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U3A WALKERS ULTRA GROUP DIARY 2013 2014 2015 2016
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MONTHDAYDATELEADERLOCATIONMILESGRADESTART DESCRIPTION
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2013
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MARMON11Carol PettiferWetherby to Follifoot14.5109:00Leisure CentreChanged from original walk due to adverse weather conditions.
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APRMON8Sue HowardScar House Reservoir11.5309:00Leisure CentreWalk from Middlesmoor and around Scar House Reservoir.
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MAYMON13Maura HuntBarden Moor/Cracoe Pinnacle12309:00Leisure Centre
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JUNMON10Pat BowmanHole of Horcom11.5309:00Leisure Centre
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JULMON8Ashley WyattCracoe12309:00Leisure CentreStart at Fountaine Inn Linton, circular walk along top of Cracoe Fell, and Rylstone, and behind Cracoe quarry.
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AUGMON12Michael ArnoldHope Derbyshire153/409:00Leisure CentreGreat views, ridge walking, valleys, little scrambling and a long gentle downhill at the end
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SEPMON9David CornsGargrave13309:00Leisure CentreGargrave to Eshton Moor Winterburn Reservoir and Friars Head
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OCTMON21Carol PettiferLocal309:00Leisure CentreWalk cancelled twice due to bad weather
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MARMON10Carol PettiferChop Gate13-143/409:00Leisure CentreClimb to Urra Moor to join very hilly section of Cleveland Way. Short section of easy scrambling off Wain Stones. It can be shortened to 8 miles if weather is bad.
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APRMON14Michael ArnoldGunnerside13309:00Leisure CentreUp both sides of Swaledale, through Keld, back along Pennine Way to Muker and along river to Gunnerside.
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MAYMON12Andy ShawUpper Wharfdale & Littondale15309:00Leisure CentreFrom Buckden Car Park (Pay) an easy (uphill) walk to the source of the River Wharfe (Beckermonds); then over the top to Halton Gill; easy down Littondale to Litton (possible chance of a pint here) then back over the top to Buckden.
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JUNMON9Maura HuntRunswick Bay/Whitby17309:00Leisure CentreFollow the Cleveland Way from Runswick Bay to Whitby and back again. 1 or 2 short steep bits.
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JULMON14Ken BeaumontWensleydale17309:00Leisure CentreA shortened version of the Wensleydale Wedge
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AUGMON11Peter BentleyHole of Horcum11309:00Leisure CentreA walk from the Hole of Horcum car park to Levisham Station, down the railway track to Farwath, up the valley and a steep climb to Levisham village. Back across the moor, drop down to Low Horcum and back up to car park.
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SEPMON8Sue HowardLeighton Reservoir Druids Temple11.5309:00Leisure CentreA walk to the hidden Druids Temple then on to Leighton Reservoir with a very nice tea room near the finish
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OCTMON13Ashley WyattAislabie Way12309:00Leisure CentreStudley Royal Fountains Abbey
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MARMON2Jim LobleyElslack moor10309:00Swimming BathsA walk round Eslack Moor
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APRMON13Andy ShawUpper Wharfdake12309:00Swimming BathsStart in Grassington, through Coniston, Coniston Dib, Capplestone Gate, loop round to Coniston Pie and back to Grassington by the direct route.
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MAYMON11Pat BowmanHole of Horcum14309:00Swimming BathsA delightful walk round the Hole of Horcum starting a the car park opposite the Hole
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JUNMON1Mike HareMillington - Wolds13309:00Swimming BathsStarting at Millington taking in sections of the Wolds Way, Chalk Way and Minster way. Going through Bishops Wilton and Huggate back to Millington
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JULMON6Carol PettiferBingley 5 rise locks12.5309:00Swimming BathsBingley 5 rise locks, Leeds Liverpool Canal, Goit Stock waterfalls, Havenden viaduct. Riverside paths, woods open moorland
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AUGMON3Mike ArnoldBaslow - Bakewell14308:30Station Car ParkBus from Baslow to Bakewell, climb to Wellingtons Monument then Froggatt Edge, Stoney Middeton, then down to Monsel Trail to Bakewell
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SEPMON7David CornsDenby Dale12309:00Station Car ParkA walk of approximately 12 miles through a rolling landscape of meadows and woodland starting from Denby Dale, heading through the delightful village of Cawthorne and Cannon Hall Country Park. Returning to Denby Dale via Gunthwaite Bridge and Upper Denby. Excellent views over Emley Moor and the Pennines. Fairly easy walking along field paths, tracks and quiet roads with a couple of moderate climbs the walk should take us just over 5 hours
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OCTMON5Ashley WyattFoxup Littondale9309:00Station Car ParkA circular trek from Foxup in Littondale to Cosh Knott - returning on the high level moorland arc to the path across Eller Carr. Approx 300 metres climbing during the day
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NOVMon9Andy ShawWetherby1209:00Station Car ParkThis is an extra walk to the program starting locally from Wetherby
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FEBMON6Judith CornfieldSpofforth Circular13.529.00Bay Horse Kirk DeightonPark in Kirk Deighton, walk along Harland Way to Spofforth Castle, Plumpton, Birkham Woods, Goldsborough, Ribston Hall, Walshford, Kirk Deighton
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MARMON6Mike HareHangingstone Challenge13309.00Station Car ParkStart at Guisborough
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APRMON3David CornsPenistone12309.00Station Car ParkPenistone to Harcliffe Hill, Langsett and Midhopestones
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MAYWED3Sue HowardThornton Rust10309.00Station Car ParkA walk up and down the hills starting from Thornton Rust
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JUNMON5Sue HowardLevisham16308.30Station Car Parka circular walk starting at Levisham village going across Levisham Moor round the Hole of Horcum then on The Old Wives Way, joining the Tabular Hills Walk, through Dalby Forest and back to Levisham.
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JULMON3Ashley WyattCrummockdale12309.00Station Car Park
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AUGMON7Mike ArnoldVale of Edale13309.00Station Car ParkEdale, then up Grindsbrook Clough and east along the ridge before descending back into the valley and then up Lose Hill. The walk will then be west along the ridge to Hollins Cross before descending back to Nether Booth.
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SEPMON4Adrian LockwoodLadybower loop13309.00Station Car ParkGood paths, tracks historical interest
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OCTMON2David Sutcliffe11309.00Station Car Park
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