Below is our summer walks programme, with walks ranging from 4 - 10 miles on the Quantock Hills, Exmoor, Somerset Levels, Mendips and Blackdown Hills.
Unless otherwise stated, all walks are on a Sunday. Please try to arrive 15 minutes early for a prompt start. Please bring a picnic lunch and plenty to drink.
The following icons indicate the difficulty of the walk and the type of event:
|Saturday 21st July 10.30am||
'Gromit Unleashed 2' Walk – Bristol
On this walk we will walk past, and over, a number of Bristol landmarks such as the Clifton Suspension Bridge and also see the Wallace, Gromit and Feathers McGraw sculptures positioned around the city centre.
7 Miles Moderate
|29th July 10.30am||
Wells to Wookey Hole in memory of Louise Bale
Wells to Wookey Hole in memory of Louise Bale. Drinks in Wells after the walk. There will be a collection for Dorothy House Hospice
4 Miles Easy
|5th Aug 10.30am||
A meander around Wellington
A walk around the green outskirts of Wellington, ending with a picnic in the shade at the Wellington Basins.
6.5 Miles Moderate
|Friday 10th Aug 7.00pm||
Evening walk at Brean Down.
|12th Aug 10.30am||
Washford Station and Warren Bay
A delightful walk taking in the coast path and West Somerset Railway, along the mineral line. Drinks in the Washford inn afterwards, if it’s open.
6 - 7 Miles Moderate
|19th Aug 10.30am||
Haddon Hill circular walk
Starting at Haddon Hill car park passing Wimbleball Dam, then following the River Haddeo to the village of Bury, returning through Haddon lane to the top of Haddon Hill. Fabulous views.
|25th - 27th Aug 10.00am||
Mendip Walking Festival
Join the Mendip Ramblers for the August Bank Holiday walking festival. On each of the 3 days there will be 3 morning walks, ranging from approximately 3 to 12 miles, starting at 10.00am,
and 1 shorter walk, 3-4miles, starting at 1.30pm.
|16th Sept 10.30am||
Chard to Chardstock
A pleasant ramble through fields, woods and lanes on the edge of the Blackdowns AONB. Pub stop half way round in Chardstock.
Circuit of Bath Walk - In aid of Julian House
Organised by Stephen Chesworth/Julian House.