'The green spaces of West London, including The Grand Union Canal, Boston Manor, Syon House, The Thames towpath, Kew Gardens, and Gunnersbury Park.'
Download from the Website PDFs of Historic Walk Guides of Ealing, Northolt, Greenford and Southall including maps.
'John Wells is a local naturalist and friend of Ealing Transition. He leads regular walks around the borough to help people gain a deeper appreciation of nature.'
Walking notes around the centre of Ealing, originally published in 1970, updated to 1986, with some more recent footnotes.
'Who first coined the term Queen of the Suburbs is not known, but the name sticks to the present day. The Mount Park Road area still retains much of its original character and is still dominated by grand family homes. For the most part, it has resisted the conversion into dormitory bed-sitters, an effect which has over taken so many of the other London suburbs.'
'If you live/work in Earley you may have a favorite walk that you take in and around the area. Here you will find details of those walks that our members have documented.'
'Take a walk through time from Roman to modern times on this pretty corner of the Cambridgeshire countryside. The walk takes you from the Roman waterway of Reach Lode, via the remains of medieaval quarries, churches and a castle, to a working Victorian windmill and a railway line disused since 1968.'
'A series of well planned, co-ordinated and used path networks which will provide connections between communities, meet the social and health needs of communities, realise the area's tourism potential, promote sustainable transport choices and support economic and environmental regeneration.'
'A walking route through the heart of the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, linking to the South West Coast Path, the beautiful Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and the Exe Estuary.'
'East Hampshire is home to some of Britain's literary greats. You can follow in the footsteps of these writers, including Jane Austen and Flora Thompson, on 6 self-guided walks. The walks can be downloaded ...'
'This lovely circular walk takes you on a journey through time where new meets old and built up areas merge with farmland, streams and woodland ... The East Horley Circular Walk is one of six walks that link with the Millennium Trail, a long distance path that stretches from Banstead Downs to Horley.'
'The Interconnect Bus Walks are a series of walks, using existing public rights of way, with the start and finish positioned at a point near to an Interconnect 6 (Lincoln - Skegness) bus stop. All routes have informative interpretation boards along the way explaining about the area's surroundings.'
'Core Paths form the basic network of paths around East Lothian and link into and support the wider network of other paths that already exist around the county. Core paths can be the most popular paths or key routes that link communities or provide access to local sites ...'
'The Airport Trail offers the perfect opportunity for a gentle stroll or a more serious trek. Six miles long, the trail takes in the whole perimeter of the airport. As well as creating a wonderful walk through woodlands, open parkland and meadows, the trail has reconnected footpaths, bridleways and lanes that were severed in the Second World War. This offers walkers the opportunity to take in a smaller section of the trail as there are several joining points.'
'The Core Paths Plan is a 146 km network of established routes that connects communities and gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. The majority of residents are no more than 5 minutes walk from a core path. Core paths are perfect for simple everyday exercise, local commuting on foot or bike and help farmers successfully manage public access on their land.'
'Local Authorities have a duty under the CROW Act to establish Local Access Forums and in this area East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Kingston upon Hull City Council have agreed and worked together to support the creation of a Joint LAF as a body that is independent of both local authorities.'
'This is the overall name given to four linked walks devised by Glen Hood, and now under the auspices of the East Yorkshire Group, LDWA.'
'East Riding of Yorkshire Council works in partnership with local parishes to improve, maintain and promote the public rights of way network.The local parish partnership scheme allocates grants to parish and town councils to help them look after their local paths ...'
'Open Access means that you can walk through land mapped by Natural England as "access land" without having to stick to formal paths. Most of the land that is available lies in the wolds, as dry chalk valleys snake their way through the landscape ... We have a useful guide for those who wish to explore these beautiful places and this answers frequently asked questions about closures and restrictions, safety for walkers, dogs and other rules when using this new right.'
Link to Map which 'shows the location of the existing footpaths, bridleways and byways across the East Riding of Yorkshire. The information on these pages gives the approximate location of the Public Right of Way network, and may only be used for general guidance. No guarantee is given to its accuracy. The Orange Public Rights of Way, marked on this Map, are the responsibility of Hull City Council'.
'The stations along the line provide convenient starting and finishing points from which walkers can explore the surrounding countryside, ranging from a short stroll ... to over ten miles of remote fields and woods ... For more ambitious ramblers walks can be joined up to make a long distance trail of over 70 miles.'
'Advice is provided to the Council and other organisations to improve access to the countryside for recreation whilst protecting wildlife and the landscape ... Meetings are open to the public ... You can download minutes of recent meetings.'
