Type of Website: Walking Group

*CHA & HF Walkers & Ramblers Derby
Overview

'The Club exists to promote rambling and walking. Chiefly walks are in Derbyshire in the Peak district, though occasionally walks drift further afield by way of variety. We are open to everyone regardless of status, and welcome new members. Walks are planned and led by various members, and new ideas for walks are always needed, we do not want to get into a rut!'

*Chelmsford YHA Local Group
Overview

'We have weekends away about once a month to Youth Hostels and bunkhouses around the country, occassional local Sunday walks, and various social events in and around Chelmsford. Also there are longer trips such as New Year in the Peak District, Easter in the Lake District or a week in Scotland. Most trips are based around hill walking, and we also have some cycling weekends and other outdoor activities.'

*Chester & District Walking Group
Overview

'Friendly group of people from Chester, Wirral and North Wales who enjoy walking, socialising and weekends away ... Chester and District Walking Group was formerly known as Chester YHA Walking Group prior to a name-change in 2007. The group was founded in the 1980s although it has been suggested that our walk origins go back as far as the 1940s and 50s.'

*Chester Great Outdoors Club
Overview

As good as you make it ... : 'We run weekend, day and evening events throughout the year. There's something on every week and often several times a week during summer. We plan to have a weekend away every month, and several day walks and biking events every month. During the summer we also have evening walks and biking events every week.'

*Chester Rambling and Hill Walking Club
Overview

'A Chester based walking club offering up to three grades of walks on Sundays and a walk on alternate Wednesdays: Club Guided walks in Snowdonia , North Wales and counties surrounding Cheshire. Grades of Walks A – Mountain walk, usually with more than 600m (~2000ft) of ascent; B – Moorland walk, usually with more than 300m (~1000ft) of ascent; C – Mainly pastoral walk usually with less than 300m (~1000ft) of ascent.'

*Chesterfield & NE Derbyshire Ramblers
Overview

'Our programme contains regular walks throughout the year from four miles upwards and from easy to strenuous. There are walks accessible by public transport and by car. We feature themed walks, evening walks, and rambles for the visually impaired – and are the main contributor to the local Walking Festival.'

*Chiltern Young Walkers
Overview

'We are over 150 people from their 20s to early 40s who enjoy walking and socialising. Most of our walks end at the pub, a great way to get to know fellow members. You will see familiar faces and often meet new people each time you come ...'

*Chilterns Weekend Walkers
Overview

'Regular weekend walks together with an active social calendar have made the Chilterns Weekend Walkers one of the fastest growing walking groups affiliated to the Ramblers Association. The Group was founded in 2006 by a number of people moving out of the age group traditionally served by the Chilterns 20s & 30s Group. We have grown rapidly in that time and now boast more than 400 members from a wide variety of backgrounds and nationalities ...'

*Chorley Ramblers
Overview

'Offer a wide variety of walks within the beautiful West Pennine Moors and the outlying villages from Rivington in the East to Mawdesley in the West and from Hoghton in the North to Adlington in the South. We also venture further afield to the Lake District, Yorkshire, Cheshire and Derbyshire.'

*Christian Walking Club
Overview

'The Christian Walking Club (known as the Christian Rambling Club from its foundation in 1981 until May 2013) aims to provide opportunities to enjoy walking at the weekend whilst still having Christian fellowship. We organise a programme of walking weekends and weeks away throughout the year in many parts of the UK ... We also have a fairly extensive network of Local Groups who organise day walks at the weekend, usually on a Saturday, once a month in their local area and occasional weekends away. The Local Groups are run independently of the national club.'

*City of Birmingham Ramblers
Overview

'We have an on-going programme of Sunday walks as well as Weekday walks and the more demanding Ridges and tops walks in the summer and autumn.'

*Clackmannanshire Hillwalking and Social Club
Overview

'We are a club based in the beautiful area of Clackmannanshire which promotes an abundance of great hills. This club is for anyone interested in hill walking at all levels who are looking to meet new people and climb a few hills but most importantly just have a good laugh and enjoy good company in the process.'

