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'Participants walk at their own pace enabling them to improve their personal fitness through regular, non-competitive exercise. The BWF is a member of the International Federation of Popular Sports ...
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'GOC functions nationally through a network of groups offering a wide range of different activities. Local groups serve a specific area; almost all of them organise walks and many organise social, ...
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'Provides a forum for its 34 clubs – around 2000 individual members – promoting their interests, encouraging recreational walking, an appreciation and respect for the countryside, working to ob ...
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'The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) is the representative body that exists to protect the freedoms and promote the interests of climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers, including ski ...
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'The LDWA provides to members a library of digital trackfiles for most of the LDPs in Great Britain, for free download. If you walk LDPs, why not Join Online. Subscriptions are low ...'


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'Mountain Rescue England and Wales is a registered charity comprising members of mountain rescue teams and regions and representatives from cave rescue. There are nine mountain rescue regi ...
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'We now produce all 8 of our forecasts 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. The Peak District forecast has been expanded to include the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the area immediately between bot ...
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Every Tuesday: 'A' Walk of 7-9 miles; 'B' Walk of 5-6 miles; Every Saturday: There is a walk of between 9-12 miles; Once a month, on a Saturday (except December): There is a more challenging hill w ...
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'Our walks programme includes: [1] Day walks in the Home Counties - mostly at weekends - - - : [2] Weekend trips farther afield [Hills and mountains] - - - : [3] One and two week trips even farther ...
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'The Club provides walks on Wednesdays (8/10 miles), Saturdays (9/11 miles) and Sundays (7/9 miles Every Sunday, 4/5 alternate) throughout the year, and, during summer, short walks on Thursday even ...
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'We endevour to arrange walks in both the far west as well as the east of Cornwall, whilst most walks are in central Cornwall because of the distances to travel.'


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What you can expect from a walk  'Wonderful scenery. Paths that are new to you. Fresh air and exercise. A chat and a laugh. A feeling of tiredness and achievement at the end. A burning des ...
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'We have a small fleet of off-road loan scooters (currently Trampers) for those over 18 who do not have their own – or who cannot transport their own scooter t ...
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'Our group consists mainly of men in the 30 to 70 range. We do occasionally have women on our walks and they are always made welcome.'


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Walk Writers 'We are looking to build up a list of walk guides, similar to those we have produced as leaflets. But printing is a costly and time consuming task, so we thought we might see ...
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'Every year we hold a Youth Hostel weekend in South East England in mid May. We have exclusive use of hostel and all meals are included in the price.'


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'The site has been subdivided into the seven sections used in The Lakeland Fells, as originally devised by Alfred Wainwright in his Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, and in ...
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Download from the Website PDFs of a selection of Walk Leaflets: [1] Canal Heritage Walk - - - : [2] Lock Keepers Life- - - : [3] Rail and Ales - - - : [4] Findern Historical Walk (B/W) - - ...
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'The Club is nationally based with most members being in their forties and fifties but there are no age limits with attitude being more important than physical age! About three-quarters of our memb ...
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'Our programme of events are organised to fit around working commitments. Events include free Thursday walks, Sunday walks and weekends to Youth Hostels, cottages, bunkhouses and even camping i ...
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Find a Walk 'The walks have been grouped by areas, which are shown on the map below. Simply select one of the coloured areas to be taken to a map for that area where place names are shown ...
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'The club came into existence in 1965 as the Grimsby College of Technology Climbing Club. For some years, the title of Grimsby Mountaineering Club, was used. However, the present n ...
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'We are currently exploring the idea of expanding Open Country into other areas and are in the process of collating questionnaire responses from the West Yorkshire area. If you wou ...
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'There are many great reasons to become affiliated with HF Holidays: Great benefits ...; Be part of our community; Increase the size of your group or club; Encourage and promote the enjoym ...
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'Membership of HDR is open to all over the age of 18 years. Family members, carers and other able-bodied members might als ...
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'Ibex consists of hill walkers and mountaineers of all ages, social backgrounds and experience. Our weekends away offer access to challenging high level walks and scrambling. For less experienced w ...
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'We are not a walking club as such, we don't have a membership fee and we are open to all. Our supporters obtain details of our walks from this website or find them in one of our printed leaflets, ...
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Group Walks 'Usually take place on a Sunday, they are open to all LDWA members irrespective of where they reside. New walkers considering joining the LDWA may try two group walks befor ...
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For the uninitiated who haven't come across this walking madness beforeThe Long Distance Walkers Associatio ...
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'The Group also offers Wednesday walks which are shorter in length, from about 12 to 16 miles. Some of these are also Long Distance Paths which are broken down over several dates. Each part of the ...
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'We are always pleased to welcome newcomers on our group social walks. We try to organise lunch stops near pubs but it's probably best to bring food with you just in case.'


