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We are hoping to do something similar when we return to UK next year after 25 years.

From: Elaine Slater Location: Canberra Country: Australia Date: Monday 02 October 2017 Message 1,244: I just wanted to say thank you for all the walks on your web page. From: Adam Coates Location: Altrincham Country: England Date: Thursday 31 August 2017 Message 1,240: Hello. It will be invaluable in planning some walks when we visit the North York Moors in October.

So this is a belated thank you for what you started! From: Bob Ballard Location: Country: England Date: Thursday 30 March 2017 Message 1,217: I just want to echo what everyone who has signed this guestbook has said.

Best wishes, Neil From: Neil Mc Dowell Location: Bookham, Surrey Country: England Date: Thursday 13 April 2017 Message 1,218: I am not a long distance walker but I recently spent time in Sedberg and walked Winder and while looking for other possible walks in the area I found your web site. I just wanted to say what a pleasure it was browsing your site. Your website is possibly the best walking site in the UK.

We've done five or six walks since February with my 9 and 11 year old children, so far we've got the kids going 11 miles and we've done the Yorkshire 3 peaks, albeit on three different days! Your comments gave me the confidence to proceed and we loved it.

Two days ago we took friends out from Grassington to Mossdale Scar and back via Kimpergill Hill following the gaps route. He and I have done a number of walks since and he fully embraces the outdoors including wild camping in Scotland etc.

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I just wanted to say I have stumbled across your web page and I think it is brilliant!

From: Pleb Location: Leeds Country: England Date: Sunday 11 June 2017 Message 1,227: I have been using these GPX files to drag my friends in university to the peaks on weekends, and I cannot thank you enough. Thank you so much for writing about it and sharing it with the world.

We have experienced high winds on the top of Mam Tor, jumping across streams after heavy rain, braving the racing clouds and the occasional sunburn and have loved every second of it. From: Lucy Donara Location: Manchester Country: England Date: Friday 09 June 2017 Message 1,226: Today, my wife and I did the "Cat Bells, High Spy, Dale Head, Hindscarth and Robinson" walk you profiled. It was a very valuable resource for those of us not from the Lake District. From: Raef Hodgson Location: London Country: England Date: Monday Message 1,224: Dear Mike, I just read your report on Suilven. Well supplemented with photos to give a great feel for the walk. I feel better equipped at attempting Suilven the next time I am in Assynt.

Nowhere have I come across such a wealth of useful information. From: Mike Hooper Location: Harrow, London Country: England Date: Tuesday 22 August 2017 Message 1,236: Hi Mike, thanks for providing the website.

We have used it greatly and found it the best source of good walks available on the internet.

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