Type of Website: Walking Group

*Mid Sussex Ramblers
Overview

'The Group was formed in 1973 and currently has over 500 members. We offer a varied programme of walks throughout the year to suit all ages and walking abilities.'

*Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society
Overview

'The Society was founded in 1961 to associate all those who are interested in keeping open and well-marked the public rights of way in Cheshire. Our area of operation covers the majority of the county and is bounded by Runcorn, Warrington South of the Mersey, Lymm, the M6 motorway, Crewe, Audlem, Malpas and Chester.'

*Mid-Ulster Walking Club
Overview

'Sunday Walks are held every three weeks throughout the year ... Shorter mid-week (Thursday) walks are held every two weeks. These are usually easier, with an emphasis on enjoying the landscape ...'

*Minchinhampton Walking and Wildlife Group
Overview

'The group was formed to share knowledge about the unique wildlife habitats in the parish of Minchinhampton and to enjoy the local environment in the company of like-minded people. We also monitor and investigate local habitats in conjunction with conservation organisations. Knowledge that we gain is shared on this website and by creating documented walks around the parish.'

*Monklands Ramblers
Overview

'Welcome to the best walking club in Scotland ... one of the largest R.A. clubs in Scotland, and the first Scottish R.A. club on the Internet! We are based in the Monklands area of Central Scotland in North Lanarkshire, some 12 miles east of Glasgow.'

*Moorland Ramblers
Overview

'We are a friendly and welcoming group of people. Every Sunday, we offer a strenuous walk of generally ten to fifteen miles, often over the rough and rugged terrain of Dartmoor. The walks generally start at 10am from different places around Dartmoor.'

*Moorside Walking Club
Overview

'We are a local walking group operating in Staffordshire. There are no membership fees just come and join us for an enjoyable walk. We cater for New Walkers and can provide advice relating to walking equipment and conduct.'

*Moray Ramblers
Overview

'Arrange walks of all grades plus social events related to the outdoors, including annual weekends away, with Christmas and midsummer meal for combined long and short walks.'

*Morecambe and District HF Rambling Club
Overview

'Aims are to provide for group rambling, to promote the healthy enjoyment of leisure, the love of open air, social and international friendships and to organize holiday-making and other activities within these objectuves ...'

*Morley Ramblers
Overview

'We are always delighted to welcome new walkers, both Morley students and Friends and anyone else out there.... Why not join us for a couple of trial walks after which we will be pleased to offer you membership of the club at a modest £8 per annum. Non-students will be invited to join the Friends for an additional £5.'

*Morpeth Footpaths Society
Overview

'If you would like to join us on a walk to experience what it is all about, have a look at the Walking Programme and choose from one of the many walks you would like to accompany us on ... A maximum of 2 walks can be taken as a guest and full membership would be expected thereafter ... After the walk, you will undoubtedly have had a marvellous time, and will want to join the Society ... The Society celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2014!'

*Mountain Rescue England & Wales
Overview

'Mountain rescue team members are on call, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Over the last few years, we've recovered climbers from precipitous crags, reunited lost walkers with their pals and ensured injured and sick casualties have been treated and transported into vital hospital care ... '

*Mountain Weather Information Service
Overview

'MWIS currently produce forecasts for 8 different mountain areas of the UK as an aid to mountain safety. These forecasts are now viewed by 2.3 million visitors to our website a year, and can be read on the appropriate webpage, downloaded as a printable PDF, or accessed via internet enabled mobile phone.'

*Mountaineering Council of Scotland
Overview

'Whether you’re an elite climber, just learning the ropes at a climbing wall, or getting into hill walking and wanting to learn about safety, the MCofS is here to help you get even more from your chosen mountain activity in this great country.'

*Mourne Rambling Group
Overview

'We are the Mourne Rambling Group, a hill walking club providing 2 or 3 levels of walks every Sunday in the Mourne mountains ... However, please note, we are a hill walking club and you must be fit enough to walk hills and not just on the flat.'

*Nevis Hillwalking Club
Overview

'Walks in one of the best hill-walking areas on the planet. Our walks programme contains a mixture of classic Lochaber hill-walks, such as the Ring of Steall or the Five Sisters of Kintail, and less well-known outings.'

