Leicester & District

Group name: Leicester & District

This group is a part of Leicestershire & Rutland Area.

Telephone:
0116 2238059
Our activities include:
Short and easy walks, Family-friendly walks

Due to COVID-19 our walks programme is currently suspended.

We look forward to resuming our regular walks programme as soon as National Restrictions and Ramblers UK Guidelines permit.

As the health and safety of not only walkers but also the general public is paramount, numbers allowed on walks might be limited so it is important that you follow the booking procedure when the programme resumes.

All existing members will be notified when the programmes resume and the Google Calendar of Walks will be able to be viewed by following this link


If you have a smartphone or tablet you can also view the walks programme by downloading the Ramblers App. 

Visit the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android phones)

Search for the app using the term ‘Ramblers’ then download the app. Go to “Sign In” and then “Log In” and put in your email and password. These should be exactly the same details as are on ‘My account’.


We successfully resumed a limited programme last summer and followed Ramblers UK guidelines to ensure that we complied with social distancing regulations and track and trace guidelines without any reports of walkers succumbing to Covid-19 as a result of taking part.


Leicester and District Ramblers is an active group with a programme offering a variety of walks to suit all levels of walkers, including short evening walks in the summer, half-day and all day walks all year round and all day walks further afield on our monthly coach rambles. For further information please see the Walk Descriptions link on the right.

If you’re new to walking or new to the area or just visiting, walking with us is a great way to explore the county including the historic geology and woodland of Charnwood Forest, the reclamation of the former mining area which is now part of the National Forest, the rolling hills of fox-hunting country and the historical battlefield sites associated with the Battle of Bosworth as well as many pretty villages, canals, rivers, disused railway lines and of course footpaths and bridleways.

So if you’ve ever wondered where that footpath sign leads to why not join us for a walk?

You don’t have to be a member initially but we would encourage you to join once you have enjoyed 3 walks with us.


We also have a Facebook page which you can view here