*Cleobury Mortimer Footpath Association
Overview

'Formed in 1990. The Association was a founding member (1993) of Shropshire’s Parish Paths Partnerships (P3) programme - now one of a large number of volunteer groups that provide a vital contribution to the maintenance of public rights of way for County Council on a voluntary basis.'

*Clyde Valley Ramblers
Overview

'Popular walking group based in Hamilton with members located throughout Lanarkshire.'

*Colchester Ramblers
Overview

'We have an active walks programme throughout the year with walks on both Wednesdays and Sundays. During the summer we also have Friday evening walks to gently ease you into the weekend.'

*Coldstream Ramblers Group
Overview

'We are a small, friendly group that walks every other weekend for our longer walks and on the first Wednesday of the month for shorter walks. Our members come from the eastern Scottish Borders area, from the coast to as far inland as Galashiels and we have a wide range of walks from coastal to the Cheviots, from North Northumberland to the Lammermuirs and much of the Central Borders ...'

*Comberton Ramblers
Overview

'The Comberton Ramblers Group walk on alternate Sundays. Walks are from 4 - 7 miles, usually ending near a public house. We are a friendly / informative group and enjoy exploring the varied countryside in this area.'

*Community Rights of Way Service [CROWS]
Overview

'Aims to maintain and repair Rights of Way and permissive paths in the Upper Calder and Ryburn valleys and to report to the local council on the condition of the Rights of Way network.'

*Cornwall Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'The Cornwall group generally walk on the 2nd Sunday of each month. We also organise cycling, canoeing and surfing occasionally.'

*Coven Ramblers
Overview

'We are a Local Walking Group operating from Coven in Staffordshire There are no "membership fees" just come and join us for an enjoyable Sunday Morning Walk. Our Walks are organised on the first Sunday of Each Month and are usually between 5 and 6 miles. Everyone Welcome.'

*Coventry CHA Rambling Club
Overview

'Organise Saturday and Sunday rambles plus “Sunset Strolls” during the lighter evenings.'

*Crawley & N. Sussex Ramblers
Overview

'Crawley Branch of the Ramblers is a caring group. We like to walk for pleasure and the enjoyment of other peoples' company, and for the exercise. We are of mixed ages, some young, some older and some very old! Our walks are researched and walked in advance to make sure they are suitable for all, checking for hazards in case there are problems for those who are less able than others.'

*Crewe and Nantwich Rambling Club
Overview

60 years old on 13th October 2016  'Winnie Jenkins was a typist in the Crewe 1st District Tax Office, and a member of the Chester Rambling Club. She broke away from the Chester Rambling Club and got some colleagues in the Crewe Tax Office interested in rambling, and so in October 1946, the Crewe C.H.A and H F Rambling Club was formed ...'

*Croydon HF Rambling Club
Overview

Aims are 'to get people out into the surrounding countryside, to visit places of interest and to meet up with like-minded people. It is not just a Club for those who want to walk, but also caters for those who wish to visit some of the many interesting places there are in and around the area, including London and further afield'.

*Croydon Outdoor Pursuits & Social Events Club
Overview

'Walking and cycling form the core of the outdoor programme, although Club Members often organise other exciting one day, weekend or full week holidays, involving activities like caving, canoeing, climbing, skiing and windsurfing. We attempt to put something back into the community by arranging conservation projects, a "wheelchair ramble" and support for the charity "Shelterbox".'

*Croydon Ramblers
Overview

'Croydon Ramblers was founded in 1950, the first of Ramblers' local groups, and we are also one of the largest local groups in Surrey. Our main activity is our extensive walking programme of about thirty walks a month. We have walks on most days of the week and sometimes there is a choice to cater for Ramblers' abilities and experience.'

*Dales Walking Group for Singles
Overview

'ARE YOU SINGLE? Do you like walking in the Yorkshire Dales? Would you like to walk in the beautiful Dales with a friendly group of like minded people? make new friends? keep fit and healthy? Then why not join the Dales Walking Group ... We are a group of friendly people aged around 55 and over although whatever your age if you enjoy walking at a steady pace you would be very welcome to join us.'

