Walks


We have a varied and active walking and hiking programme and try to have at least one walk on offer each weekend. Walks vary from hill walks taking in the Munros and Corbetts to lower level coastal/countryside walks. Weekends away are also organised throughout the year.

Some examples of our walk grading and the hills that fall under each category :-

Grade A – Strenuous, for the fit, involving some or all of these factors: on high or rough ground, with steep ascents and descents. Ben More and Stob Binnein, Creag Mhor and Beinn Heasgarnich, Ben Vorlich and Stuc A Chroin, An Caisteal and Beinn a’Chroin, Tarmachan Ridge, etc.

Grade B – Moderate, demanding higher standard of fitness and stamina than C; up to 15km; no steep ascents or descents. The Cheviots, Pencaitland & Ormiston, Ben Lomond, West and East Lomond Hills, Loch Ordie and Deuchary Hill, etc.

Grade C – Easy, mainly on level ground and often on paths and tracks; suitable for beginners. Blackness Castle, St Abbs Coastal, Lithlithgow Loch, Water of Leith, Caerketton Hill and Allermuir Hill, etc.

We also have a number of members who enjoy winter walking and these are organised through our groups.

Weekends away have included –

Tulloch, Braemar, The Lakes, Glen Shiel, Ben Nevis and even a wee bothy in The Borders!

 

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Our walks aren’t always organised that far in advance but here are some that are upcoming :-

EYW Annual Photo Competition. - 29/06/2017 - 13/11/2017
White Mounth Munros - walk / camp - 23/09/2017 - 24/09/2017
Cruach Ardrain and Beinn Tulaichean - CANCELLED - 23/09/2017
Reading the Gaelic Landscape: Meall nam Fuaran Gaelic Guided Walk - 24/09/2017
Updated: Traverse of the Rum Cuillin - 29/09/2017 - 02/10/2017
Silverknowes to South Queensferry by the Dalmeny Estate - 30/09/2017
Neidpath Castle and the Great Polish Map of Scotland - 14/10/2017
Mullardoch/Affric expedition - placeholder - 27/10/2017 - 29/10/2017
Braemar Weekend 2017 (Full) - 10/11/2017 - 12/11/2017
Friday munro walk - 01/12/2017