New to CLOG?

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 adults of all ages welcome. join CLOG

Upcoming Events!

Upcoming events regularly updated can be found below - just scroll down until you see them.

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

https://membermojo.co.uk/clog Annual subs (now only £10 for the year)

Not ready to join?  There is a Facebook Group for those interested in CLOG: https://www.facebook.co m/groups/CLOG2 with photos and info but you can't come on anything without being a member.  

Upcoming events regularly updated - many at very short notice - keep visiting regularly. 

CLOG walksA monthly view is on the Events Calendar.  

*All events are currently MEMBERS ONLY.

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

Joining CLOG

join 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 mid 30s to 60s) but all ages (over 18) welcome.  Not a family group, so we can't take children on our activities.

CLOG is strictly non-commercial.  Ready to join?   Go to:  https://membermojo.co.uk/clog or just hit the orange button above.

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 and photos of our activities 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/CLOG2/

You need to become a member to come on our activities.
For our full events calendar, click 

For more information contact the membership secretary - see Contact us page. 

    What sort of cycling we do

    We have easy cycle rides using trains from London to explore unusual places you never knew were there, rather than cycling in chain gangs or rushing through as much tarmac as possible.  

    Together we explore lost railways, cycle ferries, old forts, castles, marshes, canals, ancient churches, winding rivers and wide skies, ancient woods, village greens, old pubs, martello towers, windmills, follies, sea marks, sailing barges, light ships, gun emplacements and more.


    Day ride



    Multi-day Trips Away in the UK and abroad

    As well as day walks, cycle rides and social events, we usually have around 20 or more outdoor adventure multi-day trips away each year - walking, cycling, city breaks, kayaking, paddleboarding, both in the UK and abroad.

    CLOG multi-day trips are non-commercial and are run at cost or occasionally subsidised.
    CLOG is a club run for and by members.

    Multi-day Trips Away Currently Planned for 2022

    Swanage Weekend March
    Lake District Trip April
    Northern Ireland Cycling Trip April
    Chapel le Dale trip May
    Cycling the Hebredean Way June
    Fort William trip June
    Wells next to the sea July
    Snowdonia July
    Cardiff Weekend September

    Multi-day Trips Away last year
    Walking in the Peak District Long Weekend June
    Cycling on the IOW June and July
    Hadrian's Way Cycling August
    Lake District Walking August
    Photos from this trip have been uploaded to a photo album
    South Downs Way Cycling Weekend August
    Photos from this trip have been uploaded to a photo album
    South Coast Cycling Trip September
    Photos from this trip have been uploaded to a photo album
    Pilgrims Way Walking trip September
    Skipton Walking Weekend October
    Photos from this trip have been uploaded to a photo album
    Hathersage December/January
    Photos from this trip have been uploaded to a photo album




    For our full events calendar, click  

    How to book on trips? Booking instructions are in the relevant trip e-mail sent to clog members. 

    Highlights of a few recent events


    Martello Towers and 12th century Abbey Cycle Ride 23 miles 
    We cycled out of Great Bentley south to St Osyths where we stopped to look at what remains of the great abbey of St Osyths, then further south to the coast at Seawick and then followed Cycle Route 150 through Clacton and Frinton to Walton on the Naze passing 5 Martello Towers. When we got to Walton explored the Naze nature reserve and admire the fantastic views and the old sea mark tower.

    Lost Sussex railways cycle ride: Three Bridges to Tunbridge Wells 23 miles
    We cycled 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. 

    Canterbury Bridges. A walk round Canterbury crossing over 30 bridges and looking at islands and watermills.

    Pill Box Safari. A walk tracing the history of wartime pill boxes along the River Medway before exploring the scenic countryside round Hildenborough.

    Isle of Harty  A walk exploring the remote Isle of Harty.

    Stairway to Heaven. A walk round Haysden Country Park, Barden Lake, the Bidborough Ridge, the Straight Mile and Haysden Water reservoir. 

    Cycle ride