Walking in Corsham

Corsham is a wonderful place to walk all year round, set in rolling countryside with a network of ancient footpaths to explore. Find out more at Visit Corsham. The town has a very active walking community and several local walking groups meeting on different days to walk various distances – often finishing in a pub or cafe. There is a walk to suit almost everyone, so why not come and join us!

Local Walking Groups

Corsham Wanderers – meet monthly on a Sunday and walk 5 to 10 miles. Contact Pete Smith: petesmith11ok@gmail.com

St Bart’s Walking Group – meet monthly on Fridays for 8 mile local walks. Contact Richard Hovey. Find out more at: www.greatercorshamchurches.org.uk/activities/walking-group/

Get Wiltshire Walking – a Wiltshire Public Health funded project run in conjunction with The Ramblers. Mainly flat ‘Strider’ walks of about 1 hr 15 mins every Wednesday departing at 9:30 am from the atrium in Springfield Community Campus.

Cotswold Voluntary Wardens – separate monthly Tuesday Tramps around Box and Colerne Parishes. Each three hour walks starts at 10 am from Recreation Ground (Box) and the Fox and Hounds (Colerne). For full details of these and other Cotswold Warden led walks in the area visit the Cotswold National Landscape website.

North West Wiltshire Ramblers – meet weekly on Sundays for walks of 4 – 12 miles. Usually meet in Chippenham for car sharing to the walk start location.

Wiltshire Long Distance Walkers Association – meet two or three times a month for walks of between 15 – 50 miles. Contact: wiltshire.walkssecretary@ldwa.org.uk