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...
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.
30 August 2013 by Brian Jones
The constellation of Vulpecula (The Fox) is small and relatively faint, but ideally placed for viewing during August and September evenings.
30 August 2013 by Christopher Somerville
S is for stick – you see them everywhere: ramblers toting walking poles, stabbing them into inoffensive meadows and flat sea walls and level country roads as though negotiating the high Himalayas.
30 August 2013 by Phil Pickin
We all know autumn is a season full of rich colours on the trees and mellow fruitfulness in the hedgerows but it’s also a time during which plants and animals that live in our ponds and rivers start to get themselves ready for the coming winter.
30 August 2013 by Sheila Spence
Autumn is a great time for fruits and fungi – including one of my favourites, The Parasol.
30 August 2013 by Paul Stancliffe
During the autumn months, when their dull brown tip feathers have worn off, male ducks are at their most colourful and spectacular.
06 August 2013 by Walking Class Hero
Regular readers will know that I’m an enthusiastic, not to say evangelistic, urban walker who now lives deep in the heart of London’s suburbia but I find the word 'urban' a bit limiting.
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.
23 July 2013 by Elena Fuller
Many groups around Britain work hard to make our weekend ramble as easy as a walk in the park. One such group is the Vale Path Volunteers whose members clear footpaths in the Vale of White Horse District in Oxfordshire.