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Evening Walks

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Affiliated to The Ramblers Association

Walks

Saturday Walks

The club run three walks every Saturday and four walks in the summer months, A or B+, B, C and D.

Walk

Designated

Distance

1

“A” Walk

12/18 Miles

“B+” Walk

12 Miles

2

“B” Walk

10 Miles

3

“C” Walk

7/8 Miles

4

“D” Walk

5 Miles

If you are new to walking you can start on the C or D walks and work your way up to the A walks if you need more challenging excercise.

whitby Way
Totley

Group walk co-ordinators

SATURDAY

“A” Group

Vivienne 01924-478604

“B+” Group

Elaine 01924-278695

“B” Group

Pat 01924-360485

“C” Group

John 01924-378948

“D” Group

Ron 01924-892585

WEDNESDAY

5 mile

Maureen 01924-374541

10 mile

Stuart 01924-422616

12 mile

Elaine 01924-278695

EVENING

 

Llew 01924-366655

 

Wednesday Walks

Monks Road

There are two walks. One walk is 5 miles every week and the other walk alternates between 10 or 12 miles.

Evening Walks

Evening walks round the Wakefield area run from May to August and are 4.5 to 5 miles, all walks start at 7pm prompt. Walking time is approximately 2 hours.

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Walk Grades

Grading walks is very difficult because everyone’s perception of what is an easy or hard walk is always going to be different. Some people just look at the mileage, but the terrain and speed of the walk are also very important. To help you decide on your capabilities the Walks Co-ordinators and walk leaders will attempt to grade the walk using all three criteria. It is possible that the leader has not walked the route prior to publication of the walk schedule and is unable to grade the walk at this stage. If you require a walk grading before deciding to attempt a walk and there are no details on the programme, please contact the walk leader for  information.

  • Grade S

(Strenuous) A challenging walk compared to others of that length within the programme

  • Grade H

(Hard) A taxing walk compared to others of that length within the programme

  • Grade M

(Moderate) A moderated walk compared to others of that length within the programme

  • Grade E

(Easy) An easy walk compared to others of that length within the programme

Click here for a full description of the club walking guidelines.

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