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NEW POLL: Which of these mysterious venues would you most like to walk to?

From the leylines of Glastonbury to the legends of lake monsters in the wilds of Wales, the next issue of Country Walking is dedicated to Britain's great mysteries and the walks that take you to them. Here are a few contenders; which one intrigues you the most?              

  • 22 September 2014 13:27 | admin
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NEW POLL: Which of these mysterious venues would you most like to walk to?

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From the leylines of Glastonbury to the legends of lake monsters in the wilds of Wales, the next issue of Country Walking is dedicated to Britain's great mysteries and the...

Klara

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Looking for walking friends with children

 Hi,we are a family of 4 (including our dog ,very friendly one and also very friendly 10 year old )often out and about walking. We live in Kent so our days out are around here most of the time ,however we often explore further out as well.We are looking to make new friends to share our walks and adventures with. So if you too are looking to make new friends and to make your days out even more fun or if you know about a walking group that is welcoming to youngsters and dogs please let us know.


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  • 21 September 2014 14:14 | Klara
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Treda

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Shoes for river crossings

 Do you think it is worth having leightweight shoes/sandals for crossing rivers?  I am often out for a few days at a time and wear quality leather walking boots but don't want to have wet feet from crossing a river.  My boots cope with everthing else fine, streams a few inches deep are no problem but what if the water is a foot deep.  I was thinking of getting some sandals with reasonable grip and a toe covering as you dont know what is in the river. These sandals would also do for in camp.  Your thoughts??

  • 21 September 2014 07:50 | Treda
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cowboy

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Scrambling

 Wanting to move on to more difficult scrambles but also want to learn more about protection and techniques what course would you recomend and do you know any in Peak District area

  • 20 September 2014 20:23 | cowboy
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kevin68

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hydration

 Hi everyone im just new to the forum and trying to get fit throught walking as I have undergone numerous operations. And im taking up walking. Anyway is it best to hydrate no matter the distance. Im usually out an hour and a half for now as I easily become tired. But I love it when im out walking.

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Swiss mobile app now saves lives across UK

Uepaa, a life-saving Peer-to-Peer smartphone app is now available for download in the UK, ready to keep citizens from the moors of Cornwall to the Isle of Skye safe. The app turns smartphones into life-saving tracking, alerting & rescue devices and revolutionises personal safety by enabling users to raise emergency alarms from areas with no mobile reception. The official launch will...

  • 16 September 2014 15:11 | LFTO
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