Northchapel in November

Sat 23rd Nov 2019

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region
Southern England
Local Group
Surrey
Distance
c20ml.
Start Time
09:00, (13:00 for those joining in the afternoon
Route
Park in Pipers Lane Northchapel. For afternoon starters outside The Half Moon pub on main A283 at approx 1315.For PM only walkers please advise by telephone or email (so I can look out for you)

This is a figure-of-eight walk with two equal legs (of approx 10mi each) centred on Northchapel. AM, PM or all-day walkers are equally welcome.AM hilly and wild, PM undulating and agricultural, Moderate pace.Likely to be muddy - so good training for the Winter Tanners (event or marshals walk)

General Notes
Brief lunch stop - Byo, Pub, Village Shop. Registered assistance dogs only.Head torch advisable
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