Salesbury Exploration Group walks

List of walks for 2010

1859-Jan-2010Wheelton and White Coppice Winter WalkA new year, a new walk in the environs of Chorley, organised by Peter and Linda Corbett. An excellent snowy day with temperatures well below freezing and blue skies. After crossing some farmland towards Heapey, Sixteen people and the dog followed past reservoirs to White Coppice with lunch at the frozen cricket pitch. After lunch, we were treated to the delights of a snow laden Goit Valley before returning to Wheelton and some refreshment back at the Dresser's Arms.
1866-Feb-2010Abbeystead and Wyre ValleyA trip to a more remote but beautiful part of the north of our county. Twenty walkers turned up on a misty morning to discover Bowland basking in sunshine. We followed parts of the Wyre Way and crossed the Grosvenor Estate with its commanding views of the grouse moors. Organised by Graham Harwood.
18713-Mar-2010GrassingtonA visit to the Yorkshire dales for the beginning of spring. Organised by John Conway.
18824-Apr-2010SilverdaleAnother chance to enjoy the delights of this Lancashire beauty spot. Organised by Vanessa Yates.
18915-May-2010Elterwater, Lake DistrictWalking weekend - see the weekends page for more information
19016-May-2010Elterwater, Lake DistrictWalking weekend - see the weekends page for more information
19119-Jun-2010Scout Scar and HelsingtonNot quite in the Lake District but rural idyll and fine views. Organised by John Robinson.
19216-Oct-2010Stocks ReservoirA 7.5 mile autumn walk to start the season around Stocks reservoir and Slaidburn district. Organised by John Conway.
19313-Nov-2010Hurst Green - Three RiversA local walk centred on the Hurst Green area with the opportunity for refreshments in the Bailey's Arms in time for the rugby. Seventeen people and two dogs was a great turn-out for a day plagued with heavy rain showers. Great walk nonetheless. Organised by Stuart Hirst.
19411-Dec-2010Whalley circular winter warmerA shorter walk starting at Spring Wood car park Whalley. A six mile circular route encompassing hill and river. Six attendees with two dogsOrganised by Graham Harwood.