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Sat 18th Apr Westmorland (5)
A Walk - Tebay to Shap
B Walk - Tebay to Shap

A Walk: 11 miles
B Walk: 8.5 miles
Sat 16th May England 1 v Wales 0
A Walk - Pen-y-ghent
B Walk - Ribble Way/Pennine Bridleway to Settle
A Walk: 11 miles
B Walk: 8 miles
Sat 20th June England 1 v Wales 1
A Walk - Drum
B Walk - Aber N Wales Coastal Path
A Walk: 11 miles
B Walk: 9 miles
Sat 18th July England 2 v Wales 1
A Walk - The Old Man of Coniston
B Walk - Tarn Hows, Cumbria Way
A Walk: 8 miles
B Walk: 8 miles
Sat 15th August England 2 v Wales 2
A Walk - Tal-y-Fan
B Walk - Penmaenmawr Circular
A Walk: 10 miles
B Walk: 7.5 miles
Sat 19th Sept England 3 v Wales 2
A Walk - The Calf, Howgills
B Walk - Rawthey Valley
A Walk: 9.5 miles
B Walk: 8 miles
SUNDAY 18th Oct England 3 v Wales 3
A Walk - Llantysilio Mountain
B Walk - Clwydian Way to Corwen
A Walk: 10 miles
B Walk: 9 miles

3rd Saturday walks

This summer's theme is English vs Welsh mountains alternating between the two countries to compare and contrast terrain. We kick off with Pen-y-ghent (2277ft) and respond with Drum (2520ft). Our highest peak is The Old Man of Coniston(2633ft). Stone circles and standing stones surround the plateau of Tal-y-Fan and the ascent of The Calf is via Cautley Spout. The final walk, Llantysilio, is the double peaks of Moel y Gaer (1653ft) and Moel Morfydd (1804ft).

The shorter walks are drawn from sections of the long distance paths of the Ribble Way, Pennine Bridleway, North Wales Coastal Path, the Cumbria and Clwydian Ways.These scenic routes will visit Aber Falls, Tarn Hows and Coniston Water, Fairy Glen, the Rawthey Valley and Cautley Spout.