Paths and Communities

Delivering community focused access projects across Wales


Paths and Partnerships

Ramblers Cymru is driven to put walking at the heart of communities across Wales, making them greener, healthier, and more enjoyable places to visit, live in, work, and explore.

To achieve this we recognise the need to work in partnership with a range of organisations, from local authorities and government agencies to third-sector partners and community groups.


Led by the community, for the community

Ramblers Cymru believes that by working alongside communities to engage with their local path network and green spaces, together we can create sustainable walking opportunities for all. Ultimately this will connect people to the health and wellbeing benefits of nature and walking.


Paths to Wellbeing

The current projects are built on the foundation of our previous community work. Between 2021-23 Ramblers Cymru ran the Paths to Wellbeing project, working with 18 communities across Wales to improve paths and nature and provide communities with the tools and training to maintain and improve local access.

Find out more about our work and explore one of the new 145 walking routes


Find out more

Following on from the Paths to Wellbeing project, Ramblers Cymru has managed to develop additional project work with local authorities in Carmarthenshire, Denbighshire, Monmouthshire, and Powys all with aims to improve local paths and access.

If you would like to work in partnership with Ramblers Cymru, please contact us:

three walkers fixing a waymark.

Paths to Community – Monmouthshire

The Paths to Community project focuses on developing ways to make the public rights of way network more sustainable in the long term and will contribute towards social justice, wellbeing, and resilient community targets in Monmouthshire.

Partneriaeth Llwybrau Sir Gâr

Pathways Partnership Carmarthenshire

We are working with volunteers to survey the path network in the area to gather a better understanding of the state of the paths and gather valuable, up to date information.

3 walkers with backpacks putting up a waymark with a hammer

Partnership project to improve sustainability of the public rights of way network

Ramblers Cymru will be delivering the Paths to Communities project for Monmouthshire County Council developing ways to make the public rights of way network more sustainable in the long term.