The Rambler has announced it is to completely relaunch its website, with a range of features for those who go walking
to make use of.
It revealed that months of work have gone into creating a new site, with an "extensive library of high-quality walking routes", while there is also "practical information to use while out walking".
Other elements include information on campaigns, dedicated sections for members and volunteers, plus pages for "inspiring" photographs and stories.
The new site is being designed based on feedback from members and volunteers, but anyone logging on may make use of it.
No date has been confirmed for the launch of the new portal.
The charity has been campaigning on a range of issues this year, from the creation of an English Coastal Path to the government's halted plans to sell of the English public forest estate.
Earlier this week it raised concerns about the government's attitude to both issues in the Wildlife and Countryside Link's Nature Check 2012 report, which carried comments from the Ramblers and 38 other countryside and conservation charities.