AA Walks and Bike Rides
'A look at the outstanding achievements of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, whose work led to improved transport ... The first section of the Grand Union Canal was opened in 1794. This walk passes two points of particular interest along it. The Hanwell Flight of six locks is an impressive 'staircase' that raises the canal 53ft (16m) in just over 600yds (549m). Three Bridges, although belonging to the railway age, also involves the canal. Here Brunel contrived a unique construction where rail, road and canal all cross each other.'
'The parkland estate of the Dukes of Northumberland, with an 18th-century prospect tower and two former monasteries.'
Walks & Trails [Northumberland Estates]
'A fairly challenging walk along a disused railway track, now a nature reserve, and through ancient woodland.'
'Take a walk into history and visit the field where two men famously fought each other for the English crown.'
'Take a walk to the heart of rural Oxfordshire, visiting the final resting place of Britain's most famous statesman.'
'A splendid escarpment walk taking in a surprisingly successful South Staffordshire Vineyard.'
'Visit the home of a famous British statesman on this scenic Chiltern walk ... Field, woodland and parkland paths, some roads, 5 stiles.'
Hughenden [National Trust]
'Visit Bosworth - one of England's most famous battlefield sites - via a country park and a canal tow path.'
'A unique staircase of locks is the focus of this pleasant walk through the South Leicestershire countryside.'
Foxton Locks and Foxton Inclined Plane [The Grand Union Canal in England]
'Explore dense woodland and pass the former home of a famous British novelist on this spectacular walk near Newbury.'
'A circular walk around Harrow on the Hill where Lord Byron and Anthony Trollope went to school.'
'This trip to Polesworth allows you to experience a fragment of monastic England and to see a beautiful, ancient abbey church and vicarage. These buildings date back to ad 827 and form part of a nunnery built by Egbert, who is often claimed to have been the first Saxon King of all England. His daughter Editha was the abbess.'
'You'll find Jacobite connections in an atmospheric old house and a moorland fairy well, on this walk.'
'The sight and sound of aircraft taking off and landing will be a constant backdrop to this walk in the shadow of Mildenhall airfield, the headquarters of the 3rd United States Air Force in Europe.'
'Along the coast near South Shields, and inland to the Cleadon Hills ... The coast of Durham south of the Tyne was long renowned for its smugglers. The natural caves at the base of the cliffs of Marsden Bay provided hiding places for illicit activity ...'
'A spectacular stretch of the Thames Path to Bourne End, returning by train.'
'A walk through Cornwall's most northerly parish, one time home of the eccentric Victorian parson-poet, Robert Stephen Hawker.'
Hawker's Hut Walk [National Trust]
'A riverside walk from the home of the Bata Shoe Company, where boots were made for walking, to Tilbury Fort.'
'Discover the legends and magic of one of Britain's greatest antiquities on this spectacular downland walk.'
'Through Wanstead Park, where Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester, entertained Elizabeth I.'
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