Merseyside Rambling Clubs
Rambling Clubs in Bootle, Birkenhead, Southport, St. Helens, Wirral
Bebington Rambling Club
We are based in Bebington on the Wirral but membership is open to residents from elsewhere in the Wirral
Each Tuesday throughout the year a programme of walks is organised. In addition to the Tuesday walks, the club also offers coach trips, holidays in the UK and abroad and a range of social events.
Our members are usually retired or working part time.
For further information please email us or visit our website.
Crosby Rambling Club
A friendly rambling club that holds a main walk every third Sunday (three different grades, A, B and C). Coach picks up in Crosby and Maghull.
Destinations include Wales, the Lakes, the Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales. There is also a mid-week walk every week. Social meetings are held each Wednesday at Moor Lane Methodist Church Hall (8pm).
New members are very welcome.
Freshfield Ramblers is a walking group for adults of all ages and abilities.
We actively encourage new walkers as guests, and if they enjoy walking with us, we welcome them to join the club.
Our main activity is a monthly coach trip to areas such as The Lakes, North Yorkshire, Lancashire, Derbyshire and North Wales. The coach picks up at various points in Formby, Ainsdale and Southport. Once we arrive, there are 3 walks of differing lengths and ability. The shortest walk, the "C" walk, is about 6 to 8 miles, as much as possible on the level. The "B" walk tends to be the most popular and is up to 10 miles and can have some steep parts. The "A" walk is up to 15 miles, and usually goes to the top of the nearest hill! All the walks have been carefully researched and are lead by amateur but enthusiastic and experienced walk leaders.
Gwydyr Mountain Club (Wirral / Merseyside)
We are an active Walking and Mountaineering Club based in Merseyside and the Wirral.
We have our own accommodation in Capel Curig in the heart of Snowdonia.
We have members out most weekends and actively encourage new members to come along.
We`re friendly and have people of all ages attend.
Please feel free to have a good look at our web site.
Holy Trinity Fell Walking Club
Enjoying the Beauty of the Natural Countryside
We have been walking since 1979 arranging walks on the 2nd Saturday, March to November.We have 3 walks to suit a range of abilities and enjoyment.
All routes are walked by the leaders beforehand to ensure they are suitable.
We travel by coach leaving Formby Village at 0800hrs returning about 1900hrs
Areas are normally within 2 hours drive, which means we visit Cumbria, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Derbyshire and N Wales. We choose centres which will provide good base facilities and walking suitable for all 3 groups
See our website for details and to look at past walks.
Liverpool Catholic Ramblers Association
The Liverpool Catholic Ramblers Association conducts walks most Sundays throughout the year. They vary in length and physical demands and are in 3 grades:- A, B and C.
All walks are led by experienced ramblers.
A walks can be 10 to 15 miles and are for the more experienced ramblers.
B are shorter.
C are shorter still and can be 7 to 8 miles.
Consideration is always given in advance to the difficulty of the course and the terrain, whether stiles, steep hills, and busy roads are to be crossed, and the number of members who may be expected to take part.
Liverpool HF Ramblers
We are currently celebrating our Centenary.
Our main aim is to encourage love of the open air, wonderful scenery, healthy exercise and good company.
Rambling forms the main activity of the club and outings are arranged most weekends. We are open to all age ranges and families.
Saturday Rambles are moderate walks in easier terrain and usually make use of public transport to places within Merseyside. Once a month in the summer a coach is used to go further afield.
Sunday Rambles take a coach from both Liverpool and Wirral to more distant areas, often in hilly terrain. There are several types of walks to suit different abilities.
Fell, mountain and dales walking in the beautiful British countryside - Liverpool Ramblers members have it all!
Contact InformationWeb Site: Liverpool Ramblers
19 Moorcroft Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L18 9UG.
Merseyside 20s-30s Walkers
As their name implies, Merseyside 20s-30s Walkers is aimed at young people in their 20s and 30s.
Our members enjoy walking in the great British countryside and also take in a few hostelries along the way!
Contact InformationWeb Site: Merseyside 20s-30s Walkers
212 Pilch Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, L14 0JQ.
Range Walking Club
We are a friendly walking club. New Walkers are always welcome
We have planned walks of four different distances on 3rd Sunday of each month*. Destinations include The Lake District, Derbyshire, Yorkshire Dales and North Wales.
Each walk is led by 2 experienced leaders. We have 4 walks on each trip. Distances vary from 7 to 13 miles. Coach travel to and from our destination. Pick up is from Range High School, Formby.
We look forward to hearing from you!
*Exceptions are the months of August and December.
St Helens & District Rambling Club
SHDRC - fortnightly coach walks catering for all levels from St Helens, free parking nearby. Friday night walks Spring/Summer and clubroom talks Autumn/Winter. For more details please see website.
St Helens Rambling Club
The St Helens group of the Ramblers Association.
If you would like further information regarding membership or our walking programmes please contact the Group Secretary at the address given below.
The Wirral Group of the Ramblers Association is a friendly collection of people who enjoy a varied programme of walks and social activities.
There are walks every Sunday and Wednesday throughout the year as well as evening walks on Tuesday and Friday evenings in the summer.