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Box: 96527

new Female Walker, 58, 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'm not keen on walking in groups. I walk alone or with various friends - I enjoy some conversation and banter not to mention a cake/scone and coffee or tea. I try to balance the calorie intake with the output - not always successfully! 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: 110927

new Female Walker, 70, based near Wirksworth

Message: Hi Adrian, I am a 70ish, very fit lady who enjoys walking with couples rather than groups. I live in the Matlock area. I was widowed 8 years ago, then my husband and I used to enjoying walking in the Lake District, as we lived in that area. We moved to Matlock area 2001.

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

Preferred Walk Grades*: 5

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Box: 110922

new Female Walker, 55, based near Crawley

Message: Hello my name is Sheena a non-smoker and 55 who lives in Crawley. I see myself as reasonable fit for my age and regular do the Brighton Marathon to keep me active, but my passion is long walks. I sometimes wonder off for several hours round the local area to discover I just walked 14 miles across country. But it would be nice to have a male or female walking companion to share this with. Particularly someone who would like to meet up regularly to explore trails and paths around Sussex and Surrey and occasionally plan an adventure further afield. I work full-time so the weekends are best for me and particularly interested in doing 10-16 miles plus walks, but not a race as I like to look at the scenery, smell the flowers and listen to the wild life, saying that, not a Sunday stroll either, not bothered about the terrain and happy with pubs, picnic and tearoom. I do drive so can travel and meet up.

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

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

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Box: 91243

new Female Walker, 49, based near Blackburn

Message: Hello, I'm looking for companion/ companions, male or female to walk in the Scottish highlands. I live near Preston and am looking for someone(s) to share travel and navigation. I know the Cumbrian fells well but now want to explore the highland fells. Munro bagging or just climbing something smaller for the views. I'm fit, willing to camp, easy going, cheerful and fun. Join me?

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 : Snowdonia : The Cairngorms : Northumberland : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Western Isles

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

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Box: 110916

new Female Walker, 22, based near West Bretton

Message: Hi everyone, my names Laura and I'm 22 years old. I'm looking for a walking partner from Monday - Friday in and around Yorkshire/Derbyshire. I wouldn't say I'm one of the fittest out there but I'm definitely working towards getting better and better. At the moment I'm currently walking 6/7 miles a day in all sorts of terrain alone, so I'm just looking for someone to witness the beauty of the outdoors with me. I love all things vintage, absolutely love history (especially the classical history) and I tend to 'get on with' people of a higher age than me. Men and women my age into walking/hiking is incredibly hard to find. I would like to point out after reading some other adverts that I am looking for something purely platonic as I am not single. There is no filter on my ad on whom I'm looking for, whether it's a gentle troll or a tougher hike I am absolutely happy in both elements. Look forward to hearing from you! Laura.

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

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

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Box: 110909

new Male Walker, 56, based near Nantwich

Message: Hi, I live in Nantwich. My wife and friends are not keen on mountains or high places so I sometimes walk with groups (clubs, walking festivals or charity events). Other times I walk alone. I am looking for new friends for occasional day or weekend walks (male, female or small group). I'm easy going, and always up for a laugh. Ideally I prefer mountain walks in wild places, ridge walks, edge walks, anything with some elevation and views really. A bit of scrambling is always a welcome bonus. Also I like overnight walks to take in the sunrise over the mountains when conditions allow. Happy to do some lower level walks though particularly if the weather is bad. Ok with map and compass, never get lost, though occasionally I get delayed ;-) Some people have said that I walk fairly fast, I'm not sure really so I went up Snowdon on one of the easy paths, good weather and an 8kg pack. Took just under 2 hours from car park to summit (about 4 miles and 3,000 ft. ) I think that is a steady relaxed pace but might be fast for some people, slow for others. (I can walk faster or slower though) Distance is no problem, really depends on the terrain but long or shorter days are fine. Happy staying in Youth hostels, bunkhouses, camping, bivvy bag on a hill, etc. My Favorite place to walk is Snowdonia (still plenty more to explore) but I would like to spend a bit more time on the high fells in the Lake District this summer and possibly do the Yorkshire 3 peaks (never done it but no idea why not). Scotland would also be good but may have to wait due to available time. Open to suggestions for any new challenges, via ferrata, Caving, Sea to Summit, Perhaps Lakeland 3000s or Welsh 3000s (probably over a weekend though as I don't think I am fit enough to do either of these in the 24 hours) I plan to retire in about 2 years so I will have more time for bigger adventures but for now I am limited to weekends though I can usually get away early on Fridays. I love dogs, don't have one at present but Border Collies are my favorite breed. I like them all though so if you have a dog that likes to walk that would be great. If you fancy meeting up for a walk sometime please get in touch, I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks Dave.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Lake District : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : Derbyshire : Shropshire : Conwy : Denbighshire : Flintshire : Gwynedd : Wrexham

