2015 Expeditions

April - the final section of the Cambrian Way trail, Barmouth to Conwy, was completed. The walk, which starts in Cardiff, is highly recommended for its combination of historical and cultural features, natural history, geography and excellent walking. Detailed maps, GPX tracks, points of interest, daily schedules, transport links etc. are available via the group contact.


August - there were two events.

A group had a four-night stay at Wasdale Head in Lake District. This is a stunning area with challenging climbs including Scafell Pike, England’s highest peak.

A day-away was enjoyed by an enthusiastic few who caught the 5.45am train from Letchworth to Settle for a 14-mile walk, returning home in the evening.

North to the Cape - A trek from Fort William to Cape Wrath (top of Scotland).


Autumn - five wild walkers completed the first stage from Fort William to Strathcarron which is considered the greatest wilderness walk in the UK.  The second stage will be in 2016.  We will be using Bothies, Bed and Breakfast and Bunk Houses, whatever is available.

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