WELCOME TO THE BURY HF WALKING CLUB WEBSITE
We are able to offer a variety of walks to suit a range of abilities. Explore the site to find out about us and how to join.
Based in the northwest of England, we are fortunate indeed to have so much wonderful and varied countryside on our doorstep, or within easy driving distance. Our members appreciate this benefit and make great use of it. If you are of a similar mind, or if you would like to become more familiar with our countryside, you would be most welcome to join our friendly club and share the experience with us.
And membership is only £5.00 a year!
If, after looking through the pages of our website, you would like any further information, please contact us.
Bury HF resumed our walking programmes from the 17th May. See Programmes
New members are always welcome to join us.
A public liability policy covers the club.
Final details of walks may not be available until nearer the time so keep checking for up to date information.
The walk secretary is Trevor Lunness (07960 077230). Some of these walks are classed as ‘difficult’ and are usually between 10 miles and 15 miles in length or may include significant ascent.
For up to date information about the walks click HERE
The walk secretary is Christine Wellings (01204 778757). The group normally meet at Tenters Street (Law Courts) car park leaving promptly at 13.00. In order to comply with Covid guidelines, we will meet at the starting point of the walk until further notice.’The programme offers an amble of approximately 3–4 miles once a month and a walk of approx 6 miles three times each month. You might like to consider taking a snack and a drink.
The walk secretary is Diane Goldberg (01204 88 2702) The group normally meets at Belle Vue Terrace car park, at 10.00. but in order to comply with Covid guidelines, we will meet at the starting point of the walk until further notice.’Walks are approximately 8 miles in length.
For up to date information about the walks click
Don't Lose Your Way
Under Part II of CROW Act (The Right to Roam) some historic footpaths and bridleways are now threatened with extinction. They are those, possibly as many as 49,000 in England and Wales, which for one reason or another will not have been included in the Definitive Map held by each local authority by 1 January 2026. To see how this affects Bury click HERE