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Walkers of the UK, some recomendations on routes if you please

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Feb 2016
12:00pm, 22 Feb 2016
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McG, of course :-) I will send on these additional ideas as well. I knew you guys would come up with great stuff!
Feb 2016
1:10pm, 23 Feb 2016
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Update :-)

"We will probably go to the Peak district, for our first walk of the UK, there's an 'Inn to Inn' route of 6 days which looks lovely. (Tea with Mr. Darcy at Pemberley )
Should we already book the accommodation on the way, or is it too early - what do you think?"

Going to tell them to book the beds, as then they won't have to worry about it nearer the time/on the day.

As an aside, I will use this thread to plan a walking holiday for next year!
Feb 2016
1:20pm, 23 Feb 2016
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Best to book your accommodation as soon as possible. Peak District is very popular. yha.org.uk is a useful site. I can recomend Edale & Eyam YHAs.

You can choose to self-cater or they will provide meals and lunch-packs for you.

Two alternative Long Distance Paths to consider would be Offa's Dyke on the England/Wales border or St Cuthbert's Way from Melrose to Lindesfarne.
Feb 2016
1:31pm, 23 Feb 2016
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I will pass the link on, thankyou.
Feb 2016
5:18pm, 23 Feb 2016
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Derby Tup
Edale and Edale YHA are good. Castleton and Hartington or if Eyam is full Bretton. Peak is wonderful and a great choice
Feb 2016
8:28am, 24 Feb 2016
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Good stuff. My parents have gone there numerous times on walking holidays and have always spoken highly of the area.
Feb 2016
8:54am, 24 Feb 2016
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♪♫ Synge ♪♫
Agree with McGoohan on top of page 2. I wouldn't send them to upland or moorland areas, as they want villages and therefore perhaps a little more sense of civilisation. The Cotswold Way would be ideal.
18 Nov
8:29pm, 18 Nov 2020
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How did the trip go? Maybe they have done half a dozen by now.

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