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Moderate walk with Huddersfield Ramblers

About the event

Amongst our many walks of varying grades Huddersfield Ramblers 'C' walks are on Saturday afternoons once a month. They are aimed at families, people who lack the time for longer walks, or those seeking to become more active or to return to fitness. All are welcome. Please note that whilst moderate these walks are still countryside walks, and so stiles, rough or boggy/muddy ground and hills may be encountered.

One of them is taking place today. Please see the links under Further Information for more details and a contact number if you have any queries.

Our walks are open to adults, and children accompanied by adults. People can try a few walks for free, but will be required to join The Ramblers if they want to continue.

Please make sure you're fit enough and have the right footwear and clothing for the walk you want to do. You can contact the group or leader if in doubt.

Covid 19: please check our website under Further Information for our current policy and any measures we apply.

Dates and venues

  • Saturday 14 August 2021 - 1:30pm, A 4.5 mile walk from Carlile Street car park, Meltham entitled Jonah's Seat.
  • Saturday 18 September 2021 - 1:30pm, A 4.5 mile walk from Lumb Lane lay-by car park, just below Castle Hill entitled Nearly the Autumn Equinox.
  • Saturday 16 October 2021 - 1:30pm, A 4.5 mile walk from Lockwood railway station, entitled Lockwood Spa Walk.
  • Saturday 20 November 2021 - 1:30pm, A 4.5 mile walk from Carlile Street car park, Meltham, entitled Cock Crowing Stone.
  • Saturday 18 December 2021 - 1:30pm, A 4.5 mile walk from Carlile Street car park, Meltham, entitled Rebels and Follies.

Further information

Themes

Children up to age 12 (including family events, pantomimes and Santa) Events suitable for children up to around aged 12, also family events. Includes pantomimes and visiting Santa.
Walks, rides and conservation Please see under Events for walks, cycle and horse rides and conservation activities. From short town trails, to strolls around charming valleys and hikes across the Pennine moors, there's usually something for everyone.