Wiltshire Ramblers

at the heart of walking in Wiltshire

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Privacy Policy

Ramblers Central Office Privacy Policy by can be located here

This is a privacy policy for the groups that form the Wiltshire Ramblers, namely North West Wiltshire, Mid-Wiltshire, North-East Wiltshire, South Wiltshire and West Wiltshire. Our homepage on the Web is located at https://www.wiltsswindonramblers.org.uk.

Wiltshire Ramblers does not collect personal information via this website in addition to any such information already collected by Ramblers Central Office. For details of personal information collected by Ramblers Central Office please click here to view a copy of their privacy policy. 

Wiltshire Ramblers conforms to all parts of the Ramblers Central Office Privacy policy.

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Welcome to our Group/Area Website

The Wiltshire Ramblers currently total some 1,300 members divided into 5 groups. Our groups work towards the charitable aims of Ramblers in different ways, but one thing they all do is organise programmes of led walks within Wiltshire and its neighbouring counties, and they will be pleased to welcome you.

Stonehenge
Stonehenge

With its two World Heritage sites at Stonehenge and Avebury, Wiltshire must surely rate as 'The Ancient Capital of England'. Together with the unitary authority of Swindon, it is a delightful landlocked county, bordering Berkshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Somerset.

Characterised by high downland and wide valleys, most of which are in the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty of the North Wessex Downs, and Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs, there are magnificent walking opportunities along our 3,790 mile network of public rights of way and 66,700 acres of access land.

Wiltshire boasts world class gardens, historic houses and a masterly cathedral all set in glorious countryside. Meander along the towpath of the Kennet and Avon Canal or take a leisurely wander through our market towns. We also have eight white horses carved into the hillsides at Alton Barnes, Broad Town, Cherhill, Devizes, Hackpen, Marlborough, Pewsey and Westbury, all of which are accessible from footpaths.

The Ramblers exists 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. The association encourages walking; protects rights of way; defends the beauty of the countryside; and has campaigned for many years for the freedom to roam over uncultivated, open country. 

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Our Web Presence

Web PresenceSeveral questions have been asked relating to the web pages that Wiltshire Ramblers have. A document has been created in order to explain what our 'Web Presence' is, the WebSites which contribute to it and how you can keep up to date. 

Click Here to Access the Document

 

Area Map

Wiltshire Ramblers' Area