Pete's Walks - Notes about the maps

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The majority of walks on this web site has a Google map showing the route.

The maps appear in separate web pages, rather than appear embedded in my pages. I chose to do this as personally I find it easier to switch between tabs in a browser rather than have to scroll to the top of the page to refer to the map and then scroll down again. I apologise if you disagree and find this opening of separate pages/tabs annoying.

The maps are therefore external links, rather than pages within my web site. I am not responsible for any advertising material that may appear on them, and do not personally endorse any such products. Nor am I responsible for any 'cookies', etc., that the map pages may possibly try to create on your computer. Although the map pages may include links providing convenient direct access to other Internet sites, I do not endorse, approve, certify or make warranties or representations as to the accuracy of the information on these sites.

The maps have only been drawn very roughly, in order to give a general outline of the route. THEY ARE NOT ACCURATE (and if you zoom in on them they become even more inaccurate!). They probably should not be used as a guide for a walk. Nor do they necessarily indicate the existence of any public right of way.

You can zoom in and out of the maps, by clicking the '+' or '-' buttons in the bottom right.

You can view a different area, by left-clicking anywhere on the map and dragging it.

You can see the route on a 'Satellite' view, or on one of several different graphical representations. Click the 'scroll down' arrow next to 'Base Map' and select the base map you want.