Find. Map. Save: join the search to save thousands of miles of lost historic paths.
Our paths are one of our most precious assets, hidden in plain sight, and often taken for granted. They are part of our history and our route to everyday adventures in nature, both on our doorstep and across Britain’s iconic landscapes.
But an estimated 10,000 miles of paths – the equivalent of the distance from London to Sydney – are not recorded on the definitive map of rights of way, and if they’re not found and added by the cut-off date of 2026 when the final map must be completed, they could be lost forever.