If you are thinking of organising a trip then this is the first port of call. There have been many trips organised and lots of planning behind the trips. While you will clearly need to check on the information as some will be out of date, here is a good place to start from. All your efforts will be fully appreciated.
The trips below will show you lots of information in slightly different formats. If you need any further advice then the following have been involved in the organising of trips to some/many of the areas shown below and would be very willing to help with any further advice on the areas: Ralph Phipps/Jo Fletcher/Jon Lyons
- Agres/Concentaina (Previously organised by Jon Lyons and Ralph Phipps)
- Alpujarras (Previously organised by Geoff Cobb – no notes yet)
- Andorra (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps, Jo Fletcher and Colin Bagnell)
- Ayna (Previously organised by Jon Lyons)
- Cazorla (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps)
- Els Ports (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps)
- Guadarrama (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps)
- Mallorca (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps)
- Montserrat (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps)
- Morroco (Previously organised by John Male – no notes yet)
- Nuria (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps)
- Area Notes
- Panticosa (Previously organised by Bob Fisher)
- Picos (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps, John Price and Jo Fletcher)
- Piedra en Sec – Mallorca?
- Segorbe (Previously organised by Martin Dunkley and Adrian Murray)
- Tenerife (Previously organised by Ralph Phipps)
- Tremp (Previously organised by John Mail – No notes yet)
If you are organising a trip, you will normally find that it will be oversubscribed. If you are willing to do so, you may think of running two consecutive periods. Experience has led us to suggest that you do not want to have more than 20 walkers for each period. You may also wish to stipulate that non-walkers should be prioritised over walkers as this is a walking holiday and not just an organised holiday. If you are organising a trip on behalf of the CBMW you may need to prioritise who goes on the trip. In general, the group feels that the leaders should take priority over casual walkers and also walkers who are regular walkers should be prioritised over the occasional walker. To help with this process it is useful to use a Google Form, an example of which is HERE. The form can be tailored by the CBMW Webmaster should you wish. From this form, you will be able to see a table of who has applied and what information they have provided.