The Ramblers in West Sussex
Crawley and North Sussex RamblersFriendly sounding branch of the Ramblers, who stress that the most important thing is to enjoy each others' company.
You can see how you like the Ramblers by joining them for 3 walks before you have to sign on the dotted line.
Horsham and Billingshurst RamblersGives few details other than the year's programme of rambles and contact details for each event.
Mid Sussex RamblersWalks arranged on most Saturdays and Sundays, Tuesdays and Bank Holidays.
Some walks are 3-6 miles and others are twice as long. Mid Sussex Ramblers have about 500 members.
Brighton and Hove RamblersBrighton branch of the Ramblers. They loosely organise some of their walks by age group, so the young 'uns get to walk together and the old 'uns do the same.
Sussex PathfindersSussex Pathfinders Rambling Club organise walks every Sunday, with additional shorter walks on summer Saturdays.
Sussex Young WalkersBranch of the Ramblers for people aged 25 and 45. The group's walks take place all over East and West Sussex.
Disabled RamblersThe Disabled Ramblers get around using all sorts of specialist kit, depending on their needs and organise rambles all over England and Wales.
As they say, "We are truly 'ramblers', although very few of us can walk more than a few yards!".
Peter Lovett's RamblingsThe personal blog of Mid Sussex Rambler Peter Lovett has some nice photos from his recent rambles.
Other rambling related pagesOur walking in West Sussex gives information about good walking routes in West Sussex which you may find useful if you prefer to make your own arrangements for walks, rather than join up with organised walking groups like the Ramblers.
- Bognor Regis
- Burgess Hill
- East Grinstead
- Haywards Heath