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Box: 106351

new Male Walker, 55, based near Amersham

Message: I'm based in S Bucks but love the mountains and hills: Peaks, Dartmoor, Beacons, Shropshire hills, mid-Wales, N and S Downs. I can get to them all in no more than three hours, have a great day's walking, and home again - as long as I'm out of the car for more than I'm in it, that's OK. The Lakes, Snowdonia, and Scotland are the real draws though, especially in winter conditions. I've been up to the far NW and the W and Central Highlands for the last few years and love them. I last updated this from Spean Bridge where I'd been battling the Highland weather. I like mountains and hills. I walk among them and try to ski (downhill and touring) them, and recently mountain bike through them to save my legs when getting to the more remote ones. I try to imagine the peaks and valleys under a kilometre of ice shaping the Lakes or Highlands into the dramatic wild places they can be today. I also like working right in middle of London where it couldn't be more different. And living at the end of a Tube line with a usually muddy field-and-woods walk to my local station. If you'd like to meet for a walk - or just to meet - in these or any other (not too flat) regions, I'd love to hear from you.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The South Downs : Bedfordshire : Berkshire : Buckinghamshire : Cheshire : Cornwall : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Devon : Dorset : East Sussex : Lancashire : North Yorkshire : Oxfordshire: Shropshire : Somerset : South Yorkshire : Staffordshire : Surrey : West Sussex : West Yorkshire : Aberdeenshire : Angus : Argyll and Bute : Dumfries and Galloway : Highland and The Isle of Skye : Moray : North Ayrshire : The Orkney Islands : Perth and Kinross : The Shetland Islands : Stirlingshire : The Western Isles : Blaenau Gwent : Caerphilly : Carmarthenshire : Conwy : Denbighshire : Gwynedd : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire : Powys : Rhondda Cynon Taff : Vale of Glamorgan : Wrexham

Preferred Walk Grades*: 4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 103674

new Female Walker, 45, based near Staffordshire

Message: Hi -.. I discovered the great outdoors only 5 years ago and since then, never stopped walking. There is nothing better than getting out in the fresh air - away from the towns and climbing up to the highest point and taking in the scenery. I also enjoy short leisurely walks along the canal, treking, mountaineering. It would be great to meet up with fellow walkers ( I also enjoy mountain biking but not extreme) I dont mind walking in all weathers. My boyfriend and I are realising that most of our friends do not appreciate our beautiful countryside therefore we are finding that we have less in common. It would be nice to meet up with other couples who enjoy the same things. Hope to hear from you.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The Peak District : Snowdonia : Cheshire : Derbyshire : Staffordshire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 2:3:4:5:6:7:8

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Box: 109058

new Female Walker, 54, based near Deal

Message: Hallo I'm Lorna and I love walking and being outdoors. I also love cycling and swimming. I live in Kent but travel to Wales frequently. I'd love to make some new friends and have company walking and exploring new places. Equally, I'm happy to show you some of my favourite walks in the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Pembrokeshire or East Kent. I have an active border collie (male) who is also a keen walker so he would have to come too! I have spent a lot of time walking by myself and am fit to do up to about 14 miles in a day. I would really love to meet some likeminded people. I am in Wales during all the school holidays, the next time being 24 October for a week. I am a teacher and accompany groups on Duke of Edinburgh trips. Unfortunately I'm not much good at map reading and rely on my memory! I love Wales and the beautiful scenery. I'm happy to organise a group walk or to meet up with one or two people, male or female. Do get in touch Lorna

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The South Downs : Herefordshire : Kent : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire : Powys : Rhondda Cynon Taff

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 87314

new Female Walker, 46, based near Sleaford

Message: Hiya I am 46 year old female looking for like minded walking companions.I have no ties so most weekends are free, and some weekdays if arranged in advance. Would like to be able to bring my dog too. Want to get back into longer distance walking taking in areas of beautiful scenery and peaceful locations, pub/tea shop en-route always a good idea. Have my own transport so distance within reason not a problem. Have done a fair bit of walking/rambling over the years of varying degrees .

