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Box: 105379

new Female Walker, 56, based near Stanley

Message: Life is for living! Friendly lady looking for walking partners male or female - especially for Northumberland region where she has two 'home from home' bases to use. Loves the Northumbrian coast, its castles and sandy beaches. However is also interested in Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria. Travels abroad in Europe for walking and would like a companion for that. Has own car and is happy to be flexible with transport. Wide range of walking, travel and other interests. Not a boring companion by any means - interested in many topics of conversation. Also a 'bon viveur'! Best wishes - Sheila

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Yorkshire Dales : County Durham : Cumbria : The East Riding of Yorkshire : Lancashire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : Tyne and Wear : West Yorkshire : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : Conwy : Flintshire : Gwynedd : The Isle of Anglesey

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

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Box: 110001

new Female Walker, 63, based near Denbigh

Message: Hi - I am a very youthful, fit and active lady due to living up in the Clwydians! Looking for male (preferably) or female walking/climbing companions. Love Snowdonia. You will find me adventurous and with a good sense of humour. Up for anything but do not mind doing some low level walking as well. Would be o. k. as part of a small group as well but do not really like being in large groups as found in the ramblers. Anyway, they never stop to take in the view and discuss the meaning of life! Nice pub/café after walk or climb is the icing on the cake. Really looking forward to hearing from you all! First time on this site- should be a photo somewhere.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) Snowdonia

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

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Box: 102098

new Male Walker, 63, based near Nottingham

Message: I live within an hour or so of the Peak District. I know it really well and love it, I regularly walk there and will never tire of exploring it but love Wales, The Lakes and other parts too. I first got the walking bug whilst doing a charity walk in Snowdonia in 1998 (Crib Goch at 4 a.m.) I like walking the hills, valleys and dales as well as the mountain tops and am happy walking anything between three and thirty miles. I walk to chill and enjoy what's there, not to just race to the end and am equally happy on a day walk or a few days away, staying in a friendly hotel, a b&b or on a good campsite. However, whilst I really enjoy my walking it would be even more pleasurable with some nice like minded female company to share the views, some good conversation (serious or silly), laughter and after walk refreshments with. I am not typical of my age group, far from it, am good fun to walk with, am dependable and, being an ex DofE assessor, am a fairly competent map reader. If you would like to join me or just talk about joining me for walk, get in touch. Chris

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The South Downs : Cheshire : Cornwall : County Durham : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Devon : Dorset : The East Riding of Yorkshire : East Sussex : Gloucestershire : Greater Manchester : Herefordshire : The Isle of Wight : Kent : Lancashire : Leicestershire : Merseyside : North Yorkshire : Northamptonshire : Northumberland : Nottinghamshire : Oxfordshire: Rutland : Shropshire : Somerset : South Yorkshire : Staffordshire : Tyne and Wear : Warwickshire : West Midlands : West Sussex : West Yorkshire : Wiltshire : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Carmarthenshire : Conwy : Denbighshire : Flintshire : Gwynedd : The Isle of Anglesey : Pembrokeshire : Powys : Wrexham

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

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Box: 109997

new Female Walker, 41, based near Nottingham

Message: Message: Hi. I'm a 41 year old single female looking for male or female company for walks at weekends. I love going to the Peak District but the friend I used to go with has moved away and others do not have the same interest/passion. I have my own transport, am reasonably fit, have a good sense of humour and sense of adventure but my ability to read a map is questionable! Look forward to hearing from you. Jen.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Cairngorms : The Lake District : The New Forest : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales

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

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Box: 106067

new Female Walker, 40, based near Leicester

Message: I love nothing better than to head out towards the hills with my pup when I get some time off. The usual places tend to be the Lakes or Scotland (especially the Cairngorms) but Scotland is such a loooooong drive away. I love cycling day to day, mostly road riding but also enjoy some gentle blue route mountain biking as well. Perhaps you can help me learn a few skills in this department? I am due to start a new chapter in my life in Sep 2015 by heading back to University, so initially at least, time for the hills is going to be limited but I am planning to head to the Alps (with puppy in tow of course) for 2 months, July and August 2016 so would love to find a companion or two to join me and share that adventure as well as the inevitable costs. Please get in touch if this sounds good.

