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.

A hilly walk crossing Midsummer Hill and British Camp with amazing views on a clear day.  Picnic.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 10.0 mile moderate walk.

From the tiny Hereforshire village of Fownhope, we will walk to one of the most impressive iron age settlements of around 500BC, scenic views, ancient churches, woodlands with nature reserve.  Drink and a picnic lunch.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 10.0 mile moderate walk.

A walk from Haresfield Beacon to Edgemoor returning through Pitchcombe, with views of at least 3 valleys.  Bring a picnic lunch - you may get a drink at the Edgemoor pub.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 10.0 mile moderate walk.

The walk includes a ridge top with views, a drop down to a small reserve in Colwall and a steady climb back up through fields and woods.  Picnic.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 11.0 mile moderate walk.

High Wold walking across A44 to Bourton Downs, Hinchwick Manor, Longborough.  Pub lunch/drink or own picnic.  Return via Bourton on the Hill and Heart of England Way.  Tea in village afterwards.

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