BCV Rambles
The BCV's Walking Group

BCV Rambles Walking Group


All of the walks are planned and guided by experienced walkers and participation in all BCV Rambles walks is free of charge.

Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Waterproofs, a snack and hot drink may also be useful.

For queries please  use the contact form 




To see previous walk photos click here



Key to walk difficulty

Easy: Mostly level walking  good paths, some slopes
Moderate: Good paths some inclines
Intermediate: Longer distance or high level walking Perhaps over  moors or rough ground
Hard: Peak walks over longer distances


BCV Rambles Walks 2018

25th November - Kingfisher Trail, Bolton
Meet at the bird hide, near Rock Hall at Moses Gate County Park at 10.15am to pick up the Kingfisher trail northwards. The path wends its easy through a succession of riverside parks to Jumbles reservoir and country park. Approximately 6 miles from the start to the pub above Jumbles, where we will have a pub lunch: gentle, low level with very modest assent and descent. If public transport back is required it is approximately 1 mile down to Bromley Cross/bus routes. We can liaise about car starting/car drop off and pick ups when we know who is walking.

More details to follow.

IMPORTANT
We must have numbers for this walk to organise transport. If we do not get contact from anyone we will unfortunately have to cancel as it is too far for us to come to have no one join us. If you want to join us please contact Trish on 07962 130 420 or Trishcalder1@hotmail.com
Look forward to seeing you all.

 



Previous BCV Rambles Walks
Adlington, Anglezarke, Bolton to Darwen Curry Walk, Bolton Abbey, Clitheroe, Crowthorn, Blackburn, Dunscar, Dunham Park, Eccleston, Edenfield, Glassom Dock, Hawkshaw, Helmshore, Hoddlesden Irwell Sculpture Trail, Holcombe, Leighton Moss, Lune Valley, Morcambe Bay, Nicky Nook, Parbold, Pendle Hill, Pleasington, Ribchester,
Ringley, Rivington Pike, Roby Mill, Rufford Hall, Smithills, Strawbury Duck,
Tockholes,
White Coppice, Wigan Flashes.