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Ramblers member Marika has been blind since childhood, but that hasn’t stopped her from enjoying walking.
Did you start the year planning to spend more time outdoors, while also making a difference? Here are five free ways you can make a difference this year.
Zahrah Mahmood and her family explore the natural beauty of the Northumberland section of the England coast path.
The Covid-19 pandemic made us more aware than ever of the importance of being able to access nature. But is the government doing enough to improve access?
Dissatisfied with staring at screens all day, Emma challenged herself to a walk around Britain’s coast. After four-hundred-plus days, she shared her story.
Haroon Mota, founder of Muslim Hikers, enjoys this peaceful woodland walk on trail that’s accessible to all.
Nick looks back at discovering walking in the countryside, the lack of diversity in the outdoors, and his passion to make sure his kids enjoy the countryside.
Ramblers member Alan shares with us his experiences of walking with his son Eddie who has Downs Syndrome.
Kandra realised during lockdown that walking had been missing from her life. Now she’s a Ramblers member regularly enjoying group walks and meeting new people.
The new Prime Minister must recognise how vital access to the outdoors is to everyone’s health and wellbeing, no matter where they live or their walk of life.
In 1932, a mass public trespass took place on Kinder Scout – a landmark protest in improving access to the countryside.
The Definitive Map is an important legal record of public rights of way in England and Wales. But how and why did it come to exist?
Dr Hilary Jones talks about what’s going on inside your body as you age, and what we can do to help keep our immune system strong this winter
Anjum shares how walking in nature in North London helps her relax and keep in touch with family and friends.
As the cost-of-living crisis bites, walking remains an affordable pleasure. But how can we cut costs, while also supporting others who are struggling?
Joy shares the story of how taking part in Ramblers Wellbeing Walks has helped with her mental and physical health.