Walking Programme 2022


Coronavirus has not gone away so we still ask people to be mindful of their own and others' safety, and to observe good hygiene practice and social distancing, where possible. Please do not attend if you show symptoms of Covid, or if you or someone you live with has tested positive.

30th Anniversary Challenge for Walkers

From March 2022 to November 2022 climb 30 summits of your choice over 500m anywhere in the UK. See membership area for more details or contact Julia (Walks Coordinator)

All walks are provisional and subject to change. Watch this page and check your emails for updates nearer the time.

If you are currently not a member but are interested in joining us for a walk please contact us via the contact page so we can discuss the walk and any requirements you may have. We are happy for you to join us for a couple of walks before deciding whether you would like to join the club.

Dates for  2022


Saturday 9th January

President's Walk. Nelson's and Wellington's Monuments via the Eastern Edges.

Starting from Birchen Edge car park (next to the Robin Hood) and going over Birchen, White Edge, Curbar, Baslow and Gardoms. Approx 8 miles, with several opportunities to cut it short if the weather is grim. And it finishes at the pub!

Arrive 9.30am for 10:00 am start.

Saturday or Sunday 5th or 6th March. (rearranged from 13th Feb)

Bowden Bridge Hayfield, Red Brook, Kinderlow, Woolpacks, Crowden Head, across plateau to Kinder Gates and then return via Kinderlow across fields. 10 miles approx.

Sunday 27th March

Haweswater, Lake District. High Street, Harter Fell. 

Sunday 1st May.

Start at Downham, Lancs & go in a clockwise direction over fields to Barley then up & along the top of Pendle Hill before descending back to Downham. Approx 10/11 miles with a max. height of 577m. At Barley there is a picnic area/cafe /toilet at the car park. A lot of ups and Downs. Quite strenuous.

Saturday 21st May

Blencathra and Sharp Edge. Lake District.

Saturday 25th June

Shropshire Hills.

Ragleth and the Long Mynd from Church Stretton. 11 miles mod/hard.

Turn into Church Stretton and look for Easthope Rd which is 2nd left.The car park is on the right hand side down this road. Meet time 10:15 for a 10:30 start.   

Saturday 23rd July

Meet at Llandrillo free car park at 9.45 for 10.00 start. Circular walk of Cadair Bronwen and Cadair Berwyn.

Approx 16K/10 miles.

780m of ascent. Can be a bit boggy in places. Join Helen and Richard for a BBQ after the walk if you would like to.

Saturday 27th August.

Meet at the Bus turning circle on Shepley Street, Old Glossop at 9.15 for 9.30 start. 16K/10 miles.

Route. Cock Hill, Glossop Low, Far Moss Bleaklow Head, Pennine Way to Old Women, Doctor's Gate and back to the start point.

Saturday 24th September. Route TBC

Saturday 7th October. This walk will coincide with the October meet at Stoney Middleton and will be in the Peak District so both members on the meet and those wanting to visit for a day can join the walk. Details TBC

November. Route and Date TBC

December. Route and Date TBC

President's walk


Walk Organisers can download a template Risk Assessment form and Guidelines for Walk Organisers here

Please respect the countryside and follow the Countryside Code




Many club members like to bring their dogs along, and provided they are well-behaved and kept under control this is not usually a problem.  Dogs may be excluded from CRoW Access Land (except on rights of way).  Please check for any restrictions before bringing your dog.


Please remember that even where there are no bird restrictions, your dog may disturb ground-nesting birds,and other wildlife as well as farm animals.  Dogs found worrying farm animals could be shot. The Countryside Code has some specific advice for dog walkers.


Please always clean up after your dog.