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Map reading & Navigation Class

Britain

Extend your map reading and navigation skills. Contact Graham for more...

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Practical Navigation

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Practise your navigation skills on a walk. Contact Graham for more information. Booking...

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Navigation teaching notes

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Notes to accompany the navigation presentation, including ideas for field exercises.

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Navigation and Leadership Trouble Shooting

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: trouble shooting

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Navigation and Leadership Planning your route

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: Planning your route

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Navigation and Leadership Organising Courses

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: organising and running a course

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Navigation and Leadership Map Reading

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: Map reading

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Navigation Skills Training Presentation

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Powerpoint presentation for Groups or individuals about navigation skills.

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Navigation and Leadership Manual

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The complete Navigation and Leadership Manual in one convenient download.

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Navigation and Leadership Index

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: Index

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Navigation and Leadership Manual

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: Appendices

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Navigation and Leadership Introduction

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: Introduction

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Navigation and Leadership Walks for the public

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: Walks for the public

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Navigation and Leadership The day of your walk

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Navigation and Leadership Manual -online version: the day of your walk

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Tour de Trigs

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This night hike is the toughest, non-stop, cross-country navigation exercise in and around North Oxfordshire, South Warwickshire and South Northamptonshire. Teams of three have 24 hours to complete a 50-mile course made up of just grid references, based around Banbury,...

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Training Courses

Britain, Scotland

Throughout February, March and April Ramblers Scotland are running training courses which are completely free to members and£33 for non-members. Courses include GPS, Navigation, Walk Leadership and First Aid. Find out more information about course availability and how to book...

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SELOC Navigation training

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SELOC Navigation training.

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SELOC Navigation training. CANCELLED

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Notes to accompany training presentations

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Notes to accompany the Leadership skills and Navigation skills training presentations.

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Basic Navigation

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Where are we now? Introduction to Navigation This course title could equally have been called “Where on Earth are we?” or, more urgently, “Where the heck are we?” We’ve all been there. Using a map and compass to navigate straightforward routes on...

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The Cambrian Way

Britain, Wales

The 275 mile Cambrian Way stretches from coast to coast, from Cardiff in the South to Conwy in the North. With an ascent of 61,540 feet this is a high level walk traversing the highest and wildest parts of Wales...

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Walk and Talk with Kate Jeffrey

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By Susan Gray The behavioural neuroscientist and Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation discusses how the brain has evolved to apprehend direction, space, positioning and route-planning – and why men and women’s navigational abilities can differ. What drew you to researching...

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You'll never walk alone

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  A walk in the countryside can be an almost spiritual experience, combining beautiful views with the chance to spend some quality time with yourself. But when the days get colder and shorter, longer treks and multi-day hikes could easily become...

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Walk leadership in Scotland

Britain

Since 2017, our Scottish Walk Leadership Project has been helping us recognise and build upon the talents of our wonderful walk leader volunteers. The project is boosting the hands-on training we offer to our 1,200 walk leaders – which in turn helps...

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Navigation Training Day

Britain

A practical training day arranged by Ramblers Scotland.  Meet Cineworld Car Park, Dundee to share cars then travel to Spittal of Glenshee.  If interested email Jean who will send details and equipment...

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RAMBLERS ROADSHOW

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There will be morning and afternoon workshops on walk leadership,basic rights of way, navigation and first aid. plus afternoon forum. Click on to Ramblers and log on to follow instructions on how to...

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RAMBLERS ROADSHOW

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There will be morning and afternoon workshops on walk leadership, rights of way - the basics, navigation and first aid.  The workshop will end at  approx 16:30 and will be followed by an optional short walk.  The day is free...

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International Mountain Trekking

Britain

As you would expect, the official handbook of the International Mountain Leader Scheme is a comprehensive and authoritative work. Billed as a practical manual for trekkers and leaders, it covers areas like planning your trip, trekking at altitude, navigation, environmental...

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More than just walking

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There's more to Hexham Ramblers than just walks and path maintenance.  We like to meet socially too, and we offer our members short training courses in walk leadership and navigation.   Fine food and company Every year, we hold a Christmas/New Year lunch...

