At 7am on Sunday 2 May 2021 three intrepid members of the South Leeds Hiking Group set off from Horton in Ribblesdale. 1 Hour 6 mins later breakfast was had on the summit of Pen-y-ghent, the first of our Yorkshire three peaks summits. Coffee, scones and chocolate consumed and we
South Leeds Hiking group are looking to step out after lockdown! The group have been respecting lockdown restrictions but still remain a lively and active group. Many members posting their favourite local walks on the group’s page and posting tips for walkers. Members have also been posting some stunning photos
South Leeds Hiking Group have had big news recently as they secured a National Lottery Community Fund grant to develop the group and further their reach into the community. The group has been very active recently and I have already covered a number of their hikes and walks, but now
The South Leeds Hiking Group (SLHG) hikers experienced some stunning views this weekend as they strode out in Cumbria to do High-Cup Nick an 18km walk which was a challenging walk for those new to the hiking world. The group’s progress was barred due to bridge repairs in the village
South Leeds Hiking Group (SLHG) spent a recent Sunday (23 June 2019) hiking the Kentmere Horseshoe, a walk which took them across 21km or 13 miles. Intending to walk the whole of the Kentmere Horseshoe which is regarded as England’s longest and most remote horseshoe route around a ring of
The South Leeds Hiking Group are making great strides this month developing the group and planning a variety of walks for all abilities. The group is made up of local people who are passionate about hiking and scaling mountains. In a recent meeting some exciting plans have been made for
There were plenty of tired feet this Palm Sunday after the South Leeds Hiking Group made strides in Malham yesterday (13 April 2019), hiking via the Janet’s Foss Waterfall and Gordale Scar. The group included a number of local youngsters who bravely tackled the climb up the Gordale Scar waterfall!