Over 1300 walking routes to enjoy this summer

Durdle Door (image credit Fiona Barltrop)

View of Durdle Door from 'Jurassic Coast, Dorset' route developed by Fiona Barltrop

The weather might be about as reliable as, well, a British summer, but we Brits are never ones to beaten by a spot of rain and with the days getting longer it’s time to get out and explore using Ramblers Routes – our online collection of high-quality walking routes.

Expertly developed and checked by our volunteers to give them the Ramblers seal of approval, our routes are your ticket to a summer full of walking adventures with over 1300 routes to choose from across Britain.

Summer is a great time to try one of over 60 coastal routes in locations ranging from Suffolk to Sussex, Cornwall to Cardiganshire and the Isle of Wight to the Inner Hebrides or why not use the longer daylight hours to tackle one of 94 routes over 10 miles or 37 evening and night routes?

And the route library is still growing. "Around 60 new routes are being uploaded each month at the moment and, as the weather improves and as more volunteers become aware of the project, the momentum really is starting to gather" says Ramblers Routes Project Manager Justin Bend. "It's going to be a great year for Ramblers Routes."

Each route features an online routecard with a choice of mapping layers including Ordnance Survey Landranger and Explorer and you can also print off your chosen route or download GPS data to have with you out on the trail.

If you’re a Ramblers member and have registered on the website you can access all routes in the collection simply by logging in and browsing the routes library. Registered users get access to shorter introductory routes.