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Wales Training

Britain, Wales

  We have recently been working to develop a new all Wales training programme. All courses are open to Ramblers members and volunteers and we even have some that are suitable for non-members. The current programme offers the following courses: 1:1 Communications...

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Walk Leader training weekend a great success

Britain

Led Walks Officer Karen Inkster ran a training weekend on how to deal with emergencies on walks, Walk Leader best practice and navigation training with the Wigtownshire Ramblers in April. Twenty members of the south west Scotland-based group came together for...

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Using a GPS device

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  A GPS (Global Positioning System) device is a hand-held receiver that picks up signals from satellites circling the earth, enabling you to locate your current position to an accuracy of 10-20m. Most modern GPS devices can then show that position...

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Mid Lancashire Area Members Day

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9.30am Guided Morning Walk There will be a local walk in the surrounding area. Distance: 6 miles     Grade: Leisurely        Start Point:  Outside pub at entrance to Creamery Industrial Estate, near Garstang at 9.30am for 9.45am start.  OS Map: Explorer OL41 - Forest of...

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Map & Compass Course

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Map and Compass Course: This popular course will be held on Saturday, 18th April ,10 am at the Grasshopper on the Green in Westerham. It's a great day out, costs only £3 plus coffee and lunch. There's a 3-4 mile...

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Hay Walking Festival

Britain, Wales

This year Hay Walking Festival is running from Wednesday 8 to Sunday 12 October with a huge range of walks to suit all comers - from those who want a full day's route march in the hills to those who...

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Hay Walking Festival

Britain

Well known as the town of books, Hay is also a wonderful centre for walking, with easy access to the Brecon Beacons, Offa’s Dyke, Black Mountains and Wye Valley. The festival offers around 50 guided walks, including family-friendly strolls and...

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South Pennines Walk and Ride Festival

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Brush off your boots, pump up your tyres and jump in the saddle, with 140 activities organised and led by local people. Choose to walk the Burnley Way in six sections, enjoy a trip through the longest canal tunnel in...

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I can't remember colours...

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"My eyes are empty bottles floating in the sea. . . Above us is the sky; below us, all around. I can’t remember colours though my guide tells me it’s green." - Mafoud. On the last Sunday in March, 34 blind, partially sighted...

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Ramblers Roadshow: Walk Leader and Navigation Training

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Ramblers Roadshow Birmingham University Saturday, July 27th 09:30 to 16:30   Sandwell Ramblers depends on volunteers to keep our group running. Without volunteers stepping up we would not have a group. The Ramblers Roadshow is aimed at those who want to give something back to the...

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Deaf and hard of hearing people

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Everyone can enjoy the outdoors, no matter their ability. However the outdoor environment can present a few challenges if you are deaf or hard of hearing. Whilst you will still be able to enjoy the same walks and the same...

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Outdoor Survival

Britain

This glossy, large format guide is crammed full of tips for survival in environments from deserts and jungles to mountains and coasts. Separate chapters cover camp craft and navigation, first aid and finding food, and although it’s lavishly illustrated with...

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The Walker's Handbook

Britain

This hefty tome certainly has everything you need to know about walking in the British Isles. I’d have liked a bit more on the delights of walking, although admittedly the author’s concern has been to stick to ’facts and hard...

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Ramblers Roadshow - Leeds

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Choose from our selection of free workshops. Whether you're just taking your first steps as a walker or are a regular volunteer with the Ramblers you'll find a workshop for you. We've outlined each workshop and who they are aimed...

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Ramblers Roadshow

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Details of the event are in http://www.ramblers.org.uk/volunteer-zone/support-and-development/ramblers-roadshow-events.aspx.   Morning workshops include first aid forwalkers and basic navigation, introduction to walk leading, getting more people walking, using socialmedia to promote your group and the basics of Rights of way. Afternoon workshops include retaining...

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The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show

Britain, London

The UK’s largest exhibition for outdoor enthusiasts returns to London’s ExCeL with a wide range of new attractions and the return of popular favourites. Featuring six exciting zones, the show offers free have-a-go attractions and inspirational guest speakers, as well...

