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Walking Diners

The Old Lodge Hotel, Malton,

3rd March 2018


 We are keen to promote car sharing and either the walk leader or the walks coordinator will assist when possible in reducing the number of vehicles travelling to the start of walks by arranging car sharing. ​Phone numbers and e-mail addresses are shown on the back of the programme. For more details of how we run our club please click on the Information tab on the menu bar above to read the FAQs. If you want to locate the start of any walk click on the grid reference in red on the walk description to the right of this column to open up a map window. 


The social side of our group is important. We hold an annual summer BBQ after a walk and some members are part of the "Walking Diners" and go out for meals from time to time in an evening.  Quite often after a walk you will find us calling at a cafe, ice cream parlour or pub before we head off home. Two or three times every year we organise walking holidays for our active members - both in UK and abroad.


If you would like come on a "taster walk" you can either telephone or e-mail us on the link below or just turn up. Weekend walks can vary between around five and twelve miles in length so check your ability and look at the ascent and grading (Easy, Moderate or Challenging). This is always indicated in the programme. To view the programme click the green button on the bottom right of this page.  If you enjoy your first walk and come again the annual subscription for 2017 of £7 is due on your second walk. This helps offset our expenses and keep this website going. Our group is affiliated to the Ramblers and we strongly support their aims and objectives. We hold civil liability insurance to help protect our leaders and members.


Click on this link to download and print our current pdf walk programme. 


Members of our group enjoy a 10% discount from local walking shop Trailblazer in Pickering. We are also a member of the Walking Partnership initiative with Ramblers Holidays, where there are incentives for both the member and our group should you book a holiday with the company.


For more info Tel: Geoff on 01723 859951 

or e-mail Eric or Geoff   (e-mail on the back of the walk programme)

Welcome to Ryedale Walking Group! We are Ryedale's biggest and most successful independent walking group with over 100 members based in North Yorkshire. The group was formed in September 2006 and became affiliated to the Ramblers in April 2009. The majority of our members live between Scarborough and York.  

Our well managed group is run by a committee of eight members. We walk together every weekend and occasionally on weekdays all year round and on weekday evenings in the summer... follow the link from the panel on your right to our varied walk programme to see where we may be heading to next......

Walking Holiday

Walking the Public Rights of Way of Yorkshire and beyond

Our Walking Group in North Yorkshire


Affiliated to the Ramblers

Mar

Elan Valley Lodge (Mid Wales)

April 2018

Contact Eric or any committee

member for more details

Membership renewal reminder

Reminder to existing members who may have forgotten that the subs of £7 are due by 28 Feb . If you do not renew, your name will be removed from the membership list,  you will no longer receive emails regarding walks, forth coming events and possible short break walking holidays organised by  RWG.

Please contact Robin, Membership Sec


 

Coming soon ...

The “Tornado Trail”

6 miles (easy) 500ft
Park/Start 10:15 Pickering Pool car park (SE798835)

A chance to see the legendary Tornado locomotive!
 www.nymr.co.uk/Event/Tornado

for more details


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Mar

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Mar

Welburn and Henderskelfe pub walk

5.75 miles (easy) 500ft
Park/Start 10:00 Crown & Cushion, Welburn
(SE720680)
Optional pub lunch at Crown and Cushion after walk


Mar

 

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Terrington, High Stittenham and North Carr Hill

10 miles (moderate) 1000ft, with a shorter option of 5.7 miles
Park/Start 10:00 Terrington Village Hall (SE671704)
Honesty box for parking. The route is a “Figure 8”,returning to Terrington for lunch, then continuing, so
if you prefer a shorter walk, finish at lunch stop.





Cockayne and Rudland Rigg

5 miles (moderate)
Park/Start 10:30 Careful roadside parking at
Cockayne, at the head of Bransdale (SE621984)