- Walking groups
- Weekly Wellbeing Walks
- Volunteer to be a walk leader
- Benefits of walking
- Walk your way to health with NHS Haringey
- Further information
- Active Communities newsletter
Want to meet people and make new friends? Try one of the many walking groups across Haringey!
They inspire you to get moving and active and you will see parts of Haringey in peaceful and enjoyable surroundings.
For additional information about our Wellbeing Walks, Community walks, 'Specialist' Walks or walk leader training, please contact :
- Tel: 07971 113 463
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly Wellbeing Walks
Come along to our free volunteer-led walking groups.
Wellbeing Walks are free and are led by trained walk leader volunteers, offering group walks across Haringey’s parks and green spaces.
Search our what's on calendar for the latest walks
Walks are subject to change. Walks do not take place on Bank Holidays.
Please check the Ramblers Wellbeing Walks pages (external link) for the latest walks.
Volunteer to be a walk leader
Walk Leaders are trained volunteers who lead Wellbeing Walks in Haringey. Free training is available if you want to become a volunteer walk leader or helper on a Wellbeing Walk.
For more information:
- Email: email@example.com or call 07971 113 463
Benefits of walking
- It's quick and reliable
- It's good for your health
- It makes a greener planet
- It's good for our economy
Taking a frequent walk is one of the most effective ways of improving your health.
Just 30 minutes of brisk walking a day can improve your physical health, increase your fitness and help manage your weight by burning off those excess calories. .
If 30 minutes exercise at one time is inconvenient, shorter bouts of 10-15 minutes exercise spread over the day can be just as good.
Walking is the ideal exercise to build into your daily routine and is easy to do. You could leave the car behind for a short journey or think about getting off the bus one or two stops earlier and walking to work or school.
Better Health - NHS
Find new ways to get moving at your pace: advice and guidance on Better Health (external Link).
Kick-start your health:
Healthy changes start with little changes. Whether you want to lose weight, get active or quit smoking, Better Health is here with lots of free tools and support.
You can also find simple ways to lift your mood with Every Mind Matters. There has never been a better time to make a difference to your health. Let's do this!
Walk your way to health with Haringey
Join one of our regular local led walks. Walking as a group can be beneficial and more encouraging, giving you an opportunity to meet and chat with other people while you get fitter. These walks are led by trained leaders - you can find out more about walks and other ways you can keep healthy on our Active for Life page.
Walking for 20 minutes will use approximately 100 calories for someone weighing 62kg (9st 11lbs). And walking a mile in 20 minutes burns approximately the same amount of energy as:
- Running a mile in 10 minutes
- Swimming breast stoke for 10 minutes
- Doing aerobics for 16 minutes
- Playing football for 12 minutes
- Cycling for 16 minutes
- Weight training for 17 minutes…and walking is considerably easier to achieve
Walking is virtually injury-free and has the lowest drop-out rate of any form of exercise, making it a highly effective work-out.
If you require travel information, please visit TfL's Journey Planner (external link) or call London travel information on 020 7222 1234.
You can also plan a less polluted route please try this Clean Air Route Finder | London City Hall
See the AccessAble website (external link) for information on accessibility in Haringey.
Active Communities newsletter
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