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Walking & Exploring the Landscape

Walking & Exploring the Landscape

Join us for a Walk in the local countryside. 


Starting at 3 miles, and depending on the fitness levels of the group, we walk and explore the countryside, noting points of interest such as animal evidence, tree identification, looking at dry stone walls, finding ponds to discover where nature is thriving, identify plants and animals and generally enjoy a day away from town.

Using Ordinance Survey maps, we follow a route, and become accustomed to basic map reading, so we don't get lost if our technology fails us with no signal.

Our current Walking activities are continuing throughout April till July join us at any time.  Please contact us to book a place on the minibus.


When & where? 
Osprey has a 17 seat minibus.  We collect from the following locations:

Wednesdays - 2024

April 3, 17 & 24  (Please note No Walk on 10th)

May 1, 8, 15 & 22 (Please note 29th TBC)

June 5, 12, 19 & 26

July 3, 10 & 17

* 9:30am pick up Weston-Super-Mare Train Station 

* 9:40am pick up Worle Sue Ryder shop Morrison complex (if booked)

* 10:00am pick up Clevedon Pets at Home car park (if booked)

Returning before 4pm to Weston-Super-Mare

Thursdays  - 2024

April 18 & 25 (Please note No Walk on 4th or 11th)


May 2, 9, 16 & 23


June 6, 13, 20 & 27


July 4


* 9:55am pick up Highbridge train station to meet the 9:36am train from Taunton (if booked)

* 10:00am pick up Burnham-on-Sea B&M car park

* 10:30am pick up Cheddar (if booked)

We can collect you at any bus stop on the A38 between Burnham and Cross (if booked)


Returning before 4pm to Burnham-on-Sea

* If you have your own transport you can meet us at the start of the walk.  We usually walk on the West Mendip hills and through surrounding villages.

The location will be sent out each week using what3words App.


Free to attend for everyone, and funded by North Somerset Council Health & Wellbeing Fund and Somerset Skills and Learning.

The Walking Group: 
  • Walking in the countryside starting at 3 miles

  • Discovering Nature

  • Map reading & Basic Orienteering

  • No experience necessary

  • Enjoy being outdoors

  • Discover new places

  • Meet new people

  • Increase your fitness levels

  • Learn about wildlife

  • Understand the basic principals behind map reading

  • Explore the local countryside safely

  • Follow a route from a map

  • Walk together as a group 

  • Maximum group size 20 people

  • Usual group size 8-15 people

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