Area name: Surrey
Surrey is a great place to go walking. The most wooded county in England offers some of South East England's most beautiful and accessible countryside.
Each of the 17 groups in Surrey Area organises two or more walks every week. A group walk is a great way to get some exercise in a sociable atmosphere. Many of our groups also run social events and organise regular working parties to maintain and improve our footpath network.
Visit the Surrey Area website for details of our 17 walking groups covering the county of Surrey and the London boroughs of Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond and Sutton.
We are a large group offering 7-8 walks a week from 4 to 12 miles or more. Shorter walks are usually in or near Croydon; longer ones are usually in Surrey, Sussex or Kent countryside, but sometimes further afield. Dogs on leads are usually permitted ...
East Surrey Walkers was formed in 1983 and has about 300 members. We are a sociable group whose primary aim is to enjoy walking in the countryside with an interesting variety of scenery; we walk in Surrey, Kent and Sussex.
We organise regular ...
The Epsom and Ewell Group walk three or four times a week usually in Surrey. We also help Epsom & Ewell Borough Council run short Health Walks.
Some members of the group enjoy a walking holiday most years, and we have a lunch at Christmas time and ...
We are a sociable group whose primary aim is for our members to enjoy walking in the countryside with an interesting variety of scenery; we walk in SW Surrey, E Hampshire and W Sussex. We organise regular weekly walks on several days of the week ...
We organise weekly walks, walking weekends away in other parts of the country, longer walking holidays in Europe, and social events. Walks are arranged for every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday.
A sociable group whose primary purpose is to enjoy the beautiful local countryside. Walks span Dorking in the east to Alresford in the west and both the North and South downs. A complete paper list of the walks programme for a 4 month period is ...
Kingston Ramblers lead walks every weekend and midweek in the countryside of Surrey, Hampshire, Sussex, etc.
Most destinations are reached by public transport, although Sunday ramblers usually travel by car.
The meeting place to share cars is ...
If you are interested in walking in the beautiful Surrey countryside, then do join us on a Mole Valley Ramble. Every week we have a choice of walks, catering for a range of abilities.
Please visit our web site for our full and varied programme of walks in the Surrey, Sussex and Kent areas.
The Richmond Group has a varied programme of walks at weekends and during mid-week. All walks are conveniently organised around public transport.
Having a very large proportion of open land in Richmond and Twickenham, as well as a long section of ...
Our groups help local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. Most groups organise regular walks led by local experts – a great way to get outside, make new friends and discover how walking boosts your health and happiness.
Surrey and Beyond Ramblers (SABRE) is one of a new generation of Ramblers groups that is internet based. Our mission is to encourage everybody to get out there and walk over Surrey and beyond.
SURREY AREA WEEKEND WALKERS (35 - 55 group)
Membership of SAWW is open to members of The Ramblers aged between 35 and 55.
We have a major walks programme, with walks in Surrey and the surrounding area every weekend. We organise mini-breaks and ...
Centred on Camberley, Bagshot, Lightwater, Frimley, Deepcut, Mytchett, Windlesham, Chobham, Bisley and West End, our walks are relaxed and of varying length. Also social events and walking holidays...
Surrey Under-40s Ramblers Group (SURG) hold walks every weekend, in and around Surrey, as well as social events, weekends away and walking holidays. For the current programme and to find out more about getting involved, visit our website at ...
The Group provides a wide range of walks from 2 miles upwards and over half the walks can easily be reached by public transport. For walks using cars, the usual meeting point for car sharing is Belmont Bus Terminal adjacent to Belmont Station.
A friendly group whose prime purpose is to enjoy the beautiful local countryside. We have a good spread of short and long walks, Sundays and midweek, ranging from 4 miles to 15 miles.
Tuesday 1 September 2015Starting at 11:00A moderate 8.5 mile / 13.7 km walk
Tuesday 1 September 2015Starting at 10:30A moderate 5 mile / 8 km walk
Tuesday 1 September 2015Starting at 18:45A moderate 4.6 mile / 7.4 km walk
Tuesday 1 September 2015Starting at 10:00A strenuous 11 mile / 17.7 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 11:30An easy 3 mile / 4.8 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 10:30A leisurely 3.5 mile / 5.6 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 10:00A moderate 7 mile / 11.3 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 10:00A moderate 5 mile / 8.1 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 10:00A moderate 11 mile / 17.7 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 10:00A moderate 5.5 mile / 8.9 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 10:00A leisurely 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Wednesday 2 September 2015Starting at 10:00A leisurely 5 mile / 8 km walk
Friday 18 September 2015 at 14:15Social