New to CLOG?

Come on up to 3 events before joining (suspended - members only now due to Covid). Find out more: About us Why join FAQs Hotline. For those in London and beyond who enjoy walking, cycling, hillwalking, exploring and trips away. Most are over 35s but all ages welcome. join CLOG

Upcoming Events - Real outdoor events!

Outdoor events have restarted!!!!


Ready to become a CLOG member and come on our walks and cycle rides? 

https://membermojo.co.uk/clog Annual subs (£15 for the year)


Still not ready to become a member?  There is a Facebook Group for people interested in CLOG: https://www.facebook.co m/groups/CLOG2.Info on our activities and photos but you can't book a place without becoming a member.  


Upcoming events regularly updated - many at very short notice - keep visiting regularly. A monthly view can be found on the Events Calendar.  


*Anyone taking part should consider the personal risks involved and follow government rules and advice at all times.

Joining CLOG

We are a friendly hiking, cycling, walking and other outdoor activity club for people based in or near Greater London.

The club is run by its members for its members.  Most are over 35s (typically late 30s, 40s and 50s and 60s) but all ages (over 18) welcome.  As we are not a family group, we can't take children on our activities.

CLOG is strictly non-commercial.  Ready to join?   
join CLOG

Why not follow us on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/CentralLondonOutdoorGroup/

Not yet ready to join? Join our new Facebook group for those interested in CLOG but not yet members:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/CLOG2/

Trips away, other pre-booked events and most social events are only open to CLOG members.  For our full events calendar, click 
  • Perhaps the most active outdoor activity (non-commercial) club in London with typically four to eight events per week. These include day walks, evening walks, cycle rides, social events, weekend trips and longer holidays in the UK and abroad.  
  • Events are free, run at cost (or occasionally subsidised).
  • We offer a wide variety of outdoor events. As well as hiking, cycling, hillwalking and trips away, we also do sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding and have regular social events.
  • We are a well-established group founded in 1937 and still going strong.
  • Normally you can try us out for free and attend three events to try out the group before joining. However this is currently suspended due to coronavirus and everything is members-only at present. 

  • Annual subs are £15 for new members (for the first 12 months) then £25 for standard membership or £15 for Long Distance Members (those living far from London) or regular leaders. 
    For more information contact the membership secretary - see Contact us page. 

    News

    Preliminary information on some easy cycle rides coming up in the next few months.  


    Martello Towers and 12th century Abbey Cycle Ride 23 miles 
    We cycle out of Great Bentley south to St Osyths where we stop to look at what remains of the great abbey of St Osyths, then further south to the coast at Seawick where we may stop for coffee.  We then follow Cycle Route 150 through Clacton and Frinton to Walton on the Naze where we pass 5 Martello Towers. When we get to Walton we will explore the Naze nature reserve and admire the fantastic views and the old sea mark tower.

    Crab and Winkle and Thanet coast cycle ride 24 miles  Woods, Cliffs, Sea and Sky
    We will be cycling from Canterbury to Margate via the Crab and Winkle and the coastal cycle path: Woods, Cliffs, Sea and Sky. Passing through charming seaside towns: Whitstable, Herne Bay, Birchington, Reculver and Margate. We will be stopping for morning tea, lunch and probably afternoon tea somewhere along the way

    Surrey/Sussex lost railway cycle ride Christ's Hospital to West Worthing 26 miles
    We will be cycling along part of the lost railway that once ran from Guildford to Shoreham. (aka the Downs link) through the middle of the South Downs National Park!.  From Shoreham we will continue along the coast to finish at West Worthing.  This ride should be suitable for hybrids or similar.

    Lost Sussex railways cycle ride: Three Bridges to Tunbridge Wells 23 miles
    We cycle out of Three Bridges along the Worth Way to East Grinstead  then along Forest Way which is within the High Weald AONB  to Groombridge. Both cycle paths follow the lost railway that once ran between Crawley and Tunbridge Wells. Then we are on minor roads (NCR 18) to Tunbridge Wells.

    Surrey/Sussex lost railway cycle ride Christ's Hospital to Guildford
     This is the first part of the lost railway that once ran from Guildford to Shoreham. (aka the Downs link).  This should be suitable for hybrids or similar.  We will be starting in Christs Hospital and finishing in Guildford where there are frequent trains back to London.