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

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Box: 110690

new Male Walker, 37, based near Chester

Message: Hi. My name is Rodger and I've recently moved to Chester from London and I'm looking to meet a fellow walking buddy or group or just to make new friends. I'm currently training for a trek in the Himalayas in October/November so am up for a long hike at the weekends or a shorter local walk midweek. Obviously Snowdonia will be my first choice but am willing to travel, Peaks/Lakes/Dales or maybe a weekend away in Scotland. Feel free to send me a message, Rodger.

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 : Cheshire : Cumbria : Derbyshire : South Yorkshire

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

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Box: 106778

new Male Walker, 51, based near Warrington

Message: Hi I'm Neil, I'm a 51 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. Here are my planned walks up to early August - 11/06 Coniston Round - 18/06 High Cup Gill - 02/07 Fairfield Horseshoe - 09/07 Whinfell Round - 16/07 Edale Round - 23/07 Great Shunner Fell & Lovely Seat - 30/07 Ben Nevis - 02 to 04/08 Ireland Slieve Donard & Carrauntoohil. If you are interested in joining me please drop me a line and we can sort out the logistics. I will doing the Lyke Wake Walk in August (40 miles in 24 hours). I will also be planning to do the Gritstone Trail over a number of weekends in August & September, this is a 35 mile trail between Disley and Kidsgrove.

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: 110897

new Male Walker, 69, based near Lowestoft And Weymouth

Message: Newly retired and desperate to get out and see more of the country, I love travel and get away when I can but a little local knowledge is always welcome to find the best walks. I love dramatic scenery and there's not a lot in Suffolk, I have a little campervan which is a bit basic but I'm an expert camper, as I spend most of my time away out walking it suits me fine and gives me freedom, my family mostly live in Dorset and I am there quite often

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) Dartmoor : Exmoor : The Lake District : The North York Moors : The Peak District : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : The Pembrokeshire Coast : The Broads : Cornwall : Cumbria : Derbyshire : Dorset : Lancashire : Norfolk : Somerset : Suffolk : Blaenau Gwent : Bridgend : Carmarthenshire : Flintshire : The Isle of Anglesey : Pembrokeshire : Swansea : Vale of Glamorgan

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

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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, (don't particularly like large groups) so, I am looking for new friends to go walking with. I'm happy doing day walks and would love to try some of our long distance national trails. One of my dreams would be to walk around the whole of the UK!!! 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 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: 110895

new Female Walker, 53, based near Durham Area

Message: Hi. . i like to go for walks around lakes and river, anywhere close to water really, ive just come back from a 4 day trip to snowdonia and in may i was in keswick around derwent water and ullswater, always with camera in hand. . . . ive only really been doing this for a few years so i guess im still a novice. . ( although many years ago i would be off camping every other weekend) I would love to be able to wander a little further off the beaten track but as i go walking on my own as yet im not brave enough to do this. . . although i enjoy walking on my own it would be nice to share the day, chat and laugh with others. . im looking for female company with similar ideas for days out or weekends. . i 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 : Cumbria : Northumberland : Tyne and Wear

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

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Box: 110247

new Female Walker, 62, based near Southampton

Message: Hi, I'm Sally, single, retired, with time and energy to walk. Keen to meet a single, fit, friendly guy to help map read, who likes to stop and admire the view. Have trekked the Tramuntana mountains in Mallorca, part of the SWCP in Cornwall, Isle of Skye and The North Atlas Mountains, Morocco. Closer to home - The New Forest,The Monach's Way, South Downs, Clarendon Way (25 miles in one hit) Usually 10 miles a day is fine by me! Join local walking groups but much prefer to walk with a friend. Free to walk anywhere here or abroad in an area with some interest or beauty, with a pub at the end. Pretty adventurous, don't do bleak or freezing tho'! Would like to be introduced to some new areas. Interested in completing SWCP in doable chunks. Other interests include, cycling, sailing, coastal walks are great as love being by the sea, music, live gigs, anything arty, local exhibitions or performances on route. If this type of relaxed walking companion appeals, please get in touch.

