In the years 2000 and 2001, the EuropeanRamblers’ Association organised a pan-European Stella relay walk along 10 footpaths from the outer edges of Europe to Strasbourg ending there on 22– 30 Sept. 2001. A total of over 250.000 ramblers took part in the walks in individual stages. More than 5,000 ramblers arrived in Strasbourg for the closing week and some 13,000 took part in the final parade through Strasbourg. In the course of the walks, more than 20 major meetings of ramblers took place across Europe in the presence of prominent politicians from individual countries and members of the European Parliament. The event was held under the motto "Walking towards the unification of Europe". A conference devoted to walking was organised in Strasbourg in the Schumann Hall of the European Parliament under the auspices of the then President of the European Parliament, Nicole Fontaine, and the General Secretary of the Council of Europe, Walter Schwimmer; it was there that the "Strasbourg Declaration" was adopted. The final walk through Strasbourg took place under the auspices of the President of the French Republic, Jacques Chirac, the Presidentess of the European Parliament, Nicole Fontaine, and the General Secretary of the Council of Europe, Walter Schwimmer.
In 2004 ERA decided to organise the ERA event EURORANDO every 5 years.
The EURORANDO 2001 event ended in Strasbourg, the city symbolising the unification of Europe.
EURORANDO 2006 ended in the Czech Republic, in the capital of South Bohemia, Ceské Budejovice, symbolising the great enlargement of the European Union which took place in 2004 when the Czech Republic became a member of the EU. The sense of the entire EURORANDO 2006 event is not only getting to know beautiful new bits of Europe, but also an understanding of our European belonging – something which has always been and always will be one of the major aims of the European Ramblers’ Association.
The closing events to EURORANDO 2011, which were organized under the theme "Paths and Water", took place in South-Western Europe, in Andalusia, Spain. The cities of Almeria and Granada were hosts to this big event.