Translation of rambler in Spanish:


excursionista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈræmb(ə)lər//ˈramblə/


  • 1

    excursionista feminine
    • Daytrippers, ramblers, anglers and anyone involved in country pursuits are being urged to steer clear of farmland until the outbreak is over.
    • Walkers and ramblers tackling 16 new walks around the district are being pointed in the right direction thanks to a new booklet.
    • Our chosen walk is perfect for the inexperienced rambler as it is pretty much straight, with no map needed.
    • A rambler had left the footpath for a picnic, despite signs saying ‘Please remain on the footpath’.
    • We skirted up the valley side towards a stile that entered into the wood, marked by a painted yellow arrow for the benefit of country ramblers.
    • The pub is very popular with tourists, ramblers and with boaters on the canal, which runs just yards from the 190-year-old building.
    • Ecologist Pete Guest takes ramblers on a Wandle Park wildlife walk at 1pm on Sunday, March 16, which will also visit the Wandle meadow.
    • There have been sightings of the boys in the Northwich and Cuddington areas and police are appealing to landowners, walkers and ramblers to help track them down.
    • Officers are appealing to ramblers, dog walkers and joggers to be their ‘eyes and ears’ and help them track down those responsible.
    • Mrs Rushworth also packs up walking equipment for ramblers and posts it on to their home address.
    • Trevor's close shave unfolded on August 17 when he and fellow Croydon ramblers were walking along the banks of the River Arun when he was stung twice by a hornet.
    • A roadshow hits the region this week to promote new walking rights which should open up large swathes of land to ramblers and countryside enthusiasts.
    • Parish councillors will discuss whether the scheme, which has been backed by ramblers and tourism chiefs, should be granted tonight at the Barlow Institute.
    • It may not be mountainous enough for truly daring climbers, but Britain's wonderful and diverse countryside can cater for serious hikers and weekend ramblers alike.
    • The act gives ramblers the right to walk freely across mapped areas of open country, including mountains, moors and registered common land.
    • Together they shared a love of the countryside and were keen ramblers and fell walkers.
    • Gates in a roadside fence enable residents to cross to Dibden Inclosure, which is popular with joggers, ramblers and dog walkers.
    • It is set in the beautiful, mysterious landscape of the Peak District in the North of England, populated by a bizarre collection of campers, ramblers and hikers.
    • The land the ramblers walked across yesterday is owned by water company United Utilities.
    • The law is predicted to bring benefits not just for ramblers but for the whole region by attracting more walkers and tourists.
  • 2

    rosa trepadora feminine
    • For example, place climbers and ramblers along fences, trellises, or next to arches or pergolas.
    • It comes in a variety of colors and styles, from ramblers to groundcovers.
    • Then there's the difference between ramblers, scramblers and danglers.
    • The vigorous climbers known as ramblers that flower in the spring only may be pruned after flowering.
    • Weeping standards of ramblers and climbers are lovely when grown correctly.