Some of Red Rope Merseyside about to tackle Moel Siabod.

Merseyside region covers the Liverpool and Merseyside area.

We have almost 50 members making us one of the largest Red Rope regions. We organise two day walks each month which typically attract between 10 and 25 participants. The walk on the second Sunday of the month is around 8-11 miles and can be quite hilly. The walk on the fourth Sunday of the month is usually shorter, flatter and less demanding. There is a large and increasing number of members who are trained in navigation skills and experienced in leading walks. There are so many possible walking areas within reach of Liverpool that we are spoilt for choice. We travel to most of the walks by pooled transport.

We also go away about 4 weekends a year to the Lake District, Yorkshire, the Peak District or North Wales.  We hold meetings twice a year to review and plan. We sometimes go to cultural events together and have a Christmas night out. A curry walk in the Autumn is a popular new tradition

We’re a friendly crowd who love getting out into the open air. We are very happy for non-members to join us for a walk to see if they enjoy the group before deciding whether or not to join. We have walks coming up in Forest of Bowland, Wales, Peak District, Yorkshire and more in coming months.

Interested in joining us on a walk? Contact merseyside(replace this text with the @ sign)

Regular monthly day walks

Below is a selection of photos from some of our walks in the past 6 months.

Gallery of Merseyside’s regular walks

Merseyside Red Rope’s longer walks

Gallery of Red Rope Merseyside weekend at Dinas Mawddy