Spring - Feb
Summer - May to July
Autumn - Aug to Oct
Winter - Nov to Jan
Sunday walks These can vary in length from 9 to 17 miles and/or appropriate to the season and vary in grading from Easy mostly on flat paths to Hard with a lot of gradient i.e. hill climbs. An indication is given on the programme.
The Wednesday walks are organized on a less formal basis on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Please Email or phone the Program Secretary Chris Fairhall on 01332 830650 for details. Wednesday walks are of approximately six miles long usually locally to Derby City. We start from a pub and go there for lunch after the walk.
The club has a number of weekends away each year please see the current programme for the latest infromation.
We encourage all members to lead a walk using the information below to help. The on-line walk form can be used to provide the information required when submitting a walk for the programme. Alternatively email the Program Secretary Chris Fairhall with the information requested by the walk form (MS word.doc)
If you need any additional help please contact the please Email or phone the Programme Secretary Chris Fairhall on 01332 830650 who will help or find someone who can give any additional information required.
If you are looking for inspiration for a walk have a browse though a collection of old programmes.
Members are invited to share their experience with club members on the service provided by Public Houses, Inns, Hotels and Cafes. This information will provide guidance to members when considering a suitable lunchtime venue when planning club walks.
Sunday and Wednesday walks start at 10.00am unless otherwise stated in the programme. Please meet by 9.45am.
On the morning of the walk if there is any doubt that the walk will not take place due to unforeseen circumstance e.g. weather conditions please telephone the walk leader.
The distance and approximate grading are dependent on the terrain and time of year.
Please ensure you are properly equipped for the time of year, weather condition and terrain.
A torch or head touch should be carried incase a walk has to be completed in darkness.