01 September 2020 by Nichola Carroll
Join in the #FeelMore social media challenge for a chance to win a Go Pro from Cotswold Outdoor!
30 August 2020 by Gordon Chalk
Our Ramblers Routes collection has enabled people to walk during the Covid-19 pandemic. New Ramblers member Gordon Chalk explains how he is discovering the North East of England on foot, accessing walk routes on the Ramblers app.
28 August 2020 by Dr Anjana Khatwa
Ramblers #FeelMore Ambassador, Anjana, has been enjoying getting out on lots of family walks with her three children after the months of lockdown. In this blog, however, Anjana explores being able to get off the beaten track, enjoy the silence of nature and enjoy some valued time with her partner away from the little ones , with the help of the Ramblers app!
28 August 2020 by Helen Grover
New Ramblers member Helen Grover shares how she takes time out to enjoy walking the South Downs with her father, making regular use of the Ramblers Routes app.
27 August 2020 by Gemma Cantelo
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our relationship with nature and the outdoors. Gemma Cantelo, the Ramblers’ head of policy and advocacy, reflects on what we’ve learnt.
23 August 2020 by Nichola Carroll
Join in the #FeelMore social media challenge this summer for a chance to win prizes from Cotswold Outdoor!
21 August 2020 by Mary Gough
Ramblers Routes is an ever-growing, online collection of inspiring routes by walkers, for walkers. Mary Gough, one of the Ramblers’ dedicated team of volunteer route developers, explains how a walk route is created.
20 August 2020 by Dave Hamilton
Follow walk magazine’s Masterclass to foraging and then create a delicious snack or meal with these top wild food recipes.
20 August 2020 by Roly Smith
This is the first of a series of excerpts from the forthcoming book Walking Class Heroes, in which the lives of 20 pioneers of the Right to Roam are examined. First up is Sheffield access campaigner Terry Howard.
20 August 2020 by Dr Nick Summerton
Britain is blessed with ruins from Roman times and spending time amongst them might have positive benefits for our wellbeing and be the perfect antidote to stress.