Lizard Point Lighthouse. Credit: Maxwell Zhang
We've been taking Southampton students walking since 1966 and are dedicated to exploring the very best countryside, peaks, mountains and coastline the UK has to offer. We offer a range of different activities every week open to almost anyone - from absolute beginners to seasoned explorers - with no commitment required, just turn up! Follow us on Facebook or join our mailing list HERE to be notified of our upcoming events. All the nessesary info is on this site but of course please don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions whatsoever. We are more than happy to help. See you at one of our events soon!
Latest COVID-19 Club Update
From the 27th Jan, face coverings are no longer required by law in England. We recognise and respect that some may wish to continue using face coverings. Free mass covid testing comes to an end on the 1st April, so we will no longer require negative tests for our close-contact events. However, to continue to protect our community, we still recommend you do not attend our events if you are showing symptoms.
For all our in-person events, we continue to advise you to:
We look forward to seeing you at our events!
The SUHC Committee
Last updated: 31st March 2022
Wooo we made it! Another undegraduate academic year is now behind us and what a year it has been! For now, our committee will be taking a short breather as we start to look towards our summer operations. Day Walks and Socials may be less frequent, and run by other leaders, but we assure you all we will have a good number of them to enjoy together over the coming months!
To all those who will be heading home for summer, we can't wait to walk together again in september! And for all those sticking around, see you in a mo, cause we are not going anywhere.
Local walks ranging from 12 to 26km (occasionally more), usually every Saturday during term time.
These walks are open to everyone, the only cost is the train ticket and your lunch.Day Walks
Whole weekend trips roughly once a month exploring some more remote areas of the UK.
Destinations include the National Parks (Lakes, Peaks etc), Cornwall, Wales and Scotland.Away Trips
A chance to meet up with like minded individuals and have some walk-free fun!
Socials can involve almost anything: treasure hunts, ice skating and pudding socials have all featured in the past.Socials
For those keen to do longer, more adventurous or challenging trips and activities, in a smaller group.
Examples include long distance walks, navigation training, wild camping, winter skills, bothying and international trips.Expeditions
We have two types of Club membership. Membership is not required for Day Walks but we would encourage you to get it.
This page also answers some of the most popular questions we get asked. Don't see your question? Get in touch!Membership & FAQ
The people responsible for managing the Club and keeping everything running smoothly. Each Committee member has their own area of responsibility.
Keen to see what they think of themselves?Committee