Group is always ready to go for a ramble
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