03 March 2022 by Anita Sethi
A traumatic encounter with a stranger led the author to a healing ‘walk of reclamation’ through the Pennines.
22 February 2022 by Brân Devey
As I reflect on my first 12 months as Chair of Ramblers Cymru there are one or two key moments that had a profound effect on me.
16 February 2022 by Brân Devey
Public transport plays an important role in connecting communities across Wales. At the end of last year, Ramblers Cymru’s Regional Officer for South West Wales, Zoe, visited the town of Llanybydder, one of 18 communities selected to take part in their ‘Paths to Wellbeing’ project.
01 February 2022 by Brân Devey
To encourage more dog walkers to get involved with our work, Ramblers Cymru is exploring ways in which we can improve access whilst promoting how to head out responsibly with your four-legged friend. We're also running a social media competition where you can be in with a chance of winning some Ramblers Cymru goodies!
25 January 2022 by Mark Crosby, Head of Ramblers Operations
Going for a walk is something many of us take for granted. But unfortunately, this isn’t everyone’s experience.
14 December 2021 by Olly Hicks-Pattison
We’ve worked harder than ever this year, with thousands of volunteers, members, supporters and campaigners to protect the places we walk across England, Scotland and Wales. So let’s look back and celebrate some of our amazing achievements.
10 December 2021 by Sally Prosser
This December, as my boots crunch through piles of shrivelled leaves and the temperature drops, I’m struck again how special it is to walk in winter. It’s easy to dread the onslaught of cold and inclement weather, but it’s the diversity of climatic changes that make this season so unique.
Read more as Ramblers Ambassador, Sally Prosser, takes us on a walk with the Tavistock Ramblers.
03 December 2021 by William Renwick
Will Renwick, President of Ramblers Cymru, reflects on his epic attempt to climb all of Wales’ mountains over 2000ft in one continuous, self-supported journey
29 October 2021 by Stephen Russell
After publishing our review of the government's poor performance on access to nature, Ramblers' policy officer Stephen Russell talks about why access to nature is so important to him, and how the government can make connecting people with nature a priority.
14 September 2021 by Sophia Khan
How one Ramblers volunteer was the driving force behind transforming Rutland’s paths from ‘pretty rubbish’ to ‘some of the finest in the country’