You'll be very welcome with Wirral Ramblers

We are based in the perfect place from which to visit the best walking areas of England and Wales. During the week (and particularly during the summer months) we walk on the Wirral and a little further afield. Each Sunday throughout the year our coaches travel to the National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty which are within a few hours of the Wirral Peninsula. We are the local group of the Ramblers. We offer safe and sociable walks that range from those for beginners to those enjoyed by the very fit. We also arrange social and other walking related activities.

OUR LATEST NEWS

Canoeing in Bridgenorth

Canoeing in Bridgenorth

Canoeing from Bridgenorth to Arley on Friday June 14th. Canoes in two over 10 glorious miles. Click here for all the details.

Explore the Wirral

Explore the Wirral

Find the hidden delights and surprise yourself with what is in our doorstep.

Three walks to explore the three sides of the peninsula between 26th July and 8th Aug

For further information click here

Wirral Walking Festival

Wirral Walking Festival

Take part in one of the many walks on the peninsula in May. See the brochure here.

OUR MAIN WALKING AREAS

We walk in local areas during the week, but on Sundays we travel to these superb locations which are within a few hours of travel of the Wirral Peninsula. Details of these walks are shown via the links at the bottom of each page of this website.

SNOWDONIA

SNOWDONIA

Forbidding mountains, craggy heights - rock-strewn, heather-clad hillsides, barren moors, bright green valleys, silver rivers, mountain lakes - rocky, storm-tossed coastlines, guarded by towering castles
YORKSHIRE DALES

YORKSHIRE DALES

Liberating open moorland - outstanding natural beauty and dramatic scenery - extensive limestone pavements - some of Britain's rarest habitats - a haven for walkers, climbers and botanists
PEAK DISTRICT

PEAK DISTRICT

The upland wilderness of the Dark Peak - the Kinder gritstone-based high moorland plateau - old paths and packhorse tracks - bleak and barren bog - the gentler, but no less spectacular, White Peak
LAKE DISTRICT

LAKE DISTRICT

England's largest lake, its deepest lake, its highest mountain and its tallest waterfall - the landscape a mixture of lakes and streams, low and high fells, woodland and dairy pasture