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Planning our walking holidays and guided breaks from our home in Cheshire

JESS; a poem for our loyal dog; RIP

Jess the Pinnacle loyal dog

This week Pinnacle Walking Holidays said goodbye to our loyal dog Jess, she was 15 years old – what a milestone. She has been a great support to Mike on our UK walks; always making sure the guests were safe and stayed together. We first met Jess when her owners, Maggie and Paul, came to

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Raspberry Creme Brulee

Raspberry Creme Brulee a popular dessert in the French Alps and the Peak District

A really popular dessert with guests on all our catered holidays is Raspberry Creme Brulee. This dessert is light and really easy to make and you can add any other fruit if you do no not like raspberries, you can also take out the liqueur if required: It’s a big dinner party hit. The nice

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Hot Cross Bread Bun Pudding Recipe

Hot Cross Bread Bun Pudding Recipe

As the signs of spring start to show my thoughts turn to recipes for the Alps walking holidays, I recently tried this lovely recipe using Hot Cross Buns and it turned out really well. I call this Bread and Bun pudding, and serve it with custard, but on our Alps walking breaks I will probably

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A Local Walk up White Nancy

River Wye Walk, close to home and White Nancy

We do a walk up White Nancy quite often as a training exercise for our Pinnacle Walking Holiday breaks. It only takes a couple of hours, has great views from the top of White Nancy and includes a few ups and downs. The walk starts at the top of Lord Street. Turn into Cow Lane,

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CHOCOLATE SPIDER CUPCAKE RECIPE

Spider Web Cupcakes Recipe

Halloween is just around the corner, so I thought let’s make a seasonal sweet blog this week. Hopefully my chocolate spider cupcake recipe will get you inspired, too! I made some of these for my neighbour, she said they were delicious. Halloween is not an event I’m really a fan of, but I’ve seen lots

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