Welcome to the Langcraigs
Welcome to our web site. The club has been in existence for over thirty eight years and operates both summer and winter with two outings per month.
The Lang Craigs Hill Walking Club was established 41 years ago. It was formed as part of the “Quality of Life Experiment” – a Labour government initiative to promote quality of life in the community, and run by the local authority in six chosen areas of Britain.
Walks for 2016 wii start on the first Saturday starting at 8 a.m, and the end of the month on a Sunday at 8 a.m, both starting from Gilmour St. in Alexandria To minimise travel costs we pool our cars and each passenger contributes 25% of the fuel.
Please bring a change of footwear as a respect to the car owners.
April till August we have an evening walk every Tuesday starting at 7.00pm and from September till end of March we meet every second Wednesday evening indoors starting at 8.00 pm when we have speakers or plan the next year’s programme.
Indoor meeting Place is
The Cutty Sark Centre, Howatshaws Road, Bellsmyre
If you are interested in possibly joining us you would be very welcome to come along to one of our indoor meetings or to one of the evening walks.
Step Up To Winter
"With mountain aid"
"Heavy" Whalley, an RAF Mountain Rescue Team member for 36 years with over 1000 Mountain and 80 Aircraft incidents in mountainous areas, extols the joys of winter walking, providing essential advice based on his long experience of the Scottish hills, and offering an insider view of how mountain rescue teams operate.
We guarantee an informative, educational and entertaining evening.
Monday 13th November 2017 @ 20:00
The GP room, Concord Centre, Dumbarton.
For more info See WWW.HeavyWhalley.com or
Mountain Aid's Website or FaseBook Page.
Are you looking for adventure ?
We are a bunch of boot and gaiter wearing Munro Baggers and those who prefer the lesser challenges of smaller hills, it doesn't matter what level of experience or fitness you are, we have a place for you. We have members who bag Monros and climb mountains. But you are more likely to find that most of us enjoy the wide outdoors for its sense of freedom rather than extreme challenge.
If you would like to add any photo's, short stories or links to this site,please email me at the below email address:
Note : This site is hosted by spanglefish.com and as such includes adverts for which we as a club have not commercial affiliation. But thanks to that, we are able to keep our club fees affordable.