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When I recently cl.. by wicklore   (Show all posts)
2008-09-30 09:00:50
Support sought for update of Walking Guide
Dear walkers,

I am looking for one or several keen walkers with a profound knowledge of walks in the Irish mountains and along the coastlines, who could support me with the following:

A few years ago, I wrote a walking guide about Ireland, which was published by the German company Rother, the leading publisher of walking guides and mountain books in the German-speaking areas.

The book is now out of print and a new edition planned. For some of the walks described in the book, I would appreciate to get the support of local persons who know the walks concerned and could provide me with an update on information such as current conditions, access etc. The walks for which I would require these updates are located mainly in the North and Northwest of Ireland.

Remuneration for this work is subject to negotiation. For further information, please contact me at:
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