Area name: Berkshire
Our areas help local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. Areas help look after paths and green spaces, open up new places to explore and act as the leading voice on walking matters near you. They also support our local groups to 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.
The Ramblers were formed over 75 years ago and Berkshire has had ramblers for much of that time, but this is the first time the Berkshire Area has had a website – welcome!
This website is intended to be a central location for Berkshire ramblers to find interesting walks, not necessarily with their own groups. If you’re not a member yet: have a look around, find a walk to suit you and come out with us.
We have nine Berkshire Area groups: seven traditional groups covering the county; a 20s & 30s group and a flexi group – something for everybody! Below are links to the groups' websites and a little more information about them.
All the groups walk over their own patch, and further afield, with walks ranging from three or four miles to over fifteen. If you are interested in walking in a particular area, the closest group to that area is probably the one to try first, but don’t worry if you don’t find the right group at first – once you’re a member of the Ramblers, you can walk with any group! Come along and join us!
The Berkshire Walkers is a Ramblers 'Young Persons' Group aimed at people in their 20s and 30s.
We have a healthy membership mainly in Berkshire with walks often attracting over 20 people.
The Berkshire Weekend Walkers is primarily intended for people of a working age, but welcomes anyone that can get out for a walk at the weekend.
We lead walks all over Berkshire and occasionally venture into the neighbouring counties. We also ...
As well as a regular programme of walks, publishes local walks guides, organises coach-connected walks, long distance walks in stages, and city walks.
Loddon Valley Ramblers help local people enjoy walking. We look after public rights of way and try to gain new ones. We organise a variety of regular walks that are led by experienced leaders.
All are welcome on our walks - you need to bring a packed lunch etc for walks more than 5 miles. Parking tends to be roadside or in car parks.
We are a very friendly crowd, eager to welcome walkers of all ages. We lead Wednesday walks 2 mornings a month and longer walks on Sundays in W Berkshire, S Oxfordshire, the mid-Thames & Pang valleys.
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.
The Group welcomes all comers and offers a choice of around four led walks each week, most of which are in West Berkshire and the surrounding areas. It also does volunteer footpath maintenance work.
The Windsor and District Ramblers is a UK walking group for people of all ages living in East Berkshire. We are a small and friendly group who welcome other walkers to join us on any of our walks.
Wednesday 19 September 2018Starting at 10:15A leisurely 4.5 mile / 7.2 km walk
Wednesday 19 September 2018Starting at 10:00A moderate 13 mile / 20.9 km walk
Wednesday 19 September 2018Starting at 10:00A moderate 5.5 mile / 8.9 km walk
Thursday 20 September 2018Starting at 10:30A leisurely 6 mile / 9.7 km walk
Thursday 20 September 2018Starting at 09:45A moderate 12 mile / 19.3 km walk
Saturday 22 September 2018Starting at 10:00An easy 2.5 mile / 4 km walk
Saturday 22 September 2018Starting at 10:30A moderate 3.5 mile / 5.6 km walk
Sunday 23 September 2018Starting at 10:30A moderate 7 mile / 11.3 km walk
Sunday 23 September 2018Starting at 10:30A moderate 10 mile / 16.1 km walk
Sunday 23 September 2018Starting at 10:15A moderate 5 mile / 8 km walk
Sunday 23 September 2018Starting at 10:15A moderate 6.3 mile / 10.1 km walk
Sunday 23 September 2018Starting at 09:30A moderate 10.5 mile / 16.9 km walk
Saturday 17 November 2018 at 10:30Conference/Meeting