*Darlington CHA & HF Rambling Club
Overview

'The club was first established in 1936 and the first walk was on Sunday 8th November 1936.  Then there were 50 members and it was arranged that there would be walks alternating half day Saturday and a full day Sunday ...'

*Darlington Dales & Hills Ramblers
Overview

'A Walking Group for Ramblers members in their 20s, 30s & 40s.'

*Dartford & Gravesham Ramblers
Overview

'Dartford Ramblers was formed in 1992 with Gravesham added four years later. Our membership consists of people from all walks of life who live not only the two districts mentioned but also in Bexley and south east London.'

*Dedham Footpath Group
Overview

'This guide is designed to allow visitors and residents to enjoy the large number of footpaths that exist in and around the historic village of Dedham, in north-east Essex. Many of the views that you will see have been immortalised in the pictures of John Constable RA, who lived in the neighbouring village of East Bergholt, and attended school in Dedham ... '

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*Derby Activity Social Hiking Group
Overview

'Although ... we do many things, what we do most is walk. Hardly surprising with the Peak District on the doorstep. Most Sundays see a day walk of varying lengths and difficulty.'

*Derby and South Derbyshire Ramblers
Overview

'Before you join the Group why not come out on some walks with us. Just contact the leader of any walk you are interested in and find out if it is suitable for you and that you have the right fitness, equipment etc. We hope to see you out in Derbyshire ...'

*Derby Nomad Ramblers
Overview

'Derby Nomad Ramblers offer a warm welcome with walks on almost every Sunday in pleasant company, predominantly in the beautiful Peak District. The club also walks on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month ... A reputation as the hardest walking club in Derbyshire was acquired in the early years, but the Club has mellowed and mellowed and the Programme now offers a range of walks with something to suit most abilities.'

*Derby Wayfarers Rambling Club
Overview

'We are a small, friendly walking club of varying abilities. Our Programme aims to be inclusive, so walks range from about four miles to twelve, with the occasional longer one thrown in for the more intrepid! Most walks take place on a Sunday:- a full day once a fortnight; - a morning ramble on one of the remaining Sundays. Also, monthly on a Tuesday: - a short to medium walk. In the winter, we have a monthly evening meeting, but this is replaced by a walk in the summer.'

*Devon Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'The Devon group generally walk on the 1st Sunday of each month.'

*Dinefwr Ramblers
Overview

'We are one of the smaller Ramblers groups but we offer a wide range of walks with experienced leaders who know where to go for memorable rambles. We welcome new walkers in both Welsh and English, and a few of us even manage some words in other languages.'

*Dinton Walking Group
Overview

'We organise about 60 leisurely paced 4 to 6 mile walks on weekdays and weekends throughout the year, usually within a 10-15 miles radius of the centre of Wokingham. We also arrange some London walks and others further afield ...'

*Disabled Ramblers
Overview

'The Disabled Ramblers exists to help mobility-challenged people get back out into the countryside. Able-bodied helpers are welcome to support members and to help with loading scooters ... About 30 rambles are run each year across England and Wales – mostly from March to October ... When time permits, our routes are being added to ViewRanger. This enables you to see the route on your computer and then download it to your Smartphone. You can then follow the route on your phone as you go along.'

*Ditchling Footpaths Conservation Society
Overview

'The Society brings together those who are interested in the local public footpaths and bridleways of Ditchling, Streat and Westmeston.'

Exploring Ditchling by Footpaths Conservation Society  'Ten family walks, between three and six miles long, in and around the picturesque villages of Ditchling, Streat, and Westmeston, including Ditchling Common and Ditchling Beacon.'

*Doncaster HF Rambling Club
Overview

'The club was founded in 1948 under the auspices of the Holiday Fellowship, now known as HF Holidays, to whom we are affiliated, and has a wide cross section of membership from all parts of Doncaster. The Club aims to provide, in good company, opportunities for the healthy enjoyment of countryside and the open air.'

*Doncaster Outsiders Walking Club
Overview

'We generally meet every 4 weeks on a Sunday at 8.00am at the Market Car Park for a full day out, and enjoy a variety of interesting walks all over the area, from the Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors, Yorkshire Wolds, East Coast and Peak District, to walks around historic sites and geological features, and finishing in historic towns or pretty villages ... We are an adult Fell Walking Club and as such everyone must have a sense of Personal Responsibility.'

