Unfortunately, the Chesterfield 20 - 40s walking group (aka Chesterfield Young Ramblers) has been disolved.
For alternative Ramblers groups in the area, please visit the South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire Ramblers website
Why join us?
Enjoy the Countryside
We are fortunate to have magnificent countryside on our doorstep. The Peak District offers varied scenery - the wilder dark peak in the north features beautiful and sometime rugged moorland whereas the white peak in the south of the region is renowned for its picturesque rivers and deep-cut dales.
Improve your Wellbeing
Walking is a very good way of relieving the stresses and strains built up in the week. It's also one of the easiest ways to become more active and improve your health. We arrange walks of varying length and difficulty meaning that you can choose a walk that suits your current fitness level.
Make new Friends
Walking in a group provides excellent opportunities for socialising, meeting new people and making new friends. Some people also feel more secure walking in group and it allows them to walk in areas they might not otherwise have considered.
About our walks?
Our walks are usually between 4 to 10 miles although we do occasionally do longer ones for the members that like to stretch their legs a bit more. Typically, our walks are in the Peak District but in winter, when the days are shorter and weather less reliable we include more walks in the Chesterfield area.
We walk at a moderate pace and build in time for taking photos, viewing interesting features and stopping for coffee breaks. if you are in any doubt about your fitness level we would advise that you choose a shorter, less strenuous walk in the first instance. Unless the walk is very short we have a lunch stop about half way round, so please bring sandwiches/snacks with you. We sometimes visit a tea room or pub after the walk but this will depend on the walk leader and any time constraints.
Always check the walk details on this website and contact the walk leader if you have any questions about the walk.