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Gomshall to Dorking, 22 Oct 2017

22 Oct 2017 | Surrey Group

Adrian led 22 (plus 4 dogs) of us on a lovely walk through varied countryside. After after the winds and rain from storm Brian yesterday I had been expecting a cloudy day but it was not to be, the sun shone for most of the day. The walk took us through a number of familiar places but together they formed an ingenious new route. The terrain was mainly undulating with one long climb onto the North Downs and as we know “hills mean views”.

At the end of the walk we had a positive cornucopia of delicious ...
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St Agnes to Porthtowan

16 Oct 2017 | Cornwall, Devon, 18-30s, Women Groups

For Septembers group gathering, Twelve members headed onwards and upwards to St Agnes Beacon then back down again to Chapel Porth and then along the beach to Porthtiwan before moving inland to head back to St Agnes where we ended the day in a slightly different way to usual with a visit around the local museum.
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14 October 2017: Cholesbury to Chartridge

15 Oct 2017 | Hertfordshire Group

Event led by David W Attendance: 16 men, 2 dogs. Distance: 13km (8.24 miles) Time: start 11:06, end 15:47, lunch 37 minutes Terrain: footpath, bridleway, field edge, woodland, road/pavement. Elevation: start 184m, high 199m, low 172m Weather: warm, humid, overcast, little or no wind 18°C

This was an 8.24 mile circular walk from Cholesbury SE to Bellington, SW to Asheridge, SW to Chartridge, WNW close to Lee Common, NNE to Buckland Common and E to Cholesbury. All of the route was rural and wholly in Buckinghamshire....
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Dorset Group: Shillingstone/Hambledon Hill/Child Okeford 08/10/2017

12 Oct 2017 | Dorset Group

The start-point for the walk proved difficult to find for some of the participants, and at 10.50 there were still only three of us, However, we eventually amassed a party of ten, eager to ascend the heights of Hambledon Hill. The first mile or so was easy-going on the Trailway created from the former S&D railway trackbed.

The day was sunny and warm and once on the hill summit there was much conjecture as to the identities of far distant hills and features.

Some of us picnicked where we could enjoy the outstanding views; others descended into Child Okeford where they enjoyed a plentiful Sunday roast....
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