Guided walks for people who’d rather guide themselves
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Walking guides done differently
Every route with custom maps and videos of the whole route
Fewer routes - better information
At times during the last two years activities which promised a reasonable guarantee of separation from your fellow humans, some exercise, and plenty of opportunity for accumulating photos and memories, all with no need to quarantine afterwards, should have been in great demand. Now that we’re once again permitted to travel for reasons other than work, hopefully the demand will endure, at least for some. There’s no shortage of advice available to help you choose a route if you are visiting one of the UK’s greener and lumpier regions and want to leave the car behind for a few hours. You may be presented with an overwhelming number of options, but only limited information in the form of text or maps, some of doubtful usefulness. Not everyone has the confidence in their ability to find the way, armed just with a map, or a map and a GPS, or Google. Here, for each route, you get a custom map which you can print or view on a small screen. And in case that’s not enough, there are videos, at both normal and high speed, of the entire route. So there should be no surprises, nasty or nice. Some people want to know what to expect around every corner. Some don’t, in which case, it would be wiser not to watch the videos. And in case you were wondering just how many routes there are for each area, it’s not two. That would be silly.
And just in case there’s any doubt that there really is other stuff in preparation, here’s a sample of what should be appearing in the next few months.
North Yorks Moors
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