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : The New Forest : Cambridgeshire : Cornwall : County Durham : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Leicestershire : Lincolnshire : Norfolk : North Yorkshire : Northamptonshire : Northumberland : Nottinghamshire : Rutland : South Yorkshire : West Midlands : Worcestershire : Worcestershire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6

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Box: 104814

new Male Walker, 52, based near Gretna Green

Message: Hello all, I am just looking to make some new walking/ hobby companions/ friends who might like coastal/ hill and country walking- cycling and weekend breaks away-using yurts- pods- camping- B&B- hostels etc. I mostly walk or do activities Solo (this is not always by choice- billy no mates !). I just lack reliable new local & nationwide friends to get out in the Outdoor & Natural World... I live very rural, it is difficult to get out and meet people easily in my locality, I can be limited a bit by time as I am a home carer/ cook/ DIYer/ G.D.B.!! But I am flexible for daytime, evening and weekend meet up, be that occasional or more regular. I do not mind contact as Penpal/ email to start the ball rolling.... I really fancy starting off with some lowland walking, then progress to higher ground as I gain fitness and experience.. I want to broaden my horizons. I am lookingmainly at breaks in UK and eventually some alpine summer walking in Ireland, Isles, France, Spain, Austria, Italy or Switzerland. I was a keen cyclist and skier decades ago !! I also like to paint, sketch and photograph my walking experiences, where the weather allows... I walk mainly coastal, moorland, historical and river based walks, I would like to walk any of the longer walking Ways of the UK using the LDWA - Handbook as my starting point and paper/ GPS mapping, I would welcome any suggestions! I like coastal/ beach walks, visiting nice rural inns and cafe's. . . I am an all weather walker, I am just lacking some company on my treks. . . . Hope to meet some new friends, just think it could be you !!

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : The Broads : The South Downs : Cheshire : Cornwall : County Durham : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Dorset : East Sussex : Gloucestershire : Herefordshire : Kent : Lancashire : Merseyside : Norfolk : Northumberland : Oxfordshire: Shropshire : Tyne and Wear : Warwickshire : West Midlands : West Yorkshire : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : East Ayrshire : East Lothian : Falkirk : Fife : Highland and The Isle of Skye : Midlothian : North Ayrshire : The Orkney Islands : Renfrewshire : The Shetland Islands : South Ayrshire : The Western Isles : West Lothian : Carmarthenshire : Ceredigion : Denbighshire : Flintshire : Gwynedd : The Isle of Anglesey : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire : Powys : Swansea : Wrexham

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7

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Box: 105741

new Male Walker, 55, based near Blackburn

Message: I am straight and single with a real passion for the Great Outdoors spending my weekends either enjoying its natural wonders or helping to preserve its natural habitats. As an experienced walker I am quite capable of finding my way around without too many mistakes, but do sometimes miss the companionship of a like minded partner when exploring some of our wonderfully scenic landscapes with their mix of valleys, woods, fells and moorlands.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : Cumbria : Greater Manchester : Lancashire : North Yorkshire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 2:3:4:5:6:7:8

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Box: 109085

new Female Walker, 53, based near Holmfirth

Message: Hi. Walking is one thing in life that I love. To walk in a landscape which makes my heart sing, such as the Lakes, Highlands or Peaks, is one of the gems in life - and often feels a great privilege. I like taking photos, and absorbing the sense of a place. Our islands (and beyond) have so much to explore, and, my offspring having fledged, I would love to find a man with humour and warmth to share experiences and good times with. I'm easy going, enjoy challenges, and come with a jubilant dog who enlivens any walk (not always with decorum!). Having skied for many years I love high places - but am not a climber. I work 3 or 4 days a week but have long weekends, and plan to spend more of my time walking. I often walk with friends at present, and I'd like to try some walking holidays in Europe - mountains, blue skies, warm breeze, Mediterranean scents - and good food/wine! Can't wait! I enjoy my lone walks with my dog, but I could do with some navigation training! So, if you think we'd have fun please do get in touch. By the way, I'm Gill.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Northumberland : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : Cornwall : Cumbria : Derbyshire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : West Yorkshire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7

