On the first May bank holiday this year a few friends from work, and some of their partners, decided that as most of us had not climbed Snowdon before that this would be a good time to do it (of course Andy had planned the trip months before and found an awesome cottage for the . . . → Read More: Wales
I have a simple walking GPS (Garmin Etrex H) which is great for walks, hiking etc. I wrote about using it under Ubuntu earlier.
I can input waypoints and use it to direct me where to go and it can be set to tell you where you are in BNG (British National Grid, i.e. Ordnance . . . → Read More: GPS scripts
On new year’s eve we decided to go for a walk to try and shake off some of those calories from Christmas, so we went out to Brockenhurst in the New Forest.
Trip recored in EveryTrail, view full trip
Following Walk #22 from Hampshire and The New Forest Walks (Pathfinder Guides) we had a nice . . . → Read More: Walking in the new forest
Last month my wife got me a Garmin Etrex-H walking GPS for my birthday. On friday my usb data cable from Kawa Mall (bought via ebay) arrived.
Getting data from the gps was trivial with gpsbabel (thought you might find it easier to use the gebabbel gui frontend and getting a track uploaded to a . . . → Read More: Garmin Etrex-H on Ubuntu
We bough a book on Hampshire and New Forest walks about a year ago, and finally actually did one of the walks in the New Forest. We did a really nice walk from Standing Hat, Balmerlawn near Brokenhurst.
The walk was a 8km walk, and the book suggested 2.5 hours but we spent 2 hours . . . → Read More: Standing Hat