*Newcastle & District CHA HF Rambling Club
Overview

'This is one of the oldest Rambling Clubs in the country, with a continuous history since 1902. Originally we were a local group of two organisations: CHA - once the "Co-operative Holidays Association" - now Countrywide Holidays taken over by Ramblers Holidays; HF - once “Holidays Fellowship” - now HF Holidays. Ramblers Holidays and HF Holidays still provide walking holidays or special interest holidays in Great Britain and abroad. '

*Newmarket Ramblers
Overview

'Formed in 1982. Due to the particular location of the town, which is in Suffolk but almost completely surrounded by Cambridgeshire, the group attracted members from both counties ... The Newmarket group's official catchment area extends along the western fringe of Suffolk and includes the expanding town of Haverhill.'

*Newport Outdoor Group
Overview

'We are a friendly group that offers walks, cycling, social activities and weekends away to suit all ages and abilities. We offer at least one walk a week and usually more during the Summer months. Walks vary from 3 miles to 12+ miles. There is something for everyone who enjoys walking.'

*Newton Abbot and District Ramblers
Overview

'You don't have to live in Newton Abbot - our members come from Exeter, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Torbay, Totnes, Ashburton, Buckfastleigh and beyond ...'

*Nordic Walking UK
Overview

'The original brand & award winning leading authority on Nordic Walking across the UK.'

*North East Hampshire Ramblers Association
Overview

'Based in the Farnborough, Aldershot and Fleet area and is the local group of the Hampshire area of the Ramblers Association covering Rushmoor and Hart districts.'

*North Gwent Ramblers
Overview

'We are a local walking group that are members of the Ramblers' Association. We have a varied walks programme that includes Leisurely/Easy - not difficult, shorter walks, ideal for beginners, through to Strenuous - more challenging walks, for the experienced walker.'

*North Hampshire Downs Group of the Ramblers
Overview

'Represents the local group of the Ramblers covering Basingstoke and the surrounding area ... The beautiful and diverse Hampshire countryside offers many opportunities for interesting walks with its idyllic hidden villages, glorious open countryside and wooded hills.'

*North Herts Ramblers Group
Overview

North Herts Ramblers won the Ramblers' Best Led Walks Programme Award for the UK in 2013. 'The successful Walks Programme has been evolving over a number of years. The traditional Sunday long walk of 10 to 15 miles continues as the central feature and can attract ten to thirty people. The majority of the walks are in the North Hertfordshire countryside but can extend out into The Chilterns ... '

*North Kingston Hillwalking Club
Overview

'Our aim is to provide members the opportunity to experience the joys of hill walking in the beautiful British Countryside over a weekend at least once a month. In addition, we also try to do at least one nearby day walk once a month on either Saturday or Sunday.'

*North London & South Herts Ramblers
Overview

'Most of our members live in Enfield, Barnet or Potters Bar. Living near the edge of London, we generally drive out to Hertfordshire or the Chilterns for our walks ...'

*North London Outdoor Group
Overview

'Barnet YHA Group (also known as North London Outdoor Group) is a Local YHA Group, currently with 70 members in the age range 30s to 50s and above, living in North London and Hertfordshire.'

*North London Rambling Club
Overview

'We organise varied rambles and interest visits around London and the Home Counties each Saturday, and sometimes mid-week, always using public transport. Our walks are from 6 up to 15+ miles long. Enjoy the countryside, get some exercise, and unwind. We're a friendly group, all ages welcome, but the core ranges from 30 to 60+.'

*North West London HF Walking Club
Overview

'We are a friendly informal walking group based in North West London running walks within London and the nearby countryside and have been established for over 75 years. The walks take place on Sundays and Thursdays each week. Other activities include pub lunches and visits to places of interest.'

*Northallerton Ramblers
Overview

'We at Northallerton Ramblers pride ourselves on our friendliness and welcoming attitude to new members. You are welcome to walk with us before you join so that you can be sure that you are happy with our approach to walking ... '

*Northampton Group of the Ramblers
Overview

'We are a group of 450 members. ... Membership benefits include our map library, our newsletter and other facilities on this website (local walk descriptions and updated maps).'

*Northampton Outdoor Group
Overview

'The Group comprises people of all ages and backgrounds and various levels of fitness. Although many members are keen walkers, most group events are relatively non-challenging to allow all members to participate.'

*Northants 20s - 40s Ramblers
Overview

'We are a group of people in their 20s, 30s and 40s, from in and around Northamptonshire, who enjoy walking, scrambling, climbing and generally having a bit of fun. Our walks are now on most weekends and range from short local walks to longer hikes in more interesting areas a bit further afield, such as the Peak District, Cotswolds, Chilterns, South Downs etc.'

