~Links to Other Websites~
Fellwalking, unless stated
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Websites from folk I've had the pleasure of walking with:
David Hall's website, a comprehensive look around the Lake District.
Roger and Ann Hiley's view from Loweswater. Extensive reports of many fellwalks and some fine photos of cakes and other tasty, post-walk comestibles.
Andrew Leaney's photographic walking guide to the fells of the English Lake District. Andrew offers another fine selection of walk reports. His first Wainwright was Saint Sunday Crag, how many others can say the same thing?
Gary Richardson is from the North East and carries a big camera. His website is excellent and he has a dog named Tim. If you're lucky, you might win a copy of one of his photos.
Neil Haslewood has a fine website presenting all his walks in the Peak and Lake Districts. By the end of 2009 he had walked for 894 hours and 53 minutes, high time he sat down and had a sip from the flask.
Angela Clarke's view on matters centres on the Peak District. Her website is full of walk reports and photos from that area and Cumbria. Beware, you will find a page dedicated to Trig Point bagging.
Lorraine Barks is a keen walker and photographer. She has a very detailed website with great detail attached to all reports. Those averse to Trig Points must also take care here.
Jill Batchelor has an eponymous website, get your dictionaries out. Jill also has a big camera with even bigger lenses. This site is far more than a fellwalking site, packed full of wonderful photographs.
Liz Lemal is a resident of Slisden and is a proofreader, so I've got to be really craeful with my spelling. Her wesbite is a little different and very interesting.
Mark Richards writer and illustrator, I've got one of his books.
Websites from folk I've not had the pleasure of walking with:
Dave Brown's "Wainwright Wanderings" - many walks in and around the South Lakes, North Lancashire, North Yorkshire. Power Station enthusiasts will find Heysham in there.
Sean McMahon's Striding Edge.net website is highly regarded. Warning, Sean has a knack of making you wish you were somewhere esle and not logged onto this computer.
Mike Brockhurst's The Walking Englishman: dedicated to his passion for walking in the rich and varied landscape of Great Britain. Reading Mike's website often makes my legs ache!
Ann Bowker's Keswick-based and enthusiastic fellwalker's view of the hills.
Vivien & Geoff's Backpacking in Britain site.
David "Fenboy" Mould's Fellrunning / Fellwalking reports.
Helmut Hudler - an Austrian, with a passion for walking and annual Lakeland adventures.
Derek canisfamiliaris - adventures on the fells with Beattie, a Suffolk Blue Bedlington Terrier
John Kelly - The purpose of this Happy Hiker website is to provide simple to follow directions for walking various routes, including GPS downloads and to give basic advice on a variety of walking issues. Added here on 28th Feb 2011, John's website is new and may take a short while to reach top gear.
Mark Wild - Fat Goat Walks - an interesting view of walking in and around Lancashire and neighbouring counties.
Websites from folk I've had the displeasure of walking with:
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Photo sharing websites or blogs and their contributors:
I won't offer links to Webshots as it is not very good.
Let me know if you would like a link through to your website or photo album.