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An outdoor activities club for active and adventurous people living in and around London who like walking, cycling, hillwalking, kayaking and exploring. All ages welcome - at present majority are in late 30s to 50s. W
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18 Sep 2017

Photos from recent trips away

We've had trips away to 7 different places in the last 2 months:  Eastbourne 80th anniversary weekend in Eastbourne (including walking the Seven Sisters and South Downs), walking in the Dolomites, cycling in Holland, walking in Exmoor, cycling in Denmark, sea kayaking, walking and cycling near Chichester, walking in Devon.

And here are the relevant photo albums for these trips (other than Eastbourne which is too recent to have a photo album yet).  If you wave your cursor over each one, you will see arrows that allow you to scroll through all the photos in the relevant album.

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Walking in the Dolomites September 2017
Cycling in Holland September 2017
Minehead August Bank Holiday Weekend 2017
Danish Islands Cycling Adventure August 2017
Sea kayaking, cycling, and walking weekend in Chichester, August 2017
Slapton Sands, Devon weekend July 2017

5 Sep 2017

Exmoor August Bank Holiday weekend

We stayed at Base Lodge (a grade II listed Victorian house) located close to Exmoor and the South West Coast path.

Exmoor is ideal for walking, mountain biking, wildlife spotting and other outdoor adventures. There is a wide range of landscape types within walking distance: coastal, woodland and moorland, and traditional pretty rural villages.  

The walks included Minehead to Porlock via Dunkery Beacon - lots of colour on Exmoor and some excellent views and a very pretty circular walk from Minehead via the picturesque village of Selworthy.

Check out the gorgeous photos from this weekend  Minehead August Bank Holiday Weekend 2017

6 Aug 2017

What sort of walks do we do

Walks, hikes, rambles, whatever you call them, are the backbone of our outdoor calendar (highlighted in grey).  We normally have around three walks every week.

Many are day walks ranging from 8 to 16 miles while others are shorter afternoon or evening walks

Some day walks are in the countryside surrounding London in the Oyster Card Zones and others further out in South east England:  North and South Downs, Chilterns, Sussex and Kent coasts.  We normally use public transport to access the start and of walks as this makes it easy to organise and get to from any part of London.  It also enables us to do many linear walks rather than being restricted to circular walks.

Sometimes we stop at pubs for lunch, but you are welcome to bring your own sandwiches.

Many of our trips away are based around walks - walking weekends or longer to the Lake District, Scottish and Welsh mountains, Yorkshire Dales, Peak District and coastal and moorland areas.  We usually have several walking trips abroad to places such as the Dolomites and alps.  

Why not try us out?  Non-members can come on up to three walks (or other outdoor events) to try us out for FREE.

So check out our events calendar, choose a walk, cycle ride or other type of event and come along and find out what you've been missing.  Photos of various various walks, cycle rides and trips away 

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