*Nottingham HF Rambling Club
Overview

'An active walking club with a long tradition dating back to its formation in 1923. The Club organises walking holidays, Sunday and mid-week rambles and social events. Current club membership is around 250.'

*Nottingham Ramblers
Overview

'Our programme covers a wide range of locations in both our local countryside and areas further afield such as the Peak District. All of the walks are led by Ramblers’ members to whom we are very grateful.'

*Nottinghamshire Footpaths Preservation Society
Overview

'Our main activity now ... is taking part in a programme of medium-length walks, mainly around Nottinghamshire, on every other Tuesday throughout the year. During the summer months we also do some shorter walks, also on Tuesdays'

*Nuneaton Rambling Club
Overview

'We are independent of, but affiliated to the Ramblers. We organise walks nearly every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday and in the summer there are some short evening walks.'

*Oakley Ramblers Club
Overview

'For some people, the words "Rambling Club" conjure up an impression of vigorously fit individuals bounding energetically for vast distances over hill and dale in all weathers. This image has an off putting effect on a lot of people who just want to go for a nice walk in the country. Going for a nice walk in the beautiful North Hampshire countryside is just what we do!'

*Odds & Ends Walking Group
Overview

'We are a friendly, welcoming North West London based walking group that meets every Thursday for six to eight mile walks, starting at tube or main line stations around London and the South East ... On average ten to twelve people walk each week, and on most walks we usually find time for refreshments at a cafe or pub along the way to supplement our packed lunches.'

*OiR - Ayr
Overview

'Opportunities in Retirement (OiR Ayr) was founded in 1985 and is a charitable organisation for people over 50. The organisation exists to encourage and facilitate interesting activities for the membership which is drawn from Ayr and the surrounding district. Most groups depend on the initiative, skills and voluntary contributions of individual members.'

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*OiR - Largs
Overview

'An organisation for the over-50's. Membership is around 600, drawn mostly from Largs, Skelmorlie, Wemyss Bay, Fairlie and West Kilbride. It was founded in 1987. The organisation exists to encourage and facilitate interesting activities for those who have retired, or who may be thinking about it. Most activity groups depend on the initiative, skills and voluntary contributions of individual members ... '

*Oldham Ramblers
Overview

'Oldham Group helps local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. We are a very active group offering throughout the year: Two walking groups on Sundays - easy and moderate. One Wednesday walk with pub lunch/ an easy or moderate day walk.'

*Ormskirk Friday Walking Group
Overview

'The Friday Walking group (formally known as the Life Long Learning Walking Group or LLL), originated as a self help group in which people come together to share experience, knowledge, and interests on a variety of topics, one of which was walking. The Ormskirk Friday Walking Group is now just a walking group.'

*Out on Sunday Walking Group
Overview

'We are a walking group based in and around Greater Manchester, mainly but not exclusively for members of the LGBT community. Walks are led by members of the group and take place on a fortnightly basis during the autumn and winter, and weekly during the spring and summer.'

*Oxford and District HF Rambling Club
Overview

'We walk between 5 and 14 miles most weekends, with a stop for either a pub lunch or a picnic on the majority of rambles. In the summer months there are shorter evening rambles. We also run two long weekend walking breaks each year and most years have a long distance walk. We hold several social activities during the year.'

*Oxford Fieldpaths Society
Overview

'Perhaps the best known activity of the Oxford Fieldpaths Society is the organisation of a programme of walks ... Formed in 1926, the Oxford Fieldpaths Society (OFS) is one of the UK's oldest walking groups. The society was formed to protect the footpaths, bridlepaths and commons in the neighbourhood of Oxford, ensuring that they do not fall out of use and be forgotten.'

*Oxford Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'Thank you for showing an interest in our area. We are mainly a walking group, with the additional attraction of a few invited suppers, BBQs, Christmas events, etc. Most of our regular members are males over forty, but we do attract and of course welcome younger males and ladies ... We are a fairly new and small group formed from the much larger BERKS & MID THAMES GROUP (hereafter referred to as "BERKS") to focus on the Oxford area. Many of our members contribute to BERKS events and vice versa.'

*Peak & Northern Footpaths Society
Overview

'Has been active for well over 100 years, promoting the interests of public footpath users in the North Midlands and North West of England. We monitor, protect, and improve the footpath network for the benefit of all.'

*Pembrokeshire Ramblers' Group
Overview

'First formed in 1974, and we have grown into a flourishing and friendly association of walkers and extend a warm welcome to visitors in this beautiful part of Wales ...'

