Pmr and dmr hills within 50-75 of sk1

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Pmr and dmr hills within 50-75 of sk1

Post by gmbusman » 16 Jan 2017, 23:49

Pmr and dmr hills within 50-75 of sk1
Done
Werneth low
Holme moss no signals
And can get there in a car for handhelds
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Re: Pmr and dmr hills within 50-75 of sk1

Post by owza » 17 Jan 2017, 07:54

These are only the SOTA peaks, but it's a good start.

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Post by MH14 » 17 Jan 2017, 08:12

Might be worth mentioning that you used http://www.sotamaps.org to create that data/image.... So he can have a play on there himself :thumbup:

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Re: Pmr and dmr hills within 50-75 of sk1

Post by owza » 17 Jan 2017, 08:27

It does say top left, but yes it's a nice site ;)

I notice OPs' closest SOTA peak is Kinder Scout, you could probably do with walking boots / reasonable weather for this.

The Dream Nr St Helens is quite an easy one.

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Post by MH14 » 17 Jan 2017, 08:39

owza wrote:It does say top left, but yes it's a nice site ;)
I know it does. But your screen grab could easily be mistaken for software running on a computer. So he might not have gone digging for it.

And yes, agree it is a nice site.

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Re: Pmr and dmr hills within 50-75 of sk1

Post by gmbusman » 17 Jan 2017, 10:41

I'll have a look them kinder sounds mint forgot that was close
So dose Pendle hill

Your both a set of gents thanks :)
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