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Box: 109104

new Female Walker, 58, based near Glasgow

Message: Hi, I'm in Glasgow, literally 30 minutes from Loch Lomond. I used to be a regular walker in my younger days and I'm looking to get back into the great outdoors but would prefer to do it with some company so I am looking for new friends to go walking with. I'm happy doing day walks as well as long distance national trails, and would love to walk around the whole of the UK, anyone up for that ??? I'm easy going, enjoy new challenges, and always up for a laugh, life's too short to be too serious !!! I love nature and wildlife, love taking photos, and enjoy the simple pleasures in life. I can think of nothing nicer than a cold beer along the way of a good walk or a nice meal with a lovely wine at the end of it, preferably in a quaint country pub. If you fancy a nice leisurely walk or your up for a bigger challenge get in touch.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : Northumberland : Aberdeenshire : Argyll and Bute : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : Fife : Highland and The Isle of Skye : Perth and Kinross : The Western Isles

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7

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Box: 91254

new Male Walker, 56, based near County Durham

Message: Hi. . great website! 4 years ago I moved up to County Durham because of work and previous love of the scenery. I've joined a fantastic walking group up here and despite breaking my leg (2012) whilst out with them and needing a helicopter rescue, I'm back walking again and up to speed. I did Pennine Way 25+ years ago and love revisiting bits of it, as well as the Dales Way, WHW, Great Glen Way, Dava Way, Isaac's Tea Trail and have enjoyed great walking times in the Lakes, Yorkshire Dales, the Borders and Northumberland. I'd like to walk C2C sometime too but shorter circular walks are just as appealing. Thanks to other walkers on this site I recently completed my first Cheviot Challenge and another for Teesdale/Weardale Mountain Rescue. I enjoyed the 2014 Hadrians Wall Trekathon and raised over 500 for Macmillan Cancer Support. I don't have a dog to growl at you but would always prefer company to share the time with. I love to talk and walk and enjoy the views all along the way. Am free many weekends (when not being musical) and am looking forward to hearing from you. Happy 2015!! Andy

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : Cornwall : County Durham : Cumbria : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : Tyne and Wear : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : Stirlingshire : West Lothian

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8

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Box: 106778

new Male Walker, 49, based near Warrington

Message: Hi I'm Neil, I'm a 49 year old male, I have completed the Wainwrights for the 2nd time recently and love nothing more than been out in the Lake District in all weathers. I enjoy been in the hills, no matter where, England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. I spend virtually every Saturday out walking and would welcome some company, male or female, individually or in a small group. I am an experienced map reader and tend to start at first light to be out before the crowds. I mix my routes between the Wainwrights, The Outlying Fells and The Howgills. I have my own company car and am more than willing to collect others on the way up to the Lakes. In October I will be walking in the Dolomites and will be having a wander up Monte Sella, hopefully the weather will be great. On my return I will be wandering off the beaten tracks in the Lake District and getting some map reading / compass work in ready for the winter months.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : Northumberland

Preferred Walk Grades*: 3:4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 109095

new Male Walker, 38, based near Cleethorpes

Message: Hi, my name is Paul and I am looking for someone to go walking with. I have just started walking again and have been walking mostly on my own up to around 15 miles. I have been solely walking in Lincolnshire at the moment building myself up to doing bigger and harder walks. I love walking so I am happy doing a short few miles or being challenged to do something bigger. I am finding it difficult to find someone that actually likes walking!. It would be nice to meet someone to do some of this walking with and push each other on to more challenging walks. I look forward to hearing from you, Paul.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The East Riding of Yorkshire : Lincolnshire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4