*Peterborough Younger Walkers
Overview

'We are a friendly walking group in our 20s, 30s, and 40s who enjoy being outdoors and meet up every other Sunday throughout the year in all weathers! Our programme offers walks and social activities to suit all tastes and abilities. But don't worry you don't have to do everything - join us whenever it suits.'

*Phoenix Walking Club
Overview

'Welcome to the website of The Phoenix Walking Club. We are based in North Tyneside and are a very active club. We have around 420 members. Every six days, so it isn't the same day each week, we hire two 53 seater coaches to take us to our destination where a choice of walks between 8 to 16 miles will be available.'

*Plymouth Ramblers
Overview

'We walk regularly on Sundays, Wednesdays and in the Summer on Thursday evenings. There are often two walks on Sundays and Wednesdays one being up to 10 miles and the other a longer or more strenuous one usually 8 to 12 miles long.'

*Portsmouth HF Rambling Club
Overview

'We organise walks every Sunday and Bank Holidays. Walks vary from 6 to 10 miles. We also have regular social events and an annual holiday.'

*Potteries Outdoor Group
Overview

'Walking is at the core of what we do, and we are lucky to have some of England's most beautiful scenery within easy reach (not that we're biased, of course!) ...'

*Poynton Rambling Club
Overview

'Walking mainly in the Peak District, members are from the suburbs of Stockport in Cheshire including Macclesfield, Cheadle and Wilmslow.'

*Preston and District Walking Club
Overview

'We are based in Lancashire in the North West of England but our walks take us round the UK's National Parks, central England, the Lake District, North Wales and even Scotland.'

*Race Walking Association
Overview

'The governing body for race walking in England, the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey.'

*Ramblers (Cymru)
Overview

'Ramblers Cymru is the Welsh section of the charity. We have over 40 groups in Wales which offer led walks every week of all lengths and difficulties.'

Ramblers Cymru is the Welsh section of the charity.  We have over 40 groups in Wales who offer led walks every week of all lengths and difficulties. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/en/wales/what-we-do.aspx#sthash.ORZXr5dA.dpuf
Ramblers Cymru is the Welsh section of the charity.  We have over 40 groups in Wales who offer led walks every week of all lengths and difficulties. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/en/wales/what-we-do.aspx#sthash.ORZXr5dA.dpuf
Ramblers Cymru is the Welsh section of the charity.  We have over 40 groups in Wales who offer led walks every week of all lengths and difficulties. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/en/wales/what-we-do.aspx#sthash.ORZXr5dA.dpuf

Ramblers Cymru is the Welsh section of the charity.  We have over 40 groups in Wales who offer led walks every week of all lengths and difficulties. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/en/wales/what-we-do.aspx#sthash.ORZXr5dA.dpuf

Ramblers Cymru is the Welsh section of the charity.  We have over 40 groups in Wales who offer led walks every week of all lengths and difficulties. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/en/wales/what-we-do.aspx#sthash.ORZXr5dA.dpuf
Ramblers Cymru is the Welsh section of the charity.  We have over 40 groups in Wales who offer led walks every week of all lengths and difficulties. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/en/wales/what-we-do.aspx#sthash.ORZXr5dA.dpuf
*Ramblers (England)
Overview

'We work to promote walking for pleasure, health, leisure and transport to everyone, of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, in towns and cities as well as in the countryside. We want England to be a place where people choose to go walking, contributing to their health and well being and supporting a more sustainable way of life.'

*Ramblers (Scotland)
Overview

'Scotland has world-class access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe ... Ramblers Scotland is working to improve the situation'

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.2k1HK4wX.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

d and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf
*Ramblers - Avon Area
Overview

'All groups welcome new walkers. You don’t have to join the Ramblers when participating in the first two or three walks. Just turn up at the walk start or phone the walk leader beforehand. Some groups will hold "new members" walks occasionally, although you are welcome to come along on any published walk.'

*Ramblers - Bedfordshire Area
Overview

Details of five Ramblers' Groups in the Bedfordshire Area: [1] Ivel Valley - - - : [2] Lea & Icknield - - - : [3] Leighton Buzzard - - - : [4] North Bedfordshire - - - : [5] Ouse Valley

*Ramblers - Berkshire Area
Overview

'We have nine Berkshire Area groups: seven traditional groups covering the county; a 20s & 30s group and a flexi group – something for everybody!'

