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Walking poles by [email protected]
My Leki Alto walking poles have corroded fairly badly, though I am not quite sure why, but no matter. Anyway, I need some more, but Leki's product range seems to have developed cancerous gimmickry and their Web pages and brochure are nothing less than obscene. I need an ordinary grip (not...
July 16th 12 03:02 PM
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Walking from Exmouth to Weymouth in 3 days - too much? by himself
wrote: On Thursday, March 1, 2012 9:54:47 AM UTC, Kieran Scott wrote: Hi all, Just looking for a bit of guidance as to whether we are being overly- ambitious in planning for an upcoming walking trip (in mid March). Current...
July 14th 12 07:05 PM
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OpenStreetMap by The Welsh Windbag
Is anybody involved in the OSM (Open Street Map) project? I have been using MyTrails and NavFree on an Android phone. With MyTrails I usually use OS maps and with NavFree I use OSM. What I like about OSM is that it is possible to set it up for 'Walking Mode', and if you do, it uses any...
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July 12th 12 10:07 AM
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Mike Mason by Mike Mason
I use this model of GPS purely for mountaineering. On my lasst walk across the bogland that is now Wales I manged to loose the weather cap for the usb port and the external aerial. I've talked to Garmin UK who don't have a replacement. Can anyone suggest if and where I might find a replacement...
July 11th 12 10:20 PM
by Mike Mason Go to last post
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TR: Alport Dale by Graham Seed[_2_]
The day after most of Britain had been flooded out I got an opportunity to get some walking in the Peak. The eldest was sussing Universities out and was looking at Sheffield so I took her, her mate and both mums over to the Arts Tower and went off to see some old friends. Unfortunately they...
July 9th 12 05:33 PM
by Chris Gilbert[_4_] Go to last post
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Help with Scottish hill walk by MP[_3_]
Iím seeking advice on picking and choosing a route to walk a Scottish hill, increasing joint problems means if I want to do a Scottish hill it will have to be fairly soon. Problem is while I have most of the LD fells under my belt and a few Welsh mountains I have only a handful of Scottish hills...
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July 3rd 12 11:38 PM
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R:Help with Scottish hill walk by MP[_3_]
Considering this route in Glen Coe would appreciate opinions on how good bad or other thoughts on it. Maine reasons for considering it is travelling up there, access to the hill itself and not attempting anything overlie ambitious for my manageable joint problems, I know a bit of a tall order...
June 29th 12 11:24 AM
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I've been for a long walk... by Phil Cook[_2_]
And this is what I saw when I got the http://www.therewaslight.co.uk/pans/a-mhaighdean.htm That page runs a java aplet, if you'd rather not, go he http://www.therewaslight.co.uk/pans/a-mhaighdean.jpg -- Phil Cook -68/283, only four more ticked off this trip :-(
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June 27th 12 12:49 PM
by Paul Rooney[_4_] Go to last post
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Carrick Way by Robert[_3_]
Has anyone walked any of the new Carrick Way in South Ayrshire? I ask to find out about the condition of the route, as I walked a few miles along the Barr to Girvan section earlier in the week. Paths were sometimes difficult to follow, and non existent in places, though it was quite well marked,...
June 22nd 12 08:15 PM
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Long distance walk with baby carriage by Christopher Loffredo
We'd like to do a long-distance walk with our 7 month old using a baby carriage (she's too young for a baby rucksack and a front carrier would be too hard on our backs), preferably in Scotland or Wales. We're experienced and equipped walkers and wild is a plus, but baby logistics and safety...
June 12th 12 03:12 PM
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Scotish Place Names by [email protected]
When in Wales I have a reference book that explains the pronunciation of Welch place names but I have never found an equivalent that explains how to pronounce Scotish mountain/loch names. Does anyone know of one? -- Dystokia
June 5th 12 11:57 AM
by Phil Cook[_2_] Go to last post
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Old Maps Online by Phil Cook[_2_]
Reading elsewhere I have come across this site with old OS and Bartholomew maps. http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/maps/ -- Phil Cook
May 26th 12 05:06 PM
by Judith Go to last post
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Most remote place in Scotland by Adam Lea[_3_]
Does anyone know what the most remote place in mainland Scotland is, defined by distance to the nearest public road as the crow flies?
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May 26th 12 04:08 PM
by Phil Cook[_2_] Go to last post
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New Forest Psuedo-Wild Camping. by [email protected]
In article , Mark wrote: I'm looking for a campsite in the New Forest that provides a bit of a wild camping feel with decent showers and bogs. Camp fires allowed would be a real bonus. A nearby pub...
May 21st 12 02:39 PM
by Phil Cook[_2_] Go to last post
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New footpaths to be created on Three Peaks route (Yorkshire Dales) by Allan[_3_]
New footpaths to be created on Three Peaks route Craven Herald 13th May 2012 http://www.cravenherald.co.uk/news/9699400.New_footpaths_to_be_created_on_Three_Peaks_route/ Two new sections of footpath are to be created near Horton-in-Ribblesdale to take walkers away from badly eroded parts of the...
May 16th 12 07:01 PM
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Sign by Mike Mason
Just finished picking off Deweys near Corris in North Wales. Saw a sign on a gate post, which I haven't seen before. It was a green walking man with what looked like a red heart on top of him. Anyone know what it means please. Mike
May 12th 12 11:34 PM
by Mike Mason Go to last post
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West Highland Way - Wild Camping + Food by Jim
Wild camp in the forest near Drymen (NS487895) space for two tents (we squeezed in three) You would find plenty of places at the north Loch Lomond stretch. Ba bridge is a good spot (though absolute midge hell in August) I think Beinglas Farm sells gas. Green Welly in Tyndrum definitely
May 12th 12 11:14 AM
by gotkosherinc07 Go to last post
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Exposed walking or scrambling routes in Brecon Beacons ? by RustyCrampon
I've recently started walking in the Brecon Beacons, because they are a lot closer to my house than Snowdonia or the Scottish Highlands, where I usually go. I'm finding the Beacons are a little lacking in the excitement department. I haven't yet found any exposed walking or...
May 9th 12 04:47 PM
by Phil Cook[_2_] Go to last post
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Weather forecasts by Tim W[_2_]
There has been a five day forecast for many years. They used to say that you would never be able to make good forecasts much beyond a few days because of the maths of random systems, it meant that even five days was sometimes very unpredictable. A bit suprised to find a ten day forecast he...
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May 8th 12 09:35 PM
by Andy Champ[_2_] Go to last post
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Severe weather warning West Highlands,,, by Ian W
Sorry, had to share this with someone, but there a sever weather warning of STRONG SUNLIGHT for the West Highlands. Got to be a first. Must remember to take my shades and sunblock when I head for the Arrochar Alps tomorrow. Regards, Ian W
April 30th 12 09:31 PM
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