'East Sussex has around 2,000 miles (3,218km) of footpaths, bridleways and byways. These public rights of way give access to some of the most beautiful countryside in the County ... The Rights of Way Map covers the whole county and lets you zoom in to any area to show the footpaths, bridleways and byways in that location. You can also find out if there are any stiles, gates or bridges on the paths.'
Leaflet prepared by Highland Birchwoods on behalf of East Sutherland Woodlands.
'Four walks between Eastbourne town centre and areas including the seafront, Meades and Old Town' AND 'Four walks in the Shinewater area, including three circular routes'
'Nine fascinating guides for walking around and observing Eastbourne.'
Walking Pack Produced By The Eastbourne Society
The Eastern Cairngorms Access Project 'was a £2.4m programme to develop Countryside Access, that restored damaged landscapes and improved visitor facilities within the mountains and glens of Angus and Upper Deeside. The Project was made possible by a partnership between a consortium of public and private sector bodies'.
However, Angus Council seem to have archived the descriptions of these Walks formerly accessible via their Web Site. But if you do an exact match string search of Google using the Titles of the six Walks I list, you may still be able to retrieve their details from the Archive ...
Meanwhile, the Angus Ahead Website now has a large number of Walks listed in their Walking Section, but the details given sadly are for the most part minimalist.
'Links together fourteen community Green Spaces that offer a variety of amenities from Beaufort Hill Woodlands in the North to Llanhilleth in the south.'
'Walking route from Helmsley in the North York Moors National Park to Ilkley.'
Ebor Way [RambleFest]
'Watford disused railway walk: Ebury Way and the Croxley Green branch (and Cassiobury Park)'
Note: The description originally cited here seems to have disappeared from the Three Rivers District Council Website. So I have replaced the Link with one to a more reflective version from Karen.
'A new walking route, following the course of the River Ecclesbourne in Derbyshire. The walk starts in Duffield, a few miles North of Derby, and runs for 11 miles to Wirksworth.'
'There are over 15 kilometres of paths and bridleways, which offer some wonderful walks. These include an "Easy Going" trail suitable for the less able bodied and wheelchairs.'
'Follow in the footsteps of some of the world's greatest Economists. London has been associated with many important individuals in the histories of economics and statistics. The story of the city's roles in the early developments of the disciplines is told in the accompanying narrative from which it can be seen that a great deal is known about specific locations for significant individuals. In these pages we organise some of these locations into a series of walks ...'
'Walk from Frodsham Bridge to Burwardsley. At Burwardsley the walk finishes about 15 meters from the Sandstone Trail. The walk also finishes about 1/4 mile from The Pheasant - a pub which also does food and accommodation.' The Path is generally waymarked with yellow arrows containing the words Eddisbury Way and can be followed on OS Maps.
Eddisbury Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]
'A series of ten contemporary stone sculptures located at intervals along the length of the river Eden between its source above the Mallerstang valley and Rockliffe, north of Carlisle, where it runs into the Solway Firth.' For the start: 'Park in a lay-by near The Thrang, in the Mallerstang valley and walk up the steep track signposted "Lady Anne’s Way". Water Cut is visible on the horizon 2 km away. (Map reference SD 786 985) A longer circular walk is available, continuing along Lady Anne’s Way to Hell Gill Bridge, following a public path down to Hellgill force and then north, via Hanging Lund and Elmgill where a short section of road brings you back to the Thrang'.
'We launched the Eden Valley Loops in summer 2010, following years of development by local volunteers and riding groups. The Loops are 135 km of routes designed for horse riders, off road cyclists and walkers based in Cumbria.'
British Horse Society Equine Mapping and Geographical Information Network
Walking in Eden: Circular and Linear Routes in the Eden Valley Ron Scholes (Sigma Press, 2014)
'Follow the banks of the River Eden and the River Medway and along delightful paths and lanes, through the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.'
'Despite being only 25 miles from London, the Eden Valley is a tranquil gem of the English countryside, its acres of farmland broken by quiet country lanes, its hills swathed in woodland, all surrounding the quietly meandering River Eden.'
Eden Valley Walk [Kent County Council]
'The three historic listed viaducts owned by the Trust were constructed for the South Durham & Lancashire Union Railway for its opening in 1861. After a working life of almost exactly 100 years they were abandoned by British Railways until acquired by the Trust, Smardale Gill in 1989, Podgill in 2000 and Merrygill a few years later. Smardale Gill, in particular, needed extensive restoraton in the early 1990s, the others less so. The Trust also owns a number of lesser structures along the course of the former railway.'
'Long distance footpath running 20 miles through beautiful countryside in the heart of England. The trail starts in Chipping Warden, Northamptonshire and ends in Kineton, Warwickshire.'
