Clare­mont’s en­thu­si­as­tic out­ing­to­dam

East Kilbride News - - DISTRICT NEWS -

There was plenty to be en­thu­si­as­tic about when Clare­mont walk­ers set out for Gart­morn Dam, Clack­man­nan­shire.

Long and al­ter­na­tive walks were sched­uled with both routes start­ing from the same point.

The long walk­ers con­tin­ued onto the south side from the vis­i­tors’ cen­tre within Gart­morn Dam Coun­try Park and in a cir­cu­lar route re­turned to the start, cov­er­ing 9.5 miles of var­ied and muddy ter­rain.

Al­ter­na­tive walk­ers stayed on the north side of the dam and, again on a cir­cu­lar route which cov­ered eight miles, re­turned to the start; pass­ing through Coal­snaughton and Devon­side.

The morn­ing stop was in Mor­risons, Al­loa and the so­cial hour in the town’s very lively Old Brew­ery.

The next out­ing will be this Sun­day with the des­ti­na­tion Gart­more to Aber­foyle.

In­di­vid­u­als wish­ing to join ei­ther walks or club nights can be as­sured of a warm and friendly wel­come.

Fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on club ac­tiv­i­ties by call­ing (01355) 225885 or vis­it­ing www. clare­mon­tram­

Sun­shine trails Mem­bers of Clare­mont Ram­bling Club’s long and al­ter­na­tive walk­ing groups, here and be­low, dur­ing their out­ing to Gart­morn Dam

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