*Ramblers - Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes and West Middlesex Area
Overview

'The Area supports the activities of ten Groups ... operating in Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes and the London Boroughs of Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent, Ealing and Hounslow. Each group offers a full programme of walks and other activities.'

*Ramblers - Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Area
Overview

'The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area committee is in the process of being reorganised and refreshed, and whilst this is happening Ramblers’ staff team are helping with the essential work of supporting groups.' (12 February 2016)

*Ramblers - Carmarthenshire Area
Overview

Details of four Groups within the Carmarthenshire Ramblers' Area.

*Ramblers - Ceredigion Area
Overview

Details of three Groups within the Ceredigion Ramblers' Area.

*Ramblers - Cornwall Area
Overview

'New members and people that have come to live in Cornwall are all welcome and we hope that you will join us on walks social events and meetings. Non members are welcome too on all walks and are invited to try out walks with different groups before joining the Ramblers. Membership of a local walking group gives you the opportunity to meet like-minded people'

*Ramblers - Derbyshire Area
Overview

'Derbyshire groups organise hundreds of walks each year for its members. Visitors from other areas and anyone interested in walking and the Ramblers' Association are welcome to join us on these walks.'

*Ramblers - Devon Area
Overview

'In Devon alone there are in excess of 2600 members. Without influence from this organisation we would not be enjoying the pleasures of walking that we all take for granted. National Parks, long distance footpaths, and many open access areas would not have happened.'

*Ramblers - Dorset Area
Overview

'Anybody who wants to attend and is capable of going the distance is welcome to come on any Ramblers’ walk.  However, the Area Introduction Walks Programme is primarily aimed at people who are new to walking, who have participated in the Walking for Health programme and are looking for something a bit harder, or who for family, time, health or mobility reasons are not able to complete the Ramblers’ longer walks ...'

The Area Introduction Walks Programme is made up of short walks (3 to 5 miles), which are reasonably flat and within the Ramblers’ definition of an ‘easy’ walk at most

*Ramblers - East Yorkshire and Derwent Area
Overview

'Has about eighteen hundred members ... Geographically, our area is sub-divided into a number of local groups.'

*Ramblers - Essex Area
Overview

'Essex Area Ramblers has nearly 5000 members divided into 19 Groups. These Groups also provide programmes of led walks which are open to all their members. Members can also join walks organised by Ramblers Groups across Britain all at no charge.'

*Ramblers - Forth Valley, Fife & Tayside Area
Overview

'Forth Valley, Fife and Tayside Area, formerly Central, Fife & Tayside Area, has 14 Groups and, at the most recent count, around 1,400 members.'

*Ramblers - Glamorgan Area
Overview

Access to details of about a dozen Groups throughout the Area, plus to news of forthcoming walks and meetings as well as PDFs of the annual Newsletter Glamorgan Rambler.

*Ramblers - Gloucestershire Area
Overview

'Covers the entire County and its eight local groups have a total membership of over 1400.'

*Ramblers - Grampian Area
Overview

List five Groups within the Ramblers' Grampian Area: [1] Aberdeen - - - : [2] Aberdeen Young Walkers - - - : [3] Inverurie - - - : [4] Moray - - - : [5] Stonehaven

*Ramblers - Greater Gwent Area
Overview

Brief descriptions of half a dozen Ramblers' Groups in this Area together with a combined diary of forthcoming rambles as well as access to a map summarising walks around and about taken from the Ramblers Routes online library.

*Ramblers - Greater Manchester and High Peak Area
Overview

'If you live in or around Manchester and enjoy walking, whether it be gentle or strenuous, the Greater Manchester and High Peak Area of the Ramblers and its associated groups organise hundreds of walks throughout the year, so there is sure to be something for you.'

*Ramblers - Hampshire Area
Overview

'The Hampshire Area of the Ramblers has over 5,000 members in 15 groups. Each week the groups lead a variety of walks in Hampshire and our neighbouring counties. They will be delighted to welcome you ...'

*Ramblers - Herefordshire Area
Overview

'In Herefordshire we have four groups: Hereford, Leadon Vale, Mortimer and Ross.'

*Ramblers - Hertfordshire & North Middlesex Area
Overview

'Enjoy good companionship in the beautiful, calming countryside of Hertfordshire and North Middlesex.'

*Ramblers - Highland & Islands Area
Overview

'The Area is served by three Groups: [1] Badenoch & Strathspey - - - : [2] Inverness - - - : [3] Lochaber & Lorn - each offering a full and varied programme of led walks throughout the year, as well as being a source of information to walkers.'

