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Walks by Distance and Type - Scroll over each image to view in Eventbrite from 1st March 

Enjoy Your Walks and Staying Safe 

We offer a great range of walks in terms of distance, terrain, pace, ascent and interest.

Our walk descriptions and grading system are designed to help you make the right choices for you.

Your safety is important to us and to ensure that you have the most enjoyable experience on our walks, please take note of the following guidance.  Some walks will have more specific guidance, please check the Eventbrite descriptions. 

- Please take personal responsibility for ensuring that you are physically fit enough to take part in the walks that you have selected and that you have appropriate clothing and equipment

- For all walks, walking boots/shoes are essential (no trainers please) 

- Carry both sun protection and wet weather protection

- Carry sufficient water for the length of the walk

- Take high energy snacks or, for longer walks, more substantial meals

- In the interest of the safety of all our walkers, walk leaders will exercise their right to refuse to take walkers who are ill-equipped.

Timing - please arrive at the meeting point at least 10 minutes before the start of each walk. Walks will commence at the given time, and unfortunately, we are unable to wait for any late arrivals.  

Children and young people aged under 18 are welcome on most of our walks up to an including 10 miles, but must be accompanied by an adult with parental responsibility. There may be some restrictions on some walks and this will be specified on the individual walk information.  We recognise that in exceptional cases, young people aged under 18 may wish to complete distances over 10 miles and this will be considered by the walk leader on an individual basis. Please contact us to discuss. 

Dogs - Due to the amount of livestock in the Gorge and surrounding areas dogs are NOT permitted on walks unless specifically stated that they are dog friendly.  The walk leader may restrict the number at the start of the walk, if they consider it to be appropriate for the safety of other walkers. 

Parking - most car parks in the area are now either Pay and Display or ANPR charged.  It is your responsibility to check your car park and pay as appropriate. The Sat Nav details listed for each walk are approximate; please ensure you leave enough time to locate suitable parking before the start of your walk. 

Disclaimer: The organisers give no warranties, either express or implied, regarding the availability, suitability or safety of the walks described on this website.  Participation in the walks will be entirely at your own risk.

Walks by Day - Scroll over each image to view in Eventbrite by collection from 1st March 

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