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Message 1,277:

Thank you so much for running a brilliant website. I have just completed another great walking holiday, thanks to your GPX files.

From: James H
Location: London Country: England
Date: Thursday 22 November 2018
Message 1,276:

Well, what can I say? We have done so many of your walks, your website is fist port of call when deciding on new routes. Thanks a million! Paul, John and Windsor ( The Hairy Hikers)

From: Paul Goodman
Location: Pontefract Country: England
Date: Thursday 15 November 2018
Message 1,275:

Hi Mike. Thank you so much for this resource. It was our first visit to the English Lakes and we enjoyed 3 brilliant walks thanks to you: Holme Fell and the Black Crag; Helvellyn via Striding Edge; and Loughrigg Fell via Rydal Water. We had low visibility but still loved the varied walks and beautiful autumn atmosphere. Thanks again, and we looking forward to walking with you again!

From: Katy and Jonny Murray
Location: London Country: England
Date: Wednesday 07 November 2018
Message 1,274:

Hello, Thank you so much for all the nice walks! Nice to have a map and also to look at the pictures which we can expect. Best regards and see you next year in the summer.

From: Nynke de Jong
Location: Eastermar Country: The Netherlands
Date: Thursday 01 November 2018
Message 1,273:

What a great website. Thank you for sharing your experiences.

From: Holly
Location: Salford Country: England
Date: Monday 29 October 2018
Message 1,272:

How do mate, I just wanted to drop you a quick note to thank you for taking the time to make the website. I use it every week to plan my trips up to the Lakes - the map especially is really handy for checking out fell heights and locations etc - I use it all the time. The walk descriptions too are great. I am sure you'll know yourself that having people's accounts of various walks to use when planning walks is a really useful. So yeah, thanks! It's much appreciated.

From: Nick Taylor
Location: Bolton Country: England
Date: Monday 22 October 2018
Message 1,271:

I would just like to say a big thank you for such a fabulous website. I'm hoping to try out one of your routes in the next week... Mam Tor, The Great Ridge, Lose and Win Hill. Thank you so much for the inspiration and great information.

From: Annie
Location: Needham Market, Suffolk Country: England
Date: Wednesday 10 October 2018
Message 1,270:

Hi Mike, my wife and I recently returned from five days in the Lake District and for the first time we decided to do some good walking. Thanks to your site we managed four and we would like to say a big thank you not only for the amazing site but for your personal help via email. Your site enabled us to tailor our walks perfectly to suit our fitness levels and to that end we went nearer to home and completed your Monsal Head walk yesterday with our sons and daughters and grandkids. It was a perfect day out so once again thank you for your insight and hard work. Regards, Keith and family

From: Keith Hamilton
Location: Doncaster Country: England
Date: Sunday 30 September 2018
Message 1,269:

Thank You for your wonderful website. After spending some time in the mountains I decided to try some of your trails. Looking forward to do that!!!

From: Plamen Belichev
Location: Ilford, London Country: England
Date: Saturday 22 September 2018
Message 1,268:

We have done quite a few of your walks so far and downloaded them to a Garmin. They are brilliant, keep up the good work and thank you for sharing them with us.

From: Louise Kelham
Location: Leicester Country: England
Date: Saturday 01 September 2018
Message 1,267:

Hello Mike. My wife Heather and I are staying in the Lake District at Ambleside next week and after many visits decided to do some actual walks. I must congratulate you on a superb and wonderful website. I am sat in my office bedding in my new walking shoes and putting together 3 or 4 of your walks. We are in our 60's but both active and if I can slog around a golf course twice a week then I am sure I can accommodate some of your walks. Thank you for such a helpful site. Kind regards, Keith

From: Keith Hamilton
Location: Doncaster Country: England
Date: Tuesday 28 August 2018
Message 1,266:

Fabulous website. My wife and I have already completed the SWCP, the Somerset Coast Path to Aust, the Saint's Way and are now on the Wales Coast Path.

From: Nick Metcalfe
Location: Ampthill Country: England
Date: Monday 27 August 2018
Message 1,265:

Thanks a lot for those great walks. I have done these two over the last couple of days: Mam Tor 12 miles walk and Kinder Scout 8 miles walk. Great information and useful gpx files.

From: Regis Beugnette
Location: Coningsby Country: England
Date: Sunday 19 August 2018
Message 1,264:

Hi Mike. I have always appreciated your site and the breadth of its knowledge! I think your work is fantastic. I messaged you a while back and you were very helpful and generous with your response. I wondered if you would be so kind as to give feedback on the site I have been working on: Radventures. It has a few walks in the UK, however at present I am mostly looking to fill in overseas hikes. I wish you all the best and many a glorious hike! Scott

From: Scott Norris
Location: Swindon Country: England
Date: Sunday 19 August 2018
Message 1,263:

Hi, I am using your list of footpaths to travel all over England and I am finding it invaluable, so thank you. I am going to Spain soon and wonder if you know of an equivalent list of Spainish paths? The Walking Spaniard perhaps?