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 : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Cairngorms : The New Forest : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Leicestershire : Nottinghamshire : Rutland : Staffordshire : Warwickshire : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Orkney Islands : Stirlingshire : Carmarthenshire : Denbighshire : Gwynedd : Monmouthshire : Powys

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

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Box: 105869

new Female Walker, 56, based near Somerton

Message: Hello, I'm looking for like-minded people to go for walks with. I have five dogs - so if you don't own a dog but enjoy walking you can always help me - this will help when I come across stiles with no alternative but to lift them over - four of them are not small dogs! I live in Somerset but am happy to go to other counties - my dogs love their 'limousine'.

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

Preferred Walk Grades*: 1:2:3

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Box: 107347

new Male Walker, 52, based near West Sussex

Message: Hello. I'm keen on the outdoors and enjoy back-packing and fell walking - I love the independence and freedom of it. I usually like to choose organised campsites or hostels interspersed with the odd B&B or wild camping, depending on weather. I'm currently organising a fair number of trips in Wales and the Lake District and I've got longer term plans to do the Chamonix to Zermatt Haute Route and some more cycle touring. Sometimes, because of the usual busy diaries and work commitments, its quite hard to get walking friends together for trips. So, I am looking for some people to do these walks with - as its always more fun with other people. I'm based south of London but regularly travel north for day-walks or for weekends in the mountains. If you might be interested in getting involved and coming along then please drop me a line....

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Cairngorms : The South Downs : Cumbria : East Sussex : Greater London : Surrey : West Sussex

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

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Box: 109984

new Female Walker, 50, based near Dorset

Message: Hello, I am a regular walker; with friends, groups and alone. Love mini or major adventures to places near or far, travelling at a pace where you can appreciate the people, sights, smells and tastes. Hoping to meet new hiking/travel buddies with an interest in long distance point to point walking, happy to wild camp but no Amazonian queen so also love a touch of luxury now and then. And I'm sure you will all agree that if you haven't seen a bathroom in a week 'luxury' is relative! Mostly available at weekends, occasionally mid week. If we get along how about planning a long distance hiking adventure together? Hoping to do the John Muir Trail (USA) in 2016 but happy to consider other ideas.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Dartmoor : Exmoor : The New Forest : The South Downs : Bristol : Cornwall : Devon : Dorset : Gloucestershire : Hampshire : The Isle of Wight : Somerset : Wiltshire

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

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Box: 109873

new Female Walker, 51, based near Alfreton

Message: Hi fellow walkers, living in North East Derbyshire gives me easy access to the Peak District, South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. Wales and the Lakes are 3-4 hours away and need a lot more exploration. I am happy to walk 10-15 miles, scrambling is not my forte (fear of heights...I know) but standing on top of a hill feels so good. Could you help me with my map reading? I don't get lost, I just find new places in unexpected ways and it may take a bit longer to get back home but those walks turn out to be the best. That's the adventurer in me. This adventurer has a tent in the car just in case, sets off for France without a fixed plan or goes out on the motorbike to see what's round the next corner. To keep a balance I read, write, play chess or Scrabble and enjoy a glass of red wine overlooking the open countryside from the patio. Outdoors is a good place and I'd love to hear from you if you want to share it. Safe walking, Karen

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : Derbyshire : Lancashire : Nottinghamshire : South Yorkshire : Conwy : Powys

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

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Box: 109971

new Male Walker, 46, based near Witney

Message: Would like to meet new people for some great walks in the countryside. Am happy to travel anywhere, always nice to visit new areas. My favourite places are Snowdonia and the Scottish Highlands.

