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Peak Bogtrot Meet Report– 4th Dec A group of 14 eventually mustered for this annual event with a couple of late appearances supplanting a couple of late declines – so all even there. There was no Dogtrot this year – dogs more conspicuous by their absence (Lexie elsewhere, Rusty (& Tan we learned subsequently) RIP, …

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january 2023 Newsletter Check your inbox (sent 7th Jan) for the Latest newsletter out now.  In this edition, meet reports on The Great Glen Way, Carneddau Walking, Leonidio  sports climbing, the Annual Bogtrot  and lots more

2023 Meets Programme Ready Thanks to everyone who came to the Christmas Social in December and contributed to our meets programme for 2023. Stew has now translated those scribblings into our events calendar which is now available via a few options: on this website here  in the next newsletter which should be coming to your …

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Ariege climbing and walking meet – 12-19th Oct I had cycled through the area in 2018 so I knew the scenery was fabulous. When I was researching venues for an autumn meet it seemed ideal. Kevin, Alf, Ian, Dave, Susan, Helen and I flew to Carcassonne and Paul, Barbara and Lexi drove across from the …

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October 2022 Newsletter Check your inbox for the Latest newsletter out now.  In this edition, French Ariege rock climbing trip, walking in Shropshire, Postmans Route and lots more Click here to read about the Ariege trip

4 – 12th June – Pabbay is an uninhabited island in the Outer Hebrides Nine months planning, numbers varying from an initial twelve to a peak of twenty four plus four on a waiting list then back down to sixteen who were in for the long haul. Then the Boatman seemed to be refusing to take …

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Scottish Winter Mountaineering Eating Meet – Torridon 5-12th March After an absence of two years would Scotland be ready for the CMC onslaught? was the question on minds as members wend their long ways north to far flung Torridon. Would anyone be recognised even behind the masks – still in regular use in public places. …

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