Crook and Weardale Ramblers
We are a local group based in County Durham in the Northern
Pennines of England, an area of outstanding natural beauty
(AONB). David Bellamy, who lives in our area, describes this
area as the last great wilderness of England. The 74 mile long
Weardale Way runs through our area and ends on the coast at
Sunderland. Our group currently has 81 members and our
committee meet four times a year to deal with any problems and
to organise a programme of walks ranging from 5-13 miles and
covering the Lake District to the Yorkshire Dales as well as local
walks in the Wear Valley.
New members are always welcome. Please contact the leader if
you wish to join a walk at its starting point or require any further
information. More details on our membership and walks pages.
Welcome to our web site
The Ramblers Association is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Company registration number:4458492.
Registered charity in England and Wales, no:1093577, registered charity in Scotland, no:SC039799. Registered office: 2nd floor,
Camelford House, 87-90 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TW
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