Core Paths will form the basic system of paths around the City of Edinburgh area and will:  Link into and support a wider network of local paths - - - :  Connect with paths in adjoining local authority areas - - - :  Provide a basis for promoting off road access.
'The purpose of the Trail is to improve access to the Elan Valley and its countryside, particularly for the less-able. The trail between Craig Gooch and Pen y Garreg is classed as a bridleway. The rest of the route however is a permissive route agreed by the landowners, namely Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, Radnorshire Wildlife Trust and Powys County Council and does not follow a right of way.' However, the Leaping Stiles Website where this Trail was described could no longer be referenced. So I have referenced an alternative Trail.
'Welcome to the Elenydd Wilderness Hostels Trust, set up to save some much-loved youth hostels in the Elenydd for future generations. The Elenydd is an area in the southern Cambrian Mountains of mid-Wales, between Llanwrtyd Wells and Tregaron. It is a wild and beautiful place, with silence broken only by a gurgling stream, the bleating of sheep or the call of a bird. It is a wonderful area for outdoor activities like walking and cycling, an ideal place to escape from the pressures of the modern world ... '
'Two fascinating routes that take you around what is often referred to as "Elgar Country". The Elgar Walk and Elgar Drive both give a fascinating insight into the streets and countryside that Elgar knew so well.' With effect from 5.00pm on Sunday 18th September, The Elgar Birthplace Museum is closed to the public in order to effect a smooth handover to the National Trust. It is expected that the National Trust will re-open Elgar’s Birthplace in early spring 2017.
'From the seaside bustle of the south coast, through to the historic city of Canterbury, the Elham Valley Way meanders through ancient woodlands, secret byways and charming, unspoilt villages'
'To call the Elie Chainwalk a walk is not strictly accurate; it is more of a scramble, requiring a healthy spirit of adventure, a good measure of agility and a strong head for heights ...'
'The Trail provides visitors with a free and gentle tour of Ellesmere (mostly accessible by wheelchair and pushchair) taking in the uniquely attractive settings of the mere, the historic castle fields and canal.'
'The fast-growing town of Ellon now has its own circular walk enabling visitors and residents to appreciate the town's unrivalled setting by the banks of the Ythan.'
'Liquid History is a self guided audio trail along one of the most picturesque stretches of the River Thames near Hampton Court. The trail contains original interviews with people who have lived and worked along the river in Elmbridge, and is narrated by historian and local houseboat resident Dr Toby Butler ...'
'Discover the paintings of Fred & Mary Elwell as you walk through the centre of Beverley ...'
The Elwells [Beverley Art Gallery]
'It is thought that Ely’s name relates to a time when the city was surrounded by marsh and its main trade was in eels. Eels are still caught in the River Ouse, and provided the inspiration behind the Ely Eel Trail – a series of works around the city by Elizabeth Jane Grosse that were commissioned by East Cambridgeshire District Council. '
'The actual Boundary Walk uses private land and is only used once every seven years with the kind permission of the landowners. It must not therefore be used at any other time. The Boundary Way described ... therefore used the nearest public rights of way to the boundary - on footpaths, lanes and, by necessity in places, on roads.'
The Society's Footpaths and Open Spaces Group 'arranges a regular programme of walks throughout the year, in a variety of town and country locations, on weekdays and weekends, and with a selection lengths to suit all abilities'.
'From the remains of the old foundries in Hayle to the engine houses scattered throughout the landscape, the reminders of Cornwall's industrial heritage are everywhere along this Trail.' Hayle to Truro.
'A new National Trail all around England's coast. It's not ready yet but work is underway to make it happen ... A similar initiative has already happened in Wales, you can find out more on the Wales Coast Path website.'
Coastal Access Completion by 2020 - Provisional Timings and Stretches [Natural England]
'The 35 km stretch of the England Coast Path from Allonby to Whitehaven is now open to the public. Coastal Access rights came into force along this stretch of coast on Friday 11 April 2014 by Order of the Secretary of State.'
'On 10 July 2014 the Secretary of State announced his decision to approve a stretch of the England Coast Path in Somerset between Brean and Minehead ... On 15 January 2016 the Secretary of State announced her decision to approve proposals to change the previously approved route for this stretch of coast in 2 places: Dunball Wharf and St Audries Bay ... New access rights will come into force along the route and adjoining spreading room on 15 March 2016.'
'The 47 km (29 miles) stretch of the England Coast Path (ECP) from Camber to Folkestone is now open to the public. Coastal access rights came into force along this stretch of coast on 19 July 2016 by order of the Secretary of State.'
