What are the best walking trousers?
The Dolomites
Simon Barnett
The Cambrian Way
What does Brexit mean for farm paths?
farm illustration by stephen collins

Walking towards Brexit

Bolstering the link between agricultural subsidies and public access could be a catalyst to new opportunities for both walkers and farmers.

Simon Barnett walking

My Walk of Life: Simon Barnett

The Ramblers director recently took some time off to walk all 214 Wainwright fells in just 15 days – covering 326 miles and over 35,000m of ascent.

Couple walking outdoors

Tough trousers

We’ve tested eight pairs of the toughest trekking trousers from top brands on the market, for both men and women. Which will come out on top in our in-depth review?


Win UK getaways with HF Holidays and Away Resorts, walking gear from Mammut and AKU, new books on the British landscape or a specialist boot fitting from Whalley Warm & Dry.

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Read our Autumn blogs

Exclusive online-only expert blogs on seasonal food, wildlife spotting, birdwatching and stargazing. You can read other Ramblers blogs too.

Gear on test

As Autumn approaches and temperatures drop, throw on a gilet for a welcome boost of core warmth. Check out our top picks for men and women.


Destination: Dolomites

With their distinctive limestone peaks and rich wildflower meadows, the western Dolomites are a strong contender for Europe’s most idyllic mountain region.

Cambrian Way

The big walk: The Cambrian Way

Explore the wildest depths of Wales on the Cambrian Way, a demanding trail that’s currently on the cusp of a renaissance.