Group name: Eastleigh
This group is a part of Hampshire Area.
Our activities include:
Short and easy walks, Dog-friendly walks, Family-friendly walks, Path maintenance
We hold walks on most Saturdays and Sundays and a mid-week morning walk on a Tuesday or Thursday. Our walks are between 5 to 11 miles long and accommodate the walking pace of all the members of the group. On the longer walks which always involve a lunch stop, we either take a picnic or use a local pub to buy lunch, each to their own preference. Our walks programme will state whether there is a pub serving lunch, or if a picnic is the only option.
If you wish to bring a dog on our walks, please call the walk leader to check that it is a suitable walk for a dog. Dogs must be kept on a lead when passing over land where there are loose animals.
We walk thoughout the Hampshire countryside and the New Forest and our neighbouring counties, covering a variety of terrain.
We also work to protect the pathways and countryside we use so, from time to time, we organize a group of willing members to undertake practical path work.
If you are new to walking, try one of our shorter walks first. You may be surprised how quickly your fitness increases once you are walking even short walks regularly. No expensive equipment is needed - just strong non-slip boots or shoes and a waterproof jacket.
We now publish our GROUP WALKS PROGRAMME on this page. Click on any place name on the blue panel on the right and the full details of the walk will be revealed.
You may print this if you wish, but be aware that details are continually updated, so you need to check the programme shortly before the walk to ensure no details have changed.
We occasionally plan walking holdays in other parts of the UK or abroad
Martin and Lee are currently planning a walk of the Isle of Wight coastal path on 22nd - 28th June 2019. They would like to know how many of us are interested in participating by December 18th
For more details of this trip visit our group website http://eastleighramblers.org.uk
If you would like to see photos of our recent activities, visit our Facebook page at