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Yes - definitely: PeteK, Ruby Walls
Yes - maybe: wandering duck, Morningdawn, Cliffhanger
Sorry - can't come: Suzie3, Cazzer, Jo1, Camino Queen, R1chard, Miss T, Highpeakman, Bea ( Pebbles), Pear Drop (Sarah), Carpe Diem!, DebbieJ, Head for the Hills, milvus
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PeteK   on 17/01/18 @ 22:59 said:

Chrissie2014: the walk does indeed take around 5 hours with a couple of stops. The ascents are gradual with absolutely no scrambling and there are firm paths and tracks throughout. Not a problem for a seasoned walker.

hillmale   on 19/01/18 @ 15:41 said:

Haworth Y.H.A.is a beautiful, full of character building, iv stayed many a time.
So I would recommend a stay there, definitely.

DebbieJ   on 21/01/18 @ 8:47 said:

Sorry Peter, family commitments... enjoy x

Ruby Walls   on 21/01/18 @ 9:11 said:

Booked in to Haworth on the 10th. I do believe I owe you a pint or 2 Peter!

PeteK   on 21/01/18 @ 19:24 said:

Debbie: Sorry you can't make it. Hopefully see you soon. Adam: Oh, go on. Twist my arm

Highpeakman   on 23/01/18 @ 11:13 said:

Sorry Pete, my working weekend

Miss T   on 23/01/18 @ 11:32 said:

Another one I'll be sad to miss It falls inside my recovery period, I'm afraid...and I have to be a good girl (for a change) and do as my consultant says!
T.x

PeteK   on 23/01/18 @ 15:57 said:

HPM: sorry you can't make it. T: some times you just have to do as you're told!

Head for the Hills   on 23/01/18 @ 17:55 said:

Sorry Pete. I'm booked on another walk that day. Have a good day ��

Camino Queen   on 28/01/18 @ 22:27 said:

Sorry running 10k in Dukeries near me. Wish me luck as I'll need it

PeteK   on 30/01/18 @ 17:51 said:

Good luck Di. I'm sure you'll do fine.

Pear Drop (Sarah)   on 04/02/18 @ 8:43 said:

Sorry will be busy getting plastered....well my attic ceiling will anyway.....hope you have a good day, this is a lovely route

Mitch   on 07/02/18 @ 14:30 said:

Really sorry to be missing this walk Peter, hopefully it will come around again.

PeteK   on 07/02/18 @ 19:39 said:

As the take-up is so poor and the weather forecast even worse, I'm cancelling this walk. I may put it on again later in the year if there's any demand.

Suzie3   on 08/02/18 @ 11:03 said:

Shame. It's one I fancied but not in those weather conditions. Maybe next time

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