We offer over 60 walks across Buckinghamshire.
Our trained volunteer walk leaders and backmarkers are there to help you walk at your own pace, with no need to worry about being left behind. However, try and attend the level of walk you feel you can do.
All new walkers are welcome whether you are fit and active, haven't exercised in a long time, or have been advised to join by a doctor.
Before attending your first walk you need to register for Simply Walk online.
If you are unable to register online, paper copies of the registration form will be available from your walk leader on-site.
In the event of poor weather, check for cancellations on the calendar before setting out.
Not all our walks as indicated on the map are operational yet.
Not all walks operate on bank holidays
Levels of walking
- 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 (between 60 to 90 minutes)
- Level 4: Occasional stile and gradient (90 minutes plus)
Level 4 walks are the most advanced walks. They are more than 1.5 hours and possibly over more demanding terrain. Although they are not officially a 'health walk', they are still part of the Simply Walk scheme.
Only registered assistance dogs are allowed on the walks.
Simply Walk is looking for more Volunteer Walk Leaders.
All training is free. No previous skills or qualification required, just enthusiasm and willingness to help.
There is also an option to complete a first aid training course.
To register your interest, you can contact Simply Walk by:
Funding for Simply Walk is not guaranteed every year.
The feedback we receive shows how much Simply Walk means to you. We want to be able to continue offering this service.
If you feel able, consider giving a donation.