Evesham Rambling Club has a programme of rambles throughout the year.  For more information about our rambles go to the Rambles page.


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ERC Ramble Programme 2021-22 V2


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January Sunday Ramble 2022
Jan 30 all-day

  • Leaders: Alan and Pauline
  • Area: Wolverley, Kinver Edge and Cookley
  • Start: 9.00 am
  • Distance: am 6.8miles/10.9 km; pm 4.2miles/6.8 km
  • Terrain: Canal towpath, good bridleways, open fields, woodland paths and forest tracks. In the morning some ups and downs, and downs and ups, to work up an appetite for lunch. In the afternoon mainly flat.
  • Lunch: 12.30 pm, The Lock Inn, Wolverley Road, Wolverley, Details: Check out The Lock Inn menu and indicate your choice on the booking form. Please book by 23 January so that we can advise The Lock Inn of menu choices.
  • Description:

“On this figure of eight ramble, starting alongside the canal in Wolverley, we visit the Kingsford Forest Park and Kinver Edge in the morning, and discover the ‘Wolverley Dragon’, Nanny’s Rock and the Drakelow Tunnels. After lunch at The Lock Inn, we stroll along a section of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal to Caunsall, returning via Cookley.”

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February Midweek Ramble 2022
Feb 9 all-day
  • Leader: Glyn
  • Area: Toddington, Gloucestershire
  • Start: 10.00 am
  • Distance: am 4.6 miles/7.3 km; pm 4.8 miles/7.7 km
  • Terrain: Generally good with a fair amount of the route on tracks and lanes. A climb up Dumbleton Hill, otherwise pretty level. Likely to be a little muddy in places. Five manageable stiles.
  • Lunch: 12.30 pm approximately, Dumbleton Village Hall (small charge), Please bring your own picnic. There will be the possibility of making a warm drink.
  • Description:

“The morning route takes us from Toddington to Dumbleton and should offer good views in all directions. The afternoon picks up the Isbourne Way, taking us via Wormington and back to Toddington.”

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February Short Ramble 2022
Feb 16 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm


  • Leader: Glyn
  • Area: Edge of the Cotswolds
  • Start Time: 10.00 am
  • Terrain: Pasture, tracks and country lanes with 3 stiles. It’s February… so possibility of a little mud but generally reasonable underfoot.
  • Distance: 3 & 2 miles; 4.8 & 3.2 km
  • Lunch: 1.00 pm, The Swan Inn, High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Select your choice from The Swan Inn menu and place your order by 9 February, please.
  • Description:

“This is a pleasant ramble taking in parts of “The Lost Villages of Ditchford”. The hedges are home to flocks of Redwings and Fieldfares and you may be lucky enough to see Red Kites wheeling over the rolling countryside. It is a mini figure of eight with sections of 3 and 2 miles for anyone only wanting to do a short walk.”


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February Sunday Ramble 2022
Feb 27 all-day

  • Leaders: Hazel and Paul
  • Area: Old Hills, Madresfield and North Malvern
  • Start: 9.30 am
  • Distance: am 7 miles/11.2 km; pm 6 miles/9.7 km
  • Terrain: Common Land – (some could be very muddy), town paths and footpaths.
  • Lunch: 12.30 – 1.30 pm, Near Crumpton Hill, Malvern, Please bring a picnic lunch.
  • Description:

“This is a circular walk, beginning with the Old Hills and then going through Madresfield to North Malvern, following the Three Choirs Way and the Worcestershire Way. Crumpton Hill offers an outside picnic lunch stop. Loos should be available at Morrisons, Great Malvern, both am and pm. The return journey is via Newland. Good views of the north end of the Malverns throughout.”

After the ramble:
When: 4.30 pm
Where: The Bluebell Inn, 35 Upton Road, Callow End, Worcester
Details: A menu will be distributed closer to the walk date.

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