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Rob Goes Walking

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What Wainwrights are in these tracks?
« on: 15:34:58, 28/10/19 »
Can someone help me out please? I don't know what Wainwrights I've done in these 8 tracks. Can anyone tell me? Thanks!

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Re: What Wainwrights are in these tracks?
« Reply #1 on: 16:07:56, 28/10/19 »
For the 8 tracks I make it:-

1 - High Pike
2 - Gray Crag, Thornthwaite Crag, The Knott, Rest Dodd
3 - Great Crag
4 - Haystacks
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6 - Sallows, Sour Howes
7 - Steel Fell, Calf Crag, Gibson Knott, Helm Crag
8 - Tarn Crag, Sergeant Man


Rob Goes Walking

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Re: What Wainwrights are in these tracks?
« Reply #2 on: 16:34:51, 28/10/19 »
Thank you!  O0

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Re: What Wainwrights are in these tracks?
« Reply #3 on: 18:07:57, 28/10/19 »
The one called 'High Doat' visits the Wainwright summit of Castle Crag; the one called 'Great Craig and Brund Fell' visits Great Crag and Grange Fell (of which Brund Fell is one of the summits).

If you haven't already, I'd recommend registering on walkhighlands.co.uk where you can tick off your summits as you reach them.

I've got here a .csv file with all the Wainwrights as co-ordinates, I load it into Memory Map and it displays a flag at each summit, can't remember where I downloaded it from but it was free so if useful to anyone let me know.....

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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: What Wainwrights are in these tracks?
« Reply #4 on: 18:16:11, 28/10/19 »
Thanks mate!

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Re: What Wainwrights are in these tracks?
« Reply #5 on: 18:57:34, 28/10/19 »
If you have a gpx trace, you can add it to haroldstreet.org.uk and in return it will automatically keep a hill tally for you. It will count not only Wainwright’s but all the other hill classifications as well.
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Re: What Wainwrights are in these tracks?
« Reply #6 on: 20:36:33, 28/10/19 »
Brilliant ninthace thank you :)