Edinburgh Ramblers launch Autumn family walks

Lotian and borders

Edinburgh Ramblers have launched an exciting series of family walks, running every fortnight through to November. Not only is it an ideal opportunity to see the countryside at its most stunning, it’s also a great form of exercise for the whole family.

With busy wildlife everywhere and stunning displays of red, gold and yellow leaves, nature puts on an incredible display in autumn that shouldn’t be missed. Just by using a bit of imagination, simple walks can be made into exciting expeditions that give children plenty of exercise, fresh air and wonderful experiences to remember.


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Meet our volunteers

Ramblers volunteers

The work of our volunteers up and down the country continues to impress. Here two volunteers, from Cardiff and Trafford, talk about their work to get people walking and protect the places we love to walk.

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Step out on a Big Pathwatch walk


The Big Pathwatch continues in great strides. We’re a quarter of the way there, but there’s still time to get involved and help us walk every path. There’s lots to see and do on your walk. Autumn is a great time for foraging and wherever you live you’re likely to find blackberries, sloes and beechnuts filling the hedgerows. Why not step out on a Big Pathwatch walk and see what seasonal treats your local area has to offer.

Get involved, follow our progress and find tips for foraging and making the most of your Big Pathwatch walk on our website.

The Big Pathwatch is supported by Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust, the charitable trust of Ramblers Worldwide Holidays. 

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How to prevent and treat blisters

Foot sole

Blisters can be a bane for walkers, making what’s supposed to be a fun day out into an uncomfortable slog. But the good news is that there are now lots of ways to prevent and treat them. Try out our top tips to help maintain happy walking feet.

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Try a Ramblers Route

Porth Ledden

Land's End Peninsula, Cornwall

Difficulty: Leisurely
Walking time: 7 hours
Length: 21.7km / 13.5mi

Linear walk from Gurnard’s Head to Sennen Cove via Cape Cornwall. This rugged coastline provides some dramatic cliff top views and beautiful coves along its route with remnants of the area's tin mining history along the way.

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25% discount on Cicerone books

Cicerone offer

Our friends at Cicerone have a comprehensive range of guides to the mountains and long-distance paths of the UK, as well as an increasing selection of guides to Europe and further afield. There are also guides for shorter country walks, cycle touring and mountain biking as well as some slightly more unusual and inspirational books on trekking, bivvying, bothying, identifying flowers and first aid.

Ramblers members get a 25% discount on all books when you enter the code RAMBMD25 at the checkout. The discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

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Book now for Young Rambler Weekend Away

On a walk in the welsh countryside

Tiger Bay Ramblers are inviting younger Ramblers from across Britain to join them for a weekend of walking and talking in Cardiff on 13th – 15th May 2016.
The event priced at £62 will include 2 nights accommodation at the newly opened YHA Cardiff Central (including breakfast), a range of long and short walks, volunteer development workshops and fringe, Friday and Saturday night socials.

Book with a £30 deposit by 30th October to secure your place!

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