Northumbria Walking Group

Our group was originally founded to encourage younger walkers into the Ramblers community but we have no age limits. This just means most of our walks and events are focused around the weekends and evenings.

Most years we get out to Hadrian’s Wall, the Cheviots, the Northumberland coast, North Yorkshire and the Tyne valley. Walks range from short 5-8 mile easy rambles to longer 11-16 mile full-day hill walks.

There are regular weekends away further a field to places such as the Lake District, Loch Lomond, the Yorkshire Dales and Snowdonia. Occasionally we have gone overseas.

Members are based in Newcastle and the surrounding areas such as Durham, Sunderland and Northumberland. Social events include regular pub nights and meals out.

Our calendar of events is run from our private Facebook group but a summary is available on our public Facebook page. The Northumbria Walking Group is part of the Ramblers. Find out more about joining or coming on trial walks with us.

Members and walkers are reminded that they attend walks with this group at their own risk and they are responsible for their own personal safety.

Latest News

  • Upcoming Walks

    Sun 10th Oct – Blanchland – 15 miles – Moderate

    Sun 17th Oct – Dipton Woods – 8.5 miles – Moderate

    Sat 23rd Oct – Thrunton Woods – 9 miles – Moderate/Hard

    Sun 31st Oct – Allenbanks & Staward Gorge – 10 miles – Moderate

    Sun 7th Nov – Craster to Low Newton – 10 miles – Easy

    Sun 14th Nov – Rainton Meadows & Mallygill Wood – 10.5 miles – Moderate

    If you would like further details of a trial walk please message us via our public Facebook page with the walk you’ve chosen and we’ll send you them across.

  • Our Group is Back

    Following some stops and starts over the course of the pandemic our group is now back up and running and organising walks in the local area. Please see our facebook pages for details of walks.

  • Coronavirus – Ramblers latest Advice

    We are reviewing our guidance regularly in response to the latest government advice. Our priority is to protect the health of our members, volunteers and staff and to help suppress the spread of the COVID-19 virus.  

    Please check the latest Rambler’s website for the Rambler’s latest COVID-19 advice.