Eastwood Ramblers

About Us

We were formed in 1987 and our first outing took place on the 14th June of that year.

We are a friendly bunch, and we are here to help you get walking, and eventually to maybe, start leading your own walks.

Eastwood Ramblers Group is part of the Ramblers, Scotland and the National Ramblers Association.


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As a Ramblers member you are able to join in any of the Ramblers walks being organised anywhere in the country.

Our meeting point is Clarkston Halls Car Park on the South Side of Glasgow (usually) - unless noted elsewhere.(OS Map 64 - grid ref. NS573576.

We also run 'car free' walks, and the meeting arrangements for these walks will be intimated in the relevant programme notes.

As noted elsewhere, walk attendances can vary from 6 to 30, and we aim to cater for 'C' and 'A/B' grade walks, sometimes both on the same day.

See separate page on how we and the National Ramblers grade their walks.

Also, our programme includes short midweek walks on a Wednesday, around local parks.

For details of these mid-week walks please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on 0141 637 2133 on 9pm, Tuesday Evenings, at the latest.

Currently we are hoping to run at least 2 bus outings per year, and these outings will cater for all walk grades, and we usually plan on having a meal together after the walks, prior to returning home.

We have an active Social Programme, which usually involves visits to local theatres etc. (see "Social Events" page)

Further details can be obtained from our Publicity Officer, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on 0141 644 0171

Join the Ramblers

As a Ramblers Member you can ralogo200x157
  • be part of Britain’s biggest walking charity
  • join a community of over 110,000 members
  • enjoy a wide range of membership benefits
  • choose from 38,000 led walks a year across England, Scotland and Wales
  • help us continue our charitable work to protect Britain’s footpaths and promote walking
Wednesday, January 23, 2019