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 : Northumberland : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The Broads : The New Forest : The South Downs

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

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Box: 109827

new Female Walker, 22, based near Merseyside

Message: Hi, I am a 22 year old female and am looking to meet some new people of similar age who like a laugh and love walking as much as me! I love the Lakes and the Dales but am also up for seeing some new places.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The North York Moors : The Yorkshire Dales : Cornwall : Cumbria : Dorset : The East Riding of Yorkshire : Lancashire : Merseyside : North Yorkshire : West Yorkshire : Carmarthenshire : Conwy : The Isle of Anglesey

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

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Box: 106778

new Male Walker, 50, based near Warrington

Message: Hi I'm Neil, I'm a 50 year old male, I have completed the 214 Wainwrights and the 116 Outlying Fells 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, The Howgills, The Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire Moors and Snowdonia. I have my own company car and am more than willing to collect others on the way up to the Lakes. I am planning the following walks over the coming months, if your interested in coming along with me, just drop me a message:- Saturday 25th July - Kentmere Horseshoe Distance: 12.1 miles Ascent: 3,442 feet Friday PM 31st July / Saturday 1st August - The Lyke Wake Walk Distance: 40 miles Ascent: 4,449 feet Target Time: 24 hours

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: 109977

new Male Walker, 67, based near Kirkby Stephen

Message: Hi there I live in South Cumbria and have walked the dales and lake district most of my life. I have just lost my walking buddy. So looking for someone new to walk with. I'm a fair weather walker. (Well I walk for the views) I think I can chat about most things but also listen and I do enjoy a good laugh but most of all enjoy some pub grub on returning from the hills. I'm recently retired so most days are OK for me. So if you're looking for company I look forward to hearing from you.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The Yorkshire Dales : County Durham : Cumbria : North Yorkshire

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

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Box: 109972

new Female Walker, 57, based near Eye

Message: Hi, i'm Wendy. I am a keen walker but as the years have gone by my walking buddies have dropped out with knees, tendons and the like, leaving me walking on my own or pottering round the garden. So it's time to regroup, find one or two new genuine walking friends, and get out there again. I enjoy a wide range of walking, in any weather, and am probably most comfortable between 10-15 miles. I'll do everything from regular short day walks (with or without coffee at the end), which would need to be within an hour's drive or so from my home in Suffolk. Up to long distance hikes in the national parks and uplands. I have done the Coast to Coast (brilliant), SW Coast Path and Macmillan way, which I enjoyed so much I kept going north to join up with the Coast path. There don't seem to be any walkers based in the East of England on this site so if you are out there, 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 North York Moors : The Peak District : The South Downs : The Yorkshire Dales : Bedfordshire : Cambridgeshire : Essex : Hertfordshire : Leicestershire : Lincolnshire : Norfolk : Northamptonshire : Nottinghamshire : Suffolk

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

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Box: 109941

new Female Walker, 49, based near London

Message: My name is Luisa. I attempted to do the Lyke wake waking on Sunday 5th July. Unfortunately, although I walked between 35 -40 miles, I could not finish. I got terribly lost. starting at the very beginning, as I could not find the starting point (LWW stone) in Osmotherley. I finished my walk on the Fryup road. Not because, I was tired but because I felt that I was running out of time, felt scared to walk in darkness and knew that had between 15 and 20 miles left. With the benefit of hindsight, had I followed the map and carried on to Rosedale Head then Working dis, Cock Heads, etc. I probably would have made it after midnight. Instead, I decided to follow the Lion inn route. I would like to join someone who is planning to do the walk this July, August, September. I live in London with my husband. I am genuinely only looking for a walking friend. Future walks if anyone interested: 2 peaks in 24 hours, Snowdon and Scafell pike The coast to coast Many Thanks

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District

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

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Box: 109409

new Female Walker, 53, based near Edinburgh

Message: Walking partner, male or female, wanted for short and longer walks primarily in Scotland but also in the North of England. I am fit and like long walks in all kinds of weather. I don't have a car so getting to the hills isn't always easy. Would be nice to have more outdoorsy friends to join me in exploring this lovely country.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Cairngorms : The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : Northumberland : Cumbria : Northumberland : Angus : Argyll and Bute : The Borders : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Orkney Islands : The Shetland Islands : The Western Isles

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

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Box: 109947

new Female Walker, 50, based near York

Message: Hi I am looking for new walking friends male or female. I have many years experience having trekked abroad and bagged many British hills. And lots of british national trails as well .But equally I am happy to walk 5 miles along the river so please don't let that put you off. I like to bring my dog along when possible but it's not essential. I drive and am able to travel a reasonable distance for a nice walk. I sometimes work unsociable hours but can be free most Sundays some Saturdays and odd weekdays . I'm not averse to a local evening walk either. I have basic climbing and scrambling skills - i can belay as well . But I can't read a map to save my life! - sorry ! But am willing to learn if you are very patient. Hope to hear from you soon . Ps if you haven't put a pic up of yourself I won't reply a girls gotta be careful you know! No smokers please . .

