Hike MK

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Hike MK is a walking group for younger adults in the Milton Keynes & North Buckinghamshire area. Group walks are organised on a regular basis, varying between 4 and 12 miles on average, as well as social events and trips away.

The group is aimed at adults in their 20's, 30's, and 40's; sorry no children. Walks are usually more like social events than expeditions, and well-behaved dogs may be allowed- but please check with the walk organiser beforehand.

Hike MK is a separate group to the main Milton Keynes Ramblers, and new members are always welcome. Visit their website for more information or join their Facebook group for regular updates on events.


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