There’s something special in store for all walkers this summer.

Enjoy a clear, blue sky set against bustling towns, villages, buzzing parks, sprawling countryside or dramatic coastline – all by stepping out with Ramblers Routes.  Ramblers Routes – an online library of Britain’s best walks – uses the skills and knowledge of Ramblers expert volunteers to create and develop high quality walking routes across Britain.  Volunteers fill these walks with the best of British scenery, views, history, wildlife and variety and each route is thoroughly checked before being given the Ramblers expert seal of approval.  In the East of England, there are already plenty of routes to choose from. Challenge yourself by going on a lengthy ramble, or use it as a helpful short guide to interesting places right on your doorstep. With detailed step by step guides to see you on your way and an abundance of interesting local history and knowledge to keep you company, it’ll be the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors this spring and summer.

Justin Bend, Ramblers Routes project manager, said, “We hope the variety and quality of these routes will open up walking to more people. Whether you want to set out on your own or gather your family or friends for a day out, there is so much to enjoy in the outdoors at this time of the year and Ramblers Routes can be your very own virtual tour guide as you set out to explore.”

There are already over 1400 routes to choose from across the UK and thanks to dedicated Ramblers volunteers, this collection of walks just keeps on growing. 

Volunteer Route developer from Lincolnshire Ramblers, Geoff Mullett, said, “As a volunteer, I put a lot of care and effort into editing and checking these routes to make sure they’re interesting, accurate and easy to follow. I love knowing the routes I have created are there for people to use, an online record of wonderful paths all over the UK. Many of these routes take you off the beaten track, exploring the little-known gems of our towns, cities, and countryside. Walking on our local paths will also help keep them clear and protected for future generations to enjoy, so I hope to see more people out enjoying the routes this summer.” Search hundreds of free routes online simply by registering on the Ramblers website, or become a member today to get the full Ramblers Routes experience including access to hundreds of premium routes. Pair this with other added member benefits like helping the Ramblers protect the places we love to walk and the option of joining one of the 38,000 walks our groups lead each year and you really will get the most out of walking. Explore these wonderful routes at www.Ramblers.org.uk/ramblersroutes or visit www.Ramblers.org.uk/join to become a member of the Ramblers – £10 off your first year’s membership when joining by annual direct debit.  For more details on the above route or to search for a route near you, register online at www.ramblers.org.uk/ramblersroutes