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Box: 111407

new Male Walker, 44, based near Newcastle Upon Tyne

Message: Hi all! Let me introduce myself as a hillwalker returning to the sport after a lengthy absence. I am looking to do some Munros in winter condition around the 29th of January. Until I gave up on hillwalking about ten years ago I had amassed around seventy five Munros, all done outside the winter season, so as you can guess I am a winter novice apart from doing a winter skills course more years ago than I care to remember! I am hoping someone on here will be in the Loch Tay or Drumochter Pass area at the time mentioned and would not mind me tagging along for some winter experience. I have the kit, map reading skills, cramprons, ice axe etc. . . I am physically fit from years of endurance road cycling and would not be a liability in any party. I would like to do something fairly non technical to begin with, maybe the Glen Lyon Munros or the Drumochter four to the west of the A9. Look forward to hearing from you!

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) Highland and The Isle of Skye : Perth and Kinross

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

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Box: 111365

new Female Walker, 51, based near Nottingham

Message: Hi I live in Nottinghamshire and I am a keen walker. I am looking for people to walk with male or female. I am very interested in nature and wildlife and photography. Would like to meet companions with a good sense of humour and easy going. Whilst I have only ticked the easily accessible regions for walking adjacent to where I live. I also like walking further afield in the UK and would like to explore Northumberland, Wales and Scotland. Looking forward to hearing from you. Anne

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : Northumberland : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : The Pembrokeshire Coast : Derbyshire : Leicestershire : Lincolnshire : Northumberland : Nottinghamshire : Shropshire : South Yorkshire : Warwickshire : West Midlands : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Pembrokeshire

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

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Box: 111399

new Female Walker, 58, based near Huntingdon

Message: Hi, Lesley here. Ideally looking for a walking buddy to share the love of the great outdoors and just generally keeping active. Have been a walker for many years, mainly cross country with a Nordic walking crowd (plus 2 walking weekend ends away a year in various parts of the country. ) My walking activities were somewhat curtailed in 2015/16 due to poor health and I'm itching to get back out there again and build up stamina. Whilst I have partner who often walks with me he doesn't like the distance that I do i. e. anything between 8 - 15 miles. . . whilst walking with my dog is great he doesn't offer the same interaction as a follow human. I have often looked at doing one of the long distance paths, I have the time just not the willing companion. Whilst I can read a map I tend to plot routes via a walking app and use that as my guide ( battery permitting). Extra navigation skills very welcome :) Love a walk with the promise of good food at the end, oh and a glass of wine. There are soooooo many more paths that I'd like to discover, care to share your knowledge or perhaps plot one together? Heres to many more adventures. Cheers

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : Northumberland : The Peak District : The South Downs : Bedfordshire : Berkshire : Cambridgeshire : Cumbria : Derbyshire : East Sussex : Norfolk : Northumberland : Rutland : Suffolk : Surrey : West Sussex

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

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Box: 106067

new Female Walker, 42, based near Leicester

Message: Who doesn't love getting out in to the hills?! The usual places for me tend to be the Peaks, Lakes, Snowdonia 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. I sometimes feel adventurous and try the red but am a bit technically inept :/ I started a new chapter in my life in Sep 2015 by heading back to Uni. Its been great fun and i am particularly excited about the chance I'll get to spend my summer weeks exploring the hills again. No preference to male or female companionship although i work weekends so am looking for regular company Mon - Fri (or occassionally a week or two away further afield when my timetable allows) and also people who don't mind dogs as mine goes everywhere with me. I also prefer walking with 1 or 2 people at a time. Tried the group walking and its just not for me. Hope to hear from all you fellow adventurers soon!

