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Winter 2021

25 November 2021


Cover of Autumn 2021 Walk magazine

Autumn 2021

25 August 2021

This special issue focuses on the thousands of dedicated Ramblers volunteers. We meet six volunteers who have been helping to promote walking, the Ramblers and our campaigns; we ask three walk leaders to share their top tips on leading group walks and we share findings from the latest volunteer survey. For a taste of adventure, we go island-hopping along the 251km/156-mile Hebridean Way; discover a Woodspring Ramblers volunteer’s insider tips to walking in North Somerset and take a Big Walk along the 217km/135-mile Glyndŵr's Way National Trail in mid-Wales. 

Cover of Summer 2021 Walk

Summer 2021

25 May 2021

We celebrate our coasts with a look at the England Coast Path’s progress; 10 inspiring lighthouse walks; plus an interview with around-Britain walker and photographer Quintin Lake. Five years on from the EU referendum, we examine how changes in legislation will affect walkers. We follow the 625-mile Monarch’s Way; discover five unmissable locations in the French Alps and check in with broadcaster and Ramblers president Stuart Maconie. Our experts test warm weather walking kit, there’s a wild swimming Masterclass and insider’s tips for visiting the wildlife-rich Lincolnshire Coast. 

Cover of walk magazine spring 2021

Spring 2021

24 February 2021

After a challenging winter, this issue celebrates the arrival of spring with 10 seasonal wildlife walks across Great Britain and a look at the Japanese stress-boosting practice of shinrin-yoku – or forest bathing. Get a travel fix with our selection of virtual walking tours or, closer to home, the Big Walk follows the progress of the 186-mile Greater Manchester Ringway. Catch up on the Ramblers’ plans to expand green walking networks and celebrate the role of desire lines or free-will ways. Insightful interviews with campaigner-author Guy Shrubsole and singer-songwriter Cerys Matthews round-off the issue.