Gay Outdoor Club
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Suffolk Group: Belstead Walk

17 Jan 2018 | Suffolk Group

Our first venture out this year was a 7 1/2 mile circular walk from Belstead near Ipswich. Robert lead a group of 11 walkers and one dog on a pleasant walk taking us along farm tracks and fields and through nature reserves on the edge of Ipswich. Highlight of the walk was a chance to have a go on a zip wire in the local park. Some members chose to have a pub lunch whilst others sat and ate their sandwiches overlooking the marina. Our walk back again took us through local nature reserves and through a tunnel under the A14....
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2018 Alpine Trips

17 Jan 2018 | Skiing Group

This year we have two week long chalet trips to the Alps, with the first departing on 25th February for La Tanya and the second on 4th March for Tignes. As things stand they are both fully booked but we are keeping a list of reserves should places become available. If you would like to add your name please let me know. It is worth doing because not all the reserves “above you in the list” may be able to fit in at short notice.

And remember, if you would be interested in joining us next year please ...
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Cornwall Walk For The First Time in 2018

16 Jan 2018 | Cornwall, Devon Groups

Cornwall GOC saw a very good turnout of keen walkers for its first 2018 walk around Pelynt and West Looe. Through country lanes and woodland we came to the famous St Nuns Well- something which is guarded by a very old Legendary tale. Donkeys and sheep were also on hand to greet us on the way. Some parts of the walk were alongside the West Looe river. Richard led this walk and those attending were Nigel, Matt, Steve, Simon, Steve, Neville, Chris, Martin, Massimo, Tim, John, Andrew, Debbie, Sue, Chris, Chris, myself and 5 well behaved dogs....
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Ferryside in Carmarthenshire

15 Jan 2018 | West Wales, Women Groups

Our first adventure of 2018 turned into a sunny affair down at the seaside at Ferryside in Carmarthenshire.

15 people assembled ready to start the New Year off in style.

Part of this walk involved a stroll along the beach which could have been done at the beginning or the end.

As it was high tide, this decision was made for us and we started off inland with the beach stroll left to the very end of the walk.

From the start, we had great views, at first over to Llansteffan and as we climbed up through a field the views increased, to further down the Towy Estuary and further west towards Laugharne and Pendine....
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