Explore the remote beauty of the Western Isles on the 240km Hebridean Way and discover spectacular landscapes, abundant wildlife and rich Gaelic culture.
From puffins to basking sharks, walkers along Pembrokeshire’s clifftops can get a dramatic view of some of the marine world’s most iconic animals without ever having to get in a boat. Pembrokeshire Ramblers’ Nigel Lee shows us what to look out for and when.
A new programme of Short Escapes & City Breaks from Ramblers Worldwide Holidays offers the perfect solution for time-strapped walkers. Here’s how you can enjoy a whirlwind walking tour of the world’s most beautiful places with the Ramblers’ walking-holiday partner.
800 years after it was reluctantly signed by a wayward King John, Magna Carta is celebrated in a new trail that follows the journey of one of the original copies of the charter, and visits its new home in a vault at Lincoln Castle
An eerily deserted town, two chimneys on an empty moor, a two-mile canal tunnel that leads nowhere – all over Britain there are mysterious ruins in spectacular locations that can only be discovered on foot. We investigate the often obscure histories behind some of them and the best routes to take you there