Previous Trips

Downholme Loop 15 February 2018

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2018-02-19

Downholme Loop 15 02 2018

“A Richmond Ramble” – Sunday 4 February 2018

Posted by Trevor Thurlow on 2018-02-07

“A Richmond Ramble” – Sunday 4 February 2018

Following the steady rain and generally miserable weather of the previous day it was good to see the sun shining brightly as we gathered at Richmond Market Place for a repeat of my 2017 pre-Annual General Meeting walk. It went well last year so why change a winning formula? 

Plan C Gayles 18 January 2018

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2018-01-21

The winter scene around Gayles was pretty stunning as well! At least we got out in the snow.

Graham

Plan B: Reeth – Thursday 18 January 2018

Posted by Trevor Thurlow on 2018-01-21

Plan B: Reeth – Thursday 18 January 2018

Travellers' Rest Skeeby 4 January 2018

Posted by Gwyneth Wright on 2018-01-04

Travellers' Rest Skeeby

Gayles Christmas Ramble 7 December 2017

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2018-01-02

Gayles Christmas Ramble

7 December 2017

Calva & Fremington Edge from Reeth, 9th November 2017

Posted by Steve Charlton on 2017-11-14

Calva & Fremington Edge from Reeth, Thursday 9th November 2017

10 members joined Steve & Carol at Reeth for this classic 10 mile walk, known for years as the Calva Circular. I’m sure that I (Steve) invented this title!

CARLTON IN COVERDALE – 27 Aug 2017

Posted by Richard Wright on 2017-09-15

CARLTON IN COVERDALE – 27 Aug 2017

My second attempt at leading this walk was much more successful than the first, back in February, when I had to cut the walk short due to driving snow, see: https://www.swaledaleoutdoorclub.org.uk/previous-trip/walking/carlton-co....

Penhill Round 14 September 2017

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2017-09-14

Penhill Round 14 September 2017

KISDON HILL AND KELD SIDE 7 Sept. 2017

Posted by Frank Broughton on 2017-09-08

KISDON HILL AND KELD SIDE 7th Sept 2017

Twelve walkers set off from Muker on a grey and blustery morning hoping that the promised rain would keep off for at least a couple of hours. It didn’t: by the time we reached the summit of Kisdon a fine drizzle had started to fall and stayed with us for the rest of the day.

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