*Doncaster Ramblers
Overview

'We provide walks on Tuesdays and Saturdays throughout the year. These walks are usually of about 10 miles in length and vary in location from local walks starting from Thorne, Fishlake, Edlington and Epworth, etc, to Grindleford, Calver and Hathersage in the beautiful Peak District, to walks in the Castle Howard area, in the Wolds, as well as many more locations up to about an hour's drive away. These walks are for reasonably experienced walkers ...'

*Doncaster Wayfarers
Overview

'Friendly and welcoming walking club for all ages and abilities ... The second Sunday of August 1978 was the inaugural walk of the Doncaster Wayfarers walking club ... The Club was formed by a breakaway group from the [former] International Fellwalkers, who were looking for a more family orientated venue.'

*Dorset Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'Organises walks throughout the year, usually on the 2nd Sunday of the month. During the summer there is occasionally an additional walk. The typical length is 6 to 9 miles.'

*Dorset Young Walkers
Overview

'A friendly outdoor activities and social group in our 20s to 30s, established in 2003.'

*Dover and Thanet Rights of Way Society
Overview

'Our walks take place all year round on public rights of way, in the districts of Dover, Thanet and sometimes Canterbury ... Members work with other local walking groups to help keep rights of way in good order and accessible to all.'

*Down Danderers Rambling Club
Overview

'Founded in 1989 and is based at Ballynahinch in the heart of Down. This is a very active club with a preponderance of women walkers. Down Danderers is a friendly welcoming group with a huge reservoir of knowledge on walking in Co.Down. Groups of 30 members and upwards are frequent on midweek walks, and during summer months numbers have exceeded 60.'

*Dronfield Footpaths and Bridleways Society
Overview

'Formed in 1989 to save and improve local paths. We now have 140 members and run a series of regular, all year round, guided walks.'

*Dudley Ramblers
Overview

Categories of Walks: [1] Extra Long  'An all day walk of 12 miles plus, with three breaks. Seasoned walkers at a quicker pace. Could include high peaks '- - - : [2]  Long  'An all day walk of 10 - 12 miles, more strenuous, with three breaks possibly including a pub. It is recommended that new walkers attempt a short or a medium first' - - - : [3] Medium  'Walks of 7-9 miles possibly undulating terrain. At least two breaks possibly with a pub' - - - : [4] Short  'Half day walk of 4-6 miles, these are easy going and make an ideal introduction to rambling'

*Dumfries & District Ramblers
Overview

'We offer our members about 100 walks a year. The core programme consists of day walks every fortnight on both Saturday and Sunday: usually an easy, low-level walk and a more strenuous one, and ranging from 6 to 12 miles in length. From May to August we provide a shorter evening walk on alternate Tuesdays and Wednesdays every week. In addition to the core programme there is a Half Day walk and an Adventure walk every month ... Residential weekends are held each year and allow the group to visit areas beyond the range of our day walks.'

*Dunblane Rambling Club
Overview

'The Club meet once a fortnight, on Sundays, and use their own cars, sharing the cost of transport ... The Stirling Hillwalking Club meets on the alternate Sunday so that if you join both clubs there's a walk each week.'

*Ealing Outdoor Club
Overview

'We are a friendly outdoor group based in West London. Our main outdoor activity is walking although we do occassionally do other activities such as cycling and pony-trekking.'

*Earlston Paths Group
Overview

Paths For All Community Path Group of The Year 2015 ! 'The successful Earlston Paths Group was formed in 2005 with a broad aim to develop & maintain a sustainable and accessible path network around the Earlston and Redpath areas.  We also care for and maintain paths that we've created all year round ...'

*East Antrim Rambling Club
Overview

'Founded in 1979, organises a programme of walks every Sunday throughout the year, Summer and Winter and on Wednesday evenings from April to September. Wednesday morning walks start on the last Wednesday in September and proceed two or three times each-month from October to March.'

*East Cheshire Outdoor Group
Overview

'We have a varied programme of outdoor events focussed around walking, cycling and mountain biking but also including canoeing, rock climbing and mountaineering ...'

