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Cazzer  on 13/10/17 @ 8:02 said:

Hi, I don't live local but come up to visit family once a fortnight. Always fancied doing a bit of walking here as it's a bit of an unknown so if you've got an OS and interested in trying to find some good hikes I'm game.

Bentravla   on 13/10/17 @ 9:16 said:

Try - I just did a quick search and they have over 60 walks listed within 15 km of Durham city.

WW costs ?18 a year for unlimited downloads. Each has a detailed description with pics of key points and a printable OS map.

Same goes for most of the UK and several European areas.

Bentravla   on 13/10/17 @ 9:17 said:

?18 should of course read GBP 18
Don't know why the forum message system doesn't like Pounds!

Jo Walker   on 13/10/17 @ 9:22 said:

Marvellous! I shall take a look. Yes Cazza I'm game. I shall be in touch to plan a suitable route.

Cazzer  on 13/10/17 @ 14:45 said:

Sounds good. Daft as it sounds, I've been doing this run up to the Trimdon's for a few years now and never ventured further than the local park.....shame on me!

Dale   on 13/10/17 @ 14:58 said:

There are loads of lovely walks in your area. Coastal, moors,rural, flat, hilly, riverside( some with fab waterfalls) depends on what you want and some might be a short or longer drive. When I started out solo many years ago, Durham local authority organised walks lead by local volunteers . Might be worth a google alongside other suggestions and wonderful OD opportunities. Welcome to the site

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