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Long Distance Walking

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12 Feb
10:27am, 12 Feb 2019
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Derby Tup
I’ve never done a long distance footpath and I’ve no idea why! The rhythm of walking everyday calling in pubs or cafes and seeing new places plus nattering to other walkers sounds brilliant

We did a decent chunk of the Dales Way over a long weekend and will have to do the whole thing ASAP
12 Feb
11:04am, 12 Feb 2019
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meadowsboy
I have had knee issues for a few months now, so i think more walking is my next challenge

So far 10 or so miles is what I've done several times ,the Thames path from Oxford to radley was nice & i love canals.
12 Feb
11:07am, 12 Feb 2019
29224 posts
Derby Tup
I do some fishing (ultra light lure fishing if anyone’s interested) and love canals. They fascinate me. Again great for long walks (or plodding runs)
12 Feb
11:12am, 12 Feb 2019
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Generation X
I walked the Pennine Way over three weeks back in 1992. I'm planning to do Offa's Dyke this Easter.

I have some longer walks on my bucket list, but that's another story!
12 Feb
11:20am, 12 Feb 2019
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GregP
Walking guidebooks are wonderful things.

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