Telford and East Shropshire Ramblers

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About our walks programme

Clun castleWhen do we walk?

We offer a programme of led walks all year round. Our walking days are Thursdays and Sundays. We offer a 'short and social' pub or tea shop walk the first Thursday of the month.

Where do we go?

Walks are very varied, something for everyone. We walk in our local area, all over Shropshire and beyond. It's a great way to get outside, enjoy the fresh air and changing seasons. We take you to a variety of places and landscapes; towns, villages, rivers, canals, waterfalls, meres, coasts, woods, moorlands and hills, country parks, nature reserves and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Hover over the pictures on our website to see different places or visit our photo gallery.

What sort of walks?

You can find full details of every walk including length, a brief route description, how hard or easy it is, meeting places and times, car parking and car share arrangements and the walk leader's contact details on the Walks Programme section of this website. There is more information under FAQs in About Us.

Occasionally we offer a themed walk. Wildflower walks are popular; bluebells,Birmingham snowdrops, wild orchid woods, hay meadows. Industrial and social history walks in the Ironbridge Gorge are another favourite. We even walked Birmingham's canals and hidden routeways under Spaghetti Junction! They're good walks in special and interesting places, they are not guided lecture tours.

All our members get a fully detailed printed walks programme booklet by email or post twice a year. Click on this link to download and print your own copy of our current walks programme from March 2018 to end August 2018  

Join the Ramblers

As a Ramblers Member you can ralogo200x157
  • be part of Britain’s biggest walking charity
  • join a community of over 110,000 members
  • enjoy a wide range of membership benefits
  • choose from 38,000 led walks a year across England, Scotland and Wales
  • help us continue our charitable work to protect Britain’s footpaths and promote walking
Saturday, June 23, 2018