Date: 5th -7th August
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path twists and turns its way along the most breathtaking coastline in Britain. It covers almost every kind of maritime landscape from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to wide-open beaches and winding estuaries. Lying almost entirely within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park —Britain’s only coastal national park – the trail displays an array of coastal flowers and bird life, as well as evidence of human activity from Neolithic times to the present. We will be walking during the day, camping at campsites for the night. Prepare for some rugged walks with steep hills and steps, though it should be achievable by most people. See the trip poster and detailed trip plan for more information.
Sign up for this trip using the booking form. You must be an OUWC member to attend this trip (you can sign up at the same time on the booking form).
*Please note: there will be a PRE-TRIP MEETING TO GO OVER SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS OF CAMPING, INCLUDING ARRANGEMENT OF EQUIPMENT BORROWING, which all participants are required to attend. The meeting time will be arranged after sign ups are collected.*
|Meet:||Trinity College gates, Broad St at 11:00AM sharp|
|Return:||Late Sunday evening|
|Trip Organiser:||Maria Svorenova|
|Trip Leaders:||Alec, Laurent|
|Accommodation:||Prendergast Caravan Park, Porthclais Farm Campsite|
|Equipment:||Well worn-in walking boots, good waterproofs, camping gear (can be borrowed from the club on request)|
|Food:||Bring all food with you, except for Friday lunch and Sunday dinner (in a pub)|
Dates: 2nd – 4th September
The Moors are a national park, displaying a range of stunning landscapes: heatherclad hills, woodland, impressive sea cliffs and secluded beaches. In early September, the park is at its most colorful when the common heather blooms and turns wide expanses of moorland into postcard-perfect purple color.
You can now sign up for this trip using the booking form, the deadline for signups is Friday 5th August 11:59pm.
|Meet:||5pm 2nd September at Trinity gates, Broad street|
|Return:||Late Sunday (4th September) evening|
|Accommodation:||Abbot’s House Farm at Goathland|
|Meals:||Pub dinner Friday, Sunday, all other meals included|
|Extra Equipment:||Waterproofs and sleeping bag (can be borrowed from club) and walking boots|
|Leaders:||Michiel, Jaya John|
Date: Saturday 23rd July 2016 Follow the meanders of the river Windrush to the picturesque ruins of the Minster Lovell Hall, a large 15th century manor house and home of Richard III’s henchman Lord Lovell. Meet: St. Giles, outside the Taylorian institute (to catch 853 bus to Burford) Time: 8:45 (for 9am bus) Return: Approx. 17:00 Distance: 16 km Cost: Approx. £10 Lunch: Participants need to take their own lunch (and PLENTY OF WATER!) Leader: Simon Lewis (email@example.com)