Type of Walk: Fell Hill Walking Group



The Category Fell & Hill Walking Groups is a subset of Walking Groups in the UK. Click HERE to find a List of the Titles of all of the Fell & Hill Walking Groups which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.


Category:Bishop Auckland

'Aycliffe Fell walking Club is based in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham (near Darlington in the North East of England) and is open to everyone interested in fell walking or rambling. It caters for walkers of all abilities and ages. It became Aycliffe Fellwalking Club in 2011.'



'If you are a visitor we do hope that you will consider joining us on one of our Sunday walks and hopefully then join us to enjoy the benefits of full membership.'



'BOOTS offers people living in the Aberdeenshire area and their friends and visitors the means of organising access to the hills in the company of others with a similar interest in hillwalking.'



'Leisurely walks, gentle fells, hills and mountains in the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, the Borders and Northumberland, there's something for everyone in our friendly club. New members always welcome, come and join us.'



'A Chester based walking club offering up to three grades of walks on Sundays and a walk on alternate Wednesdays: Club Guided walks in Snowdonia , North Wales and counties surrounding Cheshire. Grades of Walks A – Mountain walk, usually with more than 600m (~2000ft) of ascent; B – Moorland walk, usually with more than 300m (~1000ft) of ascent; C – Mainly pastoral walk usually with less than 300m (~1000ft) of ascent.'



'We are a club based in the beautiful area of Clackmannanshire which promotes an abundance of great hills. This club is for anyone interested in hill walking at all levels who are looking to meet new people and climb a few hills but most importantly just have a good laugh and enjoy good company in the process.'


Category:North Somerset

'The Exploration Group of North Somerset ... are a friendly, informal walking group with members from around the Bristol/Bath/North Somerset area. We have a mixed membership of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. New members, 18 years or over, are always welcome.The aim of the group is to provide a full and varied programme of local walks, hill-walking, mountaineering and occasional other outdoor activities ...'



'The Club was started by local families going walking together; this is reflected in the logo. Still today the walks are achievable by any reasonably fit person ...'



The Objects of the Club include '...to encourage the pursuits of fell walking and rock climbing particularly in the English Lake District...' and also to provide '...information and advice... It is the intention of this part of the website to help to achieve these with some interesting articles and stimulating photographs relating to the fellwalking activities both undertaken by club members and of interest to others.'



'Founded in Teesside some 40 years ago  the walks are generally on the second Saturday of each month. There are usually two walks available one being longer than the other to suit differing abilities. Although the club name would point to us walking on the cumbrian fells we are more likely to walk on the North Yorks Moors as all walks are arrived at by car usually within an hour's drive of Teesside.'



'The Fermanagh Ramblers see themselves as a social group who walk. We have dedicated ourselves to becoming the safest possible walking club on the hills and our investment in both our leadership training programme and safety equipment ensures that.'



'Formed in 1963 to "encourage public interest in hill walking", and has thrived since these early days, gaining a reputation as a friendly family club. Members come from most parts of Angus, with a few from further afield. The current membership is around 80 and consists of members of all ages.'



'We provide a weekly programme of walks, alternating between Saturdays and Sundays. Our walks start in Derry/Londonderry from either Waterside Station or Templemore Sports Complex, depending where the walk is at. While some of our walks are on forest trails and paths many are in mountainous areas where there are no paths.'



'Our members walk on a regular basis, and meet every 3rd Wednesday in the Royal British Legion, School Street, Fraserburgh at 7.30 pm, all new members are most welcome to attend. Our walks cover the whole of Scotland and their is usually a walk to suit all ages and all levels of fitness.'



'We walk every second Sunday starting from the Gap o' the North pub in Jonesborough at 10am. There is a strong local focus on the Cooleys and the Ring of Gullion with occasional trips to the Mournes and further afield. As far as possible we try to combine each walk with some local knowledge of history or archaeological sites and interpretation of landscape to show farming and community development over the centuries.'



'We are an informal but dedicated group of hill walkers of all abilities, backgrounds, ages, etc based in and around Aberdeen.'



'This is the club that gets you out of town to some interesting walking areas that include Derbyshire, The Pennines, The Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire Moors, The Lake District and North Wales.'



'For people who like outside activities, principally in the mountains. These activities include mountain walking, scrambling, rock climbing and snow and ice climbing when available. Members also go mountain biking and coast walking. We are a Wirral based club, despite the Welsh name ... The Club owns a hut in Capel Curig (close to the Gwydyr forest) and also a self-catering cottage. Members pay an annual membership fee, which includes use of the club hut and discounts on bookings for our cottage as well as discounts for local mountaineering shops.'



