Ramblers Pathwatch app includes 1:50k Landranger & 1:25k Explorer OS maps

Tony Gosling tony at cultureshop.org.uk
Thu Dec 6 01:15:18 GMT 2018

Pathwatch - report path features and problems

Ramblers Assn Pathwatch app includes 1:50 Landranger & 1:25k Explorer OS maps

Found a problem on your walk? Let us know!

Whether it's locked gates, rampant overgrowth or missing signs, 
occasionally we find our paths blocked or in need of care. Whatever 
the issue, we want to know about it! As Britain's walking charity, 
we're here to help.
Report path problems through Pathwatch and for England and Wales 
we'll alert the local highway authority. Where possible, we'll also 
work with them to fix the problem. In Scotland, Pathwatch is still in 
a pilot stage, so we're gathering information to build up a picture 
of walkers' experiences north of the border by monitoring reports we 
receive. Where appropriate we'll share these with access authorities 
or landowners to try and resolve issues.
Remember Pathwatch isn't just for reporting problems. You can also 
tell us about great things that you find on walks too - such as 
interesting flora and fauna or an impressive view.
By reporting problems and celebrating the great things you discover, 
you are not only doing your bit to look after paths, but helping us 
celebrate the best of British walking and find long term solutions to 
protecting paths and access for years to come.
There are two ways you can report problems:

1. The Pathwatch app

We've built an entire app that allows you to report features on the 
go - straight from your pocket.
Using the app you can report positive and negative features, send us 
photos and even share your discoveries via social media. Using GPS 
and your phone signal, the app can locate you on OS maps and will 
allow you report what you've found with the press of a few buttons.
The app also works offline and allows you to download OS grid square 
maps for your walks in England and Wales.

Get started with the app on Android
or iOS today:

2. Pathwatch online

You can report features directly through the online version of the app.
It's slightly different to the app but still gets us all the 
information we (and local authorities) need. It also syncs up with 
the features you record on the app, so you can view all your reported 
features. Online, you can also report features anonymously and won't 
need to register or login.
Just like the app, you can scroll around Britain on OS Map data to 
find the location of the feature you're reporting.

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