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Row over plan for zip slide down Lake District fell From The Westmorland Gazette
that which are more appropriate than somewhere as exhilarating as Fleetwith Pike."John Burland, publicity officer for the Wainwright Society, an organisation that promotes the works and ideals of the legendary fell walker, said that Alfred Wainwright would not have approved."He (Wainwright) loved the quarries of Lakeland and spent hours putting pen to paper about the quarries at Honister in his Pictorial Guides," said Mr Burland.Rob Milligan, walks co ordinator with Summitt Good, a Kendal based rambling organisation aimed at 20 and 30 year olds, said: "It'll add a lot of noise pollution into what is a very quiet area."I think there's probably no need for it because we've already got the Go Burberry Bag On Sale
But Dr Malcolm Petyt, access officer with the Ramblers' Association Lake District branch, said: "A national park is not just a national playground and you have to consider carefully what activitiesare approp riate in that setting."I don't object to people having a thrill but there are places to do Burberry Leather Hobo
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closely consulted with companies that have introduced similar adrenaline packed tourism experiences in South Africa and New Zealand.He has also commissioned independent noise impact assessment tests and sought advice from historians and safety experts.There are also hopes that the "Lancaster Aerial Flight" would help the Borrowdale mine keep staff on during the winter months.At present, the mine has to lay off two thirds of its staff for five months during Prada Eyeglasses Frames winter, but a sustainable tourist flow through the mine in winter would see employment remain steady.And Mr Weir hopes to tempt prospective adventure travellers to come to the Lake District."I want to get our young and exciting people to have an adrenaline packed weekend here in the Lakes, rather than them flying out to places like New Zealand," said Mr Weir."But it's also a fantastic thing for the old as well it's for anyone who lives life to the full."The Lancaster Aerial Flight would help Honister address the ebb and flow of tourism by retaining more people for longer periods and providing something new and exciting for visitors to the LakeDistrict to try."This is vitally important in such a rural corner of Cumbria where new job opportunities across the valley are rare."Mr Weir, who hopes to open the zip line as early as July if planning permission is received, has worked on the plans with the LDNPA, Cumbria Tourism and companies with similar adrenaline packedactivities in New Zealand."From a tourism point of view, what's being planned would undoubtedly be hugely appealing," said Andrea Runkee, Cumbria Tourism's Adventure Capital Manager."It would be among the most thrilling tourism experiences to try in the whole of the UK."It's respectful of the mine's industrial heritage, and all the evidence suggests there will not be any adverse impact from these proposals."Mr Weir was looking into the mine's history when he discovered that in 1926, a cable car type operation called the "Lancaster Aerial" was built on Fleetwith Pike.The pulley system, which shut down in 1950, helped transport heavy slate "clogs" safely and quickly down the mountain and into Honister factory, which helped to increase the mine's turnover and.
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