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Yorkshire Dales & Moors / Re: Nuttalls Chapter 12 with children
« Last post by Donpeblo on Today at 11:43:01 »
Thanks very much, the forecast looks good so we will be out on the hills having a good time!

Donpeblo
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Peak District / What map do I need. Complete beginner
« Last post by AshtonC90 on Today at 11:00:45 »
Hi guys, I am wanting to walk the 'Cromford Mill and Village Walking Route'. I am planning on doing the 8mile long walk and just want some help on what would be a good map to get, it's gone a little over my head and I am planning on doing more of the peak district so don't know if anybody can point me to a map that I could use for more routes too?


I assume I will be needing a map anyway one to plan my route as I guess they won't be sign posted and also for he likely chance I will take a wrong turn or two!


Any help would be brilliant thank you!
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Wales / Re: Cnicht - Walk in memory of a friend
« Last post by adalard on Today at 08:09:05 »
What a superb video and what a lovely memorial to your friend. Really enjoyed that.   :)


It's a mountain that's been on my to-do list for a good while. The views look breathtaking.  O0
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Wales / Re: Cnicht - Walk in memory of a friend
« Last post by thevalleywalker on Today at 02:01:31 »
Lovely walk and video of this mountain which has been on my “to do” list since reading about Cnicht in “Trail”  O0


Thanks Jontea, glad you liked it. You will love Cnicht for sure.
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Wales / Re: Cnicht - Walk in memory of a friend
« Last post by thevalleywalker on Today at 01:59:53 »
What a lovely memory walk and tribute to your friend.


Thank you for posting  :)


Thanks for watching & commenting, much appreciated :)
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Wales / Re: Cnicht - Walk in memory of a friend
« Last post by thevalleywalker on Today at 01:59:09 »
Enjoyed the video and brought back memories of two years ago when we did it from Croesor  O0


Thanks Phil,  glad it brought back a good memory for you. :)
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Wales / Re: Cnicht - Walk in memory of a friend
« Last post by thevalleywalker on Today at 01:58:02 »
Blimey how the weather has changed, as Cnicht this week would have been a no go area with such hostile weather, its a very exposed summit.
Ive only climbed it three times, as its not a straight forward peak to access, its one of those Snowdonia mountains you deliberately single out.
Either ascend from Croesor or Tanygrisia.

Its one of my favourite vistas from outside Tremadog, a really beautiful mountain, very shapely and un Snowdonia like, more of a  minature Alpine peak.


Hopefully it won't be the last time I walk it... have got in my head that there is a wild camp on the offering near the lakes at the bottom.
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Wales / Re: Cnicht - Walk in memory of a friend
« Last post by thevalleywalker on Today at 01:56:51 »
I must admit to being a bit envious of people who have these camera and equipment skills. I have never tried to do such a thing, sometimes I wish I had. Although I've taken a few photos via my phone, thats all I've done. Most of my 'movies' and 'photos' are just in my head.

Maybe I need to consult with my daughter in law, who is a graphic designer and an expert of this sort of thing and try to make one proper record of one of my hikes before I'm too old to do it anymore.

I have two short movie records videod by her, the first of me erecting my tent, speeded up, with the Benny Hill end of show music playing in the background. The second as I meanader around my tent to check its all OK, she edited my movements to make me look like I was ballroom dancing on the grass.

I like your video, such a nice thought to do something in memory of someone else.


Thanks for those kind words.  I must admit I have much video and content left on the cutting room floor as they say - not all I see or take gets out into thw world wide web..- thank goodness. Tere are many who do it really well and I wish I had an ounce of their talents. I enjoy what I do be it walking or taking pics - and and that is the main thing I suppose.. enjoyment.
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Wales / Re: Cnicht - Walk in memory of a friend
« Last post by thevalleywalker on Today at 01:53:40 »
Excellent video. Glorious day for a climb too. I'm putting it on the must do list :)


Many thanks Jac, thanks for watching & commenting. I am sure you will enjoy the walk as much as I did.
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