Ponteland

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Group name: Ponteland

This group is a part of Northumbria Area.

Telephone:
01661 886310

 

Ramblers groups help people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. Most groups organise regular walks – a great way to get outside, make new friends and discover how walking boosts your health and happiness. You’re very welcome to try walking with us, or to get involved in looking after paths and green spaces and opening up new places to explore.

Ponteland Group offers walks on alternate Sundays and on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Walks are mostly circular with car sharing (if required) from the meeting point to the start of the walk. Sunday walks range from 7 to 9 miles and always include a picnic stop. Wednesday walks range from 5 to 8 miles and sometimes offer the option of a pub lunch after the walk.

Secretary - Stephen Edwards Tel. 01661 886310.

Wednesday Group - John le Rolland Tel. 01661 825408.

Meeting Place - Thornhill Road Car Park, Ponteland.

 

Click here for our current programme.

 

AKELD BURN

A Sunday walk high above Akeld Burn with Harehope Hill and Gains Law in the background. Sadly, no-one in this group is called Heather.

 

 

 

 

 

AMBLE

Our Sunday group on a walk around Amble and Low Hauxley. If you visit this area then the tea room at the NWT Reserve at Low Hauxley is recommended.

 

Photo: Julia Chandler

 

 

 

RYDAL WATER

Members of Hexham and Ponteland groups bask in some spring sunshine on their weekend away in The Lakes.


 

 

 

 

MITFORD

The Sunday group pause to soak up the sun near Mitford Castle.

 

 

Photo; Julia Chandler.

 

 

 

RIDDLEHAMHOPE

A lunch stop with a view and a convenient fallen tree, what more could the discerning rambler ask for?

 

Photo; Pat Seymour

 

 

BELDON CLEUGH

Some of the Wednesday group pause to admire the geographical phenomenon that is Beldon Cleugh.

 

Photo; Pat Seymour

 

 

THE CALF

Members of Hexham and Ponteland groups atop The Calf on our weekend away in Sedbergh.

 

 

 

 

 

WINDY GYLE

Our impromptu hillwalking sub-section discover how Windy Gyle got its name. The good looking chap on the left is Andrew, who has been signed on a Bosman to reduce the average age of the team 

 

 

 

 

MIDDLETON

Our Sunday group by the River Wansbeck. This walk was originally scheduled for a December day when, to stand at this point, would have required SCUBA equipment.

 

 

 

 

THE CHEVIOT

Our hillwalkers spotted at the summit of The Cheviot.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                           

ST MARY'S ISLAND

Our Wednesday group at St Mary's Island building up an appetite for an excellent lunch at The Beehive, Earsdon.

 

 

Photo; Pat Seymour.

 

BLOODYBUSH EDGE

The Hillwalkers again, in the gathering gloom on Bloodybush Edge.