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 10.0 mile moderate walk.

This is a fun walk, with lots to see.  We'll see the Longstone Pinnacle - a free standing rock pillar, walk on the circular earthworks of the Doward Hill Fort, see King Aurthur's cave, walk on top of Seven Sisters, negotiate a wobbly bridge, go past rapids, and climb Symonds Yat.  A couple of short steep climbs and descents, but much of the walk is levellish.  Picnic lunch.  Toilets and refreshments at start/end.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 11.0 mile moderate walk.

Walk to Edgeworth Church, Gloucester Beeches, Hen Wood, Dorvel Wood, Limbrick's Farm, Vellats and Sudgrove.  Picnic with possiblity of a drink.

Join the Gloucestershire group for a 10.5 mile moderate walk.

Wonderful views, ancient woodlands, Cleddon Falls, forest streams and standing stones.  Moderate with ascents at a moderate pace.  Picnic lunch.

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