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 : Gloucestershire : Leicestershire : Nottinghamshire : Rutland : Staffordshire : Warwickshire : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : East Lothian : Falkirk : Fife : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Orkney Islands : South Lanarkshire : Stirlingshire : The Western Isles : Carmarthenshire : Denbighshire : Gwynedd : Monmouthshire : Powys

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

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Box: 109760

new Female Walker, 47, based near Bracknell

Message: Hi, I'm based in Berkshire but willing to travel. I'm am interested in all sorts of walking, whether it be routes from guides or just picking up a map and heading off. Love the idea of the long distance paths, and have been working my way along the North Downs Way with a friend for a few years now - who knows we might finish this year. I started the Thames Path by accident in 2015 and have since completed approximately one third of it (Culham to Kingston) - obviously started in the middle and have been working my way backwards and forwards! I'd love to do other long distance paths such as South Downs Way, London loop, Coast to Coast and am seriously considering starting the South West Coast path this year. Happy to do them in bite sized chunks or in bigger sections. Generally most of my walking has been done solo and I'm happy with my own company, but equally like walking with others. I'd love to join up with like minded either single walkers or groups. Have been known to climb the odd mountain - Snowdon and Carauntoohil the most notable - and the Lake District is somewhere I'm keen to walk in. Look forward to hearing from any like-minded walkers.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The New Forest : The South Downs : Berkshire : Buckinghamshire : Cornwall : Devon : Dorset : East Sussex : Greater London : Hampshire : Hertfordshire : Kent : North Yorkshire : Oxfordshire: Somerset : Surrey : West Sussex : Wiltshire : Gwynedd : The Isle of Anglesey

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

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Box: 109104

new Female Walker, 58, based near Glasgow

Message: Hi, I live in Glasgow, with my border collie Rannoch, not far 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've done the West Highland Way three times, The Great Glen Way once and would love to try some of our other long distance national trails, but, I'm also happy to do day walks. 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. If you fancy some company on a walk 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 : The Orkney Islands : Perth and Kinross : The Shetland Islands : Stirlingshire : The Western Isles

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

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Box: 101038

new Female Walker, 53, based near Stourport-on-severn

Message: I've just come home from work, walking all day in the Worcestershire countryside in the sun with a pack of dogs, including my own. Having served my time climbing hills and mountains with groups of children in the Outdoor Education sector, I now spend my working hours walking with dogs and feel it would be good and healthy to spend my leisure time walking with adult company. About me - my name is Alison (50 next year and planning various walking trips to celebrate) and if you walk with me you walk with my Collie, Gwenon. For me its about being out there in the countryside, listening to the birds, hugging the trees, reconnecting with the natural world, catching the views as much as bagging peaks - although this is always an added bonus. I am as happy in the lowlands, in the woods, by the sea as I am navigating my way across highlands and moorland. I am a sound navigator and enjoy exploring as well as working out the maths! I enjoy exploring off the beaten track and have also been known to while away my time playing in the stream. If any of this sounds appealing and you are willing to join me being out there in the wild or not so wild, 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 : Northumberland : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The Cairngorms : Cornwall : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Devon : Dorset : Gloucestershire : Herefordshire : Lancashire : Northumberland : Rutland : Shropshire : South Yorkshire : Staffordshire : West Midlands : West Yorkshire : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Argyll and Bute : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Orkney Islands : The Western Isles : Blaenau Gwent : Carmarthenshire : Conwy : Denbighshire : Flintshire : Gwynedd : Merthyr Tydfil : Monmouthshire : Neath Port Talbot : Pembrokeshire : Powys : Rhondda Cynon Taff

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

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Box: 86865

new Male Walker, 60, based near Blackpool

Message: hi i'm david, and am hoping to meet a walking companion to enjoy coastal and country walks and have a laugh and a chat on way, i am available most days as retired now, about 8 miles is my limit and am ready for rest and refreshment then. thanks for reading and look forward to hearing from you.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The Peak District : The Yorkshire Dales : Cheshire : Cumbria : Greater Manchester : Lancashire : Merseyside : South Yorkshire : West Yorkshire : Conwy : Denbighshire : Flintshire

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

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Box: 103753

new Female Walker, 60, based near Thirsk

Message: Hello fellow walkers - I am looking for a female walking companion for leisurely walks in the countryside, around about about 6 miles or so in length, both in my home county of Yorkshire and further afield. I am not looking for a challenge but simply to enjoy the beauty of the countryside and the fresh air, with stops to admire the views and appreciate nature. Also enjoy coastal walks, rivers and canals. Tea and cake at a quaint teashop or even a pub meal would round off the day nicely. Definitely not a sporty individual, although I do enjoy swimming, I have varied interests including reading, the arts particularly theatre and cinema, crafts especially knitting, history and architecture, railways and vintage cars, travel both in the UK and abroad, animals especially cats. I have numerous walking books for my own area and have reasonable map reading skills. As I am now retired, I can walk on some weekdays, as well as on the weekend.

