We’re calling on local authorities to improve walking infrastructure and to make walking in towns and cities the easy choice.
As a supporter of the Ramblers, you can be a champion of walking. Together, we’ve already achieved so much: the creation of National Parks and long-distance footpaths such as the Pennine Way; open access to over a million hectares of English and Welsh countryside and mountains; unhindered access to open countryside in Scotland and the creation of the England and Wales Coast Paths. Let’s see what else we can achieve!
Regardless of your perspective, Brexit – and the need to develop new agricultural policy – represents an opportunity to improve and enhance the path network.
Brexit has presented a unique opportunity to reinvent Agricultural Policy, and the Welsh Government is now consulting on how public money should be used to support land managers.
As a new review of protected landscapes is launched in England, the government is asking what makes our National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) special to you.
This summer, we’re celebrating the England Coast Path, which is now 100% underway. It won’t officially open until 2020, but join us in a little celebration right now!
1 January 2026 is the cut-off date for adding historic paths to definitive maps. Any path which came into existence before 1949 and not claimed by 2026 will be lost. Forever.
We're campaigning against Network Rail's proposed level crossing closures in East Anglia.
We'd love to welcome you as a Ramblers local organiser - our new volunteer campaigners.
By making a donation you can help us continue to campaign on behalf of walkers.
See what paths our volunteers have successfully unblocked, created and saved.