Walk Reports

November and it's turning cold

Sunday November 11th. HOW (Hollingworth Ogden Walsden) 20 miles. Leader: Steve Clark   Meet and start from the Visitor Centre, Hollingworth at 9am, with some folk opting to park on the road.  15 of us are on the walk (and one dog – Stripe), with Sue leaving us by arrangement at lunch to make…

October Outings

Sunday October 28th. Earby a circular around Earby. 20 miles. Leader: Pauline Melia.   On a beautiful crisp morning, having remembered to turn their clocks back the night before, 22 enthusiastic walkers gathered outside the Anchor Inn at Salterforth for a walk around the beautiful hills, tracks and…

September Saunters

Sunday September 30th. Manorlands Meander. 18 miles. Leaders: Ken Noble & Viv Lee.   The walk was 18 miles with 8 attendees and was named after Manorlands Sue Ryder Care Centre. The route took in Penistone Hill, Oxenhope, Thornton Moor, Denholm Gate, Hewenden. Here we had fine views of the Hewenden…

Sunny days in August

Wednesday August 29th. Giant's Graves And a Friars Head. 14.2 miles. Leader: Chris Langabeer.   Weather: Cloudy at first, sunshine later.   20 walkers set off from the car park of the Craven Heifer PH. Named after a local Heifer which weighed 2,496 lb and stood over 7ft tall! We passed through the…

July Japes in the heat

  Wednesday July 25th. Another Wharfedale Wander. 13 miles. Leader: Ian Pickup.   Thanks to Ed for the picture.   A group of 13 walkers met in the main car park at Grassington for this 13 mile walk which was a replacement for the second part of the planned 'From Source to Sea' walk. Among the…

June Jaunts in the sunshine

Wednesday June 27th. Lunesdale Limp. 12 miles. Leader: Norman Thomas.   Twenty walkers turned up today. The weather was very hot indeed, the 10pm evening news said it had been the hottest day of the year. We made our way from Hornby by tarmac to Lyon Bridge then across the fields to Melling,…

Bluebells and sunshine in May

Wednesday May 23rd. A visit to old friends (or is it!!!) 15 miles. Leader: John Thompson.   14 walkers set out on a very warm and sometimes windy day from Marles wood up to Bradley wood, then down and across Ribchester bridge. Along the Ribble Way then left to Lower Dutton and Gallows Lane (no…