I don't seem to be able to PM you but can you give me a rough idea what you consider an acceptable offer to be. I don't want to go insultingly low but it would have to be a good buy to take the whole lot as I would have to selll some of it on to leave me with the things I could use.
I decided to post here after reading the 'boggy' comments on the Hart Fell and Criffel walk descriptions to see if there were any 'classics' for the area such as Pen y ghent or Malham might be in the SE Dales (nearer me). We don't have any snow here so thanks for the tip about the spikes. I will have GPS so if I have a few routes planned I can download the GPXs beforehand so hopefully no big issue with walking in cloud. Greymares Tail looks good with a slightly longer version here : http://www.walkingenglishman.com/scotland09.htm
Thanks. I may visit the Lakes on the way back south on the way home so I guess it's more worthwhile to stick to the Scottish side. If the Galloway hills are worth the extra travelling I will consider that.
I have an unexpected free weekend this weekend (22-25 March) at a hotel near Gretna. I don't know the area too well and would like any suggestions within 45 minutes drive of Gretna for a couple of day walks if possible. Probably 8-12 miles circular. I can find routes if I have a couple of suggestions of good areas to walk. Coastal or hills but nothing more dangerous than a mild scramble. Thanks in advance if anyone can help.