Surrey is a great place to go walking. The most wooded county in England offers some of South East England's most beautiful and accessible countryside.
There are seventeen Ramblers' groups in Surrey Area, which covers part of South and South West London as well as the county. Each group organises two or more walks every week. A group walk is a great way to get some exercise in a sociable atmosphere. You're welcome to attend up to three walks before joining the Ramblers. As a member, you can walk with any UK group, receive discounts at outdoor shops, and help Ramblers defend and grow Britain's unique rights of way network.
LOCAL FOOTPATH SECRETARY WANTED
NEW IN THE MEMBERS AREA
Membership figures for July 2014.
RAMBLERS BUS SERVICE
A new mini-bus service, route 765, running every Sunday from 13 April through to 19 October, links the National Trust properties in the Mole Valley area - Polesden Lacey, Hatchlands, Clandon, Leith Hill and Leith Hill Place. More info...
HAVE YOU WALKED THIS WINKWORTH PATH?
Some ten years ago the National Trust closed the access off the Busbridge – Thorncombe Street footpath into the Arboretum and along the lower lake (now the wetlands), that joined with the still open public right of way running north – south through the arboretum. If you have walked this route in the past, please provide a witness statement to help our claim to re-establish the route as a right of way. More info...
WALK LEADER TRAINING COURSES
Area course: 23 September 2014. Please see further details here, and log in to the members area to access the application form.
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