Frome Walking Groups
Joining a walking group is a fun and exciting way of keeping active. There are many different groups around Frome that offer different routes, some are led by qualified walking instructors and others are community led.
Frome Walkers (PDF, 92KB) – The Frome Walkers Group, formerly known as the Frome Rights of Way, look after the interests of all walkers by campaigning for greater access to the countryside. By joining, you will give them a stronger voice when speaking out for all walkers. Their led group walks are list on our Guided Walks page.
Frome Health Walks June-Sept 2020 – Health walks are carried out on a regular basis for well-being. All walks are free of charge and are led by a team of Volunteer Walk Leaders. There are varying lengths of walks for you to choose from. If you’d like to walk further afield, there are also Mendip Health Walks to choose from. Walks must be booked in advance. If you require further information please contact Jo Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nordic Walking by Fiona Dean Fitness – Nordic walking is the perfect exercise tool, particularly if you are coming back to exercise, or are carrying an injury. These walks last for just over an hour and take place at various venues around Frome.
Nordic Walking by Eco Fitness – A fun, effective and social way to shape up and improve your fitness that doesn’t involve expensive gym memberships.
Frome Car-Free Walking Group – This is a new group for people who like walking without driving. They offer one walk a month, usually on a Saturday. The walks are around 8 to 12 miles long, medium pace, plus a picnic/cafe/pub stop.
Somerset Ramblers – The Ramblers is Britain’s walking charity who work to safeguard footpaths, the countryside and other places we go walking. Somerset Area Ramblers covers an area from Frome in the East, to Minehead in the West and from Woodspring in the North to Yeovil in the South.
Mendip Ramblers – Mendip Ramblers are part of the Somerset Area, they offer a wide range of walks to suit everyone. They aim to give full and accurate details of their walks so that members can choose walks to suit their capabilities.