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Walks with Cirencester ramblers (GR01) Cirencester ramblers

If you’re not yet a member you’re welcome to try a few walks with us for free.
Supporting us (from only £2-£3 per month) helps keep local footpaths open for everyone to walk.

Midweek Walks

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.0 mile easy walk.

We walk out of Hook Norton to Park Farm along country paths and crossing a ford to Cradle Farm and on to Cradle Barn. From there we head to Swerford Park Farm then back towards Hook Norton.

Join the Cirencester group for a 3.5 mile leisurely walk.

If your New Year’s Resolution is to start or continue walking, our short walk in the Ramblers Festival of Winter walks is a country walk going north west of Bibury to Arlington and Ablington before returning via Arlington Row.   Fairly level route with two short inclines.  One refreshment stop.

Weekend Walks

Join the Cirencester group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

From Shipston on Stour to St Dennis, Upper Brailes, Barcheston and back to Shipston on Stour.  Two refreshment stops.

Join the Cirencester group for a 10.0 mile strenuous walk.

A walk that includes Doverow Hill, Standish Woods & Haresfield Beacon. Some fine Severn views and beech woods in autumn.  Free car park in Stonehouse.  Two refreshment stops

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.5 mile moderate walk.

From Kingscote we make our way down Marlees Brook valley. Then back to Kingscote along Ozleworth Bottom and past Lasborough. One refreshment stop

Join the Cirencester group for a 7.0 mile moderate walk.

The walk passes through parts of 4 National Trust commons. The paths have exceptional views over the Woodchester and Golden Valleys. Starting in Minchinhampton the walk continues through the pretty village of Box, across Minchinhampton Common, skirting Pinfarthings and Amberley to Rodborough Common.  Then progress is made above the Golden Valley through Bowham and Besbury Common via picturesque hamlets steeped in history from the area's flourishing woollen industry times.  Two refreshment stops.

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.0 mile leisurely walk.

A stroll from Ampney Crucis through Ampney St Mary to  Poulton returning through Ampney St Peter for our Bring and Share Lunch and AGM. One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.0 mile leisurely walk.

From the Waterloo the walk goes on permissive paths through Hare Bushes and the Chestermaster Estate to Baunton before returning to Cirencester in time for the Christmas Lunch.  One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.0 mile moderate walk.

From the ancient Hailes Abbey we go to Didbrook before climbing up to Stumps Cross. From there onto to Farmcote before returning for possible Tea and Cake.  One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 6.0 mile leisurely walk.

From the old station yard in Malmesbury. An easy walk to Corston and back via Daniel's Well, King's Heath and Corston Pond. An easy walk across farmland and tracks. One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.0 mile leisurely walk.

A gentle ramble from Guiting Power to Naunton via fields, tracks and country lanes previously walked by the Saxons, Knights Templers, Le Poers and three Frenchmen!!!  One refreshment stop.