I am a newcomer to this site so I don't know if its appropriate for me to comment, but I will anyway in reply to the posting from Andrew in October 2010 regarding gps. I don't own any such gadgetry and I don't want to. From my experience of your site, which I admit is still limited as we are fledgling walkers , I don't see a need for such gadgets, as the information provided is so comprehensive. Thanks again
My wife and I are new to walking, albeit both being our fifties. We tried one or two walks from other sources and never manged to follow the directions. However , we have now completed a number of walks from your web site and found them to be superb. Never got lost and been able to follow them to the letter. Thank you and keep up the good work
My husband and I are from Belgium and we're visiting the Yorkshire Dales from 9th till 16th April this year. I've printed some of your walks and are looking forward to going on some beautiful walks.
What a great website, came across it purely by chance. Have got some really useful, and important, information from it. Keep up the good work. Thank you
A fabulous walking resource!! i use it every week to plan my walks.
keep up the good work.
great site, simple to use, straight forward and clear mapping.
keep up the good work and if i ever come across a new walk, i'll submit it to you
Very impressed with the improvements on the site - since I posted my previous comment a year plus ago...
Stumbled upon the site. What an easy, straightforward approach. The family took on an easy walk in Arkengarthdale at the weekend and it was truly wonderful....and exciting.
Thanks - we're out again next week.
Just been reading about your site being run by
one man. I think what you have done here is fantastic. Over the the past 18 months I have done several of your walks and they were all great. I always use it as my first port of call when deciding where to walk.
Whilst route planning is part of the fun after a busy busy week its handy to pick up a route description and get straight out on the hill.
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