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Our Wellbeing Walks programme consists of friendly group walks that can help you become and stay active around Huntingdonshire. You can enjoy the walk at your own pace, but with the added benefit of being in the company of other walkers and trained walk leaders.

The Wellbeing Walks are led by volunteer walk leaders who are also first aid trained. Most walks cover 3-4 miles and last approximately 1 hour. Walks are free to join, and everybody is welcome.

The programme has been developed alongside the Ramblers and our neighbouring local authorities.

Walks key

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Colour Description
Green Are accessible for pushchairs and wheelchairs
Orange Moderate walk - 30-60 mins over 2-3 miles. A mixture of pathways and grass tracks. May include stiles and kissing gates. Not suitable for wheelchairs or buggies
Green/Orange A moderate walk with the option of a shorter easier route if desired
Red Advanced Walk 60-90 mins over 3-4 miles
Green/Red Advanced Walk with the option of a short/moderate if desired
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Day Walk Location What 3 Words ID
10am / Thursday 29th Wilhorn Meadow
Chapel on the Bridge, St Ives, PE27 5UW ///handbags.officers.couriers
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Day Walk Location What 3 Words ID
2pm / 29 Thursday Crown Lakes Crown Lakes Car Park, Farcet PE7 3BA ///love.unafraid.stem


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Day Walk Location What 3 Words ID

10am / 1 Friday

Brampton Village (Orange)

Notcutts Garden Centre, Brampton, PE28 4NF


2pm / 6 Wednesday

Diddington Doddle (Orange)

Buckden Village Hall, Buckden, PE19 5UY


10am / 8 Friday

Racecourse Ramble (Orange)

Cafe, Hinchingbrooke Country Park, Huntingdon, PE29 6DB


2pm / 13 Wednesday

Godmanchester Lakes (Orange)

Bridge Place Car Park, Godmanchester, PE29 2AB


10am / 15 Friday

Hemingford Meadows (Orange)

Houghton Mill Car Park, Mill Lane, Houghton, PE28 2AZ


2pm / 20 Wednesday

Wyton Wander
(Red - not suitable for new walkers)

Dobbies Car Park, Banks End, Wyton, PE28 2AA


10am / 22 Friday

Hartford Marina (Orange)

The Barley Mow, 42A Main St, Hartford, Huntingdon, PE29 1XU


2pm / 27 Wednesday

Grafham Perry (Orange)

Wheatsheaf Park Car Park, West Perry, PE28 0BX


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Day Walk Location What 3 Words ID

2pm / 5 Tuesday

The Hemingfords (Orange)

Axe & Compass, High Street, Hemingford Abbots, PE28 9AH


10am / 7 Thursday

Town Walk - St Ives (Orange)

One Leisure St Ives Indoor, St Ives, PE27 6WU


2pm / 12 Tuesday

Holywell (Green/Orange)

Pike and Eel Pub, Needingworth, PE27 4TW


10am / 14 Thursday

RAF Wyton

Co-op Supermarket, Constable Road, St Ives, PE27 3ER


2pm / 19 Tuesday


Car Park, Chequers Street, Fenstanton, PE28 9JQ


10am / 21 Thursday

Hill Rise Walk

One Leisure St Ives Outdoor, California  Road, St Ives, PE27 6SJ


2pm / 26 Tuesday

Thicket Path (Green/Red)

One Leisure St Ives Indoor, St Ives, PE27 6WU


10am / 28 Thursday

Somersham Allotments (Orange)

Victory Hall Car Park, Parkhall Road, Somersham, PE28 3HE


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Day Walk Location What 3 Words ID

2pm / 1 Friday

Little Paxton Stroll (Orange)

Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, PE19 6ET


10am / 4 Monday

Meadow Trail

Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, PE19 6ET


2pm / 8 Friday

Riverside Ramble (Orange)

Riverside car park, St Neots, PE19 7SD


10am / 11 Monday

The Railway

St Neots Football Club, Rowley Park, Kester Way, St Neots, PE19 6SL


2pm / 15 Friday

Park Walk

Priory Park car park, Huntingdon Road, St Neots, PE19 1AJ


10am / 18 Monday

Eaton Socon Pightle (Orange)

B&Q, Alpha Drive, Eaton Socon, Saint Neots, PE19 8EL


2pm / 22 Friday

Kymside Saunter (Orange)

Great Staughton Village Hall Car Park, Great Staughton, PE19 5DG


10am / 25 Monday

Willow Bridge

Riverside Car Park, St Neots, PE19 7SD


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Day Walk Location What 3 Words ID

2pm / 4 Monday

Monks Wood

Monks Wood, Browns Gate - Lower car park (B1090 towards Sawtry)


2pm / 11 Monday

Raveley Ramble - Ramsey
(Red - not suitable for new walkers)

St Peters Church, Upwood, PE26 2QE


2pm / 18 Monday

Bury Country Walk (Green/Red)

Ramsey Library, 25 Great Whyte, Ramsey, PE26 1HG


2pm / 25 Monday

(Red - not suitable for new walkers)

Lakeside Lodge Golf Centre, Fen Road, Pidley, PE28 3DF


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Day Walk Location What 3 Words ID

2pm / 7 Thursday

Pond Walk

Yaxley Library, Yaxley, PE7 3JL


2pm / 14 Thursday

Yaxley Meadows

Yaxley Library, Yaxley, PE7 3JL


2pm / 21 Thursday

River Ramble

Yaxley Library, Yaxley, PE7 3JL


2pm / 28 Thursday

Church Walk - Yaxley

Yaxley Library, Yaxley, PE7 3JL


What 3 Words ID

What 3 words is a system designed to identify any location on the surface of Earth with a resolution of about 3 metres. Anyone can find a what3words address via the online map or the free what3words app. We have adopted it to help provide a more accurate meet point for the locations of our walks.

Who can attend? 

Everyone is welcome on the walks, no matter your age or ability. Children under the age of 16 need to be accompanied by an adult.

Concerned about joining for the first time? Try one of our shorter green walks which last 20-30 minutes and are suitable for pushchairs and wheelchair users.

Please complete this short health questionnaire before you attend your first walk.

Do I need to book?

We encourage pre-booking before attending a walk, however it is not essential. You can book via the One Leisure website, the One Leisure App or by phoning 01480 388111. Bookings can be made up to 7 days in advance.

How much does it cost?

The walks are free of charge, however the Huntingdonshire Wellbeing Walks scheme invites walkers to make a voluntary donation to support the running and continuation of the scheme. The suggested donation amount is £20 per year per walker. This is not compulsory - it is up to you if, and how much, you want to donate.

Can I bring my dog?

You are welcome to bring your dog on all walks except for the:

  • Great Fen and Great Fen Dragonfly walks in Ramsey

  • Brampton Wood walk

  • Stukeley Stroll and Woodland Ramble in Huntingdon

  • Buckden Village walk and

  • Paxton Pits walk during June and July.

We recommend that dogs are kept under ‘close control’ at all times. This doesn’t necessarily mean on a lead, but we ask that dogs are kept on a lead if you cannot rely on their obedience. The usual rules apply regarding fouling. We ask all dog owners to be respectful of other walkers and to remember that not all people are dog lovers.