Red Kite Trail [Sunday 10th January] - Anne Beryl, Lyn Boyle, Evelyn Brown, Bob Dixon, Yvette Van Der Eijk, Anne Marie Forster, Pauleen Gertig, Ian Goodman, Natalie Goodman, Neil Guiden, Pam Hemming, Stacy Hudspith, Kate Israel, Ian Kitt, Hedley Oliver, Kishor Raichura, Fiona Richardson & Ian Thomson followed the 'muddy' 11 mile Red Kite Trail.

Semer Water [6th February] - Anne Marie Forster & Dek Parmley kindly transported Lyn Boyle, Pam Hemming, Hedley Oliver & Ian Thomson a rather wet (in more ways than one!) Semer Water in Raydale which is the largest natural lake in the Dales.

Patterdale Long Weekend [18th - 21st February] - event cancelled - Regretfully what would have been the Club's 24th annual February stay in the grounds of the beautiful Patterdale Hall Estate has had to be cancelled as a result of a total lack of membership interest. It is difficult to understand the reasons for this as Lodge 2 provides exceptional value for money at only £15 per person per night and is located at the foot of some of the best fells in the Lake District.

Whitby [12th March] - After travelling in the minibus to Whitby Anne Atkinson, Trevor Atkinson, Lyn Boyle, Evelyn Brown, Victor Chin, Yvette Van Der Eijk, Anne Marie Forster, Ian Goodman, Natalie Goodman, Ken Johnson, Carol Lonsdale, Josie McGinley, Asima Riaz, Alan Ross, Ian Thomson & Jean Walker met up with Emma Farr, Ellen Morrison & Mike Morrison and opted for a diverse 13 mile [black] walk (with only 1000ft ft ascent) to Ruswarp and Robin Hood's Bay before returning along the very undulating (and muddy) Yorkshire coast.

Dockray [16th April] - Margaret Andison, Anne Atkinson, Trevor Atkinson, Lyn Boyle, Victor Chin, Yvette Van Der Eijk, Ian Goodman, Natalie Goodman, Martin Hedley, Ken Johnson, Carol Lonsdale, Claire O’Sullivan, Dek Parmley, Kishor Raichura, Asima Riaz, Alan Ross, Roger Smith, Ian Thomson & Jean Walker travelled on Club transport to Docray where, after meeting up with Ellen & Mike Morrison savoured an 11 mile (with 2955ft of acsent) [black] walk to the north-west of Ullswater. White Pike, Clough Head, Calfhow Pike, Great Dodd, Watson's Dodd, Stybarrow Dodd, White Stones and Hart Side are not difficult hills in themselves but climbed together they make for a reasonably hard day out on the Lakeland fells. Even when dropping down from the high tops superb views of Glencoyne and Ullswater can still be savored.

Causey Arch Evening Walk [18:30 Monday 9th May] - Margaret Andison, Anne Atkinson, Trevor Atkinson, Bob Dixon, Heather Forster, Martin Forster, Pam Hemming, Carol Lonsdale, Berni Morrow, Hedley Oliver, Ian Strorey, Claire O'Sullivan, Graeme Page & Ian Thomson enjoyed a 4 mile walk down Coppy Lodge Lane to Beamish Hall and return via Tanfield Railway path.

Bannisdale [21st May] - Disappointingly only Trevor Atkinson, Anne Marie Forster, Martin Hedley, Claire O'Sullivan, Graeme Page, Asima Riaz, Alan Ross, Grace Spence & Suzanne Trow travelled on the minibus to Bannisdale where, after meting up with Ellen & Mike Morrison, bravely managed to complete the 11 mile moorland [black] walk (with only 2000ft of ascent) along the gently shelving backbone of this untamed wilderness.

Kibblesworth Evening Walk [18:30 Monday 6th June] - Margaret Andison, Sue Crossman, Heather Forster, Martin Forster, Joanna Krzysztofik [+1], Carol Lonsdale, Berni Morrow, Hedley Oliver, Graeme Page, Steven Raybould, Ian Storey & Brian Wilson enjoyed a 5.8 mile walk through arable and pasture farmland, woodland and a section of the Bowes railway path. 

LittleTown [11th June] - Anne Atkinson, Trevor Atkinson, Alan Bradbury, Evelyn Brown, Ian Goodman, Natalie Goodman, Lewis Hudson, Ken Johnson, Carol Lonsdale, Marie Nesbit, Claire O'Sullivan, Graeme Page, Alan Ross, Grace Spence, Ian Thomson, Suzanne Trow & Jean Walker travelled on the minibus to LittleTown in order to participate in grand outing which took in Rowling Edge to Scar Crags via Causey Pike; Ard Crags, Knott Rigg and Robinson's infamous (especially in the wet!) north-east ridge.

Austria Week [15th June] - Margaret Andison, Tony Austin, Lynn Ford, Ailie Langston, Ellen Morrison, Mike Morrison (event organiser), Jackie Middleton, Dek Parmley, David Redman, Kishor Raichura, & Ronnie Willison enjoyed a week in the Hotel Veronika, Seefeld, Austria for £766 per person.

