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Wild Walks (mostly mountainous)

Four Wild Walkers have just returned from a walking trip through the Dales experiencing sunshine, snow and 30mph winds - deserted hills and pubs and the pleasure of the Leeds Carlisle railway.

Why not join us on our next adventure from the Brecon Beacons to the historic and restored Cardiff Bay from 10 to 14 September. This is the last leg of the walk from the northern tip of central Wales to the southern toe. Travel by cheaper (advanced ticket) trains, four nights at less than £40pp per night. Overnight bags carried by car. For full details please contact Philip Sayers p.sayers@gmail.com

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Wild Walkers visit Wales

It is fast becoming a ritual that after travelling from Letchworth, we meet up in Betws-y-Coed in the middle of the day and have an afternoon walk up to the monument on Llyn Elsi Reservoir. A lovely woodland walk finishing with beautiful views at the top before making our way to Coetmor Mill in Bethesda.

On Top of the World!

Wild walker, Peter Moore has recently achieved an amazing personal goal.
He has climbed all of the 214 peaks listed in Alfred Wainwright's seven-volume Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells (1955–66).

Peter will be greatly missed by us all.

2018

Geoff Smith writes: In November five of us stayed in Coetmor Mill for four nights from a Monday to Friday.
With powerful central heating throughout, a beautifully equipped kitchen, perfect hot showers and a cosy ‘snug’ for the evenings it deserved the title of luxury bunkhouse.

2016 Expeditions

 

THE CAPE WRATH TRAIL

Five members of the Wild Walks Group have successfully completed the 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail through the Scottish Highlands – nearly!

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.

Pennine Journey - Eden Valley

Penultimate section from Alston to Garsdale.  Starting in the South Tyne valley, over Cross Fell and then up the Eden valley.  Final few miles in the headwaters of the river Ure.

Picos de Europa

A week away in Spain, for which we owe thanks to Nigel Carrick for the inspiration and organisation.

Pennine Journey - Hadrian's Wall

This is the next leg of our journey along Hadrian's Wall, and then down to Alston.  As you can see the weather was pretty good, but it was August.  Walked in 2013.

Pennine Journey

This is a selection from just one leg of our tracing Wainwright's "A Pennine Journey" from Seattle to Hadrian's Wall and back.  We did this section from 12th to 15th April 2013.

June 2012

Day trip to the Yorkshire Dales, leaving Stevenage at 6.11 am, arriving Horton-in-Ribblesdale, walking 13 1/2 miles over Ingleborough, returning to Stevenage at 9.47pm.  The train cost £28 return.

Feb 2012 - Yorkshire Dales

A typical wild walkers outing.
Leave Letchworth Station at 6.23am.
Arrive Settle, via Leeds, 10.43am.
Walk 11 miles to Horton.
Stay at the Golden Lion
Day 2 13-mile walk to White Lion pub at Cray.
Day 3 Walk 10 miles to Bainbridge, then bus to Bedale. Bus to Northallerton, then train back, arriving at Stevenage station 8.20pm.

Day Trip to Edale

Nigel’s Report of our August Day Trip to Edale by Train

New Year Walk

Our Group started the New Year with 6 members enjoying a 50-mile trek across the Yorkshire

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Sat, 10/09/2022 - 8:00am
 

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