This club is for anyone interested in hill walking at all levels who is looking to meet new people, climb a few hills and more importantly enjoy good company in the process.
We organize a wide range of walks throughout the year, and we try to accommodate different abilities. Social events and other activities are also organised which is a great way to get to know everyone.
All new members are more than welcome and hopefully once you have joined you will see what a friendly and easy going group we are.
If you have any questions on the suitability of particular walks, please do not hesitate to contact us and the organiser of the walk will get back to you. Please note that well behaved dogs are welcome but we do not advise young children to come along on high level walks.
In order to cover club costs we will ask for a contribution towards Meetup fees from time to time.
All members are responsible for their own wellbeing and safety while on the walks and this group is not liable for any accidents or injuries that occur. Our event organisers are however, very experienced and confident walkers and will ensure that any unnecessary risks are avoided.
All walkers must have the appropriate footwear, rucksack, warm clothes, waterproofs, water and lunch.
We may occasionally use members pictures which have been published on Meetup for marketing purposes (including the club Facebook page) and in walking articles. Should you not wish for your pictures to be used in this way or you do not want a picture of yourself which has been taken by another member to be used please contact us.
Any questions, please email the club inbox which is:
Not a Munro but still a good day out. Ben Cleuch via the Andrew Gannel Hill, followed by a descent over Ben Ever, then back to the car in Tillicoultry.
Steep grassy slopes up to Ben Cleuch and steep descent over Ben Ever.
Upper Mill Street, Tillicoultry
Distance: Approx. 13.5km / 8.5 miles
Time: 5.5 - 6.5 hours
Always check the weather before heading to the hills. http://www.mwis.org.uk/
Please ensure you bring food and water, walking boots and appropriate clothing including waterproofs for a day in the Scottish hills in November.
IMPORTANT. All members that come along are responsible for their own safety. Hillwalking poses a risk to personal injury or death. Those that participate accept the risks and are responsible for their own actions and participation. Ensure you have the fitness and the know how to get off the hill if the need arises.