Summer Walks

Throughout the Summer I am going to be organising a series of walks in East Lothian and the wider area.  The first of these will take place on Thursday 30 April and will be a short evening walk from the RSPB reserve at Aberlady to the beach and back.  After the walk we will probably head to a local pub for a quick drink on the way home.

If you would like to come along then we will be leaving from the War Memorial outside St Michael’s Kirk at 6.15pm and should be home by about 10pm.  If you can come can you please email me at andrewduncan41@gmail.com to let me know and also let me know if you can drive and take any passengers.

For your information the walks for the following months are shown below:

Sat 30 May – Union Canal and River Almond
This is an 8 mile walk, mainly flat and we will leave from Inveresk at 1.30pm.  Afterwards we can go to the Bridge Inn in Ratho for a drink or if people are interested a bite to eat.

Thurs 18 June – Lammer Law
This is a 7 mile walk to the top of Lammer Law in the Lammermuir Hills.  We’ll need to leave Inveresk at 6pm and the walk should take about 3 to 3.5 hours so we’ll be back before dark!

Sun 19 July – Pentlands
This is an 8 mile walk and we shall leave Inveresk at 1.30pm. The walk should take about 3.5 hours.

If you have any questions in relation to any of the walks please do not hesitate to contact me.

Regards,
Andrew Duncan
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2 thoughts on “Summer Walks

  1. Andy

    Ian and I would hope to join you on the Aberlady walk. Will mention it to few other people as well and try to get a good group if possible.

    Isabel >

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