'We have approximately 100 members who mostly live in the Harrogate District (including Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon, Pateley Bridge, Wetherby).'



'Formed in 1978 to provide a friendly and safe framework for the pursuit of hillwalking throughout the Highlands and Islands. We meet for day and weekend meets. A day meet can involve climbing one or more hills over 1000m (3000 feet) in height and walking 12 or more miles. So a reasonable level of fitness is important and whilst the summits of most hills are attainable via walking routes some may require a bit of scrambling and a head for heights ...'



'A hiking, mountaineering and trekking club based in London. New members are always welcome.'


Category:South Lakeland

'We cater for walkers who want to walk in the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks and surrounding areas. We are a local club run by and for members therefore unfortunately we do not cater for visitors holidaying in the Lake District.'



'The club exists for its members and its long history confirms that it is fulfilling their needs in providing healthy exercise in the open air in beautiful surroundings, challenging walks at all levels and good company and friendship.'



'We are the Mourne Rambling Group, a hill walking club providing 2 or 3 levels of walks every Sunday in the Mourne mountains ... However, please note, we are a hill walking club and you must be fit enough to walk hills and not just on the flat.'



'Walks in one of the best hill-walking areas on the planet. Our walks programme contains a mixture of classic Lochaber hill-walks, such as the Ring of Steall or the Five Sisters of Kintail, and less well-known outings.'



'Our aim is to provide members the opportunity to experience the joys of hill walking in the beautiful British Countryside over a weekend at least once a month. In addition, we also try to do at least one nearby day walk once a month on either Saturday or Sunday.'


Category:South Ribble

'Offers full day, Sunday outings throughout the year for all ages, and capabilities. All Norwest Fell Walkers outings are by coach with Pick Up points around Leyland, Bamber Bridge, Lostock Hall, Penwortham, Preston and Fulwood.



'We are a friendly club of walkers who enjoy mountain walking throughout the year.'


Category:Mid Ulster

'We are a very active Hillwalking Club based in the heart of the Sperrins in Northern Ireland. Organised club walks take place twice monthly. Grade 1 walks for the fitter walker alternate with Grade 3 walks for those who prefer a more leisurely stroll. We also from time to time have Grade 2 walks - something in between!'



'Over the years, the club has established a format that has resulted in many enjoyable walks. With several decades of experience, the club knows some fantastic locations that you may never think about visiting! The club has approximately 100 members, many of whom are regular walkers with the club. Membership is fairly evenly split between the sexes, with ages ranging from children to over 80's.'


Category:North Tyneside

'We are an all-weather, all-year round walking club based on northeast Tyneside.  Walks take place every other Saturday in areas such as Northumberland, Durham, Cumbria, Scotland, and both the Yorkshire Dales and Moors. There is usually a choice of four walks, which vary in distance and height to cater for the individual walkers requirements.'



'We are an independent club with approximately 50 members. The Club members meet every second Sunday in Stirling and travel to the start of the walks in cars. The winter programme tends to have low level walks within easy travelling distance. In summer we go further afield and have more challenging hill walks. New members are always welcome and we encourage people to come out and give us a try before deciding to join.'



'The Club was formed in 1978 and there are currently about 40 members. We are a North East based mountaineering and hillwalking club in Scotland. We try and meet up on a regular basis, occasionally on Thursday nights at the Royal Hotel Stonehaven and every other weekend ... '



'The Club was founded October 2008. Based in the Strabane area we regularly walk in the Sperrins, the Bluestacks, and Glenveagh ranges which are all on our doorstep.'



'We walk at least once a month usually on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Our Sunday walks usually last all day (including driving to the walk and drink/bite to eat afterwards).'



'We were only founded in the Spring of 2010 and are affiliated with the Mountaineering Council of Scotland. Our current membership is around 20 and we attract members of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Our members' experience varies from the beginner right through to the seasoned climber.'



'To become a Wee Binnian member, you must be over 18 years, have a level of fitness suitable to the demands of the sport and who accept the aims and objectives of the Club ... All our walks are on mountain terrain and involve climbing mountains of 700 metres (2300 feet) or more in height, over a distance of 10 kilometres. A good level of fitness is required as none of our walks can be regarded as suitable for beginners to hill walking.'



'Interested in fell walking at harder or medium grades? We have 2 grades of walks A and B. We go fell-walking every fortnight on a Sunday irrespective of the weather and travel by coach ...'

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