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Events

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Fancy a day out at the Isle of Wight? Why not visit the Ramblers Volunteer Road Show. The next Roadshow will be on Saturday 2 May and will take place in the lovely Northwood House in Cowes, Isle of Wight. The event...

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Dates For Your Diary

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2019 Cornwall Area dates for your diary including various meetings that we would encourage members to attend and submission deadlines for our bi-annual Walks Book / Newsletter.   Ramblers Roadshow: 13th July 2019, 09:30-16:30 Location: Truro College, College Road, Truro  TR1 3XX Ramblers Roadshows are...

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‘Three unique words’ map

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The What3words (W3W) smartphone app has divided the entire surface of the Earth into 57 trillion 3m x 3m squares. A unique three-word code for each square is generated by an algorithm in the app within the phone – no external...

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Glasgow Young Walkers

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Welcome to Glasgow Young Walkers (GYW), a walking group based in and around Glasgow for people in their 20s and 30s. We have a varied walk programme running throughout the year to suit all abilities. So whether you are new to walking...

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Ramblers Walk Leader Training Day

Britain

Thinking of volunteering to lead a walk for your group? Or want to brush up on your leading skills and share your experience with other leaders? Then join us on a free walk leader training days organised by Inner London Ramblers...

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Walk Leadership

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What’s involved in leading a walk? People are often worried about leading a walk. They just aren’t sure if they can do it so they never give it a try. This course provides a lot of helpful tips and practical advice...

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Ramblers Walk Leader Training Day

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Thinking of volunteering to lead a walk for your group? Or want to brush up on your leading skills and share your experience with other leaders? Then join us on a free walk leader training days organised by Inner London Ramblers...

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Ramblers Walk Leader Training Day

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Thinking of volunteering to lead a walk for your group? Or want to brush up on your leading skills and share your experience with other leaders? Then join us on a free walk leader training days organised by Inner London Ramblers...

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Ramblers Roadshow

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Shropshire Ramblers are hosting a Ramblers Roadshow on the 9th June at the Shrewsbury Football Club. Ed Wilson from Central Office will be co-ordinating the Roadshow. The event is free and will provide members with a great opportunity to increase their knowledge...

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Walk Leaders Workshop

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A further walk leaders’ workshop will be held in the Barn at Cobham Woods on Saturday 2nd March starting at 10am and finishing around 3pm. The morning will cover essential information and help with planning, tips and guidance including a...

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Volunteer Roadshows - Skill up, step out

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Last year over 400 of you attended Ramblers Roadshows across GB and you can now book onto our 2020 events. Volunteer roadshows are an opportunity to learn new skills or brush up your knowledge in workshops such as Rights of Way,...

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New home for Let’s Walk Cymru

Britain, Wales

Ramblers Cymru will be encouraging more people to get walking in Wales after taking over the running of the Let's Walk Cymru initiative in its final year from Sport Wales. Let's Walk Cymru aims to introduce non-walkers to the benefits of outdoor...

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Join a group

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  All of our groups exist to help people get out and about and enjoy the benefits of walking. There are over 500 local Ramblers groups around Britain – most likely there’ll be one right next to where you live.  Going...

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The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show 2014

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The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure & Travel Show (formerly The Outdoors Show and The Active Travel Show) returns to ExCeL, London from 13-16 February 2014 with a brand new look and feel. Featuring six exciting zones it promises to be a...

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Walking

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The Ramblers is dedicated to protecting footpaths and other places to which the public has a right of way or access on foot, defending the beauty of the countryside and promoting walking for all. The Ramblers in the UK (England, Scotland,...

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Shropshire

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The Ramblers in Shropshire campaign to protect and improve our footpaths within Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin. Shropshire is a beautiful county. It is famous for the high moorland of the Long Mynd, the long wooded scarp of Wenlock Edge, the...

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Pennine Way

Britain, England, East Midlands, North East England, North West England

  Enshrined in Ramblers history for 50 years, it was the brainchild of former Ramblers Secretary Tom Stephenson and offers the ultimate long distance walking challenge. It’s hard not to eulogise about this iconic path, said to be a “walk that...

