Previous Trips

GRASMERE, HELM CRAG AND SERGEANT MAN 3 JUNE 2018

Posted by Frank Broughton on 2018-06-05

                                               SUNDAY 3 JUNE 2018, GRASMERE, HELM CRAG AND SERGEANT MAN

Oxnop Gill & Ivelet from Muker, Thursday 24th May 2018

Posted by Steve Charlton on 2018-06-03

 

Walk Report – Oxnop Gill & Ivelet from Muker, Thursday 24th May 2018

15 members gathered at the Muker car park for this classic short, easy walk. The forecast had been for some sun later in the day but in the event, we were blessed with warm sunny weather for the duration of the walk.

Upper Wharfedale Panorama – Thursday 17 May 2018

Posted by Trevor Thurlow on 2018-05-20

Upper Wharfedale Panorama – Thursday 17 May 2018

I was joined by Cairan Grogan, of SOC’s Canoeing Section, for one of my favourite Dales walks on a glorious mid-May morning.

In bright sunshine, which was to remain with us throughout our walk, we were soon leaving Buckden and striding out along the Dales Way for the hamlet of Hubberholme, our first objective of the day.

Appletreewick & Simon’s Seat – Thursday 26 April 2018

Posted by Trevor Thurlow on 2018-05-20

Appletreewick & Simon’s Seat – Thursday 26 April 2018

Alison Brooks and Graham Moss joined me for this walk in typical April weather; intermittent showers, sunshine and a brisk cooling breeze.

Walking Section Spring Break – Haworth. 23rd to 25th April 2018

Posted by Geoff Wall on 2018-05-01

Walking Section Spring Break – Haworth. 23rd to 25th April 2018

Herdwick Fell 12 April 2018

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2018-04-17

Herdwick Fell 12 April 2018

“Every cloud has a silver lining”. I was spared leading this walk on the day which was cursed with poor conditions. I had developed a painful abscess which needed immediate dental attention. Glenys assumed the leadership role and led a small group consisting of Geoff Wall, Paul, Barry and Yvonne on this 8.5 mile ramble.

Brompton on Swale 22 March 2018

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2018-04-10

Brompton on Swale Walk 22 March 2018

Three of us walked down to Round How to follow the river to the Station to meet Richard, Pat and Brian. It was perfect hiking weather. Walking past the treatment works we climbed up to Hagg Farm for a quick coffee then on to Old Colburn. We kept up a quick pace as we tripped on to St Giles Farm where we took the diversion along the farm drive to the main road in order to cross the A1.

The banking was still being worked on as we crossed the river and walked along the bank to the cataracts for lunch.

Easter Sunday 2018 Ellerton Scar

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2018-04-10

Easter Sunday 2018 Ellerton Scar walk

It wasn't just Brian and I on Grinton Moor for the start. In fact there were ten of us! Since I'd planned to begin at the church, we ended up wandering towards Cogden Gill in others' footsteps before joining the route at the Prehistoric burial on Cogden Heugh and walking east along the wall line.

The wind was chilly and there was the odd snow flurry but the weather was much better than expected. The ground was also better than the previous day's snow and rain implied.

Geoff Harker Memorial Walk 5 April 2018

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2018-04-08

Geoff Harker Memorial Walk 5 April 2018

As expected Geoff’s memorial walk was well attended; 37 club members in all following a familiar route from Surrender Bridge, climbing away from Gunnerside Gill, then descending to Level House with the return via Mill Gill and its imposing remains of the lead-mining industry.

SOC WALKERS IN GLENCOE 5-9 MARCH 2018

Posted by Frank Broughton on 2018-03-12

SOC WALKERS IN GLENCOE 5-9 MARCH

A total of seven people travelled north to stay at the comfortable SYHA hostel in Glencoe, four of us (myself, my nephew John, Yvonne and Graham Banks) arriving on Monday and three more (Ed Chicken, John and Judith Hallet) on Tuesday afternoon.

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