Salesbury Exploration Group walks

List of walks for 2016

2479-Jan-2016WilpshireTwenty one walkers and three dogs on the walk. The day was reasonable given the recent weather, a little dull but bright spells and fresh air lifted our spirits before the excellent hospitality back at the Wilpshire Hotel. The parish boundary walk followed by food at the Wilpshire Hotel. Walk leader: Stuart Hirst
2486-Feb-2016RamsbottomA seven mile walk with a mixture of moorland views and the Irwell Vale this winter walk is in the shadow of Holcombe Moor. Walk leader: Graham Harwood
2495-Mar-2016Crummack Dale and Sulber NickLimestone country near Ingleton for this late winter walk. Walk leader: Alan Walkden
25016-Apr-2016Haworth and Bronte CountryThe milestone of our two hundred and fiftieth walk is marked by this visit to West Yorkshire. Walk leader Annette Patterson
2517-May-2016Cartmel and HampsfellAn exploration of the Cartmel penninsula. Walk leader John Conway
2524-Jun-2016Under Wolf FellPostponed from the 5th December due to continuing gales and rain and postponed until summer 2016 because of continuing storms and floods. Starting from the car park in Chipping, a seven mile exploration of this lovely part of Lancashire. Walk leader: Andy Clayton.
2536-Aug-2016Wild RoeburndaleNorthern Bowland fells. Roeburndale is the location for this 8 mile exploration of this wild and remote ancient wooded valley. Starts from Bridge House Farm Cafe GR606675. Organised by Graham Harwood.
25424-Sep-2016Blacko Tower, RoughleeAnother look at Pendle witch country near Barrowford to start the season. Organised by Simon Davies.
25515-Oct-2016Pen-y-ghent and Hull PotOne of the classic Three Peaks of Yorkshire on the Pennine Way and visiting Helwith Bridge and Horton in Ribblesdale for this eight mile walk. Organised by Mike Howe.
25612-Nov-2016Heptonstall, Hebden Bridge and Great RockA fourth time of running of this popular seven mile walk last run in 2000. Organised by Andy Clayton.
25717-Dec-2016Tunbrook woods and the Ribble WayA shorter walk to finish 2016 matching the shorter days of December. Eighteen walkers and four dogs enjoyed the milder and dry conditions just before Christmas. There was fog early on, which prevented us enjoying the bit of sun that was available. The walkers convened for an end of year meal later in the day. Led by Graham Harwood.