A look for accessible summits, via a search engine, produced a mention of Burton ARC, and a list, possibly held by them.
Unfortunately, www.burtonarc.co.uk is a dead link now, and the address appears to be for sale.
Did a list of accessible sites get compiled on the SOTA site?
Flushed with my chasers success from yesterdays EU-NA “do”, [he say’s, brandishing his one point!], I noticed a dearth of PSK generators out there.
Now, my disabilities are not as bad as others, mine are mainly problems with the thigh muscles, plus a few cardiac bypasses, diabetes and hearing aids - several other things have fallen off, fallen out, stopped working, dried up, or been snaffled by the NHS over the last 71 years - apart from that, I’m OK.
You could say that I am a man of many parts - it’s just that not all of 'em are working!
My increasing reliance on a walking stick, plus walking uphill, tends to take the shine off things, and I am knackered long before I get to the AZ.
I have no wheelchair, I can walk, and if the bit from the car to the AZ was not too “slopey”, and not too far, I would be able to get there, and fill the PSK gap, by creating some, for all operators, SOTA and non SOTA, and gain an activation point for me - my first one, to sort of “counter balance” my one chaser point.
Whilst on the subject of summits, who had the stupid idea of placing them above sea level? -
I was born on the edge of the Fens, and we took a lead from the Dutch, our summits were all ironed out flat, like theirs’, far more civilised, in fact half a mile from where I lived, we had summits that were just below sea level, I got a nasty surprise when I moved to Staffordshire in 1980!
Anyway, I digress, can anybody point me towards “Accessible summits”, if there is a list, please?