Say what you see ...
Our aim at MyHill.blog is to allow people to share their experiences out and about in the UK's mountains. We want them to be able to easily share their routes, photos, and journeys. We also want other people to be able to discover those walks, read about them and discover new walks themselves.It's great to be able to get a little more background on the fells involved though, so every hill in our database has its own page, for example:https://myhill.blog/hill/lords-seatThese pages give you some key facts about the hills,...Read more »
Today we rolled out a quick new feature. When you log in with either Twitter, or Facebook, we'll pull in your profile picture automatically.We use it in a couple of places. Firstly, it's used in the menu so you can easily check at a glance who you're logged in as.More importantly, it will show on your profile pages, and on walks you've posted making it easy for friends to recognise walks you've posted.Read more »
Ready to set off
Preparation is important, but there comes a time when you just need to set off...It's been an on-and-off few months as we've finished our beta release, tried out the site with a few testers, gathered feedback, squashed bugs and tried to decide "What next?". Today, we're setting off on our journey.The site is live with public sign-up fully opened up.You can sign up with Twitter, Facebook, or good old fashioned email.We've launched with support for a number of hill collections, including Hewitts, Birketts, Marilyns, Wainwrights, Munros, and Nuttalls. If you upload a walk that visits any of the hills in those collections they'll be logged against your personal profile so you can s...Read more »