*East Cheshire Ramblers
Overview

'Most of our members live in the area of north-east Cheshire centred around Macclesfield and Wilmslow. We organise several walks each week which are generally in our local area or the Peak District but are occasionally in North Wales, the Yorkshire Dales or the Lake District.'

*East Herts Footpath Society
Overview

'An independent walking and campaigning group with a membership of 300+ households, mostly living in East Hertfordshire.'

*East Kent Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'The East Kent Group generally walk on the last Sunday of each month 8 -10 miles all day walks, bring your own luch with pub / cafe stops for drinks.'

*East Staffordshire Ramblers
Overview

'We have organised over 300 walks in the past year for all levels of ability. The Group started in 1994 with just a few members and has now expanded into a large group of friendly ramblers who enjoy a very varied programme of walks and social activities.'

*Eastbourne Rambling Club
Overview

'Membership of the Eastbourne Rambling Club is open to both newcomers and experienced walkers alike of any age as a wide range of walks is offered to suit most abilities. The Club aims to encourage greater knowledge, care and love of the countryside, to secure and preserve rights of way within its area and to facilitiate social and international friendship.'

*Eastleigh Ramblers
Overview

'The Eastleigh Group covers the same area as that of Eastleigh Borough Council but you can still live outside the Borough and be a member of the Group.'

*Eastwood Ramblers
Overview

'We were formed in 1987 and our first outing took place on the 14th June of that year. We have a membership of around 230 but we don't all turn out for every outing.'

*Easy Rambling Club
Overview

'We are an easy rambling club and walks are arranged to suit our members within reasonable limits. Those who feel unable to complete the full walks are encouraged to adapt the walks to their own requirements.'

*Edinburgh Young Walkers
Overview

'A walking group for people in their 20s and 30s based in Edinburgh.'

*Egons Walking Group
Overview

'The Exploration Group of North Somerset ... are a friendly, informal walking group with members from around the Bristol/Bath/North Somerset area. We have a mixed membership of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. New members, 18 years or over, are always welcome.The aim of the group is to provide a full and varied programme of local walks, hill-walking, mountaineering and occasional other outdoor activities ...'

*Ellon Hillwalking Club
Overview

'The Club was started by local families going walking together; this is reflected in the logo. Still today the walks are achievable by any reasonably fit person ...'

*Epping Forest Outdoor Group
Overview

'Was formed over 50 years ago as a Group for those people who want to do a range of activities in the outdoors. We don't specialise but will try nearly anything. We arrange something for most weekends, with walking and cycling being our most frequent activities, but also have a range of social events which our members might put on the programme.'

*Exeter Outdoor Group
Overview

'A friendly walking and social group, with a programme of activities in and around Devon. Our members are generally in the age range from 40s to 60s, but can be slightly older or younger.'

*Exeter Rambling Club
Overview

'We are an informal and friendly group of people who enjoy walking in the glorious Devon countryside and further afield. The Club is over 70 years old, having been founded in 1938, and is affiliated to the Ramblers, the Walking Partnership and HF Holidays. We currently have around 70 members of all ages and abilities, drawn from Exeter and the surrounding area.'

*Fell & Rock Climbing Club of the English Lake District
Overview

The Objects of the Club include '...to encourage the pursuits of fell walking and rock climbing particularly in the English Lake District...' and also to provide '...information and advice... It is the intention of this part of the website to help to achieve these with some interesting articles and stimulating photographs relating to the fellwalking activities both undertaken by club members and of interest to others.'

*Fell Walking Club
Overview

'Founded in Teesside some 40 years ago  the walks are generally on the second Saturday of each month. There are usually two walks available one being longer than the other to suit differing abilities. Although the club name would point to us walking on the cumbrian fells we are more likely to walk on the North Yorks Moors as all walks are arrived at by car usually within an hour's drive of Teesside.'

*Fenland Ramblers
Overview

'Based in Wisbech covering northern Cambridgeshire. The title of our Group might suggest that our walks are based in Fenland, however, this is not necessarily true. Whilst we do occasionally walk within Fenland, we often venture further afield into other parts of Cambridgeshire as well as Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire, all generally within an hour's drive of Wisbech.'