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The New Forest : The South Downs : Cornwall : Devon : Hampshire : The Isle of Wight

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

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Box: 110493

new Male Walker, 59, based near Coventry

Message: Hi, I have been walking for 15-20yrs, can navigate OK but usually just use a GPS unit so I can enjoy the views. I can use map & compass but can't remember the last time I needed to. I don't rush along and am happy stop for coffee breaks and photos whenever we feel like it, not interested in setting any new records. Am looking for a lady about my age to walk with. Just walks would be nice but a lasting relationship would be nice if we get along. I am just over 6ft tall, 13 stones, slim/athletic build, don't smoke, still have all my hair, am honest and considerate. I retired early a few years ago and get to do the outdoorsy stuff more now, usually walking in the beautiful British countryside, along the coast or up mountains and have seen some beautiful places. So if you feel the same or just feel like some company out walking drop me a line and let's chat or maybe go for a walk sometime. David

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Peak District : Cornwall : Derbyshire : Devon

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

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Box: 109918

new Female Walker, 54, based near Stroud

Message: Hello i am an enthusiastic lover of hiking and camping. Hope to match up with an alpha male who can get me back safe from adventures throughout uk. I achieved 8 Wainrights with Kentmere horseshoe in The Lakes as practice session, leading to a successful mission completed last August in 21 hours The Lyke Wake Walk, across North Yorkshire moors. Love this site for hiking safely and meeting new people. Now ready for another adventure up to 10 miles a day hikes max. at moment. Very happy for Uk or abroad hiking. can travel anywhere on days off. SPRING Hiked Hathersage, Thames path, North Devon. and final challenge Coombe Martin to Lynton in wild weather 12 miles very tough. Lucky not to be blown off cliff. thanks to hiking buddies. Portugal hiking cliffs daily Mar 13th to 25th superb views and some scrambling. Had taster of fishermanstrail on west coast Portugal Rota Vicentina on 20th found it harder going on the sand than on the scree/ rocks at algarve. Back UK. Kicked off summer fun with May 28th weekend The Cheviot in Northumberland, wonderful weather and camping. June 11th Rydal known as Fairfield Horseshoe, Lake District, weather not conducive to views but rather nice to keep cool on upgrade. camping bliss .Next hike Edale round 16th july, and camping of course. come say hello

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 : The New Forest : The South Downs : Cornwall : Devon : Dorset : Hampshire : Oxfordshire: Somerset : Wiltshire : Pembrokeshire : Swansea

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

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Box: 84380

new Male Walker, 59, based near Cheshire

Message: Cheshire based male, 59, quite experienced and passionate about the great outdoors. Looking for an enthusiastic walking friend, male or female to join me on great days out in the Lake District, North Yorkshire and further a field. Can pick up anyone in the North West whilst on route. So if you are interested in sharing a walk this year please contact me.

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

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

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Box: 103699

new Female Walker, 48, based near Wigton

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: 110889

new Male Walker, 58, based near Richmond

Message: Hi everyone , I'm new to this group. I live at the bottom end of swaledale and am hoping to find a walking or cycling budy or two for walks and adventures in the dales or lakes but also open to other places, Im reasonably fit and enjoy cycling around the local area and Quite like to find a nice place to stop for a cup of tea or some pub food; Or just take in the view while eating your squwashed sandwich! I don't walk or ride as much as I should so it would be great to get out more and share experiences with like minded company and have somebody to laugh and chatter with, so if anybody fancies a walk or a pedal, not to heavy duty but enjoyable it would be nice to hear from you

