Saturday, 25 May 2019 (Group: Glasgow)
Meeting time 9:25
4 miles / 6.4 km
From Renfrew High Street, we will pass the 1877 Town Hall and head down to the slipway for the Renfrew Ferry, where there is still a passenger service across the River Clyde to Yoker. After a short distance, we will follow a woodland path which will take us back to the riverside, which we will follow to a navigation beacon officially called the Blythswood Light, but nicknamed Wee Blinky. Soon we will reach the confluence of the River Cart with the River Clyde. The River Cart is formed only ¾ mile upstream, by the confluence of the White and Black Cart Waters. We will walk alongside the River Cart and then the White Cart Water, reaching some ancient stones associated with 7th century St. Conval and the 17th century Earl of Argyll, before crossing Inchinnan Road beside the Bascule Bridge. Our route will continue beside the White Cart Water, before heading away and through Kirklandneuk and Robertson Parks, back to the Town Centre.
Saturday, 25 May 2019 (Group: Strathkelvin)
Meeting time 8:50
8.1 miles / 13 km
This walk takes in Lang Craigs, Doughnot and Duncolm hills along with Black Linn, Fynloch and Loch Humphrey
Meeting time 8:20
7 miles / 11.2 km
Road, tracks, uneven path up the Poets Glen
Saturday, 25 May 2019 (Group: Balerno)
8 miles / 12.9 km
East Lothian Coastal Walk. Park cars at Aberlady, bus to Dirleton [bring bus passes] walk north to coast then westwards passing Gullane Bay to Aberlady. PD £4.50
Saturday, 25 May 2019 (Group: Coventry)
10 miles / 16.1 km
(Estimated finish time: 17:30)
Meet at Park and Ride, Memorial Park, Coventry 10 minutes before the 08.30 departure time to share cars. A voluntary contribution of £9.00 towards the driver’s costs is suggested if car sharing.
Saturday, 25 May 2019 (Group: Edinburgh)
Start time 0:00
10.3 miles / 16.5 km
An excellent circuit of the corrie holding Lochan nan Cat, the finest feature of the range. The recently-promoted Munro of An Stuc involves a steep scramble but is optional
6.5 miles / 10.5 km
Following the canal towpath from Broxburn to the Almond Aqueduct. Then descending the steps to follow the River Almond to Mid Calder
Linear Innerleithen to Walkerburn via Cheesewell.
Saturday, 25 May 2019 (Group: Wigtownshire)
6 miles / 9.7 km
A walk to the tree with a view
Saturday, 25 May 2019 (Group: Linlithgow)
Meeting time 5:55,
Start time 6:00
10.3 miles / 16.5 km
Aonach Beag and Aonach Mor from Glen Nevis. The proposed route from Glen Nevis avoids the ski developments on this ascent of two of Britain's highest mountains. This route gives a feeling of wildness which may be lacking if these summits are approached from the gondola on their northern slopes. The route crosses a wide summit plateau with steep flanks; and the descent from Aonach Mor is steep with boggy ground at lower levels.