About Gloucestershire Area Mid Week


Some get together 10-12 mile mid week walks by Gloucestershire ramblers from across the area, usually with a picnic lunch

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Supporting our work helps keep local footpaths open for everyone to walk.

Our Christmas Lunch – due to circumstances if you’re still interested a couple of places may be available

 

Wednesday Long walks

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 10.0 mile strenuous walk.

We ascend the side of the valley to Pen y Gadair then continue over Waun Fach, Rhos Dirion and on to the Blacksmith's Anvil before dropping back down to the valley to the start.  Picnic.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 9.5 mile moderate walk.

Walk to Tortworth, Charfield, Churchend, Bibstone, Leyhill Arboretum.  Bring a picnic.  Cafe open at end of walk.  540 feet ascent. Farily easy walk with good views across the valley to Nibley, and a good cafe at the end.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 11.0 mile moderate walk.

Walk Haugh Wood, Backbury Hill, Prior's Court to Mordiford. Then follow the Wye Valley Walk and return to Woolhope past Alford's Mill.  The walk goes through three nature reserves - maybe early spring flowers.  Bring a picnic lunch, pub at Mordiford for drinks.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 12.5 mile moderate walk.

This walk is an exploration of the country between the rivers Wye and Severn.  As well as iconic features, including the Devil's Pulpit, Offa's Dyke, and Wintour's Leap, we will be going to some that are less known - including a spectacular outlook across the cliffs of the Wye Valley from the top of the Disused Tintern Quarry.  We will also (as long as the weather is kind!) be walking above the Severn Estuary to Tidenham Church, with views of sandbanks and bridges.  The final stretch is along a little used (by walkers!) railway track parallel to the Wye.

Steep initial climb, and a moderate descent into TIntern at the end of the walk.  Picnic lunch.

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