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Box: 109096

new Male Walker, 63, based near Ellesmere Port

Message: Male, Colin, 63, 6', married. . (wife doesn't do hill/mountain walking, ) Have to state firstly that I've got M. S. . . . (so I'm not the quickest unfortunately, and require fairly regular breathers). . . . but will tackle virtually anything offered from flat disused rail tracks to Snowdon. . . . (2:45 time up the last visit via Pyg track, so not too shabby I think?)) It's my way of sticking two fingers up at this wretched illness, but at least I'm fortunate enough to be able to enjoy my hobby still, and have done so for the past 18 years since being diagnosed. Nothing visibly wrong. . . . apart from having 3 eyes, 12 fingers and webbed feet. ;) Don't think anyone would be too ashamed to be seen walking alongside me though. . . or probably in front, talking to me thinking I'm right behind them. :) Live near Chester and can be found lolloping up Moel Fammau nr. Ruthin on the Clwydian range on my own at least once a week, regardless of the weather, even full moonlit nights too sometimes. Love the place enormously and have been up hundreds of times over the last decade. I know every rock personally now. Self employed so reasonably flexible for walks locally during the week, (work permitting) and most weekends virtually anywhere within reasonable driving distance. Navigational skills fairly good. Motorsport rallying enthusiast, (marshalling now, ex competitor) in N. Wales and Lake District, and classic car show visitor/displayee on several Sundays during the summer months with some fellow old metal lover nutters. Bit of mountain biking sometimes too, but I suspect it was a horrendous m. b. accident that brought on the MS, so take it a bit easier now. My proudest achievements: Did the Offas Dyke path in 1987. Rode a 49 cc moped from JoG to LE in just over 3 days in 1996 Got back into skiing last March in Glenshee with my daughter for the first time in 25 years. Regular gym goer to TRY to maintain a reasonable level of fitness. HOPING to start the Chester half marathon next May, and complete it by the following one. Fed Up of walking everywhere on my own though, muttering to myself and ranting about litter dropped everywhere, hence me now being in here. I get quite envious. . . (and a bit sad sometimes). . . seeing others enjoying the fantastic countryside together with a walking partner, as I feel I still have quite a bit to offer in terms of company, things and life to talk about, observations, and a good laugh, providing I can actually breathe in enough to actually speak whilst exerting myself. Looking for someone to help guide me over Crib Goch and up Tryfan too. Look forward to hearing from anyone that can cope with my admitted slowness. . ish and nuttiness. Female or male. Dog owners welcome too btw, as i love 'em generally. . . . the mutts that is. There must be a fellow Moel Famau regular walker in here btw? Probably passed you a hundred times too!! SPEAK TO ME!! Not a big drinker, but pub visit on the way home is always a great way to round off a day or afternoon in the hills. Cheers, Colin (picture to follow. I honestly haven't got one on the computer of myself so will have to attempt a selfie. . . agghh!)

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Cheshire : Merseyside : Shropshire : Conwy : Denbighshire : Flintshire : Gwynedd

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6

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Box: 109086

new Female Walker, 54, based near Pontypool

Message: Active 54 year old looking for equally active male walking buddy for walking at weekends in the main as work prevents weekday walking. Looking for friendship and companionship, and if more develops would be great! Happy to tackle most walking terrain, and not just a fair weather walker. Would prefer a non smoking companion, and happy to partake in a beverage at a Pub either en route or at the end of a walk. Very keen to do much more walking than I do currently, but need a buddy on board. Currently exercise at home daily but would much prefer to be in the outdoors and fresh air.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The New Forest : The South Downs : Bristol : Devon : Dorset : Gloucestershire : Herefordshire : Oxfordshire: Shropshire : Staffordshire : Wiltshire : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Blaenau Gwent : Bridgend : Caerphilly : Cardiff : Carmarthenshire : Merthyr Tydfil : Monmouthshire : Neath Port Talbot : Newport : Pembrokeshire : Powys : Rhondda Cynon Taff : Swansea : Torfaen : Vale of Glamorgan

Preferred Walk Grades*: 3:4:5:6

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Box: 106462

new Female Walker, 65, based near Near Monmouth

Message: I'm Lynne. I have walked in Snowdonia, The Lake District, Scotland, part of Offa's Dyke and lots of the Forest of Dean. I did the Mortimer Trail over 3 days and loved it so much that I started on the South West Coastal Path (still plenty more of this to do). I like all types of walking (but not shear drop either side of you stuff) and like to stop and view the scenery. I am happiest covering 10 miles a day, enjoy coastal, woodland, hill walks and peaceful places with meal/glass of wine to round it off . I would love to go walking abroad and my ultimate goal is Machu Picchu (I can dream about it anyway - for now). I'm a single non-smoker, quite fit, have a gentle personality and good sense of humour (it's needed when the limbs start complaining). I am looking for a companion male or female who fancy's joining me either in the week or weekends.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The New Forest : Bristol : Gloucestershire : Herefordshire : Somerset : Wiltshire : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Dumfries and Galloway : The Orkney Islands : The Shetland Islands : The Western Isles : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire : Powys : Swansea

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7

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Box: 107147

new Male Walker, 50, based near Bournemouth

Message: Based in Bournemouth down in sunny Dorset, I'm easy going and looking for hiking buddy/ies to have adventures with. I'm interested in all types whether it be the New Forest or the Alps, if you're looking for a walking partner then get in touch.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Cairngorms : The New Forest

