Group is al­ways ready to go for a ram­ble

East Kilbride News - - CLUBS -

The St Leonards Ram­blers headed to Mof­fat Woollen Mill for their com­fort stop be­fore start­ing on their walks which were in the Devil’s Beef Tub area.

Dur­ing the day there was a cold bit­ing wind but the weather stayed dry.

The high walk­ers started their ex­cur­sion near the A701.

It was up­hill all the way to the Great Hill and then onto Chalk Rig Edge be­fore de­scend­ing down to the mouth of the Devil’s Beef Tub.

From there they fol­lowed the An­nan­dale Way all the way to the end of their walk which was just be­yond Meik­le­holm­side Farm.

The low walk­ers started their route on the out­skirts of Mof­fat, pick­ing up the path of the An­nan­dale Way walk­ing north­wards.

They con­tin­ued head­ing that way for about two miles be­fore turn­ing right and walk­ing down to­wards Brae­footWood.

They took the path up to Core­head, then walked into the Devil’s Beef Tub where they had a lunch stop. Af­ter­wards, they fol­lowed the path all the way back to Gran­ton House, where the coach was wait­ing for them.

Af­ter chang­ing out of their boots, ev­ery­one headed back for a break in the town of Mof­fat be­fore driv­ing home to East Kil­bride.

The next out­ing will see mem­bers go east to Dun­bar.

Walk on the wild side St Leonards Ram­blers on their Devil’s Beef Tub trek

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