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Walk partners wanted WestHighland Way 2017 0r 2018

Walk partners wanted WestHighland Way 2017 0r 2018


Postby portege » Wed Aug 16, 2017 8:05 pm

Hi,

I'm 37 Male. Have recently returned back to Lincolnshire following a holiday in the Highlands and already miss the area.

I saw so many walking the West Highland Way whilst up on holiday that I have a desire to do the walk myself. But would really like to find a walk partner or partners and thought I would ask on here.

Would be looking to do the walk either this year in September 2017 or next year 2018 spring or summer.

Anyone interested?
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Re: Walk partners wanted WestHighland Way 2017 0r 2018

Postby walkingpoles » Fri Aug 18, 2017 6:21 pm

There will be plenty of folks. If you can't find somebody to join you, simply do it on your own. You won't feel lonely.

Your chances of finding a partner is bigger if you state whether you intend to camp or use bunks (or you don't care).
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Re: Walk partners wanted WestHighland Way 2017 0r 2018

Postby portege » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:23 pm

walkingpoles wrote:There will be plenty of folks. If you can't find somebody to join you, simply do it on your own. You won't feel lonely.

Your chances of finding a partner is bigger if you state whether you intend to camp or use bunks (or you don't care).




Thanks for the reply. I don't really mind, either camp or use hostels. I'm open to either really.
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