Lancashire Rambling Clubs
Rambling Clubs in Accrington, Burnley, Bury, Lancaster, Morecambe, Rochdale, Wigan
Located in Lancashire Bury Rambling Club is a local group of the Ramblers Association.
Central Lancashire Rambling Club
Fortnightly coach outings with 4 fully led different grade walks (A, B+, B & C)
See our website for further details www.clrcuk.co.uk
Clitheroe Ramblers are a local group of the Ramblers Association, covering the heart of the Ribble Valley, with the Forest of Bowland AONB on our doorstep, both east and west!
Clitheroe Ramblers are a very active and friendly Group, providing over 120 led walks per year, with over 50 leaders. We walk at the weekends, on Tuesdays and on Wednesday evenings in the spring and summer.
We are always delighted to welcome new members.
East Lancashire LDWA
A friendly walking club, members of The Long Distance Walking Association who organise social gatherings and walks thoughout the countryside. They meet regularly at a local pub near Bolton.
Eccles Rambling Club
Eccles Rambling Club is a walking and social activities group based in Eccles.
Fylde Coast Ramblers
A friendly and unpretentious walking club based on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire.
With coach collection points in Lytham St.Annes, Blackpool, Cleveleys, Thornton Cleveleys and Poulton le Fylde
Popular destinations can be the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Derbyshire`s Peak District and Lancashire.
All walks have experienced leaders and are graded to suit different levels of fitness.
Are you interested in friendship through walking? Do you want to get fit? Then take a look at what we do, and how you can join us.
Lancashire 30s and 40s Walking Group
A Brand new exciting walking group for people in their 30s and 40s.
The group will begin in the xmas holidays from December 21st 2012 with regular walks at the weekend and the usuall evening walks during the light nights and some socials also.
Their will be a small per person per walk donation just to cover the running costs of the group. The walks will be a minimum of four people to a maximum of sixteen people per walk and will work on a pre book basis.
Lancashire Weekend Walkers
We are a friendly group of members, mostly in our mid 30s to 50s that enjoy a varied programme of walks ranging from easy introductory rambles to energetic mountain hikes. We also offer weekends away and various social events inc. pub nights and meals out. New members always welcome.
Lancashire Young Peoples Walking Group
Aimed at people in their 20s and 30s the Lancashire Young Peoples Walking group organise a mixture of boith local and regional trips to walk in some of the UKs most beautiful countryside.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Lancashire Young Peoples Walking Group
20 Cranleigh, Wigan, Lancashire, WN6 0EU.
Lancaster & Morecambe Walking and Social Group
The group organises walks and other social events, see programme for detailsna
Contact InformationWeb Site: Lancaster & Morecambe Walking and Social Group
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Lancaster University Hiking Club
Lancaster University Hiking Club is the largest society at Lancaster University and one of the largest outdoor societies in the UK. We offer Sunday or weekend trips every term-time weekend and cater for all abilities, from the modest Lakeland fell-walker to the most avid of winter mountaineers.
Leigh Rambling Club
A friendly rambling club that meet fortnightly on Sundays for walks to Snowdonia, Cumbria, the Lake District, Derbyshire, West Yorkshire
Lytham St Annes Rambling Club
Lytham St Annes Rambling Club is affiliated to the Rambling Association and offers varied walk on the first and third Sunday of each month, all year round.
Coach transport is provided for a nominal fee and there are several pickup points from St Annes through Lytham and Warton to Kirkham & Wesham where you can join the trip.
Guests are very welcome to join the walks on up to three occasions after which they will be invited to join the Club as a full member.
Children are welcome but must be under the supervision of a responsible adult at all times.
Manchester Rambling Club
Established 1908, still out each weekend 2008 ..................
Manchester and District (`madwalkers`) 20s-30s rambling group. We`re part of the national Ramblers Association. We have a full range of hikes and walks, from the easy and short to the major hills and mountains in the UK. We have a good social side too.
Morecambe & District H.F. Rambling Club
To provide for group rambling, to promote the healthy enjoyment of leisure, the love of the open air, social and international friendships and to organise holiday-making and other activities within these objectives.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Morecambe & District H.F. Rambling Club
, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA3 3AD.
Morecombe Bay & Bowland Long Distance Walking Group
Walks over a variety of terrain including farmland, sea shore, limestone pavements, moorland and fell.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Morecombe Bay & Bowland Long Distance Walking Group
(Membership Only) 92 Bleaswood Rd, Kendal, Lancashire, LA9 7EW.
Preston Rambling Club
Preston Rambling Club is an affiliated member of the Ramblers Association. Please see our web site for full details of our walks and also for details of how to join our friendly club.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Preston Rambling Club
, Preston, Lancashire, .
Rossendale Ramblers Association
The Rossendale Ramblers are an enthusiastic group of people who enjoy the British countryside.
With currently around 100 members we welcome new faces so why not take a look at our web site for further information on how to join our rambling club.
Skelmersdale Rambling Club
Skelmersdale Rambling Club organise walks and rambles around the countryside inCumbria, Cheshire, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Wales and Greater Manchester
Contact InformationWeb Site: Skelmersdale Rambling Club
, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, .
Spring Vale Rambling Class Darwen
We are a rambling club based in Darwen Lancashire that walks within the Ribble Valley and West Pennine Moors area. We are affiliated to the RA.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Spring Vale Rambling Class Darwen
103 School Lane, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 2LW.
St. Helens Mountaineering Club
Based in St. Helens since 1957 with many members in surounding areas.
We welcome beginners on meets either at the "North West Face Climbing Wall" on Monday evenings at 7pm or on the many outside rock-climbing and walking meets organised by the Club. Many members organise their own extra meets.
We have our own accommodation near Keswick.
The Sunday Walking Group
The Sunday Walking Group was created by two young ladies in 2004. Originally called The Singles Walking Club, the aim at that time was to get out into the local countryside at the weekend and enjoy a good walk and meet other like-minded people. This great idea blossomed quickly and now the Sunday Walking Group boasts many members of various ages, who meet up each weekend and it`snot just for singles any more!
The walking group has proved to be so successful and popular that we have had to become quite organized.
We now meet together monthly to have a chat and discuss and plan future walks. Increasingly, we also arrange many social events for ourselves and we also enjoy weekends away.
So that our members get to know all the latest news of planned walks and events, we produce a monthly newsletter. These newsletters are distributed via e-mail and are handed out at the walk venues or posted if required to those who request them. You can also now view the planned walks in the Newsletter area below by continuing to scroll down.
Most of our members are based around the Lancashire town of Preston but our walks take us all around the North West region. We do not charge anything to join, simply just turn up and start walking! We do however request that a small donation to be made after each walk to help us recover small costs as all of our time is donated freely.
For an idea of our walk locations have a look at the photographs taken on the walks lately. If you have any ideas or suggestions and if you would like the opportunity to come along and join in, then please do leave messages on the message board provided. I will do my very best to answer your messages as quickly as possible.
Wigan & District Rambling Club
Wigan & District Rambling Club are a friendly bunch of people who organise a local Footpath Discovery walk every month of approximately 4 miles and there is usually also an 8 mile coach ramble.
All in all, Wigan & District Rambling Club has a walk to satisfy everyone.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Wigan & District Rambling Club
8 Hawthorn Avenue, Wigan, Lancashire, WN5 8NQ.