We are lucky to have so many talented photographers in our group. This selection will be added to and changed on a regular basis. Thank you, ramblers, for sharing these with us and please get in touch if you have any that you wish us to include. As not all ramblers like to be featured in social media, we tend not to publish pictures which can obviously identify anyone. However, if you have permission from people featured in your photos then these can be used in the gallery. We respect the copyright of the images shown, so should any be required for commercial purposes then please email firstname.lastname@example.org for permission to use them. This is also the best email to use if you have any images which you think would be suitable, along with a short description about where they were taken.
Many thanks to Steve, Shirley, Bob, Clare, Diane and Richard for the photos shown on this page.
A carpet of late blooming bluebells and a buttercup meadow from our walk in Welshpool, last weekend in May.
A touch of summer on our walk from Montford Bridge to Shrewsbury, very welcome!
Despite a cold spring, the bluebells did their best to put on a good show for us on the Wrekin and the Ercall.
A perfect scenery combination of mountains, and sea, accompanied by beautiful sunshine, was enjoyed by us all on this Alan Howard memorial walk from Fairbourne to Barmouth.
The sunshine did not let us down for our walk in Craven Arms, nor did the views.
Travelling to Knighton by train is always a pleasure, and the walks on offer there are always wonderful.
A walk along the Severn Way from Caersws to Newtown, on a glorious day.
A carpet of snowdrops in St Peter’s Churchyard in Stanton Lacy, wonderful sign of spring.
Caersws on a wintry December day. Stunning scenery as always in this part of the world.
Church Stretton always impresses, and the weather was such a bonus on a November day.
Autumn splendour in Ludlow and Mortimer Forest
A walk from Much Wenlock to Ironbridge included 467 steps, thankfully down and not up!
A walk up to Mitchells Fold stone circle in glorious sunshine. We then walked back via Bromlow Callow, and were treated to specatcular views along the whole route.
A misty walk from Stiperstones to Pontesbury, looking very autumnal.
Even though it was one of the hottest days of the year, we couldn’t resist the lure of Llangollen’s amazing scenery. With the added bonus of a lunch stop at the Britannia Inn.
Sutton Park, an amazing place so close to the town centre. It offers wide open spaces, and contrasting tree lined paths – and there are even Exmoor ponies living in the park. Sadly we didn’t come across them that day.
Walking around Llandrindod Wells, perfect way to spend a Saturday.
Machynlleth, those views go on for ever.
Another amazing day out, this time to Aberdovey. Specactular views, both countryside and coast.
May Bank Holiday bluebell walk around woods near Wellington. The bluebells did us proud and the weather was perfect.
Church Stretton, far from the madding crowd.
A fine day’s walking in Knighton, in beautiful Spring sunshine.
An ascent up Caradoc was breathtaking, in all senses, with 40 mile an hour winds!
A walk from Borth to Aberystwyth was on a day of two halves, started off grey and rainy but finished with blue skies. We loved it!
Autumn 2021 offered us some wonderful weather and colours, these are from the Chirk walk and the Pen-y-bont to Llandrindod Wells walk.
Thank you so much to Steve and Shirley for the following photographs from the Church Stretton ramble on the 30th October 2021. Absolutely beautiful, no descriptions necessary.
And here are some photos from a wide selection of walks we have done previously – and hope to do again!