Group name: East Devon
This group is a part of Devon Area.
Our activities include:
Short and easy walks
East Devon Ramblers are a very enthusiastic and friendly group, and we invite you to walk with us. Visitors and new members are most welcome. We offer a choice of 6 varied walks a week ranging from a leisurely half day stroll to a full day strenuous hike.
For the latest Coronavirus Update from Ramblers please follow link.
Covid and East Devon Ramblers: Please note that currently, all walks with East Devon Ramblers will be limited to a maximum of 12 walkers (inc. leaders) in September (at leaders discretion) with booking required at all times. Numbers for October and onwards will be advised shortly. We also advise carrying hand sanitiser and/or gloves together with a face covering for use should it become necessary. Please do not turn up for a walk without booking, as we will have to turn you away.
To view and print a PDF copy of our September 2020 walks programme - click here.
To view and print sections of walks from Ramblers 'Find a Walk' - click here. (print function not available from most smartphones).
Why walk with us
It's a great way to walk in good company, meet new people, stay or get fit and simply enjoy our stunning coastline and countryside. We will celebrate our 50th year in 2020, so you can be confident you will be joining a successful and well established, locally run group.
Where do we walk
Usually in and around East Devon and West Dorset but occasionally further afield to Dartmoor and Exmoor as well as other parts of Devon, Dorset and Somerset. A number of our walks include sections of the Jurassic Coast, Britain's first natural World Heritage Site.
The group also organises a variety of other activities:
- walking holidays in Britain and occasionally Europe
- social events such as quiz nights, skittles, barn dances and suppers
- an annual Christmas lunch
The Ramblers are the largest representative body of walkers in the UK and we support the Ramblers’ objectives of protecting and enhancing public paths through our local network of footpath officers and by supporting Pathwatch.
Please take a look at our Facebook page, you don't have to be a Facebook user to view the site.