09 June 2021 by Sally Prosser
This summer the Ramblers are inviting us all to get out and explore the great outdoors with the #WalkYourWay campaign. There is no one right way to ramble, but if you follow me on social media, you will notice that walking my way usually revolves around food and a good cup of tea!
02 June 2021 by Tompion Platt
Looking back at the 70th anniversary of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside (1949) Act and the campaigners who made it happen.
25 May 2021 by Daniel Start
Where can you legally go wild swimming? How do you find the best spots? And how can I avoid getting into trouble? Follow our expert’s advice to find out. By Daniel Start
25 May 2021 by Karen Averby
A quintessential symbol of the British seaside, beach huts are cute painted sheds that have a loyal and devoted following. Buildings historian Karen Averby gives a historical overview of these quirky buildings and reveals some of the more unusual ones to see.
24 May 2021 by Roly Smith
This former Ramblers secretary, journalist and walkers’ rights champion is credited with founding the first National Trail and much more besides. Find out more in this extract from Walking Class Heroes, in which the lives of 20 pioneers of the Right to Roam are examined. By Roly Smith.
24 May 2021 by Dr Nick Summerton
Britain’s varied coastal environments offer many health-boosting benefits, latest research confirms, but it’s something our ancestors recognised too. By Dr Nick Summerton
24 May 2021 by Tom Hibbert, The Wildlife Trusts
As an island nation, we’re blessed with an incredible wealth of wildlife, not least around our coast. Here are just some of the summer highlights to look for.
17 May 2021 by Robert Mathlin
A research project for Ramblers Cymru to understand the impact of walking projects on communities through reflections from sensory experiences
30 April 2021 by Alan Manning
We have made a great start in Greater Manchester to increase spaces to walk, but more needs to be done
20 April 2021 by Kate Davis, delivery officer at the Ramblers
Wendy and daughter Kathleen are keen walkers and used some of their time in lockdown figuring out what makes the perfect stile. Kathleen is dyspraxic so stiles can act as barriers to the enjoying the countryside.