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 Cairngorms : The East Riding of Yorkshire : North Yorkshire : Northamptonshire : Northumberland : South Yorkshire : West Yorkshire : The Borders

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

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Box: 96527

new Female Walker, 56, based near North Staffs

Message: Is there anybody out there?! I'm in my 50's, but in my mind I seem to think I'm still in my 20's. Looking for a special person to enhance my happy life and hopefully I'll bring some sunshine into theirs. I walk alone or with various friends - I enjoy some conversation and banter not to mention a cake/scone and coffee or tea. I think the calorie intake is balanced by the output! I'm not in training for the SAS so ideally I enjoy a 5 to 8 mile walk but can do more, especially on a long summer day. More of an ambler than a scrambler nowadays. I don't want to rush along - its all about the journey not so much the destination. Quite partial to a spontaneous walk after work on a nice evening - perhaps along the canal to a pub for a nice pub meal. I'm flexible enough to walk a day in the week sometimes or more often at weekends. I also like weekends away, holidays, classic car shows, eating out, mooching around interesting towns and villages and many other things. The areas I've put down are the ones I more regularly walk in but I love coastal walks and will give most places a try - can't say theres really anywhere I've been that I didn't like! I'm 5ft 7in and slimmish. Independent, with a dry sense of humour. Call a spade a spade type of person. If you are tallish (over 5ft 10in), not too overweight, and a non smoker perhaps you'd like to come for a stroll with me.

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

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

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Box: 109847

new Female Walker, 49, based near Chester

Message: Looking for walking companions - male or female. I'm a 49yr old female. I work during the week but like to get out into the countryside at the weekends - either Saturday or Sunday. Recently got back into walking. I have spent 3 days recently (not back to back!) exploring the northern Carneddau - Drum, Foel-fras and Garnedd Uchaf. Keen to bag a few more Welsh 3000's over the summer. I don't really have a head for heights so Crib Goch, Bristly Ridge, Tryfan etc would not be on my list. Grade 1 scrambling with minimal exposure would be my limit. I prefer to get up into the mountains when the tops are clear as my map reading/compass skills aren't great!! And I do it for the views - as well as the fresh air and exercise. On days where the weather isn't so great happy to romp around the clwydians or Sandstone trail. Not really into camping - prefer a hot shower and comfy bed at the end of the day. Very happy to finish the day with a good pub meal. ALSO! - I adore coastal paths. Was lucky enough to have 2 weeks in Pembrokeshire (St Davids) last September and spent many happy days striding along the path - with the little minibus to take me home at the end of the day. Would like to do more of the Anglesey coastal path - have done some of it on holy island. Not particularly keen on dogs or walking with dogs - have a tendency to trip over them! So - am looking for companions male or female who have similar interests. Would be good if you have compass/map reading skills as mine aren't great. And some experience of walking in Snowdonia that you'd be happy to share! Thanks.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) Snowdonia : The Pembrokeshire Coast : Cheshire : Cornwall : Conwy : Gwynedd : The Isle of Anglesey : Pembrokeshire

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

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Box: 104124

new Female Walker, 68, based near Darlington

Message: Hi, my name is June. I would like to meet male or female walkers. I live in Darlington, don't drive, but very willing to share car expenses. With better weather on the horizon, it would be great to get out in it doing some decent walks!! I really enjoy walking.....nothing better than being out in the fresh air, walking along and having a good old natter....or maybe not!! I can do silent!!! If preferred. Then to end it with a coffee and cake or a glass of wine and something to eat at a pub, lovely. I'm free weekends, and weekdays shouldn't be a problem, as no work commitments. Look forward to hearing from you. June

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The North York Moors : The Yorkshire Dales : County Durham : North Yorkshire : Northumberland

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

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Box: 96660

new Male Walker, 60, based near Nottingham

Message: Still work but its very flexible so can manage to get out anytime. Walk with my dog but it would be good to have some good conversation and laughter. Happy to travel for a good walk and company. Look forward to hearing from you.

