Leap

THE time has come to introduce my granddaughter to mountains. This is a milestone that should be tackled delicately. Patience, encouragement and understanding are required. Expectations should be fulfilled, effort rewarded. So off we go to the Lake District on … Continue reading

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Posted in Archaeology, Childhood, Climbing, Hiking, Mountains, Stone Circles, Walking | Tagged , , , | 19 Comments

Stanwick Camp – A Thorn in the Foot

A walk to Stanwick Camp – the capital of Brigantia . . . Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology, Environment, Footpaths, Great North Road, Hiking, History, Iron Age, Life, Stone Circles, The Romans, Walking | Tagged , | 32 Comments

The Circles that You Find . . .

A final trip back into the Bronze Age in search of rock carvings . . . Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology, Bronze Age, Cup and ring carvings, Environment, Geology, History, Industrial archaeology, Mountains, Stone Circles, Walking | Tagged , , , | 26 Comments

Still Walking in Circles

Exploring the Bronze Age rock art of Barningham Moor . . . Continue reading

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Bronzed Off . . .

Another walk in search of Bronze Age rock carvings high on Barningham Moor . . . Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology, Bronze Age, Cup and ring carvings, Environment, Hiking, History, Mountains, Stone Circles, Walking | Tagged | 8 Comments