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 : County Durham : Cumbria : The East Riding of Yorkshire : Lancashire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : South Yorkshire : West Yorkshire

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

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Box: 108935

new Female Walker, 58, based near Skipton

Message: Hi, I'm Caroline, and i'm looking for a small walking group to join. I can manage up to 10 miles, but not great on hills, ? due to asthma. A group fairly local to the Yorkshire dales area would be ideal, as i drive, but not on motorways, or into cities! I work, Tuesday-Friday, so have quite a lot of free Mondays, and also alternate Saturdays, as my partner is a Bradford City fan! I don't know how to search for groups specifically on this site, so if you belong to one and read this, please get in touch.

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

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

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Box: 111382

new Female Walker, 63, based near Askrigg

Message: I love walking usually from about 3 miles up to around 12, preferably with a tea/coffee shop somewhere along the way. I walk moderately fast but enjoy the scenery and wildlife as well. I mostly walk mid week and have transport if necessary to start/finish. It would be lovely to have company on at least some of my walks and would be happy to venture further afield with one or more companions. I have always wanted to walk Hadrians Wall for example. I am 63 but fairly fit and managed the three peaks last year although not on the same day I have to admit. I am virtually retired from farming so any excuse to be out and about would be good.

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

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

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Box: 107351

new Male Walker, 59, based near Leek

Message: Hi I'm Harry I love the great outdoors, long hikes and camping / wild camping. I am an experienced walker and navigator (Previously a Mountain Rescue team member). After 34 years firefighting I am now retired with lots of time on my hands. I am happy walking all year round. My favourite place in the world to hike is the Western Lake District (where I grew up) but living on the edge of the peak district I also enjoy days out there. I am also partial to days out in Snowdonia or the Yorks Dales. I usually walk alone but would welcome some like minded company for future walks. If you are interested in days out, wild camping or need a little help with navigation / hill skills then give me a shout.

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 : Cheshire : County Durham : Cumbria : Derbyshire : The East Riding of Yorkshire : Greater Manchester : Lancashire : Merseyside : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : Shropshire : South Yorkshire : Staffordshire : Tyne and Wear : Warwickshire : West Midlands : West Sussex : West Yorkshire : Pembrokeshire

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

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Box: 106778

new Male Walker, 52, based near Warrington

Message: Hi I'm Neil, I'm a 52 year old male, I have completed the 214 Wainwrights twice 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.

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: 111309

new Male Walker, 59, based near Shrewsbury

Message: Hello, if you knew me you'd know how I dislike labels, anyway I am a widower of two years and currently single. I've done a lot of walking around Shropshire and nearby Snowdonia: and have climbed the Welsh 3000s there over the years. Never get tired of that place, there's a historic farmstead there once my ancestors home. This year I've done a bit of running including the Snowdon marathon, though my approach was more like brisk hill walking on times. I love being out in nature as often as possible. . . I do enjoy the quiet contemplation of hill walking, just inhabiting the space; though as well, I like talking and sharing thoughts and feelings with others, I have male friends so would prefer some female company. New to this site not sure what to write. . . I'm easy going and flexible and willing to travel, the car has always got my boots in the boot... why not get in touch...

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Lake District : The Peak District : Snowdonia : Shropshire : Pembrokeshire : Vale of Glamorgan

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

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Box: 109513

new Male Walker, 56, based near Kent

Message: Hi my name is Richard, I am a keen North Kent/London runner and walker of 56 years. I like nothing more than to explore the great outdoors on foot. Its funny I started walking some years back and when realising I was not as fit as I thought I started to run to improve my hill stamina and caught the bug. I have walked all over the UK either in groups or solo including the West Highland Way, half of the Southwest Coastal Path and half of Offa's Dyke, I'd love to finish these walks one day. The South Downs Way was a great walk achieved in chunks. I have been very interested for a long time and admired the achievements of others who have climbed Mount Everest and finally achieved a lifetime ambition with friends and trekked to Everest Base Camp a few years back, why…'because its there'. I am just back from a trek to Machu Picchu, an incredible life experience. So, where to now, looking for a new challenge.

