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Conor74
2010-09-22 17:05:33
Separate forum for proposed hikes/walks?
Just an idea, maybe it would not generate enough volume to have it as a separate forum.

But wondering if there is any enthusiasm for a page or forum where people can post what hikes they propse to do, or if for example they are travelling to a part of the country they can find out if anyone around there is heading off on a hike that might appeal. Or again if anyone knows of any hikes for charity that people might want to join in, or walking weekends.

Course, most might feel that the last thing they want to do is meet a stranger, but might also help if someone got the company of a local who could give a bit of info. For my part, I head out on the Reeks or the Dunkerrons most weekends and could probably talk for Ireland about either. Or if someone was going to an area on their own, if they knew that someone was heading out on the hills anyway it might enable them tackle a route that they might otherwise deem risky. Or even simple car sharing for those who like to avoid circuits.
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