03 June 2014
Who are the mysterious Ripple and why are they so important to walkers and the local council in Bedfordshire?
02 June 2014
Sussex Ramblers worked with local volunteer groups and the council to make a popular section of the Sussex Border Path even easier to enjoy, by replacing old stiles with easy to use gates.
30 May 2014
South Wiltshire Ramblers and other volunteers undertook a mamoth task not just clearing a thoroughly overgrown path in Sedgehill and Semley, but also constructing stiles and bridges to ensure this path could be enjoyed again.
There are plenty of Ramblers walking festivals taking place around the country this summer. Led by our walking experts, these are bound to be extra special events, so why not pull on your boots and get involved?
29 May 2014
Us walkers owe the bootleggers and pirates of yesteryear a huge debt of thanks. Because without their centuries-old legacy of clandestine tracks, we’d be robbed of some of the most thrilling trails these isles have to offer.
27 May 2014
We’ve come together with other organisations to urge David Cameron to create a new public body to manage our woodland forever.
22 May 2014
The Peak District National Park Authority have today implemented a ban on motor vehicles using the historic Chapel Gate path near Edale.
14 May 2014
Congratulations to our very own Walking Class Hero who has won a UK Blogger Award 2014 for his sideways look at walking.
13 May 2014
During Get Walking Week thousands of people stepped out on one of our group led walks and discovered the wonders of walking.
07 May 2014
We’re calling for a review of the legislation around bulls being kept in fields with footpaths passing through them following the recent trial over the death of walker Roger Freeman.