11 December 2013
We’ve created over 50 walking hubs across Scotland to help people enjoy paths in their local community as part of the Ramblers Scotland Medal Routes project, which is building a legacy from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
09 December 2013
The BBC’s Countryfile has been exploring our ‘glorious coastline’ and asking what’s holding back the completion of the England Coast Path – which is lagging behind its Welsh counterpart – talking to Ramblers Campaigns Director Nicky Philpott and others.
05 December 2013
There has been an abundance of announcements from Government this week on investments in the UK’s infrastructure which will have an impact on the places we love to walk.
03 December 2013
We ran a poll to find out how much visitors to our website walk a week on average – and the results were encouraging! Find out about opportunities to go walking this winter and how to enter our next poll.
02 December 2013
Walking Works, the report we produced with Macmillan Cancer Support, revealed the wonders of walking and its benefits to our health, the economy and the environment. We’ve taken a look at some of its more extraordinary findings about the ways walking can change not only our own lives but also the world around us.
29 November 2013
Pull on some thick socks, grab your gloves and hat and get into the festive spirit – the Festival of Winter Walks is coming to town and there’s even more to get excited about this year.
28 November 2013
Ramblers Scotland, along with eight other environmental charities, has published Track Changes, a report which calls on the Scottish Government to end the unregulated system for hill track construction. We want hill track construction brought within the planning system.
27 November 2013
Walk magazine Editor Dominic Bates gives us his top picks from the winter issue, plus find out about Walk's new online home on the Ramblers website.
25 November 2013
We’re studying the fine print of the High Speed Rail (Preparation) Bill published today which will enable the construction of Phase One of HS2, the high speed rail link from London to the West Midlands, to go ahead.
25 November 2013
Our Paths in Crisis report reveals there over 100,000 problems on paths waiting to be dealt with by local authorities in England, with the growing backlog putting walkers off from enjoying the outdoors and having a negative impact on our health and local economies.