the place to be
Thursday December 13th 2018

Mole Valley Ramblers – Spring Walks Festival during 28 April – 7 May

There will be a warm welcome from Mole Valley Ramblers who are organising ten days of especially led walks for anyone who wants to have fun, meet new people, exercise for healthy living and enjoy the lovely Surrey countryside.  This is a great opportunity to do what you have always wanted to do, but never got around to doing it, just turn up and take part.

Whether you’re a regular walker or an outdoor enthusiast, there will be the opportunity to selection from 30 walks to suit your taste: ranging between 3 to 14 miles, including shorter walks in conjunction with Mole Valley District Council – Walking for Health. For those with youngsters who would like to try walking with a group for the first time – there will be a family Treasure Hunt style walk day with a selection of walks for all ages, led by experienced Mole Valley walk leaders. All-day walks will include Pub and/or Picnic lunch breaks, and hopefully most walks finishing near places serving beverages, cream teas, etc. to enable individuals to socialise and pass on their views of the walk. For those that would like an adventure, there will be a late evening walk in the ‘Nightlight’ with views of the Mole Valley, as well as the challenge to walk 100 miles during the ten days.

It’s well known that walking is great for your health and well-being and it’s the best way to view the countryside and make new friends.  That’s why Mole Valley Ramblers are launching a walking festival to help everyone discover more of what their local rambling group has to offer.

The Walks Festival aims to get more people walking and helping to build happier, healthier communities across the County. This is a great opportunity to introduce new people to the joys and benefits of walking, encourage new members to join the Ramblers and raise awareness of its current campaigns.

Go to the Mole Valley Ramblers website to find out more about each walk, with the contact details of the leader, who you can telephone, if you have any questions. Each walk description will give the start and finish location, type of walk, length and level of difficulty, plus any other specific information.

For full details of the walks go to