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The Scarborough group of the Ramblers' Association is a thriving organisation with a busy programme of walks.

We are part of a long-established national body that has a proud record of campaigning for the rights of all who enjoy Britain's beautiful countryside.

Walking is a healthy, sociable activity for all ages, requiring little expense other than the price of comfortable, suitable footwear and weatherproof clothes.

Most of our walks start at 10am on Sundays and are taken at a pace that allows a friendly chat.  There are stops for coffee and a picnic lunch, and we aim to finish soon after 3pm. 

As walkers in the Scarborough area, we are uniquely blessed with a wide variety of countryside - well-trodden paths along the tops of the soaring sea cliffs, the dramatic heather moors of the national park, peaceful pastoral scenes and woodland in which wildlife abounds. 

In the winter, we stay fairly close to home, but we take advantage of the longer days to explore slightly further afield - to the boundaries of the North York Moors National Park and into the East Riding.

If you are unaccustomed to rambling, our usual distance of about 10 miles might seem daunting, but you will probably find that the day is over all too soon.

We would be delighted to welcome you to any of our walks.


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The Ramblers' Association is a registered charity (England & Wales no 1093577, Scotland no SC039799) and a company limited by guarantee, registered in England & Wales (no 4458492). Registered office: 2nd floor, Camelford House, 87-90 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TW