Connecticut Walking Groups

Do you enjoy walking for fitness, fun, or socializing? Are you looking for a walking group in Connecticut to join? Walking with others can help you stay healthy, happy, and connected. Here are some of the walking groups that you can find in Connecticut:

  • Butterfly Reiki, Tai Chi and Qi Gong Meetup Group: This group is based in Wethersfield and offers various activities to promote wellness and harmony. They organize weekly walks along the riverfront, as well as reiki, tai chi, and qi gong sessions. You can join them every Saturday at 12:30pm UTC at Founders/Riverfront Park. For more information, visit their website at .
  • Bike Walk Canton CT: This group is a citizen advocacy group founded to promote cycling and pedestrian activities in Canton and surrounding areas. They host monthly walks on different trails, as well as bike rides, workshops, and events. You can contact them by emailing or visiting their Facebook page at .
  • Ragged Mountain Foundation Inc: This group is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the natural resources and recreational opportunities of Ragged Mountain and adjacent lands in Berlin and Southington. They offer guided hikes, trail maintenance, rock climbing, and environmental education. You can learn more about them at .
  • Norwalk Valley Rail Trail: This group is a volunteer group that supports the development and maintenance of the Norwalk Valley Rail Trail, a multi-use trail that runs from Norwalk to Danbury. They organize regular walks, bike rides, cleanups, and fundraisers. You can join them on their Facebook page at .
  • Walking/Hiking With Friends: This group is for anyone who likes walking/hiking and wants to get out and enjoy the fresh air and the company of others. They are open to women and men age 40 plus. They meet in the local Manchester area generally: Howard Porter Reservoir, Case Mountain, Charter Oak Greenway and the Hop River Trail. You can find their upcoming events at .

These are just some of the walking groups that you can find in Connecticut. There are many more out there waiting for you to join them. Walking with a group can make your walking experience more enjoyable and rewarding. So what are you waiting for? Grab your shoes and hit the trail with your new walking friends!

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