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Saturday 19th April  Curraghchosaly , Gortin Glens is our next ramble. Parking at the History Park we will explore the western area of the Glens.  Mixed terrain, Gaiters needed for downhill bog section. Approx 7 miles taking over 4 hours.

Causeway Coast Challenge Walk.

This event, brought to you by the Bannside Ramblers for the 36th year, is as popular as ever and you are cordially invited to take part in this years event which is on Sunday 4th  May 2014.

Arrangements are the same as previous years with registration at Portballentrae village hall between 8.00am and 9.00am and walkers are expected to complete the 30km route via the Giants Causeway to Dunseverick harbour and back by 5.00pm to qualify for receipt of a signed certificate and badge.

Participants are reminded to bring their own packed lunch and water and wear suitable clothing and footwear for possible inclement weather.

Further details can be accessed on this website

The New Schedule has now been posted on this site and a printed copy handed/posted out.Please note that the walks on Saturday 5th April and Saturday 3rd May have been switched from the printed copies.We visit the Dungonnell Way  in April and the Bragan Walk now in May.

A wide and varied spring/summer schedule has been put together by our Walks coordinator. The first six rambles are all in different counties and our first repeat is to County Antrim. In fact Antrim , a County often neglected in recent programmes , features heavily in the upcoming one. Rathlin Island and their Highest mountain Trostan among the highlights.

Old favourites such as Muckish, Sawel and Knockalla Ridge are included as well as regular haunts such as the Glens and Bluestacks. Also look out for six earlier departures including four 8.30am starts to the Mournes and a Navigational Skills day at Mullaghcarn

Diary Date: Club Walking Weekend 
Friday
23 - Sunday 25 May
Hotel  Ballina, Ballina, Co Mayo


Introduction to Club and New Members info

Sperrin LandscapeBased in Omagh (often referred to as Omagh Walking Club) the Club has over 100 members.  Walks take place on alternate Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year, departing from Omagh Leisure Centre Car Park at 09.30am  Examples of the places we go and the sort of walks we do can be found in Walk Reports.

New walkers are welcome to join us for a free trial walk.
If unsure of your ability try a Grade C Walk first.
For your enjoyment and safety please follow the club rules.   For more information refer to our FAQs [Frequently Asked Questions] or contact any member of the committee You can also find us on Facebook.


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NEXT WALKS

Saturday 19th April

Curraghchosaly , Gortin Glens

Grade B

Contact Ian Cathcart

07788 436052

Sunday April 27th

8.30 Start

Grade B   Sligo Area

Contact Terri & John Monaghan

02882 246087