Many people head out for the countryside in their walking boots
and find problems with paths or access, but a lot of these problems are successfully resolved.
The Ramblers has responded to this by publishing a Map of Successes, which is designed to highlight instances all over the country where its volunteers have helped make life better for walkers.
These vary from successful campaigns to stop paths being closed or unreasonably diverted to instances where they have carried out path repair work and helped add routes to the definitive map of public rights of way.
Senior campaigns officer at the charity Rhiannon Wadeson said: "It's fantastic to have the opportunity to show off the hard work done by our volunteers."
Last month, staff from the Ramblers' central office got involved with some volunteering of their own as they joined the Farnham and District Ramblers working group for a day of footpath repairs in Surrey.