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Winter safety advice: Prepare to enjoy

Britain, Scotland

With Scotland’s hills and mountains currently at their most beautiful and most challenging, mountaineering bodies have issued a joint safety reminder, emphasising the need for preparation before heading out into the mountains. Whether you’re out walking or attempting a technical...

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New award scheme to link young adults with Scotland's outdoors

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  Ramblers Scotland has launched a new award scheme to offer young adults a free and inspiring introduction to the outdoors. From today, anyone aged 18 to 26 can apply for the first Out There Award events – based near Edinburgh...

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Shared adventures with the komoot app

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For us lovers of the great outdoors, there’s a new guide in town. Whether you’re going on a gentle afternoon ramble or a hardcore endurance hike, the free komoot route-planning app lets you create a new route or customise an...

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Out There Award itinerary

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Here’s what to expect during the three days of your Out There Award... Day one: outdoor skills This is a fun chance to pick up valuable outdoor skills in a friendly environment, while also getting to know your fellow Out There...

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National Parks and AONBs - play an important role in their management

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Later on this year ministers at Defra will be considering new appointments to national park authorities and the Broads Authority in England, and also to certain AONB Conservation Boards. The Ramblers has been invited to contribute to this process by bringing...

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Lochaber & Lorn

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The Lochaber and Lorn Ramblers area  is probably the best walking area in the whole of the British Isles. It includes Ben Nevis, the highest peak in the UK, the spectacular Glen Coe and the  islands of Skye, Mull, Rum and...

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When to stop/ rest

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Knowing when to stop If you have heart disease, high blood pressure, back problems, arthritis, joint pain, diabetes, are recovering from an illness, always check with and get advice from your doctor; prior to undertaking any walks with the ramblers. Apart from...

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Cairns and memorials

Britain

Scotland’s mountains, lochs, glens, woodlands and coastline are a major draw for visitors and those enjoying recreation.  We should protect the wild qualities of these areas from man-made intrusions, which include new cairns and memorials, and consider how to mitigate...

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Using a compass

Britain

  Learning how to use a compass is a skill that everyone who enjoys the outdoors will find useful and can be essential if you walk in isolated areas or in more challenging conditions. To navigate successfully you will need to use...

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The benefits of access land

Britain

Access land allows you to walk freely, explore wild, open landscapes and find your own way. To highlight why these rights are so great, Alan Marlow, the Ramblers Hampshire area footpath and access officer, shares his views on why open...

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Footpath news

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Local footpath information for everyone Report a path or access problem on Pathwatch – LEARN MORE >  Email Footpath Secretary – Urgent path or access problem  The Pyrford Loop (Woking FP422) SCC has issued a DMMO to add this path, running from “Pyrford Common, 37...

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Winter walking skills masterclass

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Words & photography by Paul Kirtley Winter is a season of varied conditions. Much of this is down to weather. Oscillations between cold fronts and warm fronts provide big differences in cloud cover, temperature, wind and types of precipitation. Snow is...

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South to the sea - the final leg

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Day 7 – Southease to Rottingdean The final day! I skipped out of bed, stripped off the sheets and waved goodbye to the Lewes YHA. I just had to make it to Brighton. Approximately 5 miles, along the very well...

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South to the sea part 3 - Rude tired

Britain

I woke up and wriggled my toes. They hurt. I stretched my legs out. They hurt. I hobbled to the bathroom. It hurt. I knew that today was a shorter walk, but I didn’t know how I was going to...

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Scottish Council Executive Committee

Britain, Scotland

    Alison Mitchell Convener I joined the Ramblers over 30 years ago when a group was formed in my home city of Aberdeen - and I have been supporting them ever since. For many years I have undertaken roles in the Aberdeen group...

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Happy Birthday ramblers.org.uk!

Britain, England, Scotland, Wales

One year on from the launch of our new website, Web Editor Emma Bovill gives her top ten picks from ramblers.org.uk. “The Ramblers website has gone from strength to strength in the last year with new functionality and expanded content,” says...

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Almost 5,000 maps handed in as Ordnance Survey trades old for new

Britain, England, Scotland, Wales

An Ordnance Survey scheme encouraging people to trade in old maps for new has been hugely successful, with almost 4,500 maps, some nearly a century old, returned so far. The topography of our green and pleasant land changes slowly and gently...

