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Southampton University Hillwalking Club

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Welcome to the Southampton University Hillwalking Club!

Please browse this website, forum and photo gallery to get an idea of the people we are, the places we go and the fun we have. Like what you see? Then join us for Daywalks, Socials, Away Trips and much much more. Remember to add your name to our mailing list (see below) in order to receive details of our upcoming events.


Want to join our mailing list? Send an email to susu-hillwalking-request@lists.soton.ac.uk with only the word "subscribe" in the body of the email. It doesn't matter what you put the subject as. That's it!


Want to become a member of SUHC? Just come along to any of our frequent daywalks or socials to meet some of our members and the committee!


Got a question? Feel free to email the club at walking@soton.ac.uk or post on our Facebook page, and we will answer your question as soon as possible!


 
     

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Who are we?


SUHC is a club for Southampton Uni students who are interested in walking of various levels of difficulty, from a walk in the New Forest to a scramble across a wind-swept mountain ridge.

To avoid any undue confusion, please note that the club has changed names in the past, so any club referred to as the 'Rambling','Walking', 'Hillwalking' or 'Rambling and Hillwalking' Club most probably refers to us!!

SUHC is definitely NOT:
Hard to get into - there are no initiations or special joining ceremonies, all you need to do is come with willingness to have fun!
Competitive - Everyone is welcome, you don't need to prove yourself to enjoy the countryside
A small club - we currently have around 70 members, roughly half of which regularly participate in everything we do
A club that is always demanding - no events are compulsory, hence do as much as you want
New - the club was founded over 30 years ago!

Got a question not answered on this webpage? Feel free to get in contact by emailing walking@soton.ac.uk