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'Unless otherwise stated, walks are circular and start and finish at a railway station, and we meet at this station NOT at the London station listed ... Expect to walk at a brisk pace of around 3 m ...
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'We have regular social/business meetings in the Three Fishes Pub that is to be found by the side of the A49 in Bayston Hill about 3 miles South of Shrewsbury. We welcome anybody to co ...
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'We also put on a regular programme of social walks which are open to all LDWA members. We welcome non members to come on our walks providing that they feel they are fit enough to cover 20 miles at ...
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'We are an informal, friendly, diverse group of friends who enjoy walking the spectacular countryside that Northumbria provides. We are extremely lucky to be based in such a beautiful part of the c ...
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What are the walks like? 'Each walk in the programme has a leader who selects and plans the route, therefore no time is wasted in route finding on the walk itself. The walks are undertaken ...
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'Our Group was founded in 1976 and is a friendly, active local walking group covering a large area west of London. New members are most welcome – please see the membership information on the Contac ...
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'Membership of the LDWA is open to all, with individual members paying just £13.00 a year. As well as getting access to the member only functions of this web site members also receive the LDWA maga ...
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'New members are always offered a warm welcome. If you'd like to find out more about the group, check out our Frequently Asked Questions section, phone or email one of our contacts, or jus ...
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'Walks are normally on a Sunday. Friendly dogs are very welcome.'


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Permanent Trails [1] Abingdon Trail (10km) - - - : [2] Beatles Trail - Liverpool (10km) - - - : [3] Boston Town Walk (12km) - - - : [4] Caverns & Peaks (13km) - - - : [5] Chester City ...
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'Tube Walking is walking from one tube station to another, that are linked by a tube line. In London this takes you through a huge variety of areas from countryside to the west end and eas ...
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'The Manx Footpaths Conservation Group was established in 1991 as an independent group, following the winding up of the Manx Conservation Council, which had been formed in 1970 as ...
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'The Society organises regular walks in Cheshire covering the footpaths in our area ... '


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'We are a friendly and informal walking club based in North West London who organize walks within the London area and the nearby countryside. The walks take place on Thursdays each week . ...
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'We are more interested in finding what remains of our industrial heritage, in good company, ideally with a pleasant picnic stop for lunch. If this sounds like the sort of thing that interests you, ...
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'Formed way back in 1933 at a public meeting at Nottingham University College, Shakespeare Street, the Society was first called "The Nottinghamshire Footpaths Association". Adopting its present tit ...
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'Our walks are generally "easy" or "moderate" (we leave the strenuous stuff to other groups!) between 5 and 7 miles long. And we always try to include a teashop or pub stop during or after the walk ...
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'All of our work is done by volunteers and, whether you are a rambler, a stroller, a fell walker or a dog walker, we can help each other.'


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'Race Walking is a healthy sport, suitable for all ages and initial levels of fitness. It has all the cardiovascular benefits of running or jogging with very few of the risks of joint and muscle in ...
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'All the groups walk over their own patch, and further afield, with walks ranging from a three or four miles to over fifteen. If you are interested in walking in a particular area, the closest grou ...
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Category Ramblers Areas

'The Area monitors developments affecting the enjoyment of walking within our territory. In particular we monitor the state of our paths and seek to get any problems put right. Southern Buckinghams ...
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'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 an ...
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Category Ramblers Areas

'Derbyshire Area of the Ramblers covers most of Derbyshire, including some of the Peak District National Park. Derbyshire Area has more than 1500 members in four local groups based on Ambe ...
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Category Ramblers Areas

'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 primar ...
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'Our predominantly rural area includes the land from York to the east coast, and from the River Humber up to the North York Moors National Park. "Derwent" refers to the southern part of Nor ...
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Category Ramblers Areas

'15 of our groups run weekly programmes of up to five walks plus coach trips, holidays and social events. The walks vary in length from 4 - 12 miles and suit most peoples' abilities although we hav ...
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