This is the page for Paisley and District U3A Walking Group
It is on a break until the next session
Here is our brief
Members lead local walks from four to eight miles, with a break for a picnic lunch or for shorter walks a pub lunch / cafe at the end.
When is it?: Usually every fortnight on Monday morning , as arranged: put your email address on the walking group sheet and I will email you info about the next walk
Where is it?: Starting points vary around Renfrewshire.
There now follows a record of our previous walks
Walk 12 – Cumbrae ferry terminal to Millport and back (6 miles)
Onto the Ferry in Great weather for a 12 min sailing
Up the hills for great view
Mineral Well en route
View across to Arran
Did you know Millport boasts the narrowest house ?
Walk 11th June Cornlee Visitor Centre along Greenock Cut
Starting Point – Fishing Lake
The Cut – full of tadpoles, sticklebacks and newts.
Lunch break for the Group
Walk 10 - May 14th 2018 Trip round Rouken Glen
Walk 9 - April 23rd Round and About Killbarchan
Walk 8 - April 9th Johnston to Paisley via Gleniffer Braes
Cancelled due to bad weather
Walk 7 - March 26th 2018 - Rivers of Renfrewshire
Start of the walk at the Ferry.
Sculpture in the Cart
The confluence of the White (on the left) and the Black Cart Rivers before they join the Clyde.
The White Cart Bridge (Bascule bridge)
Walk 6 - March 12th 2018 - Bridge of Weir to Houston (Gryfe Cut)
With visit to the Craigends Yew
Story of the Yew Tree.
Walk 5 - February 26th 2018 - Uplawmoor
Walk 4 - December 18th 2017
Gleniffer Braes - NO PHOTOS
Walk 3 - December 4th 2017
The Saltings Nature Reserve
Walk 2 - November 20th 2017 – Bridge of Weir to Quarriers
November 7th 2017
Castle Semple Lochwinnoch
With visit to the Collegiate church
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