Did the walk from Lulworth Cove to Dorset, it was pretty, I have published itinerary notes with some other useful information at https://sites.google.com/site/wonders2see/home/uk/lulworth for fellow walkers
Used your website for solo walk up Moel Siabod as a benchmark. Found my own route up a nice scramble on the west side to make it more interesting! Excellent advice by knowledgeable walkers. Will add my own if you need them!
Walk 3389 - Bindon Hill and Fossil Forest from Lulworth.
Enjoyed this lovely coastal walk, three walks ago. Would point out that the directions at the atart of the walk are incorrect - "Exit the car park and turn left onto B3070, towards, West Lulworth. Turn left into Bindon Road". In fact, Bindon Road is on the RIGHT and hidden from view, so it is easy to miss, especially if looking for it on the left! Fortunately, we appraoched from West Lulworth, so didn't go out of our way.
On a recent walk up Helvellyn, I found a copy of Wainwrights' 'The Eastern Fells', together with an ordnance survey map, a compass, and a print out of a walk from this website, in a plastic wallet. The book has notes made about the walks, dating back to 1984.
I would love to re-unite this book with the owner, but there is no name.
Does anyone know who this might belong to?
will be completing my ML training soon and have found the site to be a valuable asset
Completed walk 3115 in Ampthill on Sunday, details for the start a little vauge but the rest of the description was great and we really enjoyed the walk, will be walking some more soon!
Came upon this site accidentally - it's a really useful resource for walking in Britain. I've been a keen walker all my life more or less and have recently set myself the challenge of walking 1000 miles by June. I'm trying to explore all the lanes around the Falmouth/Truro area in Cornwall. Please visit my blog if you are interested in this area of Cornwall. onethousandmilewalking.blogspot.com (Hope its ok to share this?)
Love this site, a great find, thanks to Mike Bexley. We did the Lyme Park and Disley lanes walk. It was well described and we didn't go wrong once(which frequently happens!). Looking forward to trying several more, thanks again.
Just seeing the resovoir comlete brings back many memories,i worked on the on the construction of it,doing the electrcal work,there where 13 others,we all stayed in the village of Buckfasteiy in 1955/6 many good times,one day i will return.
I recently did the Badgers Mount 14.5m walk. As someone who frequently gets lost on 3m walks from guidebooks, Richard Donovan\'s walk description was fantastic. I managed the walk with no wrong turnings and needed no maps or GPS.
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