Cardigan & District / Aberteifi a'r Cylch

About our walks programme

Our walks programme is published twice a year.  The Summer Programme runs from May to October and the Winter Programme from November to April. The walks are all submitted by our volunteer leaders who are members of Cardigan & District Ramblers Group. 

CLASSIFICATION OF WALKS - The mileage shown on the walks should not be taken as an indication of effort.

  • A - Strenuous: Experience of hill walking desirable.  Will involve steep ascents and descents.
  • B - Moderate: May involve steep ascents and descents, but not prolonged.  6 miles+ but within the capacity of most fit walkers.
  • C - Easy: Flat or gentle gradients.

If you require more details concerning a walk, please contact the walk leader.

Please bring a packed lunch/refreshments on all walks apart from evening events or unless otherwise specified.

The Ramblers' Association, the Group and the Walk Leader cannot accept responsibility for any loss or injury incurred during these walks.  All take part at their own risk.  It is recommended by Cardigan & District Ramblers' Group Committee that a basic first aid kit is carried by each leader.

Dogs may be brought unless stated otherwise, but they must be kept on a lead at all times.

Anyone is welcome to join the walks.  Those who do so regularly are asked to join the Ramblers' Association. This can be done online or application forms are available from members of the committee.

The leader is responsible for all decisions appertaining to the walk, e.g. the right to alter or postpone the walk and may refuse to take anybody not properly equipped etc.




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Tuesday, December 18, 2018