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Known for his television appearances as the Blind Adventurer, Amar hasn’t let sight loss be a barrier to walking outdoors.
New sections of the England Coast Path are now open creating 150 more miles of the coastal trail in Essex.
Mae Trafnidiaeth Cymru a Ramblers Cymru wedi lansio partneriaeth i gael mwy o bobl i ddefnyddio trafnidiaeth gyhoeddus i gael mynediad at lwybrau cerdded lleol.
Opening of the newest stretch of the iconic England Coast Path, from Shoreham-by-Sea to Eastbourne in Sussex.
The UK government has broken its commitment to abolishing the 2026 deadline for saving thousands of miles of lost paths.
Ramblers Cymru has joined forces with NFU Cymru to encourage those looking to enjoy the Welsh countryside over the coming months to follow the Countryside Code.
Environmental Land Management has the potential to connect more people with nature. But its future is in jeopardy.
New walking routes created and equipped volunteers with the skills and knowledge to manage and improve paths and nature in their local areas at the ready.
Transport for Wales and Ramblers Cymru launch a partnership project to get more people using public transport to access local walking routes.
We are campaigning to expand the freedom to roam. It is one of the biggest things we can do to increase access to the outdoors for everyone.
These family-friendly and beginners walks aim to encourage local people and visitors to be more active and explore lesser-known places using public transport.