Leeds U3A The University of the Third Age

The canal gardens, Roundhay

Walking Group

photoThis is a very friendly sociable group. We walk on the first Wednesday of the month and we use public transport.

The walks are between 5 and 7 miles using a different leader each month.  A packed lunch is required and a sitmat.

A brief description of the next walk, along with travel instructions, is given out in leaflet form on the walk and also appears on the website.

Walking boots or shoes are recommended together with a waterproof coat.

2020 programme

There will be no walk in January as the first Wednesday is New Year's Day.

5 February

Otley circular, 6 miles

The walk starts from Otley bus station and uses pavements, disused railway lines and field paths.

Don't forget a picnic and a sitmat.

Catch the X84 Ilkley bus from Merrion St at 10.36 (Headingley Arndale Centre 10.52, Golden Acre Park 11.00), scheduled to arrive Otley 11.17.

Leader: Maureen (294 2625, mob. 07929 273967)

4 March

Bramley Fall Woods and the canal, 5.5 miles circular

The walk takes us through the woods, down to the canal, through Horsforth, along the river to a picnic stop at Calverley before returning along the canal and back through the woods.

Don't forget a picnic and a sitmat.

Catch the number 35 bus at 10.15 from inside the bus station to Bramley Fall car park on Leeds and Bradford Road. For anyone who wants to meet us there, the bus takes about 25 minutes.

Leader: Chris M (228 7181)

1 April

Cancelled

6 May

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Oakwood – Roundhay linear, 6 miles

The walk starts at Oakwood clock, through Roundhay park, down to Wyke Beck woods and back along Elmete Lane to the park. Through woods to gates on Princes Ave. Bluebells and wild garlic should be in flower.

Don't forget a picnic and a sitmat.

Meet at Oakwood clock in time to start walking at 11.00. Buses 12, 13, 13A to the start and 2 or 12 at end.

Leader: Andrew (07581 108412)

Leaders are required for July and August.

Meanwood Valley, 1 November 2017

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Pause on the Meanwood Valley Trail for a group photo.