We are always keen to meet new members! Some of our walks are especially good for new members (look out for shorter and less strenuous ones), but everyone is welcome to come along on any of our walks or social events.
Saturday 27th May
8 miles, Linear Moderate 11:00 Nigel WWe start our walk going past the remains of historic Cowdray House and the famous Cowdray Park polo fields, then on through fields and woodland till we reach the picturesque village of Lodsworth where we shall stop t...
Sunday 28th May
13 to 14 miles, Circular Moderate 11:00 Richard FrostThis will be a walk taking in the Southern Chilterns. This will be a 13 to 14 mile walk partly around the Thames, taking in parts of Henley and the surrounding areas. Nearest and best parking is Polehampton Close Car Park, Twyford, RG10 9RP Note that this is the Twyford near Reading. This is free...
Wednesday 31st May
5 miles, Circular Leisurely 19:00 Katherine CA lovely walk starting in the picturesque village of Shere. We will cross the Tillingbourne and walk from Shere to the village of Albury, passing Albury church, before walking through woodland towards Albury Cricket ground, and heading back towards Shere. Optional drinks at t...
Saturday 3rd June
14 miles, Circular Moderate 11:00 HollyWalking towards to the South Downs, though the village of Clayton up to the Jack and Jill windmills with excellent views, before dropping down into the village of Pyecombe. Joining the South Downs Way as we make our way up to and circle around the Devil's Dyke....
Wednesday 14th June
4 miles, Circular Leisurely 19:30 HollyStarting on Box Hill, join us for an evening walk after work and making the most of the extra hours of daylight. This circular walk is famous for its box trees and superb views. Did you know that Box Hill was where John Logie Baird set up home and also has its own place in television history.&nbs...
Saturday 8th July
19 miles, Circular Moderate 11:00 HollyStarting though the country park, we join the Staunton Way though the pretty village of Chalton heading south and merging with Sussex Boarder Path into the village of Rowland Castle. After leaving the east hampshire village having finished our packed lunch, we join the Mo...
Wednesday 12th July
5 miles, Circular Leisurely 19:30 HollyJoin us after work on a summer evening on Epsom Downs. We will set off over the gallops and around the bottom of Langley Vale before making our way up to Walton on the Hill. Stopping for a drink in the pub. Leaving this pretty village behind we make our way back across the Downs with exce...
Saturday 15th July
11, Circular Leisurely 10:30 JudithJudith is leading this joint walk with SABRE (Surrey & Beyond Ramblers). We start from the pretty market town of Lymington in the New Forest and pick up the Solent Way at the marina. This is a flat, easy walking path which follows the coastline all the way to Keyhaven (about 6 miles), offerin...
Wednesday 26th July
4.5 miles, Circular Leisurely 19:30 HollyA circular tour though an 8,000 year old landscape and the largest remaining area of acid heathland on the North Downs, home to many threatened species. Please remember to bring a head torch to this evening walk as the last half a miles will be in twlight, after stopping the Cock Inn in t...
Saturday 29th July
11.5 miles, Circular Moderate 10:30 CharlesThe walk starts and end within sight of the world's largest and occupied castle, Windsor Castle and follows a circular route in a clockwise direction that take in part of the Thames pathway, a visits the Magna Carta monument and John F Kennedy memorial at Runnymede, we will be stopping for packed...
Easy Walks are for anyone who does not have a mobility difficulty, a specific health problem or is seriously unfit. Suitable for pushchairs if they can be lifted over occasional obstructions. Comfortable shoes or trainers can be worn.
Leisurely Walks are for reasonably fit people with at least a little country walking experience. May include unsurfaced rural paths.
Moderate Walks are for people with country walking experience and a good level of fitness. May include some steep paths and open country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm waterproof clothing are highly recommended.
Strenuous Walks are for experienced country walkers with an above average fitness level. May include hills and rought country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm waterproof clothing are essential. People in doubt about their fitness are advised to contact the walk leader in advance.
Why not lead your own! All our walks are lead by our group members. Any SYW member can lead a walk - you don't need any special training or qualifications. It is easy, fun and rewarding.