*Ramblers - Inner London Area
Overview

'The Inner London Area comprises nine groups located in London ... Although London may not seem like an obvious location for walkers, there are over 5,000 Ramblers members living here, making Inner London one of the most populous areas for walkers to live in the UK. The Thames Path, which runs through our Area, is the most walked path in the country!'

*Ramblers - Isle of Wight Area
Overview

'Details of the Group's walking programme plus links to a wide range of websites concerned with walkers and walking on the Island.'

*Ramblers - Kent Area
Overview

'Kent is the fourth largest of the Ramblers' sixty or so Areas.  Within Kent Area we have thirteen Groups that organise varied walking and social programmes and support our work to safeguard the interests of walkers in Kent.'

*Ramblers - Lake District Area
Overview

'The Ramblers Lake District Area covers the whole of Cumbria and the northern part of Lancashire, including the Lake District National Park and a small part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Area has about 1,600 members in six local groups; an eighth group, caters for people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s all over the area.

'The Cumbria Way is a 70-mile walk devised in the 1970s by local members of the Ramblers, and it is the Ramblers who are recognised as the organisation responsible for defining its route.'

*Ramblers - Leicestershire & Rutland Area
Overview

'We are made up of the seven local Ramblers' groups in the Leicestershire & Rutland area.'

*Ramblers - Lincolnshire Area
Overview

'Our area is comprised of 11 local groups ... In addition, we have a 20's to 30's Group specifically for younger folk of the Area.'

*Ramblers - Lothian & Borders Area
Overview

'There are eleven Groups in the Lothian and Borders Ramblers Area, each arranges a walks programme suitable for people with different levels of experience and fitness. We organise more than 55 walks every month and offer a variety of walks.'

*Ramblers - Mid Lancashire Area
Overview

'Our Area comprises 8 groups/programmes: Preston, Garstang, South Ribble, Fylde, Chorley, West Lancs, Lancashire Weekend Walkers (40s+). and Lancs Young Person's Group (20s-30s).'

*Ramblers - Norfolk Area
Overview

'The Norwich Ramblers Digital Walk Library is a free web resource intended primarily for group walk leaders but it's open to use by anyone interested in walking in the Norfolk area and beyond. The library is a collection of walks submitted by members of the Norfolk Area of the Ramblers Association. The walks have been completed by one or more of the local groups. In addition to the walk details, each walk  has the route in a digital format ...'

*Ramblers - North and Mid Cheshire Area
Overview

'Organised walks to suit all abilities, using car, coach and public transport.'

*Ramblers - North East Lancashire Area
Overview

Covers Ribble Valley, Burnley and Pendle, Rossendale, Blackburn and Hyndburn ... The North East Lancashire Coach Rambles 'are open to both members and non-members'.

*Ramblers - North Wales Area
Overview

'This Area of the Ramblers’ Association covers the North Wales Counties of Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham and Ynys Môn ... In North Wales there are 10 RA Groups. These Groups offer a varied programme of over 600 guided walks per year. These are led by RA volunteer members. We have walks to suit all tastes.'

*Ramblers - Northamptonshire Area
Overview

'The Area consists of 5 Groups, each aiming to promote walking, arrange locally led walks and protect our rights of way. We also organise campaigning events, rallies and promotional events.'

*Ramblers - Northumbria Area
Overview

'Here you will find useful general information, a gallery of members' pictures, links to other useful sites, a section addressing how you should report any problems you may have with access or footpaths, how to contact us, a news page, a Northumbria Area members' forum and details of the fourteen groups in our Northumbria area.'

*Ramblers - Nottinghamshire Area
Overview

'Our footpaths and bridleways are generally well maintained, with a careful watch being kept on their preservation. They span a varied countryside taking in farmland, canals, rivers, fine villages and woodland. Our Area Footpath Secretary is extremely diligent and continues to monitor the rights of Way network for any problems that might arise. We hope you enjoy walking in our county and discovering many new places that you will want to return to over the forthcoming years.'

*Ramblers - Oxfordshire Area
Overview

'As an Area we organise many events throughout the year for the benefit of our members ... Oxfordshire Area has eight groups which cover different regions of the County ... These groups contribute walks to a 6-month programme which is published in booklet form and distributed to members ... A listing of the walks can be found following the ‘Walks Programme’ link under the ‘Walking’ item on the ‘home’ page ... We have two further groups who present their walks on Walks Finder ... both of whom cover all of Oxfordshire for their demographics.'

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