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Rolling programme due to Covid Restrictions - Summer 2022

 Walks and Leaders needed for Spaces with !!!! Walk Required !!!! Please contact Sarah McRoberts

Date       Walk Leader Grade & Dist
Sun 24th July

Culzean

Ben Vane !!!! CANCELLED !!!!!!!

Richard Tyrrell

Sandra Bogle

 

C

A

 

Sun 30th July

Pentland Hills

 

Arran

Sue Tyrrell

 

Sarah McRoberts

A

 

C+

 

Sun 7th Aug St Johns Town of Dalry Joan Jamieson

 

C+/B TBC

 

Sat 13th Aug

Langholm Coach Trip, Leave EAC car park

08.00,   return 19.45

TBA

 

 

 

Sun 21st Aug  Glenafton Circular Sheelagh Nichol

 

B+

 

Sat 27th Aug

The Three Bens,  Arran

Carbeth

Stuart Turnbull

Rona Gilmour 

 

A+

C+

 

Sun 4th Sept Longcairn Robina Reed

 

C+

 

Sat 10th Sept

Carrick Hills

Irvine to Barrassie/Troon

Patrick Kelly

Evelyn Williams

 

B+

C

 

Sun 18th Sept

 

Barr Trails

 

East and West Lonond from Falkland

 

 

Roger Couto

 

John Walker

 

 C+

 

B+

Sat 24th Sept Fereneze Braes Sue Tyrrell

 

C+

 

       
       

Sat 3rd Sept to

Sun 11th Sept

        Ayrshire Walking Festival    
       
       
       

Notes:

1. Ayrshire Walking Festival Saturday 3 to Sunday 11 September 2022*

 

2. Ramblers walk grades are provided as general guidance only as walk gradings can depend on the time of year, weather etc.

 

(E) Easy – gentle pace and easy terrain with occasional obstruction such as a stile to negotiate

 

(L) Leisurely – leisurely pace over uneven ground, will usually include some hills and obstructions. For the fitter person with some country walking experience

 

(M) Moderate – for fairly fit people with country walking experience. Moderate pace; sustained climbs, steep ground and open country likely

 

(S) Strenuous – For experienced country walkers with above average fitness levels. May include hills and rough country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. People in doubt about their fitness should contact the organiser or leader in advance

 

(T) Technical - walks for experienced and very fit walkers with additional technical skills. May require scrambling and use of ice axes and crampons. You must contact the organiser or leader in advance for further details