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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Type of Walk: Fell Hill Walking Group

'The Club has a regular programme of fortnightly Sunday outings each year from March to November, and monthly winter walks in December, January and February. The annual programme comprises a rich v ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'You are most welcome to come along and we hope that you will enjoy walking with us and perhaps join the Club. You are welcome to come out twice with us as visitors, but we would ask you to join th ...
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Category Perthshire

'A wide range of walks are organised throughout the year and we do not just focus on the Ochils of Clackmannanshire. We try each month to organise at least one Munro and one low level walk to accom ...
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Category Clackmannanshire

'We don't do route marches or yomps; we walk, we talk, we sit down, we eat, we point out hills on the horizon, we check the map, we change our plans on the fly, so bring warm clothing.'


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Category Aberdeenshire

'A mixed group of keen walkers and climbers in Fermanagh meeting on a weekly basis to participate in walking activities. The walks carried out vary from moderate to streneuous with the emphasis bei ...
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'There are two types of meet - the day meet (there and back on the same day) and the weekend meet, usually two days walking on Saturday and Sunday. Typically there is one day meet per month and 4 o ...
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Category Angus

'Our walks are throughout Donegal and the Sperrins. Regularly we organise walking weekends throughout Ireland and annually we organise a trip to Scotland, The Lake District in England or Wales. All ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

The Club 'tries to cater for all walking preferences in twice yearly programmes with a wide variety of events: [1] Sunday walks (all year round) - - - : [2] Tuesday evening walks (summer only) - - ...
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Category Harrogate

'The walks are not led; the Club chooses venues and individuals/small groups decide on which routes they wish to do from the chosen venue. This has the advantage that a variety of walks are availab ...
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Category Highland

Taster Walks 'Some people who would like to walk in the mountains have never had the opportunity to take on the challenge of a hill walk - they remain unsure about the equipment they will ...
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'Each outing has a variety of walks of different lengths and difficulty ratings and transport is by comfortable coach that picks up in Darlington, Newton Aycliffe and Bishop Auckland.'.


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Category Bishop Auckland

'Joining the club is very simple, just turn up at Rosehill or the Sands on a Sunday morning, or at the Sands on a Wednesday. Introduce yourself and join the walk of your choice. If you let us know ...
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Category Carlisle

'The site has been subdivided into the seven sections used in The Lakeland Fells, as originally devised by Alfred Wainwright in his Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, and in ...
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'The club came into existence in 1965 as the Grimsby College of Technology Climbing Club. For some years, the title of Grimsby Mountaineering Club, was used. However, the present n ...
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'Ibex consists of hill walkers and mountaineers of all ages, social backgrounds and experience. Our weekends away offer access to challenging high level walks and scrambling. For less experienced w ...
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Category London (Central)

'As our walking parties are relatively small, average of about 10-20 people, we do not have a formal transport arrangement. Those members interested in undertaking a walk for that week simply meet ...
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Category South Lakeland

'Our walks are suitable for all age groups and offer a wide ability range.' The walks range from '9 to 11 miles and some hill walking' ('B' party) through to 'walks at a fast pace and can climb up ...
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Category Lancaster

'We have a walk every weekend. In summer, we hold away weekends to more distant ranges such as Skye or Torridon. We welcome visitors, both those living in or near Lochaber and those from further af ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'The Club holds monthly meets in the Lakes, Wales and other areas around the country, with the emphasis on walking and not climbing. Monthly day walks are also held in the Home Counties ... Most me ...
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'Where? The Lakes, Yorkshire, Wales and Derbyshire - - - : When? 26 Sunday walks throughout the year - - - : How? By pre-arranged coach - - - : From? Mainly Sout ...
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Category Sefton

'The Sperrins are one of the largest and probably the least explored of all the mountain ranges in Ireland. Stretching for 35 miles the countryside is completely unspoilt and contains some ...
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Category Mid Ulster

'The club's regular day walks (24 per year) take place on Saturdays, with a coach picking up at various stops from Blackpool to Preston. Locations visited include the Lake District, the Yorkshire D ...
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Category Blackpool

'We also hold weekend meets at various locations through-out Scotland and the Highlands. We give ourselves freedom to do our own routes at our own pace. If you want to come along and see what it's ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'We cater for those who enjoy all aspects of walking from an easy ramble to the more challenging hillwalks ... Our walks alternate each week and they are graded in order of ability: (A) easy (B) mo ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'Despite our name we do not just walk on the hills although this is our main activity. We have members that rock climb, scramble, ski, cycle, kayak....etc, so in general we might also be seen as an ...
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