⚠ COVID-19 Pandemic

Following the easing of lock-down restrictions, we have resumed group walks but with strictly limited numbers to allow for social distancing.

Please visit the Ramblers Coronavirus page for further advice and information.

Welcome to the Nottingham and Derby Walking Group

We are a group of around 200 people, mostly aged in our 20s, 30s and 40s, who love to walk and socialise together. It is a great way to explore the outdoors and meet new people.

As a branch of The Ramblers we organise regular guided walks on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesday evenings, and regular social events too.

We welcome both novice and seasoned walkers, and offer routes ranging from short evening strolls to full days in the hills.

Most of our activities take place in the Peak District National Park, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire, with occasional trips further afield and long weekends away.

How can I get involved?

All of our walks are open to any member of The Ramblers.

Even if you aren’t a member, you are welcome to come along on up to three walks free of charge. For more information, see our guide for first time walkers.

You can also chat to us at one of our regular pub meets or on our Facebook group.

Next Walk:

10:30 Sunday 20 June 2021
Long Dale & Gratton Dale (OL24, The White Peak)

Start point: CP by Midshires Way at Friden (1/2 mile NE of A515/A5012 Jcn)

13.5 miles, Moderate. Leader: Chris Smalley.

Friden CP, Long Dale, Gratton Dale, Oddo House Farm, Elton, Dudwood Farm, Robin Hood's Stride, Limestone Way, Youlgreave (PH), River Bradford, Middleton, Kenslow Farm, The Oldhams, cross Roman Road at SK165623, Midshires Way, CP

Advance booking required. Sign up at Eventbrite from 08/06/2021, maximum 10 people.

9.5 miles, Moderate. Leader: Rob Brighton.

Friden CP, road then path to Ringham Low, Kenslow Farm, Smerrill Grange, Lowfields Farm, Rock Farm, Elton (PH), Oddo House Farm, Dale End, Gratton Dale, Long Dale, CP

Advance booking required. Sign up at Eventbrite from 08/06/2021, maximum 15 people.

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