|Facilitators||Elspeth Robinson & Bruce Cutler|
|Time||3rd or 4th Thursdays of month starting about 10am|
Following the latest easing of restrictions on Monday 9th August, we are currently able to return to a full complement of walkers on our outings.
Please make sure that you have read and fully considered East Renfrewshire u3a's Personal Risk Assessment Checklist before attending, and remember there will be strict adherence to any remaining Scottish Government Covid-19 Regulations during all Walking Group activities.
All the photos on this page show the Group following the guidelines which were current when that walk took place.
The Walking Group meets on the third and fourth Thursdays of the month – the same walk being repeated both weeks, giving members two dates from which to choose.
Walks are usually of about 4-6 miles/2-3 hours duration, though in the colder winter months may be shorter. Information will be provided regarding the availability of food and refreshment on the walk.
All capabilities will be taken into account when planning our walks, and members are sent details of the upcoming walk by email beforehand which will enable them to decide on its suitability. Waterproofs and stout walking footwear are essential, plus additional warm layers in the winter.
All walks are undertaken at the individual member's own risk. If you are concerned that you may have difficulties with any walk, please contact and discuss with our Walk Leader, Elspeth, as she has checked out each walk. Please also let her know of any medical condition that may impede your pace.
For further information or to join the Walking Group please contact Bruce by clicking on the Message Bird.
October 21/28: The Irvine Valley - Galston to Newmilns and back - details by email
November: Linn Park
December: Rouken Glen
April: Neilston Pad
May: Chatelherault and the Avon Gorge
June: Fereneze Braes
July: Helensburgh to Rhu
August: Kelvin Walkway and Forth & Clyde Canal
September: The Helix: Home of the Kelpies, Falkirk
Click on a picture below to see it full-size with more details.
Winter walk in Strathclyde Park