West Midlands Rambling Clubs
Rambling Clubs in Birmingham, Dudley, Halesowen, Solihull, Stourbridge, Sutton Coldfield, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton
Birmingham - Institute Ramblers
The friendly rambling club.
We welcome walkers of all ages, experience and abilities.
We walk every 1st & 3rd Saturdays, normally between 5 & 10 miles, within an hours drive of Birmingham.
Birmingham Cha Rambling Club
Group walking in the countryside.
Regular rambles using public transport.
Birmingham Vegetarians & Vegans
A walking group mainly for those who are Vegetarian or Vegan but all are welcome.
The Group has walks on the second Saturday of every month. Walks are graded on difficulty and are usually 3-7 miles distance.
The group uses Public Transport from Birmingham City Centre to reach the walk area.
Black Country Walking group
We organise day and evening walks, weekends away and socials for people in their 20s - 30s
Castle Bromwich Rambling Club
Castle Bromwich Rambling Club is a local West Midlands group of the Ramblers Association. Please see our web site for full information on our Club.
City of Birmingham Ramblers
We are a diverse, eclectic walking group which appeals mainly to middle-aged and older ramblers.
We have a weekly programme of Sunday walks with coach transport from Birmingham City Centre, fortnightly Wednesday walks using own/shared transport, monthly Ridges and Tops walks, monthly Saturday walks for non-members, walking holidays in the UK and abroad.
We are affiliated to the Ramblers Association and all Ramblers members are welcome to walk with us, while non-members considering membership may join us on up to three walks before deciding.
A friendly group catering for a range of ages and abilities.
We use car sharing to travel from Dudley to the walk start and cover most of the Midland Counties.
Dudley Senior Ramblers
If you`re over 50 and enjoy walking why not join Dudley Senior Ramblers?
We walk fortnightly on Wednesday mornings and generally walk between 5 and 6 miles.
Come and try 2 free walks to see if it`s for you.
Halesowen Ramblers are a sociable group who organise a variety of walks across the West Midlands.
Hill Walking Club Sutton Coldfield
The Hill Walking Club offers a warm welcome to people who enjoy challenging and adventurous walks in mountainous, sometimes remote terrain.
Walking once a month on a Sunday, our programme takes us to the best of the high places in England and Wales.Starting from Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands, we travel there and back by coach, replacing the stress of driving with a comfortable journey, and maybe even a nap and a drink.
We usually offer three walks of varying length and difficulty, and because we take the safety of our members seriously, all routes are thoroughly researched and led by experienced walkers.We also have local evening walks in summer, occasional club nights in winter and weekends away at least twice a year.
We are a convivial group and look forward to welcoming new enthusiasts to our club
We extend a warm welcome to walkers who would like to join us exploring the Midlands countryside. We meet on alternate Saturdays and Sundays at Knowle Village Hall car park for walks within an hours drive of Knowle. Our programme extends throughout the year with walks of about 7 miles with shorter walks on Friday evenings in the summer. Contact Glenys on 0121 705 1059 or Margaret on 01564 776355
Pathfinders Club (Solihull)
The Pathfinders Club has been walking the Midlands for the last twenty five years and prides itself on being a welcoming and friendly club.
Our aim is to provide walks, both short (around 5 miles) to longer (8 to 9 miles) on a two week cycle from mid January to early December. This enables all of our members to participate irrespective of age.
Sandwell Rambling Club
The Sandwell group of the Ramblers Association organises many and varied walks and social events.
If you would like more information on how to become a member please either see our web site or contact the Group Secretary at the address below.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Sandwell Rambling Club
47 Gladys Road, Smethwick, West Midlands, B67 5AW.
0121 525 8955
Shirley Rambling Club, Solihull
We are a medium sized club of 40 years standing who walk on alternate Sundays throughout the year in a variety of easily accessed locations. We also hold social events during the year especially Christmas and Autumn.
To encourage rambling and to foster a greater knowledge , love and care of the countryside.
49 Woodcock Lane, Birmingham, West Midlands, B31 1BA.
0121 475 1258
Single Boots is a friendly and active walking group for single people.
Our Midlands based group has been running successfully for over 15 years and welcomes members from the West Midlands, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and beyond. We organise a walk every Sunday of between 9 and 12 miles (sometimes longer!) as well as shorter evening walks in the Summer.
In addition we have weekends away in areas such as Snowdonia, the Lake District, Brecon Beacons, the Peak District and Yorkshire.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Single Boots
, , West Midlands, .
We are the Solihull Group of the Ramblers` Association, which exists to promote walking, protect rights-of-way and improve path conditions and accessibility for everyone. We have a regular programme of led walks in and around the Borough.
See our web site for walk details and contacts.
South Birmingham Ramblers
We walk between 6 and 12 miles on Wednesdays and Sundays and have occasional social evenings.
The Gentian Mountaineering Club (National)
* Hill walking, scrambling, snow and Munros.
* Complete beginners to experienced mountaineers welcome.
* Meets in the Lake District, N Wales, Brecons, the Peak District and Scotland.
* Annual back-packing trip and trip abroad.
* Stay in other clubs` huts, comfortable bunkhouses and luxury lodges.
* Friendly national club with West Mids members.
Walsall & District Rambling Club
We are a small & friendly club who welcome new members.
Walks are on Sundays mostly by coach (various pick up points in and around Walsall) and cars for more local walks.
Length of walks usually between 7 to 9 miles with a break for lunch.
West Midlands Walking Group
Take a walk round the Black Country with this local walking group, part of the Ramblers Association.
Please review their excellent and informative web site for full information.
Contact InformationWeb Site: West Midlands Walking Group
, Coventry, West Midlands, .