Guided Walks & Activities
Hart District Council’s Countryside Service runs a variety of walks and activities throughout the year at various sites within the district. Whether you are interested in wildlife, conservation and your local countryside or maybe you just need an excuse to get outdoors, you will find something for you and your friends and family to enjoy. To join the mailing list and receive emails about our upcoming walks and events email on [email protected]
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Walking for Health
Find local group and self-led walks in your area.
North East Hampshire Ramblers
The North East Hampshire group of the Ramblers Association is based in the Farnborough, Aldershot and Fleet area and is the local group of the Hampshire area of the Ramblers Association covering Rushmoor and Hart districts. A regular programme of walks is held in the local area and also further afield. Walks are held at weekends, on both Saturdays and Sundays. During the summer, short evening walks are also held in the local area. Both short walks (half day) and longer walks (full day) are offered.
Surrey Heath Ramblers
Walks are usually Sunday and Tuesday mornings. You can attend as many, or as few, walks as you want. Most walks are 5 to 6 miles taking 21/2 to 3 hours. Within sensible travelling distance of Surrey Heath Borough. Situated in the north west corner of Surrey, the Borough includes Camberley, Bagshot, Lightwater, Frimley, Deepcut, Mytchett, Windlesham, Chobham, Bisley and West End.
Hampshire 20s & 30s Walking Group
An active group aimed at people in their 20's and 30's who love walking and talking. With at least one walk or event most weekends throughout the year. Coming along is a great way to meet new people, keep fit and get outdoors to discover the beautiful landscapes right on our doorstep.
Hampshire Wildlife Trust (Hart & Rushmoor)
Organises monthly local walks most weekend during the summer.
Walking Group Yateley
Beautiful walks in the area. The chance to get out in the fresh air, meet new people and to increase your activity levels. Walking is fantastic cardiovascular exercise, a great mood elevator and low impact so anyone can do it!