About Us

We are a friendly, informal group formed in 1966 with nearly 300 members.

A more detailed introductory slideshow is available here

Where we walk

We are very fortunate to have the magnificent Chilterns scenery and the panoramic Vale of Aylesbury on our doorstep and the majority of our walks are in our local Buckinghamshire area though we do extend to Bedfordshire, Oxfordshire and occasional walks in London. We provide a programme of walks to suit everyone. Tuesday walks are about 4 miles at no faster than 2 miles per hour average.  Thursday walks tend to be 6 - 9 miles at a somewhat faster pace.  Sunday walks can be up to 14 miles. It is not necessary to be a member to join in a walk - just turn up on the day. If you enjoy the walks and want to continue walking with us you are expected to join the Ramblers' Association to give us your support.
 
What you need to bring

You will need strong boots, shoes or trainers and warm and/or waterproof clothing, depending on the weather. But remember it can be very muddy particularly outside of the summer months and walking-pole(s) can be helpful. You should always bring water with you, and may also want to bring another drink and a snack. (Bananas seem to be a favourite with ramblers!).  All walks include a refreshment stop. Many other walks include a pub stop or an optionall pub lunch at the end.


Come and join us in a walk soon. You will be very welcome.
 

Members

The Members Only section is accessible to members of Aylesbury Ramblers by entry of a username and password (obtainable from the membership secretary).  

What you can enjoy

Once you are a member you will have on-line access to our full walks programme, over 150 maps of previous walks (with more being added all the time!), details of our social programme and information on lots of other local events involving members. 

Want to do more?

If you want to do more we'll help you to become a walks leader, show you how you can help us keep the paths in our area open and accessible. You can access details of the committee, and see the minutes of our AGM and regular Committee meetings. We also monitor developments with HS2 and other local planning and development activity. So something for everyone.

Click here for more information, including how to join us.
 
Join us to get these added benefits!