a group of wellbeing walkers in an autumnal park

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks, Maidstone are easy and short which you can do at your own pace. They are open to all age groups and abilities and are friendly, safe and free. The walks are throughout the week. Strict guidelines are followed to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.  

There are 4 walking groups in Maidstone which are in various areas, depending on your postcode.  

Our Walk Leaders are supportive and remain committed to guiding you through the walk with ease. You are welcome to these inclusive groups irrespective of your background, disability, sexuality and ethnicity. 

Regular walking can lower your blood pressure, boost your immune system, help you to maintain a healthy weight and improve your mental wellbeing.  

For more details, please contact the scheme coordinators by phone:

  • Maidstone Borough Council - 01622 602 222 or
  • Paul – 07836720643

or by email: 

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Maidstone

Join Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Maidstone for short, local and accessible walks to help you get more active.

Join your Wellbeing Walks Group

  • Walks are over easy ground and taken at steady pace to suit everyone 

  • Walks range from 10 to 90 minutes in length 

  • At least one short walk a week, starting at the same time and place every week 

  • All walks are accessible on foot or by public transport   

  • You only need to join a group once to access all future walks

Find out more

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Wellbeing Walk Groups

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks groups are all over England and there should be some within easy reach of where you live. Search by location to a local group.

Group walking on paved surface in park, some with walking sticks.

Getting started with walking

Our Wellbeing Walks make getting active easier, for everyone. Because you’ll be walking with others, you’ll feel safe, be supported, and have fun along the way.

Join your Wellbeing Walks Group

  • Walks are over easy ground and taken at steady pace to suit everyone 

  • Walks range from 10 to 90 minutes in length 

  • At least one short walk a week, starting at the same time and place every week 

  • All walks are accessible on foot or by public transport   

  • You only need to join a group once to access all future walks