'The 110 km (68 miles) stretch of the England Coast Path from Filey Brigg to Newport Bridge is now open to the public. Coastal access rights came into force along this stretch of coast on 21 July 2016 by order of the Secretary of State.'
'The 55 km stretch of the England Coast Path from North Gare to South Bents is now open to the public. Coastal access rights came into force along this stretch of coast on 11 April 2014 by Order of the Secretary of State.'
'The first stretch of the England Coast Path, from Rufus Castle on Portland to Lulworth Cove, is open to the public. Coastal access rights came into force along this stretch of coast on 29 June 2012.'
'The 41km stretch of the England Coast Path (ECP) from Sea Palling to Weybourne is now open to the public. Coastal access rights came into force along this stretch of coast on 12 December 2014 by order of the Secretary of State ... Sections of it follow the existing Norfolk Coast Path between Cromer and Weybourne..'
Walk all the 3000ft Mountains in England 'The English 3000ft'ers comprise 6 Mountains that rise above 915m (3000ft) with at least 30m (100ft) of reascent on all sides. The highest point is Scafell Pike and all are within the Lake District National Park in Cumbria:  one in The Eastern Fells area (Helvellyn) - - - :  one in The Northern Fells area (Skiddaw) - - - :  four in The Southern Fells area (Scafell Pike, Sca Fell, Broad Crag & Ill Crag).'
English 3000s Challenge [adventurecafe]
'This is a low level walk along forest roads, tracks and narrow footpaths. The path surface along the south side of Ennerdale is rocky with many trip hazards and some sections that are regularly very wet. The climb over Anglers Crag is very steep and includes a short exposed scramble with a significant drop into the lake.'
'The Public over the age of 18 years are invited to join the EnBro volunteer lead walks ... There is no charge - simply turn up at the designated starting point and enjoy the walk ... The Walks Programme contains a wide variety of walks from gentle strolls to the more strenuous walks whereby leaders aim to complete a 5 mile walk within approximately 2 hours.'
EnBro Environment Bromley
'A first published heritage trail guide focusing on Epsom Town Centre covered the area around Church Street and the High Street.' A more recent second guide 'leads out of the High Street at its western end, turning left into South Street and on to Dorking Road and to Woodcote. It also includes a possible detour to the Old Well for anyone who might wish to go the extra mile to visit the source of the town’s fame ...'
'Permissive path which follows the boundary of the Sennybridge Training Area and is available for use at all times by walkers, horse riders and cyclists ... As indicated by the presence of red flags, Sennybridge Defence Training Area (SENTA) is a danger area closed to the public under military by-laws. The Ministry of Defence allows public access to the area by means of the Epynt Way, a permissive bridleway encircling SENTA and normally open to the public at all times, regardless of Red Flag status.'
'Takes in over 30 miles of waterway and countryside on the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire border. There are many shortcuts and links across the trail which connect communities and provide shorter local loops and split the trail into smaller sections.'
'Between Sequers Bridge ... and Plymouth, with a spur to Wembury, all in the south west corner of Devon; the route is comprehensively waymarked ... Links with the Erme Valley Trail at Sequers Bridge; in conjunction with that route and the Two Moors Way it forms part of a coast-to-coast walk across Devon; also links with the South West Coast Path at Plymouth and Wembury and the West Devon Way at Plymouth.'
Erme-Plym Trail [OutDoors RouteBuilder]
'Iron, Steam, Coal and Countryside ... A Network of Walks off the Weardale Way'
'Waymarked trail which takes you from the source of the River Esk and brings you to the estuary where it joins the sea at Whitby harbour. A moorland-to-coast walk, it also leads you through riverside country and a steep wooded gorge. '
'Eskdale has a plethora of paths, lanes and bridle ways to explore, the valley is home to one of the most picturesque rivers in Britain, with easy paths to follow and plenty of welcoming hostelries. For the experienced walker and climber the options are almost endless, with access to some of the best mountains in England. Eskdale provides a challenging environment for the mountain walker, with technical rocky fells, steep climbs, traverses and ghylls to scramble up!'
'It is likely that the Forum will often be discussing contentious issues and that their advice will guide policies and actions of the County Council. Therefore, it is vital that the membership of the forum represents a wide range of interests and is balanced between the wish to increase access and the need to protect the landscape and its economic use ... We're looking for new members to join us, please contact the Secretary for more information.'
'This is an ECC-funded community-based scheme that enables local volunteers to look after and/or promote their local Public Right of Way network. More information is contained in the P3 manual. If you want to volunteer, the Public Rights of Way and Localism Officer will be able to put you in touch with an existing local group, or help you start up your own group.'
