The Ramblers is Britain's walking charity, working to safeguard the footpaths, the countryside and other places we go walking, and to encourage more people to take up walking.Full details of the work of The Ramblers click here.
Other Local GroupsYou may also be interested in some of the other groups that run in the region.
GM and High Peak
Full details of the Greater Manchester and High Peak area and other local groups are available here.
The Salford Trail
Explore the heritage, countryside and rural areas of Salford with a series of ten walks. here.
Whatʼs on in Pendle
Find walks in Lancashireʼs great countryside. here
Sam Bamford Trail, Middleton Town Centre
Sam Bamford arrested for his part in the Peterloo Massacre 16th August 1819
With over 19,000 pages of free walking information
Manchester CHA Rambling and Social Club
A group of people who love walking and who appreciate our beautiful countryside. here
Read Exciting News about the Pathwatch from "The Ramblers"
Read about Manchester Green Corridor
Read about Hebden Bridge loop on the Pennine way
Cicerone have a comprehensive range of over 350 guidebooks to the mountains and long-distance paths of the UK, as well as to Europe and further
afield. There are also guides for shorter country walks, cycle touring and mountain biking as well as some slightly more unusual and inspirational
books on trekking, bivvying, bothying, identifying flowers and first aid.
Ramblers members get a 25% discount on all books when you enter the code RAMBMD25 at the checkout. The discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
Visit Cicerone and take advantage of this great offer.
Greater Manchester Local Record Centre: Wildlife Recording in Greater Manchester
Despite concerted conservationefforts, the numbers of many wildlife species are still falling, which is why the GM Record Centre need to know where different wildlife species can still be found, in order to protect them. Likewise, over the coming years climate change may have a big impact on the numbers of certain species and their distributions. Species which are common today may no longer be so in twenty years time. Therefore it is important to know where animals and plants are found today, so that in a few years time we can identify changes in their populations and distributions as they occur and take steps to minimise any declines. This is why the GM Record Centre need your help to record different species and note any changes.
All the wildlife records submitted will be used to map the current distributions of species and identify changes as they occur.RODiS is an easy to use online recording system ideal for all levels of recorder, from beginner to experienced. There are training sessions in the use of the online recording system listed here or have a look at the recording system. Back to the Top