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From Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point on the British mainland to Lands End via the Peak District, Lake District, Pennines and the North and South Downs. From the Black Cullin of the Isle of Skye to the Blackgang Chine dinosaurs on the Isle of White, Footprints has been there, walked (and climbed) there and, sometimes, even got the T shirt! We even venture abroad with Austria, Spain, Germany and the Canaries all visited in recent years.

Reports of recent national events are found using the links below, with most recent events at the top.

Recent Footprints events reports

Short breaks

Cirencester
Our August bank holiday break was held in the Cotswolds, based within the beautiful grounds of the Royal Agricultural University...

Wydale Hall, North Yorkshire
There were nineteen of us staying at Wydale Hall for Easter, and we were joined for the walks by one more member, Anthea...

Ellesmere, Shropshire
Six of us turned up for the last weekend trip of the year and had a good if curtailed break...

Windermere
At the end of October 15 members braved the Lake District weather to enjoy a stay at the Windemere Hotel...

Borrowdale
A smaller-than-usual group of 15 members arrived at the Glaramara Outdoor Centre in Borrowdale for the club’s 15th consecutive visit...

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Holidays

Eastbourne
Twenty members, plus guests and day-trippers, enjoyed an excellent if rather warm holiday in Eastbourne...

Nerja, Spain
In what has become an annual Winter event, 14 Footprint members flew from various points in the UK to enjoy a walking holiday in warmer climes...

Zell Am Zee, Austria
Going to Austria in the off-season (between summer and skiing) has much to commend it, especially when the late September weather was dry, sunny and mild...

St Davids
We gradually arrived at the Y Glennydd Hotel for our return visit after five years to be greeted by the same manager, Tim...

Gran Canaria
Early in February 7 Footprints members flew to Gran Canaria, the third largest of the Canary Isles...

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