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

If you’re not yet a ramblers member¬† – why not give us a try?
If you become a member all our walks are free!
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 11.0 mile moderate walk.

To Little Solsbury Hill and back including parts of the Limestone Link. Bring a picnic lunch.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 11.0 mile moderate walk.

To Newland via the hidden valley, onto St Briavels via Stowe Green before descending into the Wye Valley and following Offa's Dyke back to Redbrook.  Energetic: one long, gradual ascent and two shorter ascents (1742 ft in total).  Bring a picnic lunch.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 10.0 mile moderate walk.

A moderate walk with a few hills taking in Dursley, Uley and Nympsfield. Picnic.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 10.0 mile moderate walk.

A moderate walk over downland following the White Horse Way.  We shall see ancient earthworks, a twentieth century White Horse and the preserved grassland of Milk Hill. Picnic.

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