*Fermanagh Ramblers and Hillwalkers
Overview

'The Fermanagh Ramblers see themselves as a social group who walk. We have dedicated ourselves to becoming the safest possible walking club on the hills and our investment in both our leadership training programme and safety equipment ensures that.'

*Fife Walking Group
Overview

'There is at least one walk on almost every weekend in the year. Walks are graded so that you can be confident about whether a particular walk will suit you or not. We welcome visitors, so if you would like to come out with us to see if we offer what you are looking for just turn up at the walk starting point ready to walk at 10.30 a.m ...'

*Findern Footpaths and Conservation Group
Overview

'Formed as a Findern Parish Council Working party in 1998, initially with four members. Since those early days, we have grown to a Group of about twelve members, some of whom are Parish Councillors. We are a diverse group, we range in ages up to our oldest members who are in their seventies! Some of us have disabilities. We are proud to have a group of youngsters who help us with our projects. Everyone is valued for the skills they bring to the Group.'

*Footloose Walking Club
Overview

'We are a small friendly group of walkers who walk in the Lake District Cumbria. Although we started in 1999 as a singles walking group we are now a mix of singles and couples - is this the test of a successful singles group? All are welcome Singles, Couples, or just Independant. We walk on Sundays throughout the year and some midweek evenings from April to September. We also have an occasional weekend away.'

*Footprints Walking Club - Northern Area
Overview

'The origins of "Footprints Walking Club" can be traced back to the Summer of 1987 when a group of walkers met on a holiday in the Lake District and decided to organise a "reunion" weekend. This led to more weekends being arranged and gradually programmes of day walks as well.'

*Footprints Walking Club - Southern Area
Overview

'From the South Coast, North and South Downs to the Chilterns and all points in between, we have a selection of walks to suit all abilities ... Non-members are welcome to "try us out" on a couple of day walks before deciding to join, but we ask you to check with the leader first ...'

*Forest Ramblers' Club
Overview

'The Forest Ramblers are a London walking club founded in 1884. We are generally believed to be the oldest rambling club still in existence in the UK: on November 30th 2014 we celebrated the 130th anniversary of the club’s formation.'

*Forfar and District Hill Walking Club
Overview

'Formed in 1963 to "encourage public interest in hill walking", and has thrived since these early days, gaining a reputation as a friendly family club. Members come from most parts of Angus, with a few from further afield. The current membership is around 80 and consists of members of all ages.'

*Forres Footpaths Trust
Overview

'Dedicated to establishing a network of walks in and around Forres. Few Scottish towns can boast the same kind of beauty and history that surrounds this Royal Burgh. In order to enjoy all that is on offer, the Trust has developed a number of walks around the town. Choose to look at the many historic artefacts still on show, marvel at the glorious floral displays or simply stroll around and get a feel for this beautiful town.'

*Foyle Hillwalking and Rambling Club
Overview

'We provide a weekly programme of walks, alternating between Saturdays and Sundays. Our walks start in Derry/Londonderry from either Waterside Station or Templemore Sports Complex, depending where the walk is at. While some of our walks are on forest trails and paths many are in mountainous areas where there are no paths.'

*Freshfield Ramblers
Overview

'Freshfield Ramblers is a walking group for adults of all ages. A modest minimum level of physical ability is required: you should be able to walk 8 miles or so at a reasonable pace, over occasionally rough terrain carrying a day pack, sometimes in adverse weather conditions.'

*Fylde Coast Ramblers
Overview

'We are a friendly and unpretentious walking club based on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire. We have walks planned for almost every weekend. Transfer to the destinations is mainly by coach, with collection points in St.Annes on Sea, Blackpool, Cleveleys, Thornton Cleveleys and Poulton le Fylde.'

*Fylde Ramblers Group
Overview

'Ours is an active group with a large number of members, ranging from those who are keen to scale the heights of Scafell Pike to those who enjoy the social activities where they remember the walks of yesteryear. Our wide and varied programme is testament to the appetite for involvement in all aspects of the club. To enable the smooth running of the club we have a very active committee who meet regularly and look for new and varied experiences to offer to our members.'