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 : Kent : Northumberland : South Yorkshire : Aberdeenshire : The Borders : Highland and The Isle of Skye : Carmarthenshire : Gwynedd : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire

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

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Box: 110483

new Male Walker, 34, based near Denbigh

Message: Hi, I love walking mostly in North Wales. The Clwydian range is my local area, I walk in Snowdonia and around the North Wales coast fairly often. Then other areas of the UK and beyond on occasions too. I've fallen in love with Skye and Harris/Lewis so given any excuse will also drive to Scotland, although secretly want a helicopter... Looking to explore Torridon and other areas of northern Scotland more in the future too. I'd love to meet new people who love walking. Dylan

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Lake District : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Pembrokeshire Coast : Cornwall : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Devon : Shropshire : Staffordshire : Argyll and Bute : Highland and The Isle of Skye : Perth and Kinross : The Western Isles : Carmarthenshire : Ceredigion : Conwy : Denbighshire : Flintshire : Gwynedd : The Isle of Anglesey : Pembrokeshire : Wrexham

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

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Box: 108861

new Male Walker, 66, based near Bridlington

Message: Looking for a 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. I'm a bit reserved until I get to know people - but I like a good laugh etc. Interests include singing, acoustic guitar, photography, walking and a smattering of social history (such as the Wordsworths in Cumbria). I'm available most of the time - only limited by budget constraints as I haven't yet won the lottery . . . lol. 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 Yorkshire Dales : Cumbria : The East Riding of Yorkshire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland

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

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Box: 96660

new Male Walker, 64, 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 : Powys

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

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Box: 111364

new Male Walker, 46, based near Sherborne

Message: Hi, I'm Paul and I'm aiming to walk the South West Coast Path in bite size sections over the next few years - already done a few sections in Dorset and Devon. Many years ago I used to be able to do up to 25 miles a day (pre Peru trek training!) but now seem to have been pegged back to 8-10 miles; hoping to improve this. Looking for interesting people to walk with (be it someone who wants to walk the whole path or just someone who is happy to join me as and when); ideally someone who can walk at a moderate pace (I'm 6 foot with a reasonably long stride) and who also enjoys a drink/light meal midway or at the end. Work is flexible so can do weekday and weekend (primarily Sunday) walks; maybe the odd overnight stop. I have a partner who pursues her own sporting interests (horse riding). I don't always have access to transport but am reasonably well located to use trains and buses

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

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

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Box: 104500

new Female Walker, 44, based near Dagenham, Essex

Message: Hi, I am an experienced hiker and able to do 10-20 miles comfortably. I hike weekly with three groups but am looking for like minded people to do more adventurous hikes and enjoy the great outdoors with on weekends away and hols. I have a good knowledge of the OS maps and compass. I am a working mum of two and my husband is not one for hiking, So I am able to do day hike at the weekend and can go away during school holidays . I enjoy walking at good pace ( some say fast) and like learning about people, things and places of interest. I like to describe myself as an around good egg! So if you are like minded, I am happy to try out day hikes to see how we get along. Thanks for reading. (Box no: 104500)

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 : Bedfordshire : Berkshire : Buckinghamshire : Cambridgeshire : Cornwall : Derbyshire : Devon : East Sussex : Essex : Hampshire : Hertfordshire : The Isle of Wight : Kent : Northumberland : Shropshire : Somerset : Surrey : Wiltshire : The Isle of Anglesey : Pembrokeshire

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

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Box: 111363

new Male Walker, 32, based near Birmingham

Message: Hi all fellow walkers! I'm a 32 year old single male looking for male or female walkers and hiking buddies to explore the local region, notably the Peak District, Parts of Wales such as the Brecon Beacons or Snowdonia and the Lakes and Beyond in the Scottish Highlands. I'm reasonably fit and active, as I run or cycle often, and have done a touch of scrambling in Wales. I'm relatively new to it all, so by no means super experienced, but I'd love to share and learn from other walkers and individuals and go and explore what the great outdoors has to offer! I can navigate ( in basic terms!) and I own a trusty walking GPS along with all mapping paraphernalia. If you'd like to meet a fun, young, fit and open minded give-it-a-go walker who will attempt anything at least once (despite my fear of heights!) then I look forward to hearing from you!

