Lmc - Walks 2021

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Lmc - Walks 2021

Postby xphoenix0 » Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:12 pm

Hopefully nearing the end of COVID-19/20/21

We have a new program of walks for this year, please feel free to join.

will need to start with small groups and build up, there will also be some impromptu walks for those going out, use the bulletin board if you are going out so friends can join !.

11th April 2021 - Hope and Edale - Peak

2nd May 2021 - Pen-y-gent & Plover hill - Dales

5th June 2021 - Marsden - Pule Hill - Peak

17th July 2021 - Challenge weekend (Wales)

15th August 2021- Rosedale Abbey

4th September 2021 - Three Peaks

9th October 2021 - Simons Seat

31st - October 2021 Dead Mans Hill

13th November 2021 - Lovely Seat/Hardraw force/Aysgarth falls

27th December 2021 - Ilkley Moor

8th January 2022 - Stanage

20th February 2022- Inglebrough

Will be great to see everyone out and about again soon.
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Re: Lmc - Walks 2021

Postby xphoenix0 » Wed Mar 31, 2021 6:04 pm

Updated with confirmed dates now, if you are going out please do post up so others can join.

We have a few people interested in walking so will be adding more, if you are interested in leading any walks please do let me know.

hopefully we will be back to normal numbers by the summer...see you outside.

Thanks John
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Re: Lmc - Walks 2021

Postby music sarah » Sun Apr 04, 2021 3:48 pm

Hi everyone. Is the Challenge weekend in Wales the Welsh 3000s or a different challenge? Would be quite interested in a Welsh 3000s weekend.
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Re: Lmc - Walks 2021

Postby xphoenix0 » Mon Apr 05, 2021 6:58 am

music sarah wrote:Hi everyone. Is the Challenge weekend in Wales the Welsh 3000s or a different challenge? Would be quite interested in a Welsh 3000s weekend.


Hi Sarah,

I'm provisionally, looking at wales as first preference, as there is a camping meet. However if the weather is better the club is camping in the lakes 2nd 3rd July.

so may switch, I've done the English 3000's before, not managed to string the welsh ones together though.

challenge is to do all 15 peaks in the weekend.

The Snowdon Massif :

1. Crib Goch, 3028ft
2. Garnedd Ugain, 3494ft
​3. Snowdon, 3559ft

The Glyderau :

4. Elidir Fawr, 3031ft
5. Y Garn, 3106ft
6. Glyder Fawr, 3284ft
7. Glyder Fach, 3261ft
​8. Tryfan, 3011ft (918 m)

The Carneddau :

9. Pen yr Ole Wen, 3208ft
10. Carnedd Dafydd, 3425ft
11. Carnedd Llewelyn, 3490ft
12. Yr Elen, 3156ft
13. Foel Grach, 3202ft
14. Garnedd Uchaf, 3038ft
15. Foel-fras, 3090ft


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