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Project Officer - Young Adult Development

Britain

Join Britain’s biggest walking charity to help more people enjoy the many health and social benefits of walking.   We are looking for a highly-skilled project officer, who is as passionate about Scotland’s outdoors as we are.   The person appointed to this exciting...

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A restorative walk by the sea

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As we celebrate the announcement that Natural England has started work on all stretches of the England Coast Path, Ruth reflects on how a good walk by the sea helped her and her husband through a traumatic experience. Ruth Latham...

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Being a walk leader

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BEFORE THE WALK  Choose the route  ● Consider the location, length and timing, whether linear or circular. We usually like circular routes, but linear is possible if public transport allows. ● Consider season, terrain, climbs, likely ability and fitness of the group. If...

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b) January 2020

Britain

This is the second Newsletter from me (Lew Lewis, Walks Officer). The last effort contained quite a bit as I was catching up on a lot of news. This edition will, hopefully, not be quite as wordy. Again the items...

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Outdoor gear: then and now

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A glimpse at typical outdoor clothing worn on the mountains and moors of Britain during the 1940s, when the 1949 National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act came about – and how it compares to today’s cutting-edge kit.   This...

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The Big Walk: winter adventure in the Cairngorms

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Words and photography by Paul Glendell It was the most welcome meal I have ever eaten, and the view from my bedroom window was incredible. A huge halo crowning an almost full moon bathed the snow-covered mountains in a monochrome hue,...

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Winter Walks

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  Festive frolics and epic adventures There is something magical about winter. I first discovered this as a small boy, when heading out on family walks. On the coldest days I could transform myself into a cloud-breathing dragon, with the ability to...

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Arctic adventure

Britain

From weekend walker to North Pole adventurer For Misba Khan from Manchester, joining a Ramblers group was the start of an incredible journey that led her all the way to the Arctic. I was inspired to start walking by my children, who...

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Unexpected remoteness

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Mid-September, 0830; breakfast al fresco in scorching sun overlooking from a high terrace a harbour full of boats, some moored, some moving, and an ancient lighthouse. La Rochelle? A fishing-port in the eastern Algarve? Dubrovnik, Byron’s ‘pearl of the Adriatic’?...

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GPS

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Channels GPS receivers use different numbers of channels to track the satellites. The more channels a receiver has the more chance the unit will find the satellites and pinpoint your location. Power Having external power capability is a nice feature if you using...

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My Walk of Life

Britain

Click here to download an audio extract of Julia's interview with KD Grace Despite growing up in the US Rocky Mountains, it wasn’t until I moved to Surrey with my husband that I discovered a love of walking. My father was...

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Phil Pickin: the impact of the red sky at night

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Wildlife writer Phil Pickin explains how the weather changes the wildlife that we see through the changing seasons... Nothing impacts on a walk more than the weather and, unsurprisingly, that self same weather has an bearing on the wildlife you are likely...

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Walking 3000 miles for mental health

Britain

  I had a high-stress job running a bar in London. Alcohol became a big part of my life and exercise took a back seat. I ended up burning out and having a major depressive episode. At rock-bottom, I moved in with...

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50 Years of the Pennine way

Britain

  On 24 April the Pennine Way celebrates its 50th anniversary. Britain’s first ever long distance path, the much cherished national trail covers 256 miles along mountain tops in Northumberland, the Pennines, the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District.  To celebrate the...

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My Walk of Life: I fell hard for walking

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Walking is a huge part of my life. I walk with a group twice a week and have travelled the length of the UK – and to many other countries – pursuing my passion for footpaths. Some of my walking group...

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How to be A Tyneside Rambler

Britain

How to be a Tyneside Rambler Coming out with the Ramblers is probably very similar to lots of walks that you have already enjoyed. There are however several points that may help you to prepare for a ramble: The walks are usually linear,...

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Our Library

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SOUTH EAST ESSEX RAMBLERS LIBRARY We have a selection of walking guide book and Maps available to our members. To borrow any of the following books or maps contact Wendy, our Librarian, on 01702 558729   BOOKS   Berkshire   Rambling along the Thames (Runnymede-Sonning)   Cotswolds   AA Cotswolds OS Cotswolds Cotswold Walks...

