Welcome to Cornwall Ramblers! We cover a large area with diverse walking, from coastal, to countryside, exploring industrial mining areas and discovering parish paths and some hidden gems. We are divided into 7 groups including a thriving young walkers group, Kernow Boots.
Our activities include:
Varying lengths, ranging from easy short walks of 2- 3 miles to the more challenging 18 miles....something for everyone. A great way to get outside, make new friends and discover how walking boosts your health and happiness!
Walks for 20s-30s
Kernow Boots is our Young Ramblers Group; exploring Cornwall on regular weekend walks, social events and occasional weekends away. Come along and join us!
The never ending walk! The first Saturday of every month a linear coastal walk is held and another section of the 300 mile long Cornwall Coastal path is completed.
Our Ramblers Environment Action Clearance Team. Volunteers working in partnership with Cornwall Council to improve our Rights of Way.
Protecting our Rights of Way
Our volunteers help protect the places we all love to walk; looking after paths and green spaces, opening up new places to explore and act as the leading voice on walking matters near you.
Ramblers is a great way to meet new friends with shared interests and a passion for walking and our open spaces. All are welcome and we hope that you will join us on walks, social events and meetings.
Non members are very welcome to join us on a walk or two before joining the Ramblers. We hope to see you on a walk soon!
Groups in this area
The Camel group of the Rambler's Association covers the beautiful Camel estuary, rugged moorlands, hidden valleys and attractive villages. From breathtaking views along the coastal fringes to the atmospheric Cornish rainforest North Cornwall has it ...
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.
Carrick takes its name from the stretch of water known as the Carrick Roads, into which the rivers Percuil, Penryn and Fal flow. Our walking area extends from the north to the south coasts of .....
Kernow Boots is a Young Cornwall Ramblers walking group mainly aimed at 20-30s. As well as exploring Cornwall on regular weekend walks, we organise social events and the occasional weekend away ...
Restormel Group is situated in the centre of Cornwall with superb coastal walks from Fowey to Portholland. Our diverse area also includes the Eden Project, Heligan Gardens, Nature Reserves and ...
Penwith and Kerrier cover the west of Cornwall from Portreath on the north-west coast, west to Land’s End, easterly along the south coast, around the Lizard peninsula and up to and including ...