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ERA Strategy


ERA practices networking and cross-border cooperation among organizations by ensuring respectful treatment, expertise and values in all walking issues.


ERA is well known all over Europe as recognized expert in all walking issues being a relevant, proactive and credible partner.


ERA will be:

a)        Furthering walking and mountain-climbing activities, concern for and care of the countryside, protecting nature and the environment;

b)       Creating and marking European long-distance paths, protecting these and other international paths and safeguarding their continued existence;

c)        Protecting and further developing both rights and traditions with regard to crossing borders in European countries, and Europe’s cultural heritage;

d)       Seeking to preserve the right of access to all land, and to create this right where it has hitherto not been guaranteed; this aim is secondary to the protection of natural environment;

e)       Strengthening mutual understanding between people;

f)         Representing the interests of member associations in international organisations such as the European Union and the Council of Europe;

g)        Strengthening the consciousness of people that physical activity is one of the prerequisites for a healthy life.



The plans from 2019 and onwards are:

  1. Provide benefits for our member organisations.

  2. Prepare, organize, stimulate and support rambling events and activities.

  3. Actively work with physical networks of E-paths and LQT-BE.

  4. Establish and maintain cooperation with EU bodies and relevant international organisations and agencies working in fields such as youth and health.

  5. Develop and implement a financial strategy.

  6. Develop and implement a marketing and communication strategy to contribute to our business model.


    From these, ERA will focus on the following in 2021:

    ERA Strategic Plans 2021

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