What a magnificent day, clear blue skies and a gentle breeze just look at those photos! Eleven scooters and an army of walkers set off back along the tarmacked track. After a short rest in the shade of farm buildings we headed out on to open fells. We had now been going for about three […]
Relating to rambles organised by the DR
Leaving Ilmington, we quickly gained enough height to catch a breeze, so an otherwise hot day was just right, and some great views began to unfold. Before heading for Hidcote Gardens, we stopped at Foxcote House, where we were treated to coffee and biscuits in the beautiful grounds. Many thanks to Nigel and his team. […]
This week there are five Regional Rambles: Monday 21st July: Beddgelert Forest, Snowdonia. Tuesday 22nd July: Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire The Roman Road, Snowdonia Wednesday 23rd July: Ilmington, Warwickshire Thursday 24th July: Tarnbrook Fell, Lancashire See Regional Rambles for details or contact email@example.com
As with all rambles we were hoping desperately for good weather – and luckily, it was perfect!!! 12 scooters and 4 walkers started off at the car park of The White Swan pub, right alongside the river and very popular in the area with locals because of the beautiful river flowing alongside. See Photos for […]
On Wednesday 23rd July, Eileen S is running a Regional Ramble from Ilmington to Hidcote .7.6 miles, Cat 2+. “This is a lovely ramble, where we can take in a typically ‘picture perfect’Cotswold village before setting off over high downs to see the Cotswold views.” See Regional Rambles for details. Please note that all Regional […]
Val is running a ramble on Saturday 23rd August. See Regional Rambles for details.
Terry is running two rambles in Snowdonia. Monday 21st July. Beddgelert Forest. 5 miles Cat 3 Tuesday 22nd July. Part of the old Roman Road from near Aber Fall to near Rowen. 6 miles approx. Cat 3+. Book with Terry Taylor: firstname.lastname@example.org See Regional Rambles for details.
Lancashire Regional Ramble:- Knott End & Preesall - Thursday 21st August 6 miles. Category:- Moderate ; 2 This is short ramble starting at 10am with expected finish time of 2pm Start:- Knott End, Lancashire Cost:- £2 concessions £3 others Tramper Available – subject to booking with 01995 602125 Facilities:- Bring a packed lunch. There is […]
Gavin is offering 5 regional rambles in the Chilterns between July and September: 1) Tue 8 July. Wendover Woods, Nr.Tring, Herts 2) Tue 22 July. Leighton Buzzard, Beds 3) Thur 7 Aug. Coombe Hill 4) Sat 30 Aug Rowsham, Nr Aylesbury, Bucks 5) Sun 14 Sep Ashridge Park, Herts See Regional Rambles for details
We have just been told that NO DOGS are allowed on the ramble. As it is all on private land, it seems that even assistance dogs are excluded Lancashire Regional Ramble Thursday 24th July Tarnbrook Fell near Abbystead. LA2 9BS There is still a Lancashire loan Tramper available for this ramble and a couple of places […]
Lancashire Regional Ramble Thursday 24th July Tarnbrook Fell near Abbystead. LA2 9BS There is still a Lancashire loan Tramper available for this ramble and a couple of places for ramblers who can bring their own scooter. Sorry, but no dogs are allowed. As this is all on private land, this exclusion applies to Assistance dogs. […]
You can see the tracks we took during our Northern Rambles on an App called ViewRanger. Just click on the link to see the route. On the map, The small blue & ref ‘FR icons along the way mark the point at which the attached photo was taken. Click on the icon to see the […]
SOUTHERN REGIONAL RAMBLE – NEW FOREST CHALLENGE, 30TH MAY 2014-06-08 This was different to our usual format in that we set a little challenge by going slightly “off piste” on a track which was quite rutted and rather muddy! We had an exceptional turnout of 13 scooters, with some members who haven’t been for a […]
The reports and photos from Sizergh Regional Ramble, Leighton Moss and Arnside Knott are all now on the Photos page. So far we have dodged the rain. Let’s hope the weather is kind for us tomorrow for High Hare Head. The Sizergh estate is well worth a visit. See http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sizergh/