Andover Ramblers

at the heart of walking in North West Hampshire and the Test Valley



We would like to invite you to walk regularly with us in a beautiful part of Hampshire characterised by chalk downland, sparkling rivers and idyllic villages. We offer a wide variety of walks, in terms of location, distance, grade and type, and with up to a dozen walks each month, you will always have plenty to choose from.

Our weekly Sunday walks vary in length from 8 miles, whilst our Saturday walks vary in length from 5 miles. From May to August we organize walks every Wednesday evening up to 5 miles in length. We meet in Andover so that we can car share to the start of the walk and give members without cars a lift. This enables us to take as few cars as possible.


As well as organizing walks every week in Hampshire and our neighbouring counties, we arrange weekend and short breaks to more distant parts such as Exmoor, Dartmoor, the Brecon Beacons, the Peak District and the Lake District.


The Andover Ramblers extend a warm welcome to all new walkers, visitors and guests. Why not try us for a few weeks without any commitment. If you like what you see, then you are more than welcome to join us. The Ramblers annual membership fee amounts to less than 62p per week. As well as helping to protect the natural beauty of the British countryside, you will also be part of a nationwide walking club.


The Ramblers exist to facilitate, for the benefit of everyone, the enjoyment and discovery that walking outdoors can bring; and to promote respect for the life of the countryside. We encourage walking; protect rights of way; defend the beauty of the countryside; and have campaigned for many years for freedom to roam over uncultivated, open country.

If you would like to know more about our group, please refer the Contacts page for phone numbers. You can also click on the person's name for their email address or use the contact form on that page.


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