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Bolton Wanderers Walking Group

 It’s free to join, not a Club where costs and rules apply.

 To join the Bolton group or for more information, please contact Jim Sellars 017683 62363


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Bolton Wanderers

4th Monday each month (except December (2nd Monday)). Meet at the Memorial Hall at 9:30.

All walks are weather dependent, but the plan is to stick to this list unless the weather is totally unsuitable.
The aim is to make all walks about 8 miles.

Jan.  Crosby Garrett Fell. Ruth and John.

Feb. Blease Fell. John and Jim.

Mar. Watendlath and Ashness Peter and Christine.

April. Nine Standards Rigg. John and Jim May. Asby Fell and Potts Valley. Ruth and John.

June. Unknown. Geoff and Dave.

July. Sale Fell and Ling Fell. John Gore Aug. Gt. Dun Fell. John and Jim.

Sept. Harter Fell. Chris Wilkinson.

Oct. Blencathra. John M.

Nov. Dodd Fell. John and Jim.

Dec. Eyecot Hills and Greystoke Forest. John and Jim.


The Strollers programme will restart in Spring 2018 with a series of 3 or 4 mile strolls during the, hopefully, better weather !

 The inaugural walk in December (a 9 mile circular in the Great Asby area) attracted 12 walkers and was a great success. Monthly walks are planned.  The walks are a little longer and more challenging than those of the Morland Walking Group.

The "Strollers" section provides sociable walks of short distances (about 3 miles) with an equal emphasis on talking and viewing as well  as walking.  Open to anyone.