In September the club made a visit south of the central belt. The club stayed at the hostel on the UNESCO site of New Lanark, which was very impressive. On the Saturday the main group headed off and climbed the Grahams Culter Fell and Gathersnow Hill; the weather was perfect and we had great views in all directions. Other groups consisting of no more than 2 did other grahams. We all returned back to the hostel early after an excellent ice cream in Biggar. In the evening we traveled by taxi to the Italian restaurant `PREGO` in Lanark, which everybody thought was also excellent and one of the best Italian meals most us have every had. Congratulations goes to the club secretary for choosing this place. In the morning we did the local walk to the falls of Clyde, which is to be highly recommended.