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Vale of Belvoir Ramblers

We're a small and friendly Group of the Nottinghamshire Area Ramblers Association based in the Vale of Belvoir. Our varied programme offers weekly Sunday and monthly Wednesday walks and in June and July we have leisurely evening strolls often ending with a sociable drink at a pub.

Many of our walks are in and around the Vale but we regularly travel further afield to Derbyshire and the Peak District and other East Midlands counties

This website complements the VBR weekly blog where the latest information on our Walks Programme can be found. It also comprises photographs of our walks since January 2014 and Weekends Away since 2006.

On this site, you will also find a List of VBR walks and tracks of all our blog posts arranged in alphabetical order, based on the location of the walk start point, most showing the route of the walk.

In August every year, we have two longer walks on consecutive days in the Peak District to give members the opportunity of taking a weekend break there and to avoid excessive travel. On the Peak District Weekends page are some images of the 2016, 2015 and 2014 walks in the Dark Peak and White Peak.

And every September the Group spends a long weekend away. On the Weekends Away page you can find photographs of trips to Keswick (2006), New Forest (2007), Hawes (2008), Whitby (2009), Cotswolds (2010), Settle (2011), Wooler (2012), Pickering (2013), Teesdale (2014), North Norfolk (2015), Ludlow (2016), Church Stretton (2017), Malhamdale (2018), Dolgellau (2019) and Selworth (2020).

You can also find out more details of where we walk and how far and how to join the Ramblers.

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(Disclaimer - Note that this is a personal website and its contents, and that of the associated blog, are the responsibility of the owner. Ramblers does not necessarily endorse any of the contents.)