GRA - The runs that's a walk

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GRA - The runs that's a walk

Postby The Pram » Mon Apr 25, 2011 11:12 pm

Ok, the May offering is a walk after a wee run. Catering for the more active amongst our boorachie, we have a walk and a picnic at a local bonny area. Kindly suggested and planned by Malcolm and Marty, here is what is on offer:

Our next outing will combine a wee run with a wee walk! We could perhaps meet up at, say, Westhill Tesco, and head out in convoy to the Keiloch.

The plan is to drive out to the Walkers’ Car Park at the Keiloch, a few hundred yards before the Invercauld Bridge which is 3 miles east of Braemar. If you cross the Dee, you have gone too far! There is a fee to use the car park, either £2.50 or £3 for the day. We will then cross the road, meander alongside the river for a short distance before crossing the Dee by the old Invercauld Bridge and heading in to Ballochbuie Forest. Our route in the forest will depend on weather but will probably be about 11km/12km in distance.

Boots are preferable but the route is largely on tracks and is suitable for trainers. Waterproofs and food should be carried. We will wander through the forest, visit the Garbh Allt Falls and have a bite to eat at the royal sitooterie before heading back to the cars and home.

We will provide more accurate times nearer the time.

Please bung your name down if you are coming along. Thanks.
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Re: GRA - The runs that's a walk

Postby IanH » Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:17 pm

and it takes place on Saturday 28th May..... :D
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Re: GRA - The runs that's a walk

Postby The Pram » Tue Apr 26, 2011 9:50 pm

That's what I like about team work :wink:
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Re: GRA - The runs that's a walk

Postby stuboy » Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:07 pm

Consider me name bunged down to go on the run/walk
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