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Summer lovin'

24 September 2013 by Walking Class Hero

Whilst we look forward to autumn with early fogs and a hint of crisp in the air, Walking Class Hero is reminiscing about the wonderful summer of walking. But what would have made it even better?

Botany Bay, Thanet Coastal Path

Unexpected remoteness

19 September 2013 by Eugene Suggett

The sandy beaches and inlets and caves make Botany Bay an attraction ... the awesome sea-stacks, fashioned over time from the chalk cliffs by the waves, give it the type of desolate eeriness not normally expected.

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Making the case for coast

16 September 2013 by Anastasia French

A few years ago Government agreed to make a path around England’s coast – a very special path that opens up all beaches and foreshores and rolls back when nature takes over. At the time, it was hoped that we’d get that path within 10 years. 4 years on and there’s only one small stretch open.

Walking the Wales Coast Path, credit William Renwick

When I walked out one morning

12 September 2013 by William Renwick

One April morning William Renwick packed a bag, slipped on his boots and walked out of his front door to begin a 1,040 mile adventure around the Wales Coast Path. Here is the second-part of his blog, where a storm cuts through his idyllic amblings. Will he make it home?

Wales Coast Path

Wales from my doorstep

04 September 2013 by William Renwick

One April morning William Renwick packed a bag, slipped on his boots and walked out of his front door to begin a 1,040 mile adventure around the newly opened Wales Coast Path. In part one of a special two-part blog, he describes stepping out one mid-spring morning...

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Coasting along to nowhere?

02 September 2013 by Dominic Bates

Dominic Bates, editor of walk magazine, talks about the future of the England Coast Path and the challenges of keeping the magazine ahead of the game.

Members of the Cornwall Ramblers REACT team fixing a bridge

Working for walkers

01 August 2013 by Sarah Gardner

The Ramblers knows how to work for walkers, and it knows how to have fun doing it. We recognise that we need to find our feet in a rapidly changing world, but we are as important now as we’ve ever been.

Eugene Suggett enjoying the North Sea, Dengie Peninsula

Deceits of lapwings

20 February 2013 by Eugene Suggett

The unadorned Essex coast may lack the huge cliffs of Cape Wrath, and the dunes of Norfok or Lincolnshire. But the sights from Dengie’s uninterrupted sea wall conjure an atmosphere of their own.

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If you enjoy walking thank a Rambler

30 July 2012 by Benedict Southworth

It’s hard to imagine what the world was like without the right to roam, national trails, and even rights of way on the Ordnance Survey maps. All things the Ramblers can be proud of...

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