Clitheroe Ramblers

Working for Walkers

Clitheroe Ramblers cover the heart of the Ribble Valley. The Forest of Bowland AONB is on our doorstep. The Yorkshire Dales, Arnside and Silverdale and the Pennines are all only a short distance away and are frequently visited. 

We extend a warm welcome to visitors to our area and to potential new members.

Want to Join a Walk?

Click on the walk listed under Our Next Walks opposite, or for future dates, use the WALKS FINDER button under WALKS above.

If you have any queries about the walk, contact the name given. We are happy to help.

Thinking about joining our Group?

To enquire about membership please email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For our walks programme   See WALKS above

For our Footpath work         See ABOUT US

For our Social Programme   See GROUP NEWS

Found a footpath problem?

Go to LEADING A WALK and please report your problem. It makes a difference!

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 Walking weekend away in Llangolen 2018                    Ramblers at Airton Spring 2018

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   Ramblers at the Trig Point on Pendle Hill                 Stroll Down from Pendle         

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      Lunch at Stainforth                                                           Walk above Windermere

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      Lunch in Majorca                                                               End of the Walk at Scarborough

 

    


Cotswold Outdoor

As a Ramblers Member, there's now a 15% discount available at Cotswold Outdoor.

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And a 20% for your first purchase with the voucher which comes in the membership pack.

The Walking Partnership

Join the Ramblers

As a Ramblers Member you can ralogo200x157
  • be part of Britain’s biggest walking charity
  • join a community of over 110,000 members
  • enjoy a wide range of membership benefits
  • choose from 38,000 led walks a year across England, Scotland and Wales
  • help us continue our charitable work to protect Britain’s footpaths and promote walking