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Team Social Hiking 2014
On 21st June, 22 social hikers took part in the 10in10 challenge raising an estimated £2500 for Multiple Sclerosis Society
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A map of walks I have enjoyed without having to use a car to either get to the start or get home from the finish. Over time, I will add details of the public transport that I used, to help those wishing to follow in my footsteps without the use of a car.
Beacons: 45496 | Maps: 48
Piccadilly Circuit (Geocache Trail) GeocacheTrails
18th Jan 2015
This is a great series but it was hard going at this time of the year so you need good boots and a reasonable level of fitness. There are very helpful directions to each cache but the terrain is undulating and muddy, On the other hand of course you will be rewarded with some great countryside and lovely views.
Beacons: 159 | Distance: 11.5 miles | Height Gain: 1,785 ft
West Nab 29th December 2014 themeanderer
29th Dec 2014
First "Social Hike" and I forgot to turn off the beacon at the end of the walk! I thought it would go off automatically when I finished the track on Viewranger. EDIT: I've realised that by changing the start and finish times I can limit the beacons to the actual walk.
Beacons: 42 | Distance: 7.0 miles | Height Gain: 1,168 ft
Some of my recent walks in the Peak District's Dark Peak. View the blog entires for these walks and many more on my website at http://www.peakroutes.com/blog/category/dark-peak/
Beacons: 8848 | Maps: 40
A Dartmoor Meetup hillplodder
14th - 17th Nov 2014
A weekend meetup with Twitter/Social Hiking chums: @DaylightGambler, @paulgbuck, @dean_read, @wellycath, @richardhubbock, @FlintyRich and @jimwonder. The story of the weekend can be found at http://hillplodder.com/2014/11/19/falling-in-love-with-dartmoor-part-1-the-introduction/
Beacons: 113 | Maps: 2
This map shows my progress around the London Outer Orbital Path (LOOP), in a series of green spaces and country parks around the fringe of London. This includes the detours to stations at the start and end of sections, and any extra detours to visit London Borough tops and other high points. Flickr photos for the whole LOOP at https://www.flickr.com/photos/hillplodder/sets/72157636980077503/
Beacons: 1590 | Maps: 12
Dartmoor: The Burrator Perambulation in aid of Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team Plymouth MoorlandWalker
19th Oct 2014
A 12 mile walk from Quarry Car Park near Burrator Dam taking in 21 tors. Claig Tor, Lowery Tor, Peek Hill, Sharpitor, Leather Tor, Lower Leather Tor, Black Tor, Hart Tor, South Hessary Tor, Cramber Tor, Little Down Tor, Down Tor, Hingston Hill, Combshead Tor, Cuckoo Rock, Click Tor, Rough Tor (Burrator), Narrator, Sheeps Tor, Maiden Tor, Burra Tor.
Beacons: 188 | Distance: 22.4 km | Height Gain: 864 m
Arctic Trail Hike Tramplite
1st Aug 2014 - 20th Sep 2014
1113km hike north of the Arctic Circle in Norway, Sweden and Finland. The route starts with the 800km Nordkalottleden Trail (Arctic Trail). Then I have two options (both shown on the route map). The east (foul weather route) uses the Kungsleden Trail (The Kings Trail) while the west route is a shorter, but much tougher & remote, hike suggested by Mark Waring (http://oneswedishsummer.weebly.com)
Beacons: 1944 | Distance: 1,645.6 km | Height Gain: 23,962 m