What we do

Isaac's Tea Trail   

This is a 36-mile walk in the North Pennines, passing through some of the most remote countryside in England - a landscape steeped in history and rich in industrial heritage. Hexham Ramblers has long been involved with the trail and is responsible for maintaining a 12-mile section centred on Allendale, where the trail begins. https://isaacs-tea-trail.co.uk/    


Footpath maintenance and waymarking  

Paths don't look after themselves. They need people to keep them accessible and easily followed, and we have a dedicated and enthusiastic team which goes out once a month to do just that.

This important work - which may involve clearing overgrowth, replacing waymarkers or simply reporting broken stiles and damaged bridges - is done in collaboration with our county council, who value the contribution made by Hexham Ramblers. 

The team is always looking for new people to get involved.  If you're interested in joining it, please contact the team's co-ordinator.

You don't have to be a Ramblers member to work with us and we'd love to hear from you.


More volunteers always needed!  

Would you like to join us and get involved?  Perhaps you're interested in leading group walks or helping our committee in the day-to-day running of the group.  If so, do get in touch