Rose Hammond was still a schoolgirl but, because of her keenness for walking and her knowledge of the countryside around her home, the International Pathfinder Club had appointed her as one of their official walkers. Her job was to make a survey of all the rights of way and bridle paths within a certain radius of Lamsbridge, the village where she lived.
- Originally a text story, updated to picture story
- Artist: Bert Hill (1987)
- Rambling Rose (text) – Judy: #178 (08 June 1963) – #187 (10 August 1963)
- Reprinted as picture story – Judy: #1412 (31 January 1987) – #1421 (04 April 1987)