We’ve launched Ramblers Routes - an online library of high-quality walking routes - to give walkers the freedom to walk at their own leisure along safe, inspiring and interesting trails across Britain.
Ramblers Routes are created for walkers by Ramblers volunteers and a unique feature is that any route developed by one volunteer is then checked on the ground by another before it’s given our stamp of approval.
Our growing collection now includes hundreds of detailed routes, from short urban walks intended to introduce new people to walking through to long-distance, challenging hillside walks for more experienced walkers.
Each route has an online routecard featuring a wide choice of mapping layers including Ordnance Survey Landranger and Ordnance Survey Explorer maps with the option to print the route and download GPX data. The routecard also includes detailed route descriptions, points of interest and advice on how to get to the start point.
To search for a route, you can simply enter a location or postcode and search radius in the quick-search 'Find a route' box (found across the website and on this page) or alternatively you can visit the route finder where you'll be able to do more advanced searches including:
Ramblers members who have set up a website account have full access to all routes. Registered non-members are limited to accessing detailed route descriptions of shorter, introductory walking routes.
When you’ve completed a Ramblers Route, don’t forget to review and rate it to help other walkers choose their routes. If you find any problems with the routecard, or encounter any problems on a footpath, you can also report it to us following the link on the online routecard for each route.
If you have a passion for walking and want to share your favourite route, or would like to become involved in route checking, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply register an account at www.ramblersroutes.org to start creating or checking routes.