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Early one morning, any morning, we can set out, with the least possible baggage, and discover the world.

Thomas A. Clark,
"In Praise of Walking"

WCC Countryside

Ramblers Assn

Mid Warks Group

Stratford Group


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Are you fed-up with doing the same old walks?

Walking in Warwickshire is the website for you!

With hundreds of walks to download and print, free, it also has books of walks, contact details for all the walking groups in the county and much more. Whether you want to walk on your own or with a group all the information is there in one place.

John said ‘There is so much walking information on the web but it is difficult to find. Walking in Warwickshire (part of the Walking in England suite of websites – one for each county in England) – has brought it together in one place so whether you are walking from home, or away on holiday, you will be able to find a walk suitable for you’.

With walks from half a mile to twelve miles plus long, and a note of suitability for pushchairs and wheelchairs, everyone can find a walk to enjoy.

So home or away, check out the websites and get walking!

John Harris

April 2021

Rambles Index

We present an occasional series of local rambles to get you out into the fresh air and enjoying the Warwickshire countryside.

There are also more than han 50 FREE Warwickshire walks to download and print, details of all the books, maps and walking groups in the county - click the link in the left column for the "Walking in Warwickshire" website.

Walking can be a strenuous activity, and can result in you feeling thirsty or hungry. Fortunately, there is usually a Real Ale pub or two on the route!

Click on the link below for your chosen walk.

1. Real Ale Ramble: Thelsford Brook Walk 

2. Real Ale Ramble: River Dene Walk 

3. The lost footpaths of Wasperton 

TAKE ACTION – report the problems you encounter when walking.

When you are out walking, have you ever come across an obstructed path, a broken stile or even as sign saying “Keep Out”?

You can report these problems to The Ramblers Association, either by using the path problem report form or via the Facebook tool. The Association will then pass the information you provide on to a local Ramblers volunteer who will investigate further

Rachel Alcock
Campaigns Officer


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