Outdoor interests

Don't lose your way graphic

Don’t lose your way

Ramblers across Britain are working to restore the record, ensuring that historic paths are recorded to stop them from being lost forever.

Illustration by Kerry Hyndman

Step Change

Upcoming elections in Scotland, Wales and London in May 2016 are a chance to reshape the political landscape with walkers in mind

East Flood by Kath AustenTee

Field guide: Ebb and Flow – The Swale Estuary, Kent

Kent’s Swale estuary is a nationally important site for wildfowl and waders. In winter, thousands of birds flock to this unique habitat in search of food exposed by the receding tide.

Green Britain illustration by Andy Council

Walking Towards an Active Britain

The government wants to get more people doing sport. But what underpins a sporting nation is a culture of physical activity, with walking and green spaces at its heart, says the Ramblers.

Toughest waterproof jackets

Winter waterproofs

We’ve tested twelve of the toughest four-season waterproof jackets on the market for men and women, just in time for the winter walking season. Which will come out on top?