25 July 2012
We’re looking for walkers who love National Trails to help us safeguard the gems of our footpath network for generations to come.
23 July 2012
The Wyre Forest Ramblers went on a walk around Much Wenlock, a town with close connections to the modern Olympics, on 15 July to celebrate the UK's Olympic year.
23 July 2012
Those lucky enough to be going to the Games this summer will have a healthy and convenient alternative to travelling on public transport thanks to guided walks and cycle rides being run to London 2012 venues.
17 July 2012
Countryside advocates have shown their support for the Campaign for National Trails launched on 9 July by signing an open letter from the Ramblers to The Telegraph.
13 July 2012
Mountain guide and former General Secretary of the British Mountaineering Council Roger Payne has died following a major avalanche in the Chamonix region in France.
10 July 2012
Walkers turned out to celebrate the launch of the first stretch of the English Coastal Path at Weymouth on Friday 6 July.
09 July 2012
We’re launching our ‘Campaign for National Trails’ in response to new government proposals for the management of National Trails in England which we fear would cause a dramatic decline in their quality.
03 July 2012
Pupils from the Dylan Thomas Community School in Swansea showed their support for walking in Britain during May by undertaking a series of practical pathwork sessions near Port Eynon.
02 July 2012
Ramblers Cymru will be encouraging more people to get walking in Wales after taking over the running of the Let's Walk Cymru initiative in its final year from Sport Wales.
28 June 2012
A total of 120 Welsh Baccalaureate students from Dylan Thomas Community School in Swansea participated in voluntary work over two weeks during late May 2012.