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walking places walking journals and diaries home walking journals coast to coast pennine way west highland way wainwright’s coast to coast downloads links donations guide books the pennine way herriot way the tributaries walk walking places our newest blog – a double c2c journal walking places is your place on the web to store and publish your walking journals, diaries and guides. whether you keep a record of the walks you do with the dog or write a daily diary of your long distance walks, we want you to tell the world about it, through the medium of walking places. rambling pete’s microsite we can provide you with a complete hosting service, or simply sends us your journal and we will publish it on these pages for you. you don’t need to have any web design skills, we will do all the hard work for you and best of all its completely free! there is no catch, no small print, no fees or expectation of reward, it’s a service we offer to walkers who wish to share their walks with their friends. we have dozens of established journals covering hundreds of walks, including wainwright’s coast to coast, the pennine way, dales way, west highland way and many others. the rambling badgers’ microsite request a journal on walking places if you’d be interested in sharing your walking journal through walking places, then please leave a message in the comments section below. share this:emailfacebooktwittergoogle 13 responses comments13 pingbacks0 chris h says: 17 august, 2015 at 18:43 hi, i’ve just stumbled across your site while trying to check my ordnance survey c2c ‘strip maps’- yes, the ones you describe as ‘legendary’! i’m attempting the walk next month and am wondering if they are still useful or if diversions, new permissive pathways etc, render them obsolete? i was thinking of checking them against os ‘getamap’: a bit of a chore but better than paying for the contemporary set, i think, and i’d really like to use them having intended to do this walk since i bought them… …they are ‘outdoor leisure’ 33 and 34, crown copyright 1995. be good to hear your advice. regards, chris reply jan says: 2 june, 2015 at 07:37 thank you will give it a try! reply jan says: 1 june, 2015 at 17:21 hello, does anyone know of company that will deliver car from st bees to rhb as mentioned on website? tried coast to coast holidays, which goes to sherpa company but they don’t do it. any ideas gratefully received! reply stuart says: 2 june, 2015 at 07:10 jan – i think your best bet may be to use the brigantes car parking service. they will park your car securely and drive you to st. bees and then pick you up again from rhb, returning you to your car. you can see details here: http://www.brigantesenglishwalks.com/c2c/options/ reply mrs stain says: 8 may, 2015 at 18:05 i need some help! found your site from a link on rambling petes website. school teacher. have a great y7 activity in mind about cwm idwal and the glacial features. but need a 3d 1:25000 map of cwm idwal preferably with llyn ogwen and the nant ffrancon valley. (i have the images but 11 yr olds would find the 3d map easier to visualise. can anyone help? reply stuart says: 9 may, 2015 at 08:13 i have just uploaded a 3d map of this area to this location: http://www.walkingplaces.co.uk/files/nant_ffrancon.jpg this will probably open in a new window, so you then need to right click the image and save it locally to your machine. it’s quite big (about 8mb) but you can zoom in and out and it covers a much larger area than you specified. hope that works for you, if not, just shout and i’ll see what i can do. stuart reply shane lutkin says: 6 november, 2014 at 17:48 thanks stuart reply shane lutkin says: 6 november, 2014 at 11:22 hi i’ve walked wainwrights coast to coast twice. last time (2013) i did it solo and got lost at least once everyday. i was carrying all of my gear, so i could not carry all the required o/s maps so i took photocopied (i needed the larger scale – eyesight issues) details of the maps of henry stedman’s coast to coast, edition 5 (trailblazer) made into two self-made booklets. i’m planning to walk the coast to coast solo again next year and i am considering investing in a gps device (garmin etrex10 or similar) ideally this would let me read yhe route off it and let me know when im off the trail. i wondered if you (or anyone) know(s) of a compatible coast to coast route map for this type of device and if so where i might obtain it? thanks shane lutkin reply stuart says: 6 november, 2014 at 12:45 a gps device which displays maps may work for you – or if you have a smartphone (iphone or similar) then something like viewranger may be useful. that provides os maps and overlays your position (like the better gps devices). just ensure the maps are stored locally on the device. the nice thing about viewranger is the ability to zoom right in to see where you are, which will be useful if you have difficulty reading a small display. hope that helps reply shane lutkin says: 6 november, 2014 at 12:57 thanks stuart, yes, iphones and other mobiles are great if you’ve got a signal, which is why i wondered if you had any information regarding gps devices, but more importantly i am keen to find out about a specific gps download for the coast to coast route and if there is such a thing where i might obtain it? thanks shane lutkin reply stuart says: 6 november, 2014 at 14:16 shane, sorry i forgot to add the link to the gpx file for the c2c route – you can find it here, on this site: http://www.walkingplaces.co.uk/c2c/gps-waypoints/ don’t be confused about the use of iphone/android devices on the hills. you don’t need a signal to use them for navigation if you have the maps loaded locally on the device, which is achieved using products like viewranger or memory map. you will need to ensure it’s adequately protected though and carry spare batteries – or a portable charger in the case of the iphone. you may be interested in an article i did for my own blog site, which discusses these points in length: http://lonewalker.net/using-a-smartphone-on-the-hills/ reply ernie r aka journeyman says: 21 august, 2014 at 13:16 just seen your site uograde stuart and it looks fantastic. the wainwrights coast to coast section is the most complete and informative i have seen and i commnd it to others who may be interested in planning and executing bthe walk. well done mate. reply stuart says: 21 august, 2014 at 20:00 thanks for the kind words ernie – much appreciated 🙂 reply leave a comment cancel reply follow: donations please consider making a small donation towards the upkeep of the site, using this paypal button. journals sorted by path namec2c chamonix cotswold way cumbria way dales way dingle way guernsey hadrians wall herriot way lake district lejog lyke wake walk north downs way north of england way offas dyke peak district pennine way ridgeway rob roy way skye trail south downs way southern upland way south west coast path st cuthberts way tour de mont blanc tributaries walk west highland way yorkshire dales contact us the best way to get in touch is through the comments facility on the home page. search the site subscribe to walking places enter your email address to subscribe and receive notifications of new journals by email. email address all content copyright © 2006-2014 stuart greig (www.walkingplaces.co.uk) all rights reserved powered by wordpress. theme by press customizr. send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.


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