The Norwest Sgurramblers are a UK wide club  of hill walking enthusiasts with regular trips to the Scottish Highlands , also occasionally visiting the borders, to climb Munros and Corbetts or just to enjoy the high wild places to be found there.    We have been in existence since 1975 and have members from the whole of the UK, and although we have no founder members there are some who have been in the club for over 30 years.    We get together throughout the year in Scotland , in addition we have an AGM south of the border in Wales, the Lake District or the Dales. Meets vary in length from 3 - 4 days up to  a week long . We generally stay in youth hostels , bunk houses and rented cottages depending on the time of year.
    As we have membership spread over a wide geographical area, in England, Wales and Scotland, it is usually possible for members to share lifts to meets, so keeping costs to a minimum.     Current members have a vast amount of experience between them , which they would be happy to share . Several have completed all the Munros, some have climbed all the Corbetts and others just enjoy a good day in the hills  
The NWS has always been a small club ( customarily 16 – 20 members) , numbers on meets are usually between about  4 and 6 which avoids having large numbers on any one hill A typical days walking on a Sgurramblers meet will be between about 5 and  8 hours, with between about 6 and 12 miles of walking and 2500 and 4500 ft of ascent, this varies depending on the terrain, weather, snow conditions if any,  time of year, and personal preference. Some  members may do considerably more than this on occasions. We are not rock climbers or ice climbers and we don't do any roped climbing except on the odd occasion when we have hired a guide on Skye . Meets are very informal with no fixed programme - people are free to walk where they want, transport permitting.     So if you’re a die hard Munro bagger, a Corbett collector       or just like to be in high wild country with like minded                         people -  Why not give us a try ?
Stob Binnein Sgurr Eilde Mor The Fara AGM in the Lake District Cruach Ardrain Tom Dubh
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NORWEST SGURRAMBLERS
The Norwest Sgurramblers are a UK wide club  of hill walking enthusiasts with regular trips to the Scottish Highlands , also occasionally visiting the borders, to climb Munros and Corbetts or just to enjoy the high wild places to be found there.    We have been in existence since 1975 and have members from the whole of the UK, and although we have no founder members there are some who have been in the club for over 30 years.    We get together throughout the year in Scotland , in addition we have an AGM south of the border in Wales, the Lake District or the Dales. Meets vary in length from 3 - 4 days up to  a week long . We generally stay in youth hostels , bunk houses and rented cottages depending on the time of year.As we have membership spread over a wide geographical area, in England, Wales and Scotland, it is usually possible for members to share lifts to meets, so keeping costs to a minimum.
Tom Dubh Cruach Ardrain AGM in the Lake District The Fara Sgurr Eilde Mor
Current members have a vast amount of experience between them , which they would be happy to share . Several have completed all the Munros, some have climbed all the Corbetts and others just enjoy a good day out in the hills
So if you’re a die hard Munro bagger, a Corbett collector       or just like to be in high wild country with like minded                         people -  Why not give us a try ?
NORWEST SGURRAMBLERS
The Norwest Sgurramblers are a club of hill walking enthusiasts with regular trips to the Scottish Highlands , also occasionally visiting the borders, to climb Munros and Corbetts or just to enjoy the high wild places to be found there.    We have been in existence since 1975 and have members from the whole of the UK, and although we have no founder members there are some who have been in the club for over 30 years.
NORWEST SGURRAMBLERS
We get together throughout the year in Scotland , in addition we have an AGM south of the border in Wales, the Lake District or the Dales. Meets vary in length from 3 - 4 days up to  a week long . We generally stay in youth hostels , bunk houses and rented cottages depending on the time of year.
We get together throughout the year in Scotland ,                 Scotland in addition we have an AGM south of the border in Wales, the Lake District or the Dales. Meets vary in length from 3 - 4 days up to  a week long . We generally stay in youth hostels , bunk houses and rented cottages depending on the time of year.
   As we have membership spread over a wide geographical area, in England, Wales and Scotland, it is usually possible for members to share lifts to meets, so keeping costs to a minimum.     Current members have a vast amount of experience between them , which they would be happy to share . Several have completed all the Munros, some have climbed all the Corbetts and others just enjoy a good day out in the hills
So if you’re a die hard Munro bagger,     a Corbett collector       or just like to be in high wild country with like minded      people -  Why not give us a try ?
NORWEST SGURRAMBLERS