Past Walks Archive
This page contains a record of most of the walks we have done in the last 40 or so years. Click or tap on the Map button in any walk to see an Ordnance Survey map of the area, or choose the Satellite button for an aerial view. In each case, a marker (usually red) shows the meeting point for the walk.
The yellow matchstick figure at the bottom right of the Satellite view, when dragged on to the map, will highlight most roads in blue. Release the figure over any highlighted road, to show street level photography at that point.
Each walk in the table has a SatNav entry, which is normally a postcode. You have a couple of options, regarding the way postcodes are shown in the table, and the coloured markers in the views produced by the Map or Satellite buttons. You can make these choices, and learn more about the SatNav setting, in the Settings page.
You don't seem to have a complete set of preferences stored in your device (computer or phone), or they may have been lost, after changes in your device. Default values will be substituted for any missing preferences, but these may not meet your requirements - for example, you may see Driving information for Newton Abbot, even though you live in Torquay, Paignton or elsewhere. If you are a regular user of this website, then when you have five minutes to spare, please go to the Settings page and choose how you would like your walks to be shown. Once you have done this, you will no longer see this paragraph.
When entering text in Quick Find or Advanced Find, you can search for a phrase such as 'bus pass', a complete word such as 'bridge', or just part of a word such as 'mouth' (which will find both Dartmouth and Teignmouth).
When you click or tap on Show All Walks or Hide Walks, or when you search for walks, each walk in the archive must be either shown or hidden. Showing or hiding a handful of walks as the result of a search will happen almost instantly, but showing or hiding many or all of the walks (our archive contains over 7000 of them) will take longer. Be prepared for a delay of several seconds, while your request is dealt with.
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