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Simply walk

...your way to a healthier you 

Make 2018 the year you join us and start walking, or walk more...we have walks to suit nearly everyone - so come along!

Volunteer led walks run throughout the year with over 700 walkers joining us every week on more than 80 walks across the county. Our volunteer leaders are there to help you walk at your own pace – so don't worry about being left behind, lost or feeling left out.

View upcoming Simply Walks


Volunteering with us

Simply Walk is seeking more Volunteer Walk Leaders. If you'd like to get involved and help others to enjoy the outdoors, please get in touch for more information. 

Two of our newest volunteer leaders: Stephen and Karen in Aston Clinton


New walk: shorter walk option in Booker from 20th March 11am from the Judo Centre HP12 4UE
Chilterns Walking Festival - 16-day programme of guided walks and special events taking place from 19 May – 03 June 2018. Our Simply Walk in Wendover will be featured on 22nd May

For more information and to book go to or find us on Facebook at ChilternsWalkingFestival/






HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS: Walks may be cancelled due to hazardous conditions such as snow and ice. Leaders will decide locally if their walk is going ahead. Please contact the Simply Walk office for more information.

Walking is a fantastic way to get out and about and meet new people while improving your health and wellbeing. Simply Walkers are out in all weathers, smiling and chattering and enjoying the camaraderie.

Most walks are weekly but we also offer additional fortnightly and monthly walks at some locations.


  • Visit our calendar for full details, dates and times of walks.

All new walkers are welcome whether you are fit and active or haven't exercised in a long time, are recovering from operations or have been advised to join by a doctor. It couldn't be easier to get started. No need to book, just choose your walk and arrive 15 minutes before departure to register with the walk leader.

Take your first step to getting active and staying active now. We look forward to seeing you.

All our walks are graded:

Level 1  -  Get started with walks over flat ground and no stiles. Up to 45 minutes
Level 2  -  Occasional stile and gradient. Up to 60 minutes
Level 3  -  Occasional stile and gradient. Vary between 60-90 minutes
Level 4  -  *Occasional stile and gradient. 90 minutes plus

*Please note the level 4 walks are "Progression Walks" and not part of the national Walking for Health Scheme.

Useful Information:

If you are joining a walk for the first time, please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the walk departs to register with the walk leader

Please wear suitable footwear and clothing and bring a stick if you need one.

Please remember to bring water and suitable clothing for the weather.

Well behaved dogs on non-extendable leads are permitted, at the discretion of the walk leader. It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure their pet is covered by liability insurance. Registered "Assistance" Dogs are allowed on ALL walks.

Contact Us:

For more information on walks or becoming a volunteer please call 01494 475367 or email

Funding for Simply Walk


Funding for Simply Walk comes from partners including Buckinghamshire County Council, local district councils, Burnham Health Promotion Trust and walkers' donations. However this is not enough to cover the full costs and isn't guaranteed year after year. We need more funding or we will cease to exist.

From the fabulous feedback we receive from our walkers, we know how much you value Simply Walk. If you feel able, please consider giving a donation.

You can donate online or by sending a cheque.

Cheques should be made payable to Buckinghamshire County Council. On the back of the cheque please write: Simply Walk LPRW 256 Cost Code 932636 and post to Simply Walk Coordinator, Wycombe Area Office, Easton St, High Wycombe HP11 1NH.

All funds will go directly to Simply Walk to help us to maintain the programme.

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