Wylam Evening Walk [18:30 Monday 4th July] - In spite of the rain, Heather Forster, Martin Forster, Claire O'Sullivan, Ian Storey & Brian Wilson bravely managed to complete most of the suggested 6 mile route along the River Tyne.

Sutton Bank, Whitestone Cliff, Gormire Lake and the White Horse of Kilburn [9th July] - Martin Hedley, Ailie Langston, Carol Lonsdale, Hedley Oliver, Claire O'Sullivan, Alan Ross, Graeme Page, Kishor Raichura, Roger Smith, Ian Thomson, Joanne Tonothy & Jean Walker travelled on the minibus to Sutton Bank Visitor Centre in order to savor what is probably the finest walk (11.2 miles with 2000 ft of ascent) in the Hambleton Hills region of the North York Moors.

Angel of the North Evening Walk [18:30 Monday 1st August] - Trevor Atkinson, Bob Dixon, Anne Marie Forster, Heather Forster, Martin Forster, Berni Morrow, Hedley Oliver, Graeme Page, Ian Storey & Brian Wilson enjoyed a suprisingly scenic 5 mile route fromThe Angel of The North to Sheddon's Hill.

Grasmere [6th August] - Alan Bradbury, Christina Downie, Lynn Ford, Anne Marie Forster, Ian Goodman, Natalie Goodman, Ailie Langston, Carol Lonsdale, Hedley Oliver, Graeme Page, Kishor Raichura, Alan Ross, Roger Smith, Steve Walker & Ronnie Willison travelled on the minibus to Grasmere, where after meeting up with Ellen & Mike Morrison attempted the suggested RED 14 mile Far Easedale Round (with 3750ft of ascent).

Rowlands Gill Evening Walk [Monday 5th September @ 17:30] - Heather Forster, Martin Forster, Claire O'Sullivan, Ian Storey & Brian Wilson met up at Rowlands Gill Caravan park for a 5 mile evening walk through Barlow, down through Thornley woods and the 'Sculpture park' and back onto the Derwent walk.

Seathwaite [10th September] - Evelyn Brown, Lynn Ford, Ian Goodman, Natalie Goodman, Peter Hudspith, Ken Johnson, Carol Lonsdale, Hedley Oliver, Claire O'Sullivan, Dek Parmley, Alan Ross, Grace Spence, Joanne Tonothy, Suzanne Trow & Ronnie Willison travelled on the minibus to Seathwaite where most opted for the suggested black] 9 mile route (with 3300ft ascent) to the summits of Great Gable, Green Gable and Brandreth.

Peak District Week [8th to 15th October] - Tony Austin, Anne-Marie Forster, Lynn Ford, Carol Lonsdale, Ellen Morrison (event organiser), Mike Morrison, Malcolm McVey, Kishor Raichura, Neil Waite, Jean Walker & Ronnie Willison spent and enjoyable week in Forge Cottage, a 200 year old stone former Forge situated in the center of the lovely village of Chinley, on the edge of the Peak District National Park.

Sunday Walk [16th October] Rothbury Carriage Drive - In spite of the rain, Natalie Goodman & Ian Goodman enjoyed a 6.5 mile walk around Lord Armstrong's carriage drive built to impress his guests staying at his Cragside estate.

Glenridding [22nd October] - Alan Bradbury, Ian Goodman, Natalie Goodman, Carol Lonsdale, Claire O'Sullivan, Graeme Page, Dek Parmley, Grace Spence, Ian Thomson & Suzanne Trow on the minibus to Glenridding where, after meeting up with Lyn Boyle, most enjoyed an ascent of Birkhouse Moor, Helvellyn, White Side via the infamous Strding Edge.

Keswick [12th November] - Ed Amis, Tony Austin, Evelyn Brown, Anne Marie Forster, Heather Forster, Martin Forster, Casey McGinley, Josie McGinley, Hedley Oliver, Claire O'Sullivan, Graeme Page, Dek Parmley, Kishor Raichura & Ian Thomson travelled on the minibus to Threlkeld/Lattrig, where after meeting up with Ellen Morrison & Mike Morrison most opted for an ascent of the fourth highest mountain in England (Skiddaw).

Sunday Walk [20th November] Shafto Crags - a cold but bright sunny day greeted 11 participants at Bolam Lake (including Jane Brough, Anne Marie Forster, Heather Forster, Martin Forster, Claire O'Sullivan, Ian Storey, Joanne Tonothy, Jean Walker, Steve Walker and Caitlin). After lunching at Devil's Punch Bowl, the 6 mile route took them to Stables coffee shop via Shafto Crags and Salter's Nick.

Sunday Walk [4th December] Wannie Line - Anne Marie Forster, Heather Forster, Martin Forster & Ian Storey participated in a 7 mile walk exploring the Wannie Railway lines.

HedgeHope Hill [10th December] - event cancelled due to lack of membership support.