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Getting ready for walking in winter

Britain

One of the great things about walking is that it can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Pity the poor skiers, waiting for the snow to arrive, or the sailors hauling their boats out of the water at...

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Mountain and hill walking

Britain

  If you’re walking in mountainous regions, like North Wales, the Lake District or the Scottish Highlands, be prepared for more challenging weather - especially in winter. It is important to be properly equipped as conditions can vary dramatically from valley...

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Going the distance

Britain

Sunday 8 December 2019 was a momentous day. Not only did I join my 200th walk with Cleeve Ramblers, I also passed a personal landmark – walking a total of 20,000 miles since joining the Ramblers ten years ago. When...

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Problem Reporting

Britain

It's worth reporting problems: Before & After - this fallen tree in High Park Wood, Great Gaddesden was cleared the day after it was reported.......   This page gives information on how to report footpath problems in our Area.  It contains general information...

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Masterclass: solo walking

Britain

There’s a special freedom in walking on your own and being at one with nature, but solo walkers need to be aware of the practicalities.   By Andrew McCloy At the Ramblers, we know only too well that walking is a highly...

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Time for an adventure!

Britain

The outdoors is a great setting for adventures. You don’t have to act like Bear Grylls to get a thrill from stepping outside your usual comfort zone, and into the unknown. Swapping the daily routine for a night spent wild...

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Winter walking

Britain

I'm a child of the summer, and as such, I was always yearning for long golden days and the feeling of heat soaking into my skin. Winter was a time to dread: painful dragging months, which had to be borne...

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My Perfect Day with Bonita Norris

Britain

She is the youngest person to have both summited Everest and reached the North Pole. She was also the first British woman to climb Lhotse, the world’s fourth highest mountain and is currently preparing to climb K2, the world’s second highest...

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Planning and Leading a Walk

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​Becoming a walk leader ​​A full walks programme depends on sufficient members volunteering to lead walks and we always welcome new walk leaders.  If you are hesitant about volunteering don't worry, there is plenty of support available.  When you first volunteer...

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All Points West - The Coleridge Way

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Words by Mark Rowe, photography by Steve Morgan When I was 17 and revising for my English A-Level I did something decidedly un-cool. In search of inspiration I headed for the Lake District with an anthology of Romantic poetry in my backpack....

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A history of the Wainwrights & some 214 record-breakers

Britain

In a 13 year labour of love, Alfred Wainwright produced a series of seven books known collectively as A Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells. Each book describes a particular fell and the surrounding area, including some amazing hand drawn pictures...

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Destination: Algarve

Britain

Words and photography by Paul Bernhardt Often cited as the most picturesque town in the Algarve, Tavira is known for its many churches and elegant mansions, which lie along both banks of the Rio Gilão. A pedestrianised bridge, Roman in origin,...

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Going the extra mile

Britain

  By: Elyssa Campbell-Barr, illustrations: Holy Maguire  With Volunteers’ Week taking place from 1 to 7 June, charities nationwide are celebrating and publicising the wonderful work of their volunteers. And the Ramblers has more to celebrate than most. Across England, Wales and...

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Sole searching on the Slate Trail

Britain, Wales

Having never undertaken a long-distance hike and in need of a challenge to overcome a fear of solo adventuring, Ramblers Cymru’s Paula Renzel took on the 134km Snowdonia Slate Trail. What she wasn’t expecting was the reaction from fellow walkers...

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Liquid history

Britain

Ramblers Route in Depth - Liquid history Words by Andrew White | Photo by Steve Morgan Think of the River Thames, and most of us have visions of that iconic stretch of water flowing through England’s capital city, hemmed in by some of...

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North by north-west: Walking the Cape Wrath Trail

Britain

Through the Scottish Highlands along the Cape Wrath Trail WORDS Matthew Jones | PHOTOGRAPHY Hugo Campos   The journey to the very tip of north-west Scotland began, strangely enough, at London Euston station. I was booked on the 21.15 Caledonian Highland Sleeper service...

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