What we're about

Unlike most other groups for walking, this new group is all grade C walks. Nice and easy at an easy pace, geared towards people wanting gentle exercise out in the Scottish countryside. If you're looking to get fitter in an easy, fun, social way with no pressure, maybe this is the group for you, since most of the walks are along country trails and paths that are well defined and range from between 4-12 miles.

Easy bike rides are going to be happening on a trial basis for a few months and we'll take it from there, same idea as the walks nothing to long or hardwork just gentle exercise and hopefully a fun few hours out in the fresh air on tracks or little quite country roads, so if your a2 wheel fan or just got a bike rusting in the shed drag it out and lets see if cycling easy style works.

The one and only rule is if you can't make an event please change your rsvp or let the host taking the event you not able to attend.

Upcoming events (4)

Come to the Seaside :) Girvan Seafront and Byne Hill

A level easy walk along Girvan seafront and then a climb up Byne Hill, and return. Meet at main car park past the harbour in Girvan (next to Louisa Drive for sat navs). I've requested sunshine for this event so hopefully it'll be an ice cream on the beach kind of day when we finish. Snack/drink for the break at the top of the hill while you enjoy the views. For those coming in by train, let me know and I will try and co-ordinate lifts from train station to the start. This walk involves a few stiles (3 I think) and a wooden 7 bar gate to climb.

Calderglen Park

Calderglen Country park

An old favourite for Easy Walkers - About a 5 mile route all paths nice walk on any day. Coffee shop to finish :) Meetup outside the zoo.

Chatelherault Country Park. Meet at map outside house entrance

Chatelherault Country Park ,Hamilton

Easy 5 miles (ish) with a nice coffee shop to finish.

Greenock Cut. Meet at Visitor Centre. PA16 9LX

Greenock Cut Visitor Centre


Designated as an Ancient Monument, The Greenock Cut is an aqueduct built in the 1820s to supply water from Loch Thom to Greenock. The 7 mile route is full of interesting features. It is an easy walk along tarmac country roads, gravel tracks and grassy footpaths. Hopefully it will be clear day and you will be rewarded with fantastic views to Greenock, Gourock, the River Clyde and the southern Scottish mountains. Please be aware that hillwalking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware that they take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own actions and involvement.

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