Previous Trips

The Charltons' Lakes Trip 13-14 July 2017

Posted by Steve Charlton on 2017-07-23

Carol & Steve’s 2 day walking trip to the Lakes 13th & 14th July, 2017

Masham Circular 8 June 2017

Posted by Geoff Wall on 2017-07-09

Masham Circular 8 June 2017

It could have been the miserable forecast – or perhaps people having a lie in to be fresh for results night on the General Election – but we had a modest turn out of 4 on this one.

An unnecessarily early arrival In Masham from the Northallerton contingent meant we were able to partake of the early morning fayre at the Bordar Cafe – and the Bacon Sandwich in particular was given a thumbs up by Paul.

Reeth 15 June 2017

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2017-06-23

Reeth 15 June 2017

Ten members joined me and helped to navigate a route suggested by Ann. Good walking weather, good company and a lovely route from Reeth along the Swale to Isles Bridge with a return behind Low Row, up to Surrender Bridge and then the final part of the Marathon route. Participants who had been sweepers just five days earlier had not expected to be taking the same path so soon again. Verges and hedgerows all very colourful, thank you to everybody.

Best wishes,

Caroline

Marsett & Semer Water from Bainbridge 1st June 2017

Posted by Steve Charlton on 2017-06-05

Marsett & Semer Water from Bainbridge 1st June 2017

14 members joined Steve & Carol at Bainbridge on a glorious late Spring day. We made our way to the Cam High Road, a Roman road constructed in the 1st Century which links Bainbridge with Ingleton. We climbed steadily for 2 miles before leaving the road and reaching the top of the moor. Here, the views across to Semer Water and Marsett were outstanding,

BLUE BELL WALK 21 May 2017

Posted by Graham Moss on 2017-05-24

Blue Bell Walk 21 May 2017

Yorkshire Three Peaks 19 May 2017

Posted by Trevor Thurlow on 2017-05-22

Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk – Thursday 19 May 2017

The call went out for ‘The Magnificent Seven’ and they duly turned up at Horton-in-Ribblesdale to take on this 25-mile challenge walk.  

Having signed Jill, David and Jon, our Three Peaks Newbies, in at the Pen-y- Ghent Café, we were ready to set off on what was to be a long, hard day of memorable walking under blue skies without a hint of rain - perfect walking conditions.

Richmond Walk 13 April 2017

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2017-04-19

Richmond Walk 13 April 2017

Coverdale Round 16 April 2017

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2017-04-18

Coverdale Round 16 April 2017

Easter Sunday and thirteen “good eggs” assembled in Carlton for an eleven mile circular ramble. The weather forecast was not good. In fact I anticipated a “Richard Wright” event – teaming rain and a quick dash to the pub. But, as events turned out, it wasn’t too bad though nothing like as good as the weather that blessed our recce just ten days ago. Conditions underfoot were firm for the most part apart from short messy bits (“A bit like you, Graham”, someone said).

The Geoff Harker Memorial Walk 6 April 2017

Posted by Graham Rogers on 2017-04-08

The Geoff Harker Memorial Walk 6 April 2017

Askrigg & Askrigg Common Thursday 23rd March 2017

Posted by Steve Charlton on 2017-04-04

Askrigg & Askrigg Common Thursday 23rd March

There had been substantial rain the previous day preceded by several inches of snow.    However, the forecast was good for the walk as 13 of us gathered at Askrigg Church. We had researched the walk in December when the weather was stormy and we had encountered ferocious conditions on the moor. Thankfully, today was calm and pleasant.

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