Annan Walking Group had its first walk in July 2003. Our Group continues to have regular walks on the second Sunday and fourth Saturday of each month.
Next Walk Notice: click for details of the next walk in 2017, Canonbie
2017 AWAY DAY to Keswick: click here for details
The walks, normally up to 6 miles duration, offer great variety and may be local or take us into Kirkcudbrightshire, Cumbria (Eden Valley, Lake District etc.) or throughout the length and breadth of Dumfriesshire.
We use Annandale Transport Initiative's minibus and car share. In addition we have an Away-Day each year, which takes us further afield and incorporates a post-walk meal to round off a good day out. Similarly a biennial Weekend-Away has now established itself with Whitby, Oban, Hawes and Whitby again being the walk base for the 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014 trips.
Walk Notices are always posted above. For further information about the Group please contact either:
h Colin Thomson (Secretary)
h Alan Scott (Walk Co-ordinator) r 01461 202730 or 07759214242
r 01461 204143 (Maureen Kane)
Membership costs £5.00 per annum for those over 16 and may be obtained by contacting the above.
Non-members may join the walks - the first walk is free, thereafter there is a Walk Fee of £2.00 per walk payable to the Coordinator on the day (fee does not apply to under 16s).
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