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Gloucester

Group

At the heart of walking

The Programme is compiled by our Walks Coordinators from walks supplied by our experienced volunteer Walk Leaders and is published three times  a year in February, June and October. Our leaders provide many interesting walks near and far, enabling the programme to offer a variety of walks both for the novice and  the more experienced walker. The Programme offers two walks a week, most weeks of the year ; a weekend walk of up to 10 miles, and a midweek walk of up to 5 miles. The midweek walk usually ends near a suitable public house, where an optional lunch can be had. Occasionally we use coach hire to go further afield, often offering two grades of walk and a non walking option for those who wish to explore the locality.
Walk Grade
Part Day Walks 4 to 6 miles
Full Day Walks 5 to 10 miles
L. Leisurely
Possibly a few minor hills
Mainly flat, few hills
M. Medium
Some steep paths or sustained climbs
Hilly and/or open country
S. Strenuous
Not Applicable
Mountain and/or Fell walks
The general safety of each walk is the responsibility of the leader who may modify the published walk in order to meet the needs of the Group, the weather or route conditions on the actual day. Regretfully only Guide Dogs are allowed on Gloucester Group Walks.

WHERE TO FIND THE PROGRAMME

HOW HARD ARE THE WALKS ?

Our walks are Graded according to the Ramblers Guidelines  but our shortened guide is as follows.

ABOUT THE WALKS PROGRAMME

The programme is listed and can be viewed and downloaded by clicking   here . When the page opens and displays the Walks programme, to download it for saving and printing, click on ‘File’ at the top left hand of the page and then click on ‘Download’. The programme will download and you will then be able to save the programme as a PDF file and/or print it.
Walks