Weekend Walking Holidays
Join us to explore the British Isles on a weekend away.
Our weekend walking holidays are very popular and book up quickly. You must be a member of the Ramblers to book onto a weekend holiday.
Bookings open at one of our regular pub meets, so to bag yourself a place you need to look out for the opening date and attend the pub meet on that day to book it. You don’t have to attend the pub meet, but bookings are on a first come first served basis and it is quite common for weekends to sell out in a single night.
You can pay by cheque at the time you book the weekend away or by bank transfer. Ask the weekend organiser if you are interested for full details.
The Nottingham & Derby Walking Group is a not for profit organisation and it is run by volunteers. The weekend holidays are extremely good value and we do not make a profit on them.
Fri 27 Aug 2021 - Mon 30 Aug 2021: Pembrokeshire Coast - SOLD OUT
Stackpole Estate, near Pembroke
- Price: £100
- Places: 7
- Booking opens: Online from 9 am on Saturday 10th April
- Led by: Joanne Morris
The past year has been trying for all of us, but we are quietly hopeful that the group may actually be able to go ahead with the trip to Pembrokeshire for the August bank holiday.
The booking originally opened in Feb 2020 when all places sold out. Since we have had to move it, several people have had to drop out, so we now have seven spaces available. As a forewarning, these places will become available to book on a first-come, first-served basis from Saturday 10th April at 9am.
Gender may determine some of the remaining spots due to some of them being twin rooms.
To request a space, please email email@example.com after 9am on Saturday. We will deal with them in time order.
Cost is £100 each, to be paid by BACS. Details will be available when your space has been confirmed.
Fri 29 Oct 2021 - Sun 31 Oct 2021: Halloween Weekend: Earby
Earby Hostel, Barnoldswick, Lancashire
- Price: £58 (breakfast not included)
- Places: 14
- Booking opens: 15th July social, Darley Abbey Park Tea Room, 8 pm
- Led by: Katie Szkornik
For the Halloween weekend we are booked in at the independent Earby Hostel in Barnoldswick, Lancashire. The village is just off the Pennine Way. More importantly for Halloween, it is also near Pendle Hill, one of the iconic landmarks of Lancashire, which was part of one of the most famous witch trials in English history.