This Weeks Walks

It would be very much appreciated if all walk leaders submitted a description of their walk. Preferably by the Monday preceding the walk. Descriptions can be emailed to 

ramblingclubjohn@aol.com or telephone: 530306

 

This Weeks Walks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Walk:Rosehill:8.50am-Sands:9.00am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Walk:Rosehill:8.50am-Sands:9.00am

 

 

 

We get the major climb out of the way first. The route takes us above the town past the golf course and Whita Well to the Monument to Sir John Malcolm on top of Whita Hill, 355 ft. We then follow the track down to the open book memorial to the poet, Hugh MacDiarmid before a short time on the minor road to Newcastleton. We continue descending to the High Mill Bridge, crossing it and taking the Bagra route to the lower slopes of the Castle Hill. We follow the track round the hill before a lovely wooded section, the Duchess Bridge and back to the town for refreshments at the Eskdale Hotel.

 

Nancy

 

Sunday 24th November 2019 - Coach Walk - Langholm

Rosehill: 8.50am - Sands: 9.00am

 

We follow the B group (I always set off slowly!) to Whita Well before turning south past the Whita quarries to a viewpoint which gives our promised view of Langholm from the east.  Then it's over the stile and down the track towards Broomholmshiels before doubling back towards the Round House, dropping down to Skipper's Bridge and across the River Esk.  Then it's up Skipper's Cleuch and westwards up the pathless, wet and tussocky  (lovely!) eastern slopes of Warblaw.  From the summit, by the mast, we have our first view of Langholm from the west.

Now it's onwards and downwards, across the Wauchope Water, up the quiet road towards Becks farm, along a loaning with ancient crab apple trees, before turning northwards along the pathless Calfield Rig, then east to Timpen (Mid Hill on OS maps), on to Meikleholm Hill (our second view of Langholm from the west), then down to town. Simples!

 

Ken

Sunday 24th November 2019

A Walk

Langholm - East to West

8 Miles Grade 2/3

Leader: Ken Halliday

Coach Walk-Rosehill:8.50am-Sands:9.00am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Walk:Rosehill:8.50am - Sands:9.00am

 

 

 
      
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Car Walk: Sands 9.15am
                                 

 

I will meet you at Low Gelt RSPB car park at 09.40

 

We will follow the riverside path to Middle Gelt then to Greenwell.

Crossing the Brampton – Castle Carrock road we head for Talkin village and downhill to the Tarn on quiet lanes.

After a circuit – or two - of the Tarn we return to the bird reserve through open fields and woods in their autumnal glory.

There will be boggy stretches but the walk is mostly on good paths and minor roads.

Meet afterwards at Hayton Farm shop.

Hope you can make it, Tony.

PS Watch out for numerous average speed cameras Warwick-on-Eden onward. They may be operational!

 

Tony

Wednesday 20th November 2019

Greenwell & Talkin Round

6.5 Miles Grade 3/4

Leader: Tony Fenton

Sands: 9.15am

 

 

 

 

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Friday 22nd November 2019
Theatre Night - Langholm
Sands: 5.00pm

Sunday 24th November 2019

C Walk

Langholm Views

6 Miles Grade 3/4

Leader: Anne Halliday

Coach Walk-Rosehill:8.50am-Sands:9.00am

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Sunday 24th November 2019

B Walk

Langholm Area

8 Miles Grade 3

Leader: Nancy McLure

Coach Walk-Rosehill:8.50am-Sands:9.00am

Leaving Kilngreen, we cross Ewes Bridge and climb (slowly!) to the foot of Castle Hill, before continuing northwards through Langfauld Wood, giving some lovely views across the Esk Valley, to Potholm, where we cross the bridge and follow the quiet road back towards Langholm.  Crossing the B709, we take the good track to the lower slopes of Meikleholm Hill, where Langholm and its valleys appear below us.  It's then a straightforward drop back to town, across the Duchess bridge and on to welcome refreshments!

 

Anne