Ten places - Geology walks
The big walk - Glyndwr's Way
Gear review - packs and poles
Walk and talk - Rhianne Fatinikun
Sunset by a balancing rock

Ten Places: Geology walks

Discover millions of years of geological history that has shaped some of Britain’s most spectacular scenery and created a wealth of natural wonders to be enjoyed on these 10 walks through time.
A stone trig point, upon a hill with a view to the distance

The Big Walk: Glyndŵr’s Way

Meandering across the heart of Wales, the peaceful and picturesque Glyndŵr’s Way might just be the most under-appreciated of all our National Trails. 
Cotswold Way waymarker

Cotswold Way at 50

The Cotswold Way passed its 50th anniversary on Sunday 17 May 2020, at the height of the pandemic. Gloucestershire Ramblers are helping to organise postponed celebrations during September.
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Gear on Test: Packs & poles

Whether it’s a trusty daypack for shorter walks or a fully featured multi-day model, the right rucksack should be a joy to use. Top these off with a pair of walking poles for extra stability.
A young black woman, posing  and smiling in front of two tall hills

Walk & Talk: Rhianne Fatinikun

The founder of Black Girls Hike on creating a walking community for black women to explore the countryside – sometimes for the first time.
A small bird singing

Can clearing paths boost wildlife?

Britain’s landscapes have been shaped by humans for thousands of years. Livestock grazing, coppicing and even path maintenance can all play a role in protecting important wildlife habitats.

 

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