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 : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The South Downs : Bedfordshire : Buckinghamshire : Cambridgeshire : Cheshire : Derbyshire : The East Riding of Yorkshire : East Sussex : Greater Manchester : Leicestershire : Lincolnshire : North Yorkshire : Northamptonshire : Northumberland : Nottinghamshire : South Yorkshire : Staffordshire : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Pembrokeshire

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

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Box: 108861

new Male Walker, 66, based near Bridlington

Message: Having done most of my walks alone I recently joined a walking group and really enjoy the company (although at first I'm a little bit reserved in nature). I'm also looking for a female walking companion for some walks rather than with a group. I'm slim, 5' 6" and fit enough to climb in the Lakes - such as Langdale Pikes etc - but I'm not the fastest on ascents. If you'd like to join me sometime please reply to my box number above. thanks.

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 : Cumbria : Derbyshire : The East Riding of Yorkshire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland

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

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Box: 104379

new Female Walker, 36, based near Castle Douglas

Message: When I first moved to the UK from Canada, one of the things that I looked forward to most was walking in places where I didn't have to worry about bears or overly-aggressive deer! Seven years on, I've managed to climb Snowdon, bag a couple of Munros (including Ben Nevis), and been on several mid-length walks from places as varied as Unst in Shetland to the North Downs Way, but that's about it. I would describe myself as a woman who is young at heart with a good sense of humour. I enjoy comedy, theatre, films, reading and history. I'm in decent shape, have two adorable rescued rotties (they're exceptionally friendly with people - but unfortunately have not been well socialised with other dogs), and am happy to travel to meet up for walks - or pitch in for petrol - as needed. I'm good at reading maps, but my compass using skills definitely need some work. As I work full-time, walking is limited to weekends and (Scottish) school holidays. If you're interested in meeting up for a walk, please get in touch. [Nb: I'm interested in walking pretty much anywhere, but figure it's good to start close to home when you're just meeting up for the first few times!]

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 : Cumbria : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : Argyll and Bute : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Orkney Islands : The Shetland Islands : South Ayrshire : The Western Isles

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

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Box: 103699

new Female Walker, 47, based near Chorley

Message: Hi, i am looking for male or female walking companions to do local walks or walk in the lakes and yorkshire dales when time allows , i am a single mum and i work part time as a nurse , I am available to walk locally in the evenings and further on some weekends .

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

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

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Box: 101683

new Male Walker, 45, based near Guiseley (Leeds)

Message: Although I don't mind short single day walks, I prefer when possible to do a full weekend or longer multi day when ever get the chance. I've never used B&B, preferring instead to use either Youth hostels or bunk barns, as I find them super friendly places & certainly much better value for money. Over the years I've always walked alone as I find this allows me to use my good map reading skills to plan my own routes. As well as using the hostels I usually carry full camping equipment when away too as this allows me to walk at my own pace & finish when & where ever I please on a night. Although I'll always meet others while walking it still tends to get a little boring sometimes & I often wish I'd someone else to chat to. I tried group walking with a club once, & although it was very friendly I don't think it's quite what I'm looking for. I'd like to meet a Male walker of around the same age & ability, who's also into my style of walking & who's also got quite a reasonable amount of spare time on their hands. Due to carrying a 75-10 rucksack & all this eqpt on multi day walks I'm not looking for the kind of routes where you scramble up a steep mountain side like a squirrel on steroids! only to give myself cardiac arrest on reaching the summit - can't see any fun in that!!! As said quite happy to camp at anytime & anywhere, but usually try & finish near a pub on a night - never spend any longer in a tent than you've got to as there's nothing more boring!! All the best & hope to hear from you; Steven.

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 : Cheshire : County Durham : Cumbria : Derbyshire : The East Riding of Yorkshire : Gloucestershire : Greater Manchester : Herefordshire : Lancashire : Lincolnshire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : South Yorkshire : West Midlands : West Yorkshire

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