This edition of walk celebrates Britain's fantastic footpaths, and asks you to help secure their future. Explore miles of magical paths in our regular Ten Places, Rambles Routes, Discover and Big Walk features. Then read about our Your Path Awaits campaign to protect the nation’s path network.
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Ash Dykes, 29, is the first person to walk 6,437km/4,000 miles along the length of China’s Yangtze River. He’s also walked across Madagascar’s mountainous interior and completed a solo crossing of Mongolia’s Gobi Desert.
Nestled among the highest mountains on Earth, Nepal is an iconic adventure destination with an astonishingly rich culture, friendly people, and spectacular Himalayan treks for a range of abilities.
Beginning in Stromness, Mark Rowe takes a clockwise arc around Scapa Flow, one of the largest natural harbours in the world, island hopping and enjoying a series of bus and ferry rambles along the way.
Our experts Jen and Sim Benson seek out the best ultralight outdoor kit for fast-and-light day and multi-day hikes.
Finding forgotten paths just got much easier, thanks to the introduction of the Ramblers’ new online tool. Discover why we should all be playing ‘spot the difference’ this spring.