Walking in Worcestershire
Hello and welcome to Worcestershire Ramblers. We have five active and friendly groups for you to choose from (see links below), depending on where you live or where you wish to walk.
Our area has a huge variety of walking to offer. It takes in the beautiful Malvern, Bredon, Lickey and Clent Hills, the rivers Avon and Severn and magnificent woodlands such as Wyre Forest. Several long-distance National Trails run through the county, including Monarchs Way, Severn Way, Shakespeare’s Avon Way, Wychavon Way and many others. Worcester, Evesham, and Broadway are very popular walking centres but if the tourist traps are not your thing, we have lesser-known attractions, including villages with names as long as their history – Upton Snodsbury, Flyford Flavel, and Wyre Piddle to name but a few!
Your membership is appreciated and if you require any further information please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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Why join us?
Walking with the Ramblers allows you to visit places you may never have seen, although they might be right on your doorstep! Seeing bluebells in the month of May can lift the mood even on a dull day. A summer sunset on the Malverns can be a magnificent sight. Dark winter days no longer feel so daunting when you set out on a frosty morning to meet up with your friends. All are great benefits of belonging to Worcestershire Ramblers!
Striding out with a bunch of friendly walkers and perhaps enjoying the pleasure of a pub lunch or a village teashop helps to form new friendships which quickly spill over into other social activities. Across our five groups, you will meet people with diverse interests – from botanists to rock and roll drummers!
So, go on! Get your boots on and give us a try!
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