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Before you decide on joining, please read the following.

We are not affiliated to ramblers Yorkshire (part of the Ramblers Association) We are a separate walking group entirely. If you need to find further info on their walks please go to:

http://www.ramblersyorkshire.org

Our walk leaders are not generally fully qualified but we take safety on the walks very seriously and check out the routes in advance to the best of our abilities.

For extra info click here (http://www.meetup.com/The-Bradford-Ramblers/boards/thread/48587042)

On a final note of caution

If you are running late or unable to come, PLEASE contact the walk leader to let them know. Walk hosts will generally give anything up to 15 minutes grace period but it is unfair to keep a large group waiting for long.

As with other groups within Meetup, we offer a 3 strikes policy. This means that if you fail to let the walk leader know about walks that you have RSVP'd to and do not show up, then you will get an email reminder and may be removed from the group.

Also, please note that if you have not visited the site or not attended a walk in 12 months, you may be removed from the group. However, you can re-join again at anytime.

For more information. Please read our disclaimer here (http://www.thebradfordramblers.com/messages/boards/thread/32917202)

Thank you for reading this information.

Steve (organiser)

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Upcoming events (4)

Walk from Dacre Banks (9 miles)

Oak Lane

£1.00

Meet outside the Royal Oak Pub. There is a small public car park by the pub, or alternatively roadside parking in the village. Please be considerate of local peoples needs. Car sharing is encouraged! Our route takes the old railway track toward Pyefield House, here we take field paths ascending to Dacre. We leave Dacre and taking fieldpaths and lanes to reach Heyshaw. We now follow the Nidderdale Way. At High Hood Gap we descend to reach Harewell Hall. Then make our way back to Dacre via lanes. Your event host has no formal qualifications as a walk leader. The walk will have been recced prior to being announced, and is there to guide you along the route, and make sure everyone stays together. Please be aware you are responsible for your own safety, and mindful of others safety. Requirements: Packed lunch and drinks, walking boots, fleece, waterproof coat and trousers. Well behaved dogs are allowed, but should be placed on a leash when near livestock.

Join me for a walk over no mans land between Yorkshire and Lancashire

Join me for a 7.5 miles walk starting from the lovely Hamlet of Laycock near keighley, through goose eye and keighley moor reservoir. We'll pass the impressive church farm built in 1671 and which actually contains a church. Parking is available outside the memorial hall where the road is wider. I'm sure we'll have a fun day and finish with a drink at the Turkey ! £1.00 payable or why not pay £10 for a full years membership 😊

Arncliffe 9 mile circular walk, via Kettlewell & Starbotton.

Starting our walk passing the 12 century church of St Oswald and following the river Skirfare along fieldpaths to Hawkswick. Here we ascend around Knipe Scar and on to Kettlewell, then on to Starbotton on slightly elevated fieldpaths with the river Wharfe to our left. Leaving Starbotton we cross the river and ascend to Moor End Fell, then a steep ascent to Old Cote Moor. Then descend back to Arncliffe. Your event host has no formal qualifications as a walk leader. The walk will have been recced prior to being announced, and is there to guide you along the route, and make sure everyone stays together. Please be aware you are responsible for your own safety, and mindful of others safety. Requirements: Packed lunch and drinks, walking boots, fleece, waterproof coat and trousers. Well behaved dogs are allowed, but should be placed on a leash when near livestock.

Baildon Moor and Gill Beck 7 miles

Hawksworth Road

This is a slight variation on a walk we previously did from Hawksworth. This time we start on the road coming out of Baildon (parking at car park further up the road after the cattle grid). We head down to Gill Beck and then climb up to Hawksworth for a great view towards Baildon Moor. After dropping back down to the beck we cross the road and head up Sconce Lane, eventually circling round and returning over Baildon Moor. Guinness in the pub afterwards for Paddy's Day is optional!

Past events (354)

Almscliff Crag from Norwood Edge 10 miles

Norwood Edge Car Park

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