Have you tried out our new Self Guided Walks yet?

How to get there by bus, tram and train

To help you get around here are some bus and train timetable links

Nottinghamshire County Council Bus Timetable

Nottingham City Transport

The Tram Service

East Midlands Trains (Robin Hood Line)

Advice about the walks Cars/Vehicles

Please share cars if possible and always park considerately, allowing others to share limited space. Lock your car as we cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage.

Routes and distances

Distances and routes are approximate. Leaders may vary the published route according to the weather and other conditions.

Wheelchair Users

Although most country lanes and footpaths are not suitable for wheelchair users, town walks are usually accessible. Please phone the walk leader to check.


Dogs are permitted on most guided walks, but should always be kept on a lead. Check first if in any doubt.

What to bring with you?

Comfortable waterproof boots or stout shoes
Waterproof clothing
Small rucksack
Packed lunch/tea with flask and water
Small light mat to sit on
A good torch
A local area Map
First aid kit

In Winter

Bring extra layers of clothing, a Hat and gloves

In Summer

Wide hat, Sun Cream and Sunglasses


Children under sixteen (16) are welcome but must be accompanied by parent, close relative or someone legally authorised to give permission for medical treatment if necessary.

Special Needs Walkers for Health and Special Needs/Disabled

We cannot provide carers, but carers are very welcome to walk with us. If in doubt check with the leader, also Check out the special section in- Health Walks