Forthcoming Meets
Brief details of next walks are provided, please contact the organiser to confirm attendance


Saturday 4 January is from the Hartsop car park GR 402 133 organised by Michael
Start walking at 9.30 through Hartsop village and along side Hayeswater Gill to the junction with the path just before The Knott. The route continues past Angle Tarn to Boredale Hause before climbing Place Fell. The return is via Hare Shaw, Silver Crag and then south via Crookabeck and Dubhow to the car park.
Distance 11mile ascent 3300ft.
Transport arrangements will be made when I have heard from those who are going on the walk. 

Sunday 1 December - Sorry, this walk has now been moved to January as above due to insufficient members being available on this date to make it viable.

Sunday 3 November,  is from Little Langdale organised by Angela
Parking on the left before you get to The Three Shires Inn in Little Langdale at grid ref 319 033. Meet there at 09:15 for 09:30 start The route is to Tilberthwaite, Birk Fell, Wetherlam Edge to Wetherlam then descend to Swirl Hause Ascend Prison Band to Swirl How, Great Carrs and Wetside Edge to Slaters Bridge and return to cars.
Distance about 18km (11 miles). Ascent about 1158 metres (3800ft).
Those going from Longridge area will need to leave about 07:50. Details to be will be circulated nearer the time when we know who is going. Do let Angela know if you intend joining her, even if not travelling from Longridge.

Saturday 5 October, North penines organised by Annette and Allan
Parking in Kirkland Village car park 9.15 for 9.30 start
Route is Cross Fell, Little Dunn Fell, Great Dunn Fell, Milburn, Kirkland giving total distance: of 16 miles and ascent of 950m. Descent maybe off piste if not too boggy otherwise via the Pennine Way.

Saturday 7 September, Howton area organised by Frank
Meet at Franks house at 7:30 for 7:45 for car sharing to Howtown.
Park by St Peters church at Martindale just off 'The Hause road' at 9:30 for booting up, starting the walk at 9:45.
The walk will be first to Authur's Pike then to Bonscale, Load Pot and on to Wether Hill, it works out at about 11 mile and 2800 ft.
Hope to see you there, Please let Michael or Frank know 

Saturday 1 July, Barbondale organised by Andy
Start from the car park next to the village hall in Barbon near Casterton.(628825)
Following the beck through Barbondale, climbing to Bullpot farm then onto Barbon Low Fell,Brownthwaite Pike, down to Andy Goldsworthy's sheep folds and back by Lnes and field paths to Barbon. There is the opportunity to extend the walk for those who would like to include Castle Knoll and Calf Top. The walk is about 10 miles.
We would need to leave the Longridge area by 8.15 to arrive in Barbon by around 9,15 for a 9.30 start. 

Saturday 4 May, Kentmere horseshoe organised by Kate & George
This is about 13 miles and 3900ft height gain. Meet up at our house at 8:00 to arrange car sharing and hope to start walking about 9:00. Park either at Kentmere village hall or the field nearby NY 456041, cost is the same at £3 via honesty box.

Saturday 6 April, Coniston area organised by Angela
We will park at Fell Gate on Walna Scar Rd and be ready to set off by 9.30. If weather is OK I plan to climb Dow Crag by South Rake then drop down to Seathwaite Tarn before ascending to Grey Friar. Over to Swirl How then descend from Levers Hause to Levers Water and Boulder Valley, The Bell and back to Fell Gate. It's about 10 miles and 3500 feet ascent.
We will meet at Longridge at 7:30. 

Saturday 2 March, Langdale valley organised by Jane
Meet at Jane's house at 8am and go to the Old Dungeon Ghyll car park to start walking for 9.40.
Go up Hell Gill then onto Bow Fell and Esk Pike down the Langstrath valley and up Snakes pass. The continuation will then depend on weather and time, the most straightforward way is to carry on down the Cumbria way or head over to High Street.
Some bits of the route may be a bit of an explore.

Saturday (note change of day!) 5 January, Mosedale organised by Kate & George
nb. Following the AGM most meets will be on Satuday rather than Sunday as previous.
Start 9:30 at the end of the tarmac road going west from Mosedale village at GR NY326326. If you carry straight on on the gravel road a short distance there are several spaces at the side of the road for parking. The gravel roads to left and right are not good for cars!
Route is up Grainsghyll Beck to the mine workings then up Brandy Ghyll and onto Carrock Fell and view the iron age fort(?) before returning along the ridge to High Pike. Continue traversing the ridge over Lingy hills, Knott, Little Calva and Great Calva then descend to join the Cumbrian way back to the cars.
Distance is 12miles and 2000ft height gain. Some section of the route are off piste so the walk is harder than the stats suggest. 
Meet our place 8:00am to organise car sharing.

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