East Yorkshire and Derwent Area Ramblers

walking to protect our local countryside

*** Stuart Maconie announced as new President of Ramblers: Housing Estate Development next to The Yorkshire Wolds Way refused: Coach Rambles are being arranged - click on the Diary tab: English Coast Path Update [March 2017]: Network Rail level crossing closure proposals: - read more by clicking on the NEWS tab above.***

Welcome to East Yorkshire and Derwent Ramblers

About Us

The East Yorkshire and Derwent Area of the Ramblers' Association has about seventeen hundred members. Additionally, many local walking clubs are affiliated to our organisation. This enables us to have an influential voice when representing the interests of both walkers and lovers of our local countryside. Our main aims are:

  • P1020793Protecting footpaths and other places to which the public has a right of way or access on foot.
  • Defending the beauty of the countryside
  • Promoting walking for everyone including health benefits of outdoor pursuits
  • Advancing the education of the public in subjects concerning access to, preservation of and conservation of the countryside

 

Further information on the aims and objectives of The Ramblers Association can be viewed by clicking Objectives

 

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WALKS CALENDAR - hover over a bold date to see walks taking place. Click a walk for full details.

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The Yorkshire Castles Way

7835 cliffords tower on top of a hill in york pvJoin Pocklington members as they walk The Yorkshire Castles Way, a local long distance walk, designed in 2014 by Stephen Down with support from his colleagues in GYBO ‘Get your Boots On’ Group'. It runs 95 miles through some of Yorkshire’s finest countryside, from the historic city of York to the seaside town of Scarborough, passing 13 castles along the route.

Interested in doing one or more stages. Then click HERE for details of each stage.