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anyone know of a walking group

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    Anyone know of a walking group I live in Hallett Cove so any of the surrounding areas would be ok

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    On a similar topic,

     

    Does anyone know where I can get a map of similar or the same quality to the Ordinance Survey maps that we had in the UK?

     

    Is there a special name for them?

     

    Thanks for any info.

     

    Rob and Mel

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    This is something we struggled with getting hold of too. Most garages seem to have them if not there is a map shop in the city called The Map shop I believe

     

    HTH

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    Don't know if you are looking for something really serious, or a bit lighter - if you look at the thread below - on the 3rd post down, I have ammended it to reflect what we are now doing, which is a social walk between seacliff and brighton on thursdays

     

    http://www.pomsinadelaide.com/forum/socialising/16990-old-cottage-playgroup-reynella-every-tuesday.html

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    You can get walking/cycling maps from Onkaparinga Council (at your local library and tourist information centres too) Look out for adverts in the free local paper and in libraries or community centres for organised walks. We have a Wednesday morning one in Aberfoyle so there must be others around.

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    Are there walking and cycling maps on the same sort of detail as the OS maps in the UK?

     

    I have seen some a friend has and they are just basic maps.

     

    The map shop....

     

    Will have a look for more details.

     

    Thanks Rob and Mel

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    [h=1]Walking[/h]The City of Onkaparinga Walking Trails booklet has been prepared by the City of Onkaparinga with the assistance of local walking groups. The 48-page booklet describes 25 different walks in the City of Onkaparinga including coastal, nature, heritage and suburban walks.

    A map is provided for each trail listing start and end points, distances of trails, points of interest, facilities, cautions and classifications of walking difficulty. Safety information, local walking groups and further resources, are also included in the booklet.

    The aim of the booklet is to promote and encourage walking in the community, either with your friends, neighbours or with community based walking groups.

    The City of Onkaparinga in conjunction with the Heart Foundation promotes the Just Walk It program to encourage active lifestyles in the region for health and well being benefits. For further information about ‘Just Walk It' please see Onkaparinga walking groups or contact Danielle Tannenbaum, Recreation Services Officer on (08) 8384 0658 or at dantan@onkaparinga.sa.gov.au

    For information about walking trails and walking outside of the City of Onkaparinga, please visit Trails SA.

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