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Rest of England / DUCK! No they are cygnets
« Last post by uncled8249 on Today at 02:10:15 »
North Norfolk coast.
Photography / Re: My best pic of the day
« Last post by Jac on Yesterday at 23:24:56 »
Love the sunrise :)
Photography / Re: My best pic of the day
« Last post by Forkbeard on Yesterday at 23:11:53 »
Robin Hood's Bay Slipway & Bay Hotel:


Sunrise Over Scarborough:

Yorkshire Dales & Moors / TR - Great Knoutberry Hill
« Last post by - Dave - on Yesterday at 23:10:55 »
My run of good weather walks comes to an end. Still enjoyed it though

Welcome / Re: Hello from Berkshire
« Last post by edraconus on Yesterday at 23:05:54 »
At the moment it is all my own work. Except for one photo on the ridgeway in the last magazine which I got from a photo sharing site as i didn't have time to go take any myself. I am hoping that others may send articles, walks and so on that i can add.
But I am still learning and hopefully each issue is getting better. The articles are from personal experience or from information passed to me. Such as the two people being left behind by a walking group happened to a friend of mine.
General Walking Discussion / Re: What are your plans for 2017?
« Last post by Dovegirl on Yesterday at 22:14:42 »
My main aim is simply to do lots of walking.  I've planned many new walks in Sussex, a lot of them in the High Weald and the Wealden Greensand.  Where to go further afield I haven't decided yet!

Well, I succeeded in doing lots of walking. I did a lot of new walks in Sussex, among them many in the High Weald and a few in the Wealden Greensand. Didn't get further afield though!
General Walking Discussion / Re: What are your plans for 2017?
« Last post by Bhod on Yesterday at 21:45:33 »
Quite a few trips pencilled in for 2017 so far, walks from my youth that I'm revisiting amongst others.  On the to do list - Lyke Wake Walk West to East crossing, The National Three Peaks, Blencathra via Sharp Edge,  Helvelyn via Striding Edge, more of Hadrian's Wall  and am also toying with the idea of the Northumbrian version of the Three peaks.

Well I managed to do at least 3 of the above, Blencathra, LWW West to East and some more of Hadrian's Wall.  Have had some fantastic days out on the fells, slowly bringing my total of Wainrights up to 24.  More Wainwright's planned for next year, definately the National 3 Peaks and a Winter crossing of the LWW.  Out of the walks "planned" for this year was most disappointed that Helvellyn didn't happen, unforeseen circumstances put paid to two planned visits and a couple of Storms put paid to another two, there's always next year....
Today was so sunny and clear. I excelled myself, I went out twice! I did a walk (5 miles) around a Havant country park and in the afternoon did an off road run around Farlington Marshes, our local bird sanctuary. So many bird watchers out today, tripods, cameras and HUGE lenses!
General Walking Discussion / Re: What are your plans for 2017?
« Last post by gunwharfman on Yesterday at 20:46:44 »
Sorry I was fooled by 'what are your plans FOR 2017'. I walked less this year mainly because my son was married in July and it disrupted the plans I had made earlier in the year. However I did managed to walk the GR4 France from Grasse to Manosque in May. The highlight of the trip was the Grand Canyon do Verdun, really stunning. Great food and wine! I hiked the Glendys Way and the Pennine Journey (I enjoyed it more than the Pennine Way in fact) and also did a few short hikes in the Lakes and Kent as well.
General Walking Discussion / Re: Matterhorns of the uk
« Last post by tonyk on Yesterday at 20:00:02 »
 Suilven in Sutherland.


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