Outdoor interests

summit and hikers on The Cobbler, Ben Arthur

A guide to scrambling

Scrambling takes walkers away from the path well trod and into the adventurous realm of the climber. It’s literally a hands-on approach to scaling a peak. We’ve rounded up a range of the very best scrambles from around Britain, with something for even the most faint-hearted of hikers to enjoy

WW1 trench

Walk through the front line of WWI

A century after ‘the war to end all wars’ began, Walk makes a moving trip to the Flanders battlefields, discovering how walking dominated the life of a front-line soldier, helped the wounded cope with the traumas of battle – and how it can help keep memories of World War I alive.

Man hiking in the Himalayas

The world's more beautiful on foot with Ramblers Worldwide Holidays

Explore a stunning collection of walking holidays, stretching to all corners of the globe.


20 Reasons Walking Can Change Your Life and the World

Walking Works, a new report from the Ramblers and Macmillan Cancer Support, is persuading key decision-makers of the wonders of walking and its benefits to health, the economy and the environment. We take a look at some of its astonishing findings and how walking can change your life and the world around you.

Young upstarts

Young upstarts

From after-school walking clubs to family-friendly ‘Toddle Waddles’, Ramblers Cymru is trialling an array of new initiatives to try to get more young people in Wales out walking. We meet some of the people involved and find out why changes to the Welsh Government could herald a golden era for outdoor youth activities…