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

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

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Box: 99720

new Male Walker, 50, based near Crewe, Cheshire

Message: Hi, I used to be a keen walker but seemed to have fallen off the beaten track for a while. With a bit more spare time (weekends) it would be good to get back into it again. I'm happy on any type of walk, whether it be the local Peckforton Hills, the Peak district, Wales or the Lakes and I'm ok with a map and compass . If you would like a bit of company while out on a walk, it would be good 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 : The Yorkshire Dales : Cheshire : Derbyshire : Shropshire : Staffordshire : Conwy : Denbighshire : Flintshire : Gwynedd

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

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Box: 91254

new Male Walker, 58, based near County Durham

Message: Hi. . great website! I moved up to County Durham in 2010 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 30 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, Scottish Highlands, 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. Sorry to say, this dodgy old computer won't allow me to load a photo....I'll try to find a way round that. Happy 2016!! 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: 110886

new Female Walker, 70, based near Stockport

Message: Would like to find walk 9-10 miles on Holcombe Moor visiting Peel Tower some time between now and August. So far can only find details for 6/7 miles Amavailable to walk weekends and Mondays and Fridays.

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

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

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Box: 110333

new Male Walker, 55, based near Northallerton

Message: I love walking in the Cumbrian Mountains, the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors but, unfortunately, have nowhere near enough opportunities to get away and do so during term time. You may now have figured out that I am a teacher! I run the Duke of Edinburgh's Gold Award scheme for my school and I am a qualified ML(S). I am happy to walk solo but it's much more fun to walk with a companion. Most of my colleagues run a mile when I suggest a walk or a night's wild camping. So if any one is out there who might like to get together for a day out on fells or Dales; maybe even two, please get in touch. Tom

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

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

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Box: 110869

new Male Walker, 56, based near Barrow In Furness

Message: Hi , I am a 56 year old straight male looking for walking companions in the Lakes , living close to the Lakes I tend to do most of my walking there , but I also walk in Wales , Yorkshire , Scotland and abroad . I am open to walking most places and like to try new areas / routes , any distance from 8 miles up to really long walks ! Prefer to do high but equally happy doing low level stuff , as its about getting out and looking , taking it in . Anyone out there fancy a walk

Preferred Walk Area: (click each link to see other walkers wanting to walk there) The Brecon Beacons : The Cairngorms : The Lake District : The North York Moors : Snowdonia : The Yorkshire Dales : Cumbria : Lancashire : North Yorkshire : Northumberland : South Yorkshire : Argyll and Bute : The Borders : Dumfries and Galloway : Highland and The Isle of Skye : The Western Isles : Blaenau Gwent : Ceredigion : Monmouthshire : Powys

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

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Box: 110867

new Male Walker, 65, based near Kendal

Message: Hello I am John and have recently moved into the south lakes area. I am looking for a walking companion male / female to join me on walks grade 3-4-5-6-7. I am recently retired and enjoy walking, sailing, basically anything which gets me outside into this wonderful area. I enjoy both hill walks and occasionally walking along a river or around a lake. I have a well behaved rescued blue roan cocker spaniel who also enjoys a good walk so another dog would not be a problem. At the end of a walk there is nothing better than a drink and maybe a pub lunch. look forward to hearing from any like minded person. John

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

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

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Box: 85384

new Female Walker, 66, based near Gloucester

Message: Hello. I love walking and would enjoy meeting new people (male or female) to walk with. I have 2 dogs (a cocker spaniel and a terrier cross) who are both very well behaved, but would enjoy the company of human beings too! I can walk quite long distances, but need to do a bit of 'view appreciation' during longer uphill climbs. I live on the outskirts of Gloucester, but am happy to travel.

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 : Cornwall : Devon : Gloucestershire : Herefordshire : Oxfordshire: Somerset : Wiltshire : Worcestershire : Worcestershire : Blaenau Gwent : Monmouthshire : Pembrokeshire

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

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Box: 109941

new Female Walker, 49, based near London

Message: Hello everyone, I live in London. I would like to do the Pennine Way Walk next year. Self guided or guided, the total walk or possibly in stages. Plus having a third party booking accommodation. If interested, please drop me a line. Many Thanks Luisa

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

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