- Sunday walks are usually about 10-12 miles, unless stated otherwise
- Hill walks involve 500m – 1,000m of ascent, may include rough ground and require appropriate clothing
- Evening walks are usually followed by pub, including meal option. Summer: 2 hour walk; winter: 90 minute walk – bring torch!
- Mid-week walks are organised on an ad hoc basis and notified to members by email.
Safety: An EGONS event is like a group of friends going out together. The organiser will co-ordinate the event and roughly plan the route. Each person is responsible for his or her own safety at all times. See our Health and Safety guidelines.
Sometimes there may be a risk of serious injury. If you join in you take the risk upon yourself, so you should assess whether the activity is suitable for you, wear appropriate clothing, and preferably carry a map & compass. Organisers: consider whether you need EGONS equipment. Cyclists are responsible for safe and legal riding and in choosing whether to wear a helmet and hi-viz clothing.
|1st||Sun||Walk: Ups and downs in Bybrook Valley, Box, 8 miles||Elaine S|
|8th||Sun||Bike Ride: 33 miles Severn Vale Area Thornbury/Berkeley||Jane|
|15th||Sun||Walk: South Bath followed by tea and crumpets||Caroline|
|22nd||Sun||Walk: Shortest day of the year walk, Bristol Area||Julia J|
|29th||Sun||Bike Ride: Approx 35 miles, distance weather dependent, Location tbc||Jim and Jan|
|End Dec||Mid Jan||Trekking in Ethiopia – exploring this unique country on 4 different treks||Sylvia|
|4th||SATURDAY||Walk: Dursley area||Anne|
|12th||Sun||Walk: Mountains of South Wales||John P|
|19th||Sun||Walk: Chepstow 8 mile linear walk with Wye Valley views, bus back||Ginny|
|2nd||Sun||Walk: Bristol area||Ruth/Elaine S|
|19th||Wed||REARRANGED from 16th. Walk: Brown’s Folly loop, Bathford.||Neil|
|23rd||Sun||Walk: Quantocks area (Nether Stowey)||Kay|
|28th Feb to 1st Mar||Fri to Sun||EGONS Annual Dinner, Stackpole, Pembrokeshire
– lovely National Trust accommodation, great beaches and lots of coastal walks
|1st||Sun||EGONS Annual Dinner, Stackpole, Pembrokeshire||Julia J|
|8th||Sun||Walk: Forest of Dean, 8 miles||Tricia and Roy|
|14th||Sat||Walk: Dursley area||Anne R|
|15th||Sun||Walk: TBC||Stephen S|
|19th||Thurs||Social Event: Ustinov Theatre, Bath. “Crimes, Camera, Action||Caroline|
|29th||Sun||Walk: Castle Combe, 9-10 miles||Elaine S|
|31st||Tues||Multi stage walk: Great Stones Way Stage 1 Coate Water to Avebury, approx 21 km||Ruth|
|2nd||Thurs||Walk: Holst Way. Cheltenham to Belas Knapp. 7 miles + Holst Museum||Caroline S|
|5th||Sun||Walk: South Wales 10+ miles||John P|
|9th – 13th – EASTER||Thurs – Mon||
Easter Walking weekend North Cornwall
Join us for coastal walking with some dramatic scenery
|Ginny B and Karin H|
|18th||Sat||Bike Ride: 40 miles||Jane H|
|19th||Sun||Birthday Walk. Hinton 10+ miles. Tea and Birthday cake at Karin’s afterwards||Karin H|
|21st||Tues||Multi stage walk: Great Stones Way Stage 2 Coate Water to Avebury, approx 21 k||Ruth|
|26th||Sun||Walk: Volunteer awaited||this could be YOU!!|
|3rd||Sun||Walk: Timsbury 10-12 miles||Yvonne G|
|10th||Sun||Walk: Wye Valley (rearranged from 9th Feb Storm Ciara event)||Malcolm|
|May 17th -24th 2020||Sun to Sun||Scotland: Loch Tay Area, staying in Morenish near Killin. Cottages or camping. www.cruachanfarm.co.uk Plenty of Munros to bag, and cycling, and canoeing||Caroline|
|31st||Sun||Bike Ride: 40 miles||Sue M|
|June 10th||Weds||Great Stones Way Stage 3 Marden to Stonehenge. Approx 25 k||Ruth|
|July 1st||Weds||Great Stones Way Stage 4 Woodhenge to Old Sarum Approx 19K||Ruth|
|2 -16th August 2020||Sun to Sun fortnight||Trekking trip to Malawi||John P|
Cancellation: Though you may just turn up, please tell the leader you are coming in good time – very occasionally events can be cancelled due to low numbers, weather or illness. Leader to confer with Programme Secretary or Chair before emailing the group to cancel.
Transport: It is usually possible to lift share.