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Caithness Waybaggers

http://www.spanglefish.com/caithnesswaybaggers

Photograph of Caithness WaybaggersWalking group for longer walks but well within the capability of most reasonably fit people. Great group to see the hills and mountains of Caithness and Sutherland and sometimes farther afield.

See Photos From Earlier Walks

Chairman
Colin Stewart

Asst Secretary
Robert Mackenzie
49 Seaforth Avenue
Wick
Caithness
KW1 5NE
Tel: 01955 604773



News for Caithness Waybaggers

9/8/2009
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05-July-09 Bettyhill to Kirtomy.  A walk along a spectacular part of the North Sutherland coastline taking in Farr Bay and Farr Point.  
30/8/2008
Caithness Waybaggers 2008 - 2009 Programme
13-July-08 Loch Choire or Ben Klibreck Two options here.   A walk around Loch Choire through ancient woodland and along sandy beaches with a visit to a newly renovated bothy.  
3/6/2007
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17-June-07 John O’Groats to Castle Geo The Walk commences at John O’Groats harbour following thecoastline round to Buchollie Castle.13 kms approximately 15-July-07 Sandside to Melvich Start at Sandside Bay and walk westward for 12 kms approximately along a beautiful stretch of coastline to Melvich.   The bird life is abundant and the wild flowers will be in full bloom.  
3/6/2006
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18 June 06 Morven.   Walk starts at Braemore heading along the track to Corrichoich.  

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