Wild Walks (mostly mountainous)

Wales top to toe, the last leg  Probably June 2020 Leader: Philip Sayers
In May or June we plan to complete our top-to-toe walk through central Wales with the final section from Abergavenny to Rhoose Point (the southernmost tip of mainland Wales), walking about 16 hilly miles per day. Four nights away, cheaper (advance) train tickets, baggage carried by car between overnight stops.
If the walk interests you please contact Phil Sayers on p.sayers@gmail.com (preferred) or 01462 686798 for further details. No commitment needed until February.
Is there a long distance trail, remote area or mountainous region where you want to walk with other like-minded walkers? If so, then please get in touch.

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Geoff Smith writes: In November five of us stayed in Coetmor Mill for four nights from a Monday to Friday.

April - the final section of the Cambrian Way trail, Barmouth to Conwy, was completed.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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


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