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Cairngorms : The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : The Peak District : Snowdonia : Cornwall : Derbyshire : Devon : Dorset : Lancashire : Shropshire : Warwickshire : West Midlands : Worcestershire : Argyll and Bute : East Lothian : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Shetland Islands : The Western Isles : Carmarthenshire : The Isle of Anglesey : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire : Powys

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

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Box: 111362

new Female Walker, 56, based near Crook, Co Durham

Message: Hi everyone, this is the first time I have used this message board or anything like it so I am not exactly sure what to put. I am 56 coming up 57 and am on my own. As for the graded walks I am not sure, but I like to walk the hills in the Lake District and equally like a low level walk through the valleys. I don't like to start a walk when it's pouring down, but have got caught in the rain many a time whilst out. I've ticked a few of the boxes regards where I would like to walk but would be glad to go anywhere where there is countryside, woods etc. I would be glad to here from anyone, male or female with similar interests. If anyone would like anymore information please contact me any time.

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 New Forest : Northumberland : The North York Moors : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : Cornwall : County Durham : Cumbria : Gloucestershire : Herefordshire : Hertfordshire : Kent : Northumberland : Somerset : South Yorkshire : Tyne and Wear : West Midlands : West Yorkshire : Wiltshire : Worcestershire : Argyll and Bute : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : North Ayrshire : The Orkney Islands : The Shetland Islands : Stirlingshire : Blaenau Gwent : Conwy : The Isle of Anglesey : Neath Port Talbot : Rhondda Cynon Taff : Vale of Glamorgan

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Box: 111321

new Male Walker, 54, based near Dartford

Message: Kent based guy 54, not over experienced but love a challenge very passionate about the great outdoors lm very easy going and opened minded Looking for enthusiastic walking partners male or female to join me in great days out, love the country side away from the crowds If you are intrested in sharing a walk with me then please contact

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Broads : Dartmoor : The Lake District : The New Forest : Devon : Dorset : East Sussex : Greater London : Hampshire : Kent : Norfolk : Oxfordshire

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

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Box: 111341

new Male Walker, 49, based near Blackburn

Message: Hi i'm Pete I live in Lancashire and love walking in the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. I'm looking for a female walking companion to join me. I'm not overly keen on walking in big groups, preferring the company of just one or two people at most to share some great views (weather permitting) and a few laughs. I know most areas of the lakes very well (although I did get lost in the fog once, We've all done it I'm sure) and would be glad to guide someone who's not that experienced. I'm always up for new challenges and would like to try the Scottish highlands and Skye in the future but having no knowledge of the areas i'd prefer some company. I'm friendly and easy going so if you share my love of the outdoors please get in touch

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Cairngorms : The Lake District : Loch Lomond and The Trossachs : The Yorkshire Dales : Cumbria : Lancashire : North Yorkshire

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Box: 107289

new Female Walker, 59, based near Lincoln

Message: Hi my name is Anne, I am 59 looking for walking companions for either day/weekend/week walks. I currently work Monday-Friday but I have some holiday left. I am aiming to retire in less than 2 years time and have a desire to tour the UK perhaps in a camper van or narrowboat walking and exploring. I have walked the White Peak Way 90 miles a couple of times which is a lovely walk. Not so keen on camping, prefer B&B, Youth Hostel or similar, what a wimp! I like to go at a steady plod. . . . short or longer walks, local to Lincoln and further afield. I look forward to hearing from you. . .

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Lake District : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : Derbyshire : The East Riding of Yorkshire : Lincolnshire : North Yorkshire : South Yorkshire : West Yorkshire

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