16 December 2015 by Benedict Southworth
Ramblers chief executive Benedict Southworth looks back over our most ambitious survey ever.
01 September 2015 by Walking Class Hero
With the Big Pathwatch moving into high gear, one walker describes the joy of discovery fuelled by the project.
01 June 2015 by Guest blogger
Award winner David Howarth reflects on the achievements of the Isle of Wight Ramblers and receiving the 'Running the Ramblers' award.
06 May 2015 by Walking Class Hero
A city’s environmental credentials are an important factor in assessing its status. Walking Class Hero takes a look at New York and Glasgow to see how accessible and user-friendly their walking routes are.
12 September 2014 by Ed Wilson
Ed visits the Isle of Mull and considers the valuable contribution volunteers make to society.
30 June 2014 by Dean West
The White Cliffs Walking Festival will take place from 21 - 27 August, based in Dover, Deal and the surrounding areas.
27 June 2014 by Ruth Somerville
With 1,200 species of butterflies and moths and some of the UK’s oldest woodland, the West Midlands’ Wyre Forest is a boon for walkers and naturalists alike. Yet for a long time, the Forest’s westernmost boundary in South Shropshire was inaccessible to walkers. Until Susan Sharp came along.
24 June 2014 by Anastasia French
Anastasia joins volunteers in Essex to learn how they decide which path diversion applications to accept and which to oppose, and to see how they negotiate with landowners and council officers.
04 June 2014 by Ed Wilson
Volunteers are the bedrock of the Ramblers - without our volunteers we wouldn't exist to keep paths open and people walking. So it's essential that we offer the best support to them and so we're asking, if you were starting as a volunteer what would you most need?