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Walks In March 2019

23rd February 2019

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For anyone wondering what they are like: Basically we walk, stop, look, discuss the scenery and history of the things we are looking at, walk on a bit, stop for lunch, eat some homemade biscuits (these are also free), walk on again, repeat. These are not aimed at stomping along the cliffs trying to break records and we walk as fast as the slowest (or most scenery fixated) walker. The timings are approximate, as we want everyone to enjoy them.

All walks are free, but donations to the Friends of the John o'Groats Trail would be welcome, I also carry a small stock of guides for anyone wishing to take to the Trail on their own.

For anyone wondering what they are like: Basically we walk, stop, look, discuss the scenery and history of the things we are looking at, walk on a bit, stop for lunch, eat some homemade biscuits (these are also free), walk on again, repeat. These are not aimed at stomping along the cliffs trying to break records and we walk as fast as the slowest (or most scenery fixated) walker. The timings are approximate, as we want everyone to enjoy them.

 

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