Walker in the hills

There are lots of different ways you can organise your own March for Men.

Club to club walks

Like Jeff Stelling, why not plan your walk around your favourite sport, be it football, rugby, cricket or something else. You could even time your walk to coincide with match days and rally your fellow supporters to do something great for men by walking to the game.

Park walks

Circular walks round a local park or open space are a great way to involve the whole community. You can decide how long or short the walk is and can pick a place that’s important to you.

Pub to pub walks

Why not plan a route between two pubs and end your walk with a well deserved pint? Use our Men United Arms finder to find pubs in your area who are also supporting us and see if you can get more of the locals involved.

Challenge walks

Whether it is Lands End to John O’Groats, a coast to coast walk or visiting every county in the UK, test your limits by organising your own challenge walk.

Existing routes

Want to join the march but need some inspiration? Look no further!

  • The National Trust website boasts a whole host of walking ideas. Whatever you fancy, be it pretty Spring walks, woodland walks through tranquil spaces or an escape to the seaside for a coastal walk to blow the cobwebs away, they've got it covered.
  • Walking Britain is home to varied and unusual walks across the whole of the UK, so check out their site for maps and inspiration. From the Scottish Highlands to the charming Cotswolds, there really is something for everyone.
  • Walk It and Map My Walk are excellent tools if you are feeling extra adventurous and want to plan your own route from start to finish. If you need any help or support, feel free to get in touch with us.