River Tees - Cauldron Snout to High Force

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River Tees - Cauldron Snout to High Force

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Post by banzer » Mon Jun 03, 2013 2:54 pm

I love this write-up! There are not many 'must-make' get-outs above heinous waterfalls and rapids in the UK. The Spean and Conwy both have notable ones. Whereas in Norway, just about every section is split by unrunnable 'Horrorfossen', which puts a prickly feeling at the base of your spine as you near the end of the run!
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Post by purelandexpeditions.com » Mon Jun 03, 2013 4:40 pm

I love this write but - honest and with some ghosts - brilliant
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