We have lots of groups in Norfolk Area Ramblers who offer walks across the county (and beyond), as well as walks of different lengths. Sometimes there is the belief that Ramblers only offer shorter walks, and although we’re proud to offer those, we also have some longer walks as well.
Legstretchers is our long-distance walking group and there are walks of around 18 miles offered on the first Sunday of every month. There’s more information at http://www.legstretchers.org.uk/, or why not have a look at the walk Cas is leading in February 2020?
Details of Cas’s walk on Sunday 2 February 2020 are available at https://www.meetup.com/Norfolk-Area-Ramblers/events/267116708/.
Legstretchers, the long distance walking group within Norfolk Ramblers, has been restarted and the first walk will take place this weekend, on Sunday 5 February.
Everyone is very welcome at the walk which will take place near North Walsham, and which is 18 miles long. In future, the Legstretchers walks will take place on the first Sunday of every month and will be advertised in the area programme, on Meetup, Facebook, the area web-site and also on the group’s new web-site at http://www.legstretchers.org.uk/.
Julian White, the area publicity officer, is leading the walk and said:
“It’s great to have Legstretchers back in Norfolk, offering a longer distance option to those walkers who fancy the challenge! I’ve been delighted with the number of walk leaders who have come forwards, so I’m very optimistic that the group will have a successful future”.
Further information about the walk is available at:
We will report back with photos after the event!
This is the latest post in the series about the various groups within Norfolk Area Ramblers.
Second in the series is Legstretchers.
This group is being newly re-established in 2017 having previously been popular as the county’s long-distance walking group within the Ramblers. The first walk will take place on 5 February 2017 and then every month from then on.
The walks are traditionally around 18 miles in length, sometimes a little more. The walks are at a relatively fast pace to ensure that the group gets around the entire distance in a reasonable period of time, but they’re never hurried or rushed.
Many walkers are interested in walking long distances but are concerned that they can’t keep up. The best way to measure this is to try a walk of around ten to twelve miles and check that you feel comfortable with that distance. Then you’re ready to give a longer distance a try!
The contact whilst the group is established is Julian White and the walks take place on the first Sunday of every month. Contact us if you’re interested in leading or walking on one of our walks.