• Isle of Harris

    Bayhead

    Isle of Harris Spring 2019 From glorious sandy beaches to wild hills, there's something for us all on the beautiful Isle of Harris. Stay for up to 7 days or just for a few days - the choice is yours. Self catering accommodation available at Bayhead, Rodel. http://www.bayhead-harris.co.uk/index.html Cost of this will be in the region of £90 to £115 per person for the 7 nights. At the moment we have the main house booked (for 5 - 6 people) but if we move quickly we can also book the adjoining flat and accommodate up to 9 people. Accommodation costs must be paid up front as I am not prepared to be out of pocket if people cancel. Alternatively book your own accommodation in the Rodel / Bayhead area (B&Bs available). Ferry details at https://www.calmac.co.uk/article/2991/Harris-Uig---Tarbert. Book early if taking a vehicle (I'm advised that the Saturday ferries get very busy). Foot passengers can just turn up. Flexible itinerary, no set walks, we'll decide at the time what we want to do. Some suggestions here https://www.visitouterhebrides.co.uk/see-and-do/activities/walking plus more information on Isle of Harris at http://www.explore-harris.com/.

  • Fife Pilgrim Way 6 : Ceres to St Andrews

    Ceres car park

    Final section of the FPW from Ceres to St Andrews Distance: 10 miles Ascent: 180m Terrain: paths/tracks Grade: Bronze Estimated time: 4 - 5 hours What to bring: packed lunch, dress appropriate for weather and wear appropriate footwear £1 guest fee for non members Meeting Place. Ceres car park next to folk museum Return to Ceres from St Andrews by bus at the end of the day Please ensure you have read our participation agreement at https://fifeoutandabout.weebly.com/participation-agreement.html before joining the walk

  • Beinn an t-Sithean (Trossachs) - easy hill

    Broch Cafe

    This walk could be changed to the Sunday rather than the Saturday if that suits people better. A relatively easy hill with excellent views over Strathyre. Distance: 4.5 miles Ascent: 450m Terrain: forest track (steep in places), grass/heather hill path, maybe a short bit of off path on the descent. Grade: silver Estimated time: 4 hours What to bring: hill walking kit as per list at https://fifeoutandabout.weebly.com/kit-list.html £1 guest fee for non-members Proposed route: from car park across river and along quiet road to reach start of forest path/tracks. Steep ascent on forest track (we will take our time) to close to viewpoint summit. Hill path to viewpoint and across to actual summit. Return to viewpoint and make our way down the hill to rejoin the forest tracks for descent. Meeting place: Forestry Commission car park next to the Broch Cafe in Strathyre. Please ensure you have read our participation agreement at https://fifeoutandabout.weebly.com/participation-agreement.html before joining this walk.

  • Evening Walk - Saline Hill

    Miners Welfare Club, Steelend

    A favourite from previous years but this year we'll do it in the Spring to avoid the overgrown vegetation. Distance: 3.5 miles Ascent: 270m Terrain: paths/tracks plus off path on the descent Grade: red What to bring: lightweight walking boots £1 guest fee for non-members Proposed route: https://fifewalking.com/fife-walks/saline-hill-knock-hill-walk-west-fife/ Meeting place: Miners Welfare Club, Steelend. Please be at the meeting place and ready to start walking at the start time as this is when we will be departing. If you are not ready we may leave without you. Please ensure you have read our participation agreement at https://www.meetup.com/Fife-Out-and-About/pages/22697133/Participation_Statement_-_please_read/ before joining the walk.

  • Provisional - Loch Ossian

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    Loch Ossian / Corrour. Hills or walk round the loch

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