Outdoor Mobility Members

Use Your Membership at Countryside Mobility locations

Use your Outdoor Mobility membership to access over 50 locations

Outdoor Mobility is a scheme close to our hearts as we worked alongside the charity to help set up the scheme similar to Countryside Mobility.

While there are differences in how we operate the safety procedures for setting up a hire location, hiring out Trampers and the Tramper induction are based on our tried and tested system. Therefore, we are delighted to be able to offer Outdoor Mobility members the chance to use their membership at Countryside Mobility partner locations.

We are primarily based in the South West but have a few locations in the West Midlands and Wales too.

The logo for Outdoor Mobility. A tramper icon over rough terrain

How to hire at a Countryside Mobility location if you are an Outdoor Mobility member

  1. Book Your Tramper Direct with the Hire Location

    Unlike Outdoor Mobility we don't have the ability to be able to manage Tramper bookings centrally and online. Therefore, you will need to contact the location that you are interested in visiting directly.

    Browse our locations section and choose where you would like to go. Each location page will include a phone number and/or email to contact the location and book a Tramper. (While you may be able to hire on the spot, most hire locations only have one Tramper and/or may have staff limitations, so we always advise booking ahead to avoid disappointment).

  2. Take your Outdoor Mobility confirmation email as proof of membership

    When you are planning to hire at a Countryside Mobility location please ensure that you take a print out of the email you received when taking out your Outdoor Mobility membership. (An email may be sufficient but a print out is preferred). If you have mislaid this then please contact Outdoor Mobility with as much notice as possible so they can look to provide a replacement confirmation. You will need to present this to the person hiring the Tramper to you and this should avoid you being asked to join Countryside Mobility.