Apparently we need nor worry about being more than 6 because we are a recognised “Sporting Activity” ? Wednesday Sept 30th.
Grade 3 5/6 miles Glenridding Dod or Sheffield Pike depending on weather. Parking at Glencoyne Car Park where the road takes a big bend by Ullswater
Sunday 27th September 2020
Alston - Garrigill Area
11.5 Miles Grade 2 - Total Ascent 1013ft
Leader: Jean Murray
Start: Alston 9.30am
Meeting in the car park at the Texaco Petrol Station and Spar
GR NY 716 462
‘A Stylish Walk’
We start the walk taking a path heading south following the River South Tyne towards Garrigill. After about a couple of miles we join the Pennine Way/A Pennine Journey/South Tyne Trail to Garrigill. After the village we cross the River South Tyne and continue along the South Tyne Trail before taking a path up to Ashgill Force where we will have lunch. We will then loop round and heading north west will return to Alston following footpaths through mainly fields back to the start. There are a few styles to get over but it is a lovely walk offering superb views across Alston Moor.
Refreshments after at The Nook Farm Shop & Cafe
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Wednesday 23rd September 2020
6/7 Miles Grade 3
Leader: Nancy McLure
Start: Kilngreen Car Park, Langholm 10.00am
We will meet at the Kilngreen car park where the toilets are now open. Please note the x95 bus leaves Carlisle from the Courts at 8.38am reaching Langholm High St at 9.25am and a bus leaves Langholm at 15.15pm reaching Carlisle at 16.00pm for those wishing to use public transport. The walk is walk 9 from Langholm Walks booklet, Caulfield Rig. It is a circular walk to the west of Langholm and has tremendous views on a clear day.
"England and Scotland: Please note that as organised 'outdoor physical activity events' Ramblers and Walking for Health groups are EXEMPT from the restrictions on social gatherings, known as the 'rule of 6' in England, from 14 September."
.WALK DETAILS ARE ON THE FORTHCOMING WALKS AND WALKS PROGRAMME PAGE
.If anyone wants to lead a walk, on a Wednesday or Sunday, please let me know
Sunday 11th October 2020
Rest Dodd - Martindale - Deer Rutt
8 Miles Grade 2
Leader: Pete Rutland
Start: Martindale Church -The second one
Gr 434 184 - 10.00am
At the risk of being boring its that time of year again when the Red Stags are on the rampage. The Red Deer Rutt is from late September to early November so it seems like a good time to have a gander. We will meet at about 10AM at the church in Martindale where there is plenty of free parking. (not the church at the foot of Hallin Fell, the one about a mile beyond).
The usual route up BEDA FELL and once we get onto the ridge there is always a chance of spotting the Deer. Normally I take in Angle Tarn Pikes but will give it a miss on this walk in favour of doing REST DODD. 696m, probably after lunch at Angle Tarn.This means we take in a good hill while ever watchful for the big red beasts. We will head back down from the summit to the mountain track from Heck Crag to the valley floor. Putting my foot in the obvious hole I guarantee seeing some deer at some point during the walk. If you dont like deer this is a splendid walk in its own right taking in a couple of Wainwrights. Good paths all the way, but the first few hundred yards down from Heck Crag is more of a mountain track but shouldn’t give anyone problems. Those who wish can get after walk tea and buns in Pooley Bridge. Any issues with the meeting place or the walk I can be contacted on 07534 358550.
Be there or be Square.
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Wednesday 21st October 2020
5 Miles Grade 2
Leader: Sue Greenwood
leaving from the Old Coach Road, just beyond the turning to the church in St John`s in the Vale. There is a signpost “Old coach Rd”. 10am start. A bit steep going up, but we have got all day and easy way down, kind to the knees. Wonderful views or just atmospheric.