What’s Wellbeing Walks, who can get involved, how to get involved and why you should get involved.

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks is a national initiative that supports communities and individuals to get more active through walking.

Why you should get involved

Walking is the most accessible form of physical activity with many physical and mental health benefits. It’s also a great way to get to know your local neighbourhood and make new friends.

Who can get involved

  • Anyone of any ability wanting to get more physically active in a safe, enjoyable way
  • Health and community organisations that want to develop their own walking initiative for clients or staff

How to get involved

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks is England’s largest network of health walk groups.  There are several health walk groups in the West of England.

Ramblers’ Wellbeing Walks should be:

  • regular
  • 90 minutes or shorter
  • easy and accessible to everyone
  • free
  • led by trained volunteers

The Wellbeing Walks website explains how to:

The Ramblers website has several easy access walks (0.5 to 3 miles in length) available to download, as well as longer routes.