Stirling walking network
Interested in finding a fun and easy way to get fit, lose weight and meet new friends? If yes, come along and join one of our walks.
walking network project comprises of volunteer lead walks in local communities to increase the health and wellbeing of those who attend the walks. There is now a pathway of walks to take you from a gentle stroll to a more strenuous walk, enabling you to increase and maintain your fitness levels.
For more information, please contact Tricia Cumming on 0300 028 0101 or mobile 07557 439 111or e-mail email@example.com
Who are the walks for? Everyone ..............
Free beginner walks
(average 2km) are for those who are new to walking or wanting to increase their activity levels and those who may be recovering from an illness or operation. These walks are usually on flat, even surfaces and last
between 30 - 45 minutes.
Paid longer walks (WALK FORWARD) - These walks (average 6-8km long) are for those who are looking for a more strenuous walk. These walks are at a faster pace, can be on uneven surfaces and have some small hills/inclines.
Paid Community walks – West Stirling Villages – These walks (average 2-4km) are for regular walkers wanting some gentle exercise on reasonably flat, good surfaced paths.
Beginner health walks: Please arrive 10 minutes early on your first day in order to fill in a short health questionnaire. No need to book. These walks take place weekly in Plean Country Park, Bridge of Allan, Dunblane, Killearn, St. Ninians, the Stirling Community Hospital, Raploch and the City Centre as well as locations in the National Park. Please call Active Stirling on 0300 028 0101 to request the schedule or for further details.
Paid longer walks: Please purchase a walking card (details on the download). Walks will be stamped on your card. The card is valid for a year from date of purchase. Please see the timetable for payment details.
Volunteering: We are always looking for Volunteers. The best place to start is to attend a local beginner walk in order to get a feel for the project and then contact Tricia Cumming to discuss what is involved.
Walking is known to - Benefit mental health, improve health and fitness, protect against Illness and help manage weight.
Join us for a stroll, socialising and some fresh air. We look forward to seeing you!