1. New walks are announced on Facebook please book above with your email and mobile no.
2. You get an email+text to confirm the initial booking and a text reminder the day before.
3. When a walk is fully booked, the system stops publishing it so people don't waste time.
4. If the weather forecast is poor, the walk may be cancelled and re-scheduled, you will receive a notification.
5. Booking closes 20:00 the evening before to permit the leader to have a register of participants.
6. IMPORTANT - If you need to cancel a booking, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
(there is great demand for our walks and it allows another member to enjoy the walk).
Please use text - a confidential list has been circulated to members.
Note: If a walk is not listed in the "Walks Programme" above it is fully booked.
Past 2024 walks
01 Jan Mon New Year’s Day Llyn Padarn Lake Walk D4-D 7 or C6 by Mieko
18 Jan Thu Into the Cwm of Yr Eifl C4.5 by Di Jamal - CANCELLED
20 Jan Sat Rachel's Famous Short Walks: Cilgwyn Tip Circular D 4
27 Jan Sat Marchlyn Horseshoe A10 by Anthony and Hugh - rescheduled 16 March
28 Jan Sun Nant Gwrtheryn to Pistyll Circular B6 by Di Jamal
30 Jan Tue Rachels Famous Short Walks: Ice Age Pebble D4
03 Feb Sat Yr Aran C 5 and B 7 by Roy and Jo-Anne - CANCELLED
10 Feb Sat Criccieth and Llanystumdwy circular C7 by Di Doughty
10 Feb Sat Y Garn from Ogwen A5.5 by Anthony and Hugh
17 Feb Sat Moel Faban and Drosgl from Bethesda B7 by Ann
17 Feb Sat Rachel's Famous Walks - Rhosgadfan Circular D3
20 Feb Tue Footsteps of Lloyd George E3 by John B
24 Feb Sat Tryfan the easy way - west face A+ 5 by Richard
A and A+ Technical These walks are suitable for experienced and very fit walkers with additional technical skills such as scrambling and use of ice axes or crampons.
B and B+ Strenuous These walks will be at a brisk pace and may include hills and rough terrain. They are recommended only for experienced country walkers with an above average level of fitness.
C and C+ Moderate These walks may include some steep paths and open country walking.
D Leisurely The walks may include unsurfaced rural paths and we recommend you wear walking boots and bring warm, waterproof clothing as appropriate for the season.
eg B8 = grade B 8 miles
Rambling involves certain risks and is based on self-reliance.
You are responsible for your own actions, decisions and safety and the safety of those around you.
Information sheet Eryri Ramblers - taking part in group walks V1Jan2023 applies to all participants.
For safety, Eryri walk leaders prefer to control numbers on a walk and have the mandatory register pre-prepared to save time at the start. Please can we ask you to book on our Walks page - we can also send you helpful notifications - thank you.
The North Wales Ramblers Area Council have given guidance: North Wales is predominantly a livestock farming area. Some members are frightened of dogs and others find them a nuisance on walks. We have narrow mountain and high cliff paths with sharp drops therefore Eryri Ramblers will not allow dogs on walks apart from registered assistance dogs. Those with assistance dogs should contact the leader beforehand to discuss stiles or other obstacles on the route.