Annual Long Walk

Our Annual Long Walk - 23rd June 2012- The Three Moors Walk

The Three Moors Walk (our annual long walk) - 23rd June 2012   Just six brave souls started the walk from Otley at 7.30am on Saturday 23rd June.The weather over the previous few days had been close to setting a new June record for rainfall and the weather forecast on the day was for more of the…

Our Annual Long Walk - 2nd August 2014 - Compo's Way

Compo's Way  13 walkers (9 members and 4 visitors) started the walk from Hunters Bar roundabout Sheffield, at 7.45am on Saturday 2nd August. (As the walk is a linear route of 34.5 miles some logistics were required – we all met up in Holmfirth at 6.45am to catch a 7am coach to Sheffield) The…

Our Annual Long Walk - 5th Sept 2015 - The Bradford Ringway

The Bradford Ringway. Vermuyden long walk  Sat 5th September. It was decided to start the walk from Apperley Bridge to do most of the hill walking in the first half of the walk. Seven of us started the walk at 7.30am on a sunny, dry and part cloudy day. We began the route on the Leeds Country…

Our Annual Long Walk - 10th Sept 2016 - The Opencast Way

 With a few members on long term sick, and a few folk on holiday. Only the long suffering walk sec and good ol Roy T made it to our 7:30 start time in the middle of Scunthorpe (Atkin's Warren cp) for our 2016 annual long walk.  The day's wet weather promised to break around 1pm.  Firstly, before…

Our Annual Long Walk - 2017 - The Three Feathers

FIRST FEATHER Yorkshire Bridge – 27ml with 4300m ascent 15 folk met at the Yorkshire Bridge Inn at the appointed hour of 8am, funnily 11 females and only 4 males had us wondering where all the fellas have gone?! Any way it was nice to see a few familiar faces and a couple of new ones. Onwards…

Our Annual Long Walk - 2018 - The Pride of the Peak

Pride of Peak route Saturday 16th June 6 members and 3 visitors made up 9 folk meeting up at the appointed hour of 08:30 at the car park Bakewell. To walk the 2018 Vermuyden LDWA annual long walk. The 30ml Pride of the Peak route. The first village we came to was Sheldon, with the Baslow Boot Bash…