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 108973

new Male Walker, 66, based near Newport, Isle Of Wight

Message: Married man, 60's, ex-RN Serviceman, who maintains fitness through regular walking, seeks walking partners who would enjoy casual days out on an exchange basis, between his home area of the Isle of Wight, and their home area too! Preference for responses from married couples, or married solos, in the age range of 40 - 70 years, but all responses or replies from anyone wishing to make contact will be cordially acknowledged, thank you! A leisure walker who enjoys photography, nature and scenic contemplation, as well as pleasant and interesting conversation whilst out and about, I would be happy to exchange and share some acquaintance e. mail correspondence prior to meeting, as well as providing a photograph too, if desired! Will be delighted to introduce new friends to the scenic pleasures and interests of the varied Island countryside and coastal vistas, as well as also enjoying and learning more about their home areas too! Able to arrange weekday meetings, but Saturdays only at weekends, owing to Sunday commitments. Thank you very much for patiently reading this introductory and genuine request, and I will patiently anticipate and welcome any kind replies. With my appreciation, from Maurice. :-)

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The South Downs : Bedfordshire : Buckinghamshire : Dorset : Hampshire : Hertfordshire : The Isle of Wight : Norfolk : Surrey : West Sussex

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3

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Box: 106980

new Female Walker, 51, based near Carlisle

Message: Hi, Looking for someone or people to walk with (male or female), preferably one, two people, or a small group. I enjoy a challenge and have just got back into walking regularly. I've done about 100 Wainwrights, the West Highland Way, various chunks of the Cumbria Way, South Coast path and the Pennine Way in the past and recently walked for a week in the Brecon Beacons. Would love to do another long distance path though and some walking abroad. If close friendships develop then that would be great, but my main objective is to get out and walk the hills. I adore the west coast of Scotland and try to get a regular fix however brief. I enjoy thoughtful and interesting conversation as well as a good chuckle at the ridiculous, and always appreciate a chance to stop and look at the wonderful things in this world, rather than charging right through it. I work Monday to Thursday so happy to walk any day over the weekend. I enjoy the arts, music, reading and creative writing, but am rarely happier than when I'm on top of a hill. Good Wishes Happy Walking D

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Northumberland : The North York Moors : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Lancashire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8

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Box: 109077

new Male Walker, 56, based near Nr Bourton On The Water Glos

Message: Hi all. . . Looking for some walking company male/female in the Glos/Oxford area. Have always enjoyed the out doors and have taken up walking quite seriously over this past year for health reasons ( diabetic type 2 ). Have done Pemb coast path, not all at once I hasten to add, Peny Fan and bits of the South West coast path, Malvern Hills plus many of the local walks where I live. Would love to do Snowden in the near future but not that experienced with map and compass as yet but practising and improving every time Im out.Using a Garmin GPS when compass work goes T*Ts up ( not got lost yet, thankfully ). I work shifts, working most week ends, the week ends Im off I spend time with my partner, she has no real interest in walking at all. Most of my free time is in the week, 4 complete days off together so plenty of time for walking. Woud be prepared to travel, car share, expenses etc. I'm 5ft 5ins ( just ) and have a Noir sense of humour, so if you like good food, posh Italian, or just a plain bacon sarnie, good conversation ( I like to put the world right ) art,(Salvador Dali and Georgia O'keeffe particular favs) music ( classical,sacred music, dance & trance ) then Id like your walking company.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : Snowdonia : The Pembrokeshire Coast : Bristol : Devon : Dorset : Gloucestershire : Oxfordshire: Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Pembrokeshire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 109054

new Female Walker, 62, based near Harrogate

Message: I have always been a keen walker and lover of the great outdoors. I would like to find like minded company to share these interests and to chat to along the way. Walks are always better with good company! I enjoy walking locally and in the North York Moors and The Dales. Having a dog, I walk every day. I go to The Lakes when I can to do higher level walks and like to visit Scotland to collect a few Munroe's. I'm up for any sort of walk with good company but I'm not into long distance stuff. A warm tea shop or pub afterwards is always a bonus. I nearly always take my dog, although he objects to driving rain. He prefers long beaches and I sometimes let him have his way. I'm an animal lover and also get involved in dog activities such as agility. I have enjoy an easy scramble but have no head for heights.I've done a lot of navigation, but I'm now a bit rusty. Need to learn to use a G. P. S!

