| Walks |

 

Walks are arranged on at least four days of the week during the year
plus some summer evenings. The normal pattern of walks is shown below:-

Wednesdays - A short walk or a long walk one week and a medium walk the next.
Fridays - One or two short walks - some are very short to support the "Walk 4 Life" campaign.
Saturdays & Sundays - An alternating variety of long, medium and shorter walks on both days.

The programme is now published on a four month basis as follows:

CLICK HERE to view the
WINTER PROGRAMME
Nov. 2017 - Feb. 2018

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Click HERE to see details of
ALL OUR FUTURE WALKS

on the Ramblers website with a map
of the starting point of each walk

The level of difficulty of the walks is based on the code used by The Ramblers.

Easy Walks for anyone who does not have mobility difficulty or specific health problems or is seriously unfit. Comfortable shoes or trainers can be worn.

Leisurely Walks for reasonably fit people with at least a little country walking experience. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended.

Moderate Walks for people with country walking experience and a good level of fitness. May include some steep paths and open country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential.

Strenuous Walks for experienced country walkers with an above average fitness level. May include hills and rough country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential.

Anyone in doubt about their fitness is advised to contact the organiser or leader in advance.

Dogs are allowed on walks at the discretion of the leader, as shown in the last column of the Walks Programme. Please check before going. However, it is Group policy that they remain on a lead.

Walkers who do bring dogs on walks are solely responsible for any problems arising from their pets' presence on the walk. When reaching a field of livestock the leader may ask that they be carried (if small), taken across the field after the rest of the group, or any other action the leader deems necessary to minimise the risk to the rest of the group.