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Swaledale Outdoor Club Leaflet
Swaledale Outdoor ALEDA Swaledale Outdoor SW LE Club Swaledale Club Outdoor an overview B OU LU TD Club OOR C The club is based in Richmond, North York- If you have any further queries please contact shire encouraging and providing facilities for the club at: outdoor activities in the Yorkshire Dales and further aﬁeld. Swaledale Outdoor Club 17 New Road The membership is mainly from the North Richmond Yorkshire / South Durham / Teesside area, but North Yorkshire there are also members throughout the UK DL10 4QS and around the world. Club activities consist of Canoeing, Caving, Alternatively visit our website and send us an email: Climbing, Mountain Biking, Orienteering, Road Cycling and Walking. In all activities Email: email@example.com standards range from novice to expert; begin- ners are especially welcome. New outdoor Web Site: http:/swaledaleoutdoorclub.org.uk activities will be promoted and supported by the club wherever possible. Canoeing Caving Climbing Mountain Biking Orienteering Road Cycling Skiing Walking Social An Outdoor Activities Club for ALL Abilities Canoeing Climbing Skiing The climbing section practice SOC Canoeists (both all forms of all rock and ice Club members participate both kayak and open boat climbing. downhill and cross country ski- paddlers) enjoy touring SOC welcomes novice and ing at home, when rivers, white water, sea experienced climbers alike. conditions allow, and abroad. paddling and surﬁng. We climb regularly in the Lake District, North SOC is associated with the Harwood Ski Federa- All standards are catered for, from beginners to East, Peak District, Wales, Scotland and abroad. tion who operate a downhill slope inTeesdale. white water junkies; from placid lakes to turbu- SOC has a long standing relationship with Rock lent tide races. Antics climbing wall in Newton Aycliffe where Walking River trips are organised throughout the North of we have our Wednesday evening meets during the England and at times in Scotland, Wales and abroad. Sea trips range from days on the North Sea winter months. From the wild North Yorkshire Coast and North Wales to multiday trips in the West Moors and rugged coastal cliffs to of Scotland and abroad. SOC is close to NE surf Mountain Biking the stunning Yorkshire Dales, the beaches and the Tees Barrage Whitewater Course desolate North Pennines and the majestic Lake - a world class facility at Stockton. Now a well established club section District fells, SOC walkers don their boots and with a very enthusiastic group of tramp the tracks and trails over hill and through riders, the mountain biking section has dale. The programme caters for all levels from weekend rides to suit a variety of easy family ambles to long demanding treks. expereince, ﬁtness and skill levels. During the summer months we also Orienteering Caving have local evening rides and in the winter we ve SOC cavers regularly explore started night rides for an added challenge. In ad- Orienteering is a relatively new section where the caves of the Yorkshire dition to the fantastic local riding in the Yorkshire anyone interested in discovering the sport s joys Dales; the country s prime area Dales and North York Moors, we regularly travel to can attend our small, friendly SOC Come & Try for caving. Visits are also made the purpose built trails and more extreme mountain Orienteering local events, or join in with the major to the mines of Swaledale. All scenery in Scotland, Wales and the Lake District. club events on Sunday s around the North East levels of trips are undertaken The section welcomes both new members keen to area, through SOC afﬁliation membership. We from easy /beginners to some get out and enjoy the countryside and those want- hold score or cross country events at permanent of the most challenging caves ing to develop their mountain biking skills and courses most months. It is in the country. We also make techniques. appropriate for any ages so families are welcome. weekend visits to other parts of Road Cycling the UK. and occassional Social longer trips abroad. Beginners are welcome and The Yorkshire Dales and are introduced to new aspects of caving as their Moors are amongst the The programme of outdoor activities is compli- experience grows. This is backed up by indoor most spectacular and mented by a range of social events. In summer we wall sessions where vertical skills, including challenging cycling hold the club camp and barbeques. In winter there single rope techniques (SRT) can be learnt. countryside around. Rides vary from beginners is an annual dinner dance, folk nights and slide jaunts to seriously arduous trips for the commited shows. The social events bring together members cyclist! During the long evenings of the summer who take part in months shorter scenic rides offer a perfect end to different activities. anyone s day.
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