We are always grateful to receive photographs taken during any of our walks, and the best ones will be added to the gallery of photographs below. It’s up to you whether the photos show just the landscape or also contain walkers.
When sending us a photo, please remember to say what it is and when it was taken.
Some of the photos below are not captioned, but many will doubtless recognise the faces and locations. Any of the photographs can be clicked on to view a larger image. As newer pictures become available, the older ones will eventually be archived.
Thornton Reservoir, Leicestershire, and an intrepid band who correctly risked the dire weather forecast which never came to fruition.
A kingfisher has been spotted in the reeds along the Nottingham Canal near Trowell (January 2018)
(Photo courtesy of Alan Brown)
Unveiling a plaque at Dale Abbey in memory of former committee member, Reg Williamson. (February 2017)
(Photo courtesy of Tony Beardsley)
A new boardwalk constructed by the Footpath Working Group at Mapperley -
(Photo courtesy of Sara Ashmead)
Sometimes we just can’t make our mind up whether to stop or keep going! Good job there is someone to tell us what to do!
Prestwold Walk, July 2015
Rambling is, of course, the best way to get to see the wonders of nature -
As well as wonderful countryside, many of our walks go past historic buildings. Here you can admire the industrial archaeology at Moira Furnace.
Ashby Canal Walk, July 2015
Codnor Park Reservoir, November 2014
When possible, we also post a sequence of photos taken during a specific walk -
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More photographs and information can be found on our Facebook page.