Previous Trips

Helvellyn by the ridges

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-05-24

Sunday 20th May – Helvellyn by the ridges.

 

When Alan Scott says ‘strenuous scramble’, he can be relied on as being true to his word.

Alan, Graham Moss, Trevor Thurlow, Archie and I left the cars at the George Starky Hut front car park, thereby avoiding the £4.50 parking charge at Patterdale, and set off up Grisedale on a sunny, calm morning.

Gilling 17 May 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-05-19

Gilling West 17 May 2012

Walk Leader

Ian (Scarface) Dale

Scafell via West Wall Traverse 6 May 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-05-16

 

Sunday 6th May - Scafell via West Wall Traverse

Yet another great day was enjoyed, by members and aspirants, on the Lake District Fells.

 

Swaledale 3 May 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-05-11

 

   Swaledale 3 May 2012

Kettleness 29 April 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-05-11

 

Kettleness  April 29th

 

Buttermere YHA Weekend 20-22 April 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-04-28

 

Buttermere YHA Weekend – 20th to 22nd April

Despite a poor turnout, and an abysmal weather forecast, a very enjoyable weekend’s walking programme was shared by Linda & Bob, Ginny, Graham and the writer, in what turned out to be three beautiful days.

Wensleydale 14 April 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-04-24

SOC WALKING SECTION REPORT

WENSLEYDALE  WALK 14 APRIL 2012

Askrigg 22 March 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-04-02

 

Walk from Askrigg Thursday 22nd March 2012

High Clint Hawes 11 March 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-03-20

 

High Clint Hawes 11 March 2012

Walking can be wonderful at this time of year. Spring can bring out the sun and the flowers; it can also bring out the walkers and a bumper crop assembled in Hawes for the High Clint walk.

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Whitcliffe to Downholme 1 March 2012

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2012-03-17

 

Whitcliffe to Downholme 1 March 2012

 

On an extra-schedule walk, three of us (DW, RK & I) glanced at the solar panels on my roof, sparkling in the sunshine, as we climbed up the West Field to the water trough. We wondered if this was the spring that provided the (lead) piped water to Richmond in 1583? Does anyone know?

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