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : Cumbria : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : Dumfries and Galloway : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Western Isles

Preferred Walk Grades*: 3:4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 108988

new Female Walker, 70, based near Exeter

Message: Hello again to my prospective walking friends. Recently been off-site unexpectedly for a few weeks and now ready to catch up. Happy healthy three score and ten - enjoying mostly Dartmoor walks year round. Is there anyone out there who would like to join me on occasions? Maybe you are doing part of the beautiful Jurassic coast where I live? Have been YHAing globally and would welcome contact from anyone interested in hosteling particulary on the South West Coast Path. Have fun.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) Dartmoor : Cornwall : Devon : Dorset : Somerset

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4

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Box: 109069

new Female Walker, 51, based near Bristol

Message: Hi. I live and work in Bristol. I really enjoy country walks and usually try to get out regularly between work commitments. (I'm self employed so often different times each week) My favourite places to walk are Dartmoor and the Devon/Cornwall coast path. I've almost finished walking the Two Moors Way which I hope to complete over the next few months and then would like to start on the coast path as a long term project. Mostly I walk near Bristol in the Cotswolds/Somerset and very occasionally in the Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley. I'm 51, not good enough with computers to be able to add a photo, but energetic and keen to try some new walks and make some new friends. Not too bad with map reading and prefer to go wrong occasionally than to use GPS - it's more fun with paper and compass! I love picnics, flasks of tea and pub lunches!

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : Bristol : Devon : Gloucestershire : Somerset

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 109065

new Male Walker, 50, based near Launceston

Message: Hello, my name is Adrian. I have spent to long walking on my own, and would love to find someone likeminded to accompany me and my dog snip. I have tried for many years to get my partner and daughter to come along. Not going to happen. I'm self-employed so I'm good for short notice and any time walks. I've spent most of my time walking Dartmoor, but I also used to live in Blackpool, so north Wales and the lake district was my home ground. My love is long distance walking. Camping is still good for me, but I must admit, the older you get the more BandB s look inviting.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : The New Forest : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The South Downs : The Yorkshire Dales : Bristol : Cornwall : Devon : Dorset : Somerset

Preferred Walk Grades*: 5:7:8

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Box: 109045

new Female Walker, 65, based near Brixham

Message: Although I enjoy walking with groups, I would so love to find a male companion to walk and talk with. I particularly enjoy coastal walks. I live in Brixham, but would be happy to drive further afield to meet up with the right person. My interests, other than walking include rock, pop and blues music, the cinema, particularly low-budget and foreign films, current affairs, France and Spain and having a giggle. Would you like to go on a walking holiday in 2015? My wish list includes the Scilly Isles, Slovenia, Mallorca and Crete but I'm open to other ideas.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) Dartmoor : Exmoor : Bristol : Cornwall : Devon : Somerset : Wiltshire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4

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Box: 109036

new Male Walker, 47, based near Bewdley

Message: Hi all, looking for fellow walkers to meet up with on a weekend or can be during the week given some notice. walking is great especially when sharing a walk with someone and especially if one of you can read a map/ take a compass reading! males or females and of decent fitness as i like a reasonable walk and walkers who share a passion for a pint of real ale/ glass of wine afterwards. look forward to hearing hopefully from someone out there david

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Cairngorms : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : The North York Moors : The Peak District : The Pembrokeshire Coast : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : Cornwall : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Devon : The Isles of Scilly : North Yorkshire : Shropshire : Warwickshire : West Midlands : Wiltshire : Worcestershire : Angus : Argyll and Bute : Dumfries and Galloway : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Shetland Islands : Stirlingshire : Ceredigion : Gwynedd : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire : Powys

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9

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Box: 108948

new Male Walker, 61, based near Bristol

Message: Hello, My name is Richard I have walked many hills and valleys over the years mainly in the Lake District and South West, also long weekend backpacking using B&Bs, campsites or wild camping. I am reasonably fit and able to read maps and navigate but not into peak bagging or route marches, just as happy with short or long day walks to just chill and enjoy the countryside, history and wild life. However it's always nice to share the surroundings with a like minded person. Always interested in new areas, look forward to hearing from you.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The New Forest : Bristol : Cornwall : Devon : Gloucestershire : Shropshire : Somerset : Wiltshire : Pembrokeshire

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3:4:5:6:7

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