From: Dominic M
Location: London Country: England
Date: Friday 17 August 2018
Message 1,262:

Hello. My wife, my dog and I did part of the Colne Valley Circular Walk yesterday (4th August) and need to report to someone that the path that leads from Campinot Wood down to Highfield is very indistinct and overgrown, some of the stiles are broken and it is generally very poor.

From: Ian Cramp
Location: Huddersfield Country: England
Date: Sunday 05 August 2018
Message 1,261:

I am in the stages of planning the Hadrians Wall Path and have enjoyed reading your entries about the walk. I love the pub pictures, and the fact that you do say it as it is, even the parts that did not wow. Hopefully it will not rain as the UK has a heatwave right now; as it did for you. Thanks for some good details to know beforehand.

From: Ava
Location: Midlands Country: England
Date: Monday 23 July 2018
Rivington and Smithills Moor are still out-of-bounds, and there are road closures around them too. Locals like me have had to find alternatives, but at least we can't smell acrid smoke any more, since the big downpour on Thursday. Darwen Moor is OK. Jumbles, Wayoh, and Turton and Entwistle reservoirs are OK (lovely rail bridge, little rail station, dining at the StrawBURY Duck pub). Please would you do some walks in these West Pennine Moors next year when the life comes back into them. Thanks!

From: Anne Jackson
Location: Horwich, Bolton Country: England
Date: Monday 16 July 2018
Message 1,259:

Hi Mike. We just wanted to say thank you so so much for providing such a brilliant free resource. We've done many of your walks and loved all of them. Keep up the good work! Best wishes, Jo and Steve x

From: Joanna Naylor
Location: Country: England
Date: Thursday 05 July 2018
Message 1,258:

Just to say thanks for your interest in promoting walking and help with causes. Your website is a great resource for people like me hoping to get into walking.

From: Philip Jones
Location: Brecon Country: Wales
Date: Thursday 14 June 2018
Message 1,257:

Firstly I love your website, it is my first stop whenever I am planning a new hike! I'm currently planning the Coast to Coast so have been reading your entries with great interest, so thank you! The reason I am contacting you is to suggest a route that seems to be lacking from your site.. I have noticed that you don't seem to have any walks in the South East of the country. Although Kent is relatively flat, there is a wonderful coastal route called the Saxon Shore Way, which stretches from Hastings in East Sussex around the Kentish coastline and up to Medway towns. I thought it was a route that might interests you, so thought I would bring it to your attention. Keep up the good work.

From: Matt Dodds
Location: Hartlepool/New Romney Country: England
Date: Thursday 31 May 2018
Message 1,256:

I am near Wyke in Bradford but often go walking in the area near Emley and the upper Dearne Valley. Both the Emley and Penistone boundary walks are superb. The countryside is more agricultural as opposed to the South Pennine moors which are usually my favourite.

From: Paul Whitehouse
Location: Wyke, Bradford Country: England
Date: Tuesday 15 May 2018
Message 1,255:

What a great website - je vous tire mon chapeau!

From: Walter Zimmermann
Location: London Country: England
Date: Sunday 13 May 2018
Message 1,254:

Hello dear fellow long-distance hiker. I am dropping you this line because, I too, will undertake an epic Great British solo Walk. Though a slightly different route to yours; I will start 23rd May from the ferry terminal in Dover and will finish (hopefully) at Cape Wrath by end of August. Taking in the Pennine Way, I will, again, divert a bit from your route. I want to thank you already for your great website which is very helpful for me, planning and preparing my upcoming epic hike! Cheers from Belgium, Nathalie

From: Nathalie Goethals
Location: Ghent Country: Belgium
Date: Tuesday 01 May 2018
Message 1,253:

Hi, I just want to say you have a brilliant website. I have been on a couple of walks already. I am going to do the Mam Tor from Hope next and really looking forward to it. Thank you.

From: Oliver Pablo
Location: Doncaster Country: England
Date: Sunday 29 April 2018
Message 1,252:

An excellent selection of walks I am working my way through them. Keep up the good work.

From: Brian Humphrey
Location: Bradford Country: England
Date: Saturday 10 March 2018
Message 1,251:

You are a very lucky guy being able to spend your days walking in lovely areas. I wish I was in a position just to do this. My very best wishes, John.

From: John Trueman
Location: Los Angeles Country: USA
Date: Sunday 25 February 2018
Message 1,250:

Hi Mike, I have included a link to your post about Ingleton Waterfalls Trail on my blog, and I wondered if you might be kind enough as to add a link to my blog of the waterfalls walk on your page? Thank you, Izzy

From: Izzy Rudman
Location: Ilkley Country: England
Date: Friday 16 February 2018
Message 1,249:

I love this site and the intent. In respect and in our small way we are encouraging walking by starting a free weekly group in our area.

From: Suresh Vagjiani
Location: Wembley, London Country: England
Date: Monday 12 February 2018

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