*Gap o' the North Hill Walking Club
Overview

'We walk every second Sunday starting from the Gap o' the North pub in Jonesborough at 10am. There is a strong local focus on the Cooleys and the Ring of Gullion with occasional trips to the Mournes and further afield. As far as possible we try to combine each walk with some local knowledge of history or archaeological sites and interpretation of landscape to show farming and community development over the centuries.'

*Get Your Boots On
Overview

'We are a friendly and sociable walking group, part of the Ramblers. Aimed at people in their 20s, 30s and the young at heart, we welcome walkers across North Yorkshire and the East Riding.'

*Glasgow Young Walkers
Overview

'We are a walking group for people in their 20s and 30s. We have a varied walk programme - from short flat walks to longer high level routes. Throughout the year we have a varied social programme including trips away. Hope to see you on a walk soon ...'

*Glens of Antrim Rambling Club
Overview

'The bread and butter of the Club is the weekly walk, usually on a Sunday. A long walk starting at 11-00am and a shorter walk starting at 2-00pm on alternate Sundays.'

*Gloucestershire Outdoor Group
Overview

'Social walking group which offers walks, weekends away, and a wide range of other outdoor activities. Our members are singles and couples and people who like to be part of and contribute to a social group.'

*Gloucestershire Walking Group
Overview

'We are a walking group for people of working age who are keen to get outdoors, walking and enjoying the countryside. We offer walks across the glorious Cotswold countryside and beyond most Sundays, often with a detour to a local pub or tea shop. During the summer we offer Thursday evening walks followed by a pub meal ... Almost all our members are of working age. We have some walks specifically for people in their 20s and 30s and these are proving very popular ...'

*Goostrey Footpaths Group
Overview

'An informal group of volunteers who work in co-operation with Goostrey Parish Council and Cheshire County Council Public Rights of Way Unit to maintain and improve rural footpaths around the village, making them more enjoyable and accessible to all, and to encourage the use of these footpaths ...'

*Granite City Hillwalkers
Overview

'We are an informal but dedicated group of hill walkers of all abilities, backgrounds, ages, etc based in and around Aberdeen.'

*Great Yeldham Walking Group
Overview

'An informal group who meet once a month to walk the local footpaths. The walks vary in length but usually last about two hours. We have footpaths on all sides of the village and different routes are chosen from month to month to give as much variety as possible. This is a good way to get to know your local countryside without having to be super-fit.'

*Grey Panthers, The
Overview

'A small group of walkers from the North East of England. Each week the walks that the group enjoy are recorded on this site, with photographs to illustrate the countryside that they have covered. Each walk is accompanied by a Route Description. The group walks almost every week in the year, and each walk is about 10 miles long.'

*Grimsby Fell Walking and Climbing Club
Overview

'This is the club that gets you out of town to some interesting walking areas that include Derbyshire, The Pennines, The Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire Moors, The Lake District and North Wales.'

*Gwydyr Mountain Club
Overview

'For people who like outside activities, principally in the mountains. These activities include mountain walking, scrambling, rock climbing and snow and ice climbing when available. Members also go mountain biking and coast walking. We are a Wirral based club, despite the Welsh name ... The Club owns a hut in Capel Curig (close to the Gwydyr forest) and also a self-catering cottage. Members pay an annual membership fee, which includes use of the club hut and discounts on bookings for our cottage as well as discounts for local mountaineering shops.'

*Halton Ramblers
Overview

'Our group organises fortnightly Sunday coaches to the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, North Wales and Shropshire, picking up in Widnes, Runcorn and west Warrington. Typically 4 or 5 walks of different grades are offered on each outing. We also, in conjunction with the other groups in the North and Mid-Cheshire Area, organise around half a dozen full-day and half-day walks each week in these areas and closer to home.'

*Hammersmith Fulham and Wandsworth Ramblers
Overview

'As our name suggests, most of our members live in either the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, or the London Borough of Wandsworth. We offer a great selection of walks every weekend - and often midweek too. Many of these are open to the public, and you will find them here, for up to two months in advance ...'

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