'A series of walks in the Essex countryside accessible via public transport.'
Note 'As I have now moved to Dorset, it is unlikely that the overall number of walks will increase, although I will still try to make any necessary changes to the existing walks as they are fed through to me.'
The interactive Map of Public Rights of Way 'is for general purposes only. It is not the statutory Definitive Map which is held at County Hall. District, borough, town and parish councils must also keep copies for their particular areas ... In law the Definitive Map provides conclusive evidence of the existence of any Public Rights of Way shown on it. This interactive map does not'.
'Path stretching frm Epping to Harwich ... You can walk it in stages, or make a holiday of it staying in accommodation along the way ... Along the way there are waymarks posts to help you.'
'Footpath linking Vernon Park in Stockport with the Longdendale Trail in the Peak District near Hadfield.'
Etherow Goyt Valley Way: A Walking Guide [The Tameside Citizen]
'The development of the Exe Estuary Trail is an important element of the County Council's aspirations to encourage more sustainable and healthy travel by walking and cycling ... The Exe Estuary is a fantastic and beautiful place to live, work and visit. As organisations with responsibility for managing aspects of the Estuary we work together in voluntary partnership, balancing competing demands and addressing any conflicts as they arise, to help ensure that the Estuary retains its magic far into the future ...'
Exe Explorer Leaflet [Exe Estuary Management Partnership]
'Provides a great walking experience within the boundaries of Exeter - from green countryside valley parks to the pavements of quiet leafy suburbs.'
Exeter Green Circle [Devon Walks with GPS]
'Information to help you choose a pleasant walk - long or short - through the Riverside Valley Park.'
'A self-guided tour of sculptures on the Streatham Campus of the University of Exeter ... The walk takes approximately two hours. The sculptures can be viewed throughout the year, with internal sculptures accessible from 9am - 4pm on weekdays and external sculptures accessible both on weekdays and at weekends.'
'Whilst Exmoor National Park, the Quantocks Hills and the North Devon Coast are easily accessible and offer fabulous terrain for visitors of all abilities, we would always advise walkers to be fully prepared. Weather conditions on the moors can quickly change at anytime of the year. We would recommend that any group has a 1:25000 map of the area, a Compass and the knowledge to use it, suitable clothing, plus food & drinks to suit the chosen route. We also advise carrying a torch & whistle, first aid kit and emergency shelter if venturing further afield. Mobile Phone reception is extremely variable across the moors, even on the main road networks.'
'Explore Braunton is a community project, established by the North Devon Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership, which aims to bring to life the wealth of resources for local residents, visiting public and school children in a way that has never been seen before.'
'Welcome to the Waveney Valley! The river Waveney defines the border between Norfolk and Suffolk for much of its length. Although the two counties are traditional rivals, seven market towns in the broader region have come together, under the aegis of the Waveney Valley Market Towns Group, to commission a series of unique audio walks that help you explore these jewels ...'
'Darwin's Landscape Laboratory is the house, gardens and countryside near London where Darwin lived and worked for the forty years of his scientific maturity including his work on The Origin of Species ... The South Downs which inspired Charles Darwin continue to excite community groups to explore nature today. More than 250 volunteers, including young people, were trained to observe and record the natural habitat of the area. Walks, talks and leaflets enabled the general public to find out about the biodiversity of the area ...'
Charles Darwin Audio Trails [Bromley Council | Audio Trails]
'Why not visit both parts of the Stonehenge and Avebury WHS? The best way to appreciate both sites is on foot ... Publications on walks are available from the Stonehenge Visitor Centre shop, at Avebury, from the National Trust and the Henge shop. You can also find an interactive map of the Stonehenge landscape on the English Heritage website and circular walks around Stonehenge on the National Trust website. Find suggestions for exploring Avebury on the Ridgeway National Trails website.'
'A walk into the past, around the precinct of Eynsham Abbey. It was created in 2002 to mark the bounds of the former precinct, with carved stone from the abbey built into the engraved 'stations'.The Slideshow includes installation of a new Archaeological Trail ... '
'Circular walks exploring the river and countryside around the pretty village of Eynsham ... Route 2 follows the Thames Path for a little over half the walk, taking a recommended short detour of a couple of hundred yards to stop off for refreshment at the famous Trout Inn at Godstow, overlooking the river. The return route takes you across pretty meadows and skirts Wytham Great Wood to rejoin the Thames Path, bringing you back across Swinford Toll Bridge or alternatively the lock at Eynsham.'
Eynsham Parish Council Footpaths & Rights of Way AND Walks (within 'Countryside' within 'Features')
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