'The Village of Lacey Green lies along the top of a ridge in the Chiltern Hills, about forty miles north-west of London, above the main Princes Risborough to High Wycombe road. Possibly best known for its windmill, however the many miles of public footpaths and bridleways through the surrounding hills, valleys and woods are also worthy of exploration.'
'This classic long distance route passes through stunning scenery on its 100 mile journey from Skipton to Penrith. Starting from the magnificent Skipton Castle, the walk passes through the very popular Yorkshire Dales on its way into Cumbria and the hidden delights of the Upper Eden Valley.'
'This walk takes about an hour and a half and requires no special footwear. It roughly follows the boundary of the Orchehill Estate, on which much of modern Gerrards Cross was built in the period 1906-1914.'
'The Lagan Canal offers an opportunity to walk along a forgotten history that helped shape Ulster, encunter wildlife, enjoy peace and tranquility, and experience this nationally important heritage site ... The remains of the Canal exist from Lough Neagh to Belfast stretching west to east with the main access route being the M1 motorway.'
Lagan Towpath [WalkNI]
'The audio trails take you on a journey among local heritage and wildlife within the heart of Belfast and Lisburn. Following the Lagan Towpath this 11 mile stretch of shared pathway follows the route of the Lagan Navigation which is made up of sections of man-made canal and the River Lagan.'
'There is a wealth of interesting history associated to the area surrounding Blagdon's Meadow and the River Plym. The Laira is part of the Plym Estuary. It extends north from Laira Bridge to the A38 dual carriageway at Marsh Mills.'
'These are 42 routes across the National Park suitable for people with limited mobility. Wheelchair users, families with pushchairs, dog walkers with less active dogs and the visually impaired can choose from the List.'
'Our visitors' centre and well-stocked shop are the ideal places to start your visit. Join a trail through the woodland and birds are soon all around you ...'
'Lakeland Leisure Walks are easy to follow walks covering routes in all the Lake District's best scenery. Each pack contains 5 Lake District walks in a waterproof sleeve ... Trusted for over 20 years with more than 200,000 copies sold.'
'Lakeland Trails are some of the most inspiring trail running and walking events in the UK, all held within the spectacular landscape of the Lake District National Park. Designed for all ages and abilities, our trail courses range from 10km and 14km -18km, all the way through to half and full marathon distances. Each provide well marked, safe and marshalled journeys along environmentally sustainable bridleways and footpaths that take in some of the most incredible countryside in Britain.'
'Walk between the beautiful Lakeland valleys of Borrowdale, Langdale, Wasdale and culminating in the ascent of Scafell Pike - England's highest mountain. This website is sponsored by the Scafell Hotel, Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel and the Wasdale Head Inn – each one being the bases of climbing and walking in each valley respectively and each owned by experienced mountain walkers.' Unfortunately, the Website Link referenced here seems to have disappeared - so I have replaced it with a related Link.
'Multi-user path offers visitors to Kielder Water & Forest Park a truly unique experience giving access to the most scenic parts of the lake shore and the opportunity to get up close to some of Kielder’s abundant wildlife.'
'Takes in parks, garden squares, churchyards, community gardens and other green spaces of historic interest in Lambeth and west Southwark.'
'The walk starts at the Bronze age fort at Uffington Castle and heads south, following the River Lambourn through Lambourn, Boxford and Speen before a lovely stretch along the Kennet and Avon Canal takes you into Newbury.'
Lambourn Valley Way - A Walk from the Whitehorse Hill to Newbury [West Berkshire Council] (PDF 'Document')
'The Lammermuir Hills act as an upland barrier between the coast and East Lothian to the north and the Borders in the SE. The name (literally "Lamb’s Moor") gives a clue to their character as there are few distinctive peaks; most summits are between 450m and 535m (Meikle Says Law) and many are without cairns or trig points ...'
'If there's one thing that Lancashire is famous for, it's the delicious local produce. Lancashire cheese has been made across the county by generations of dairy farmers. Now you can discover this scrumptious local delicacy on these three cheese trails.'
'Footpath following the Lancashire coastline from Merseyside to Cumbria. The Lancashire coastal walk provides spectacular views of Morecambe Bay, the Bowland Fells and the Lake District, and the opportunity, particularly in spring and autumn, to observe the large variety of waders and seabirds for which the Lancashire coast and estuaries are internationally important.'
Access to full details of the Forum's quarterly Meetings including:  Agenda - - - :  Attendance details - - - :  Agenda reports pack - - - :  Printed minutes
'We are a diverse and friendly group of people who enjoy walking in the beautiful and varied countryside of north west England. As our name suggests, we are particularly keen to use public transport to reach our destinations and we have been promoting this idea for almost forty years. It's a great way to reach our countryside and our leaders often pass on lots of interesting facts about locations and people during walks.'
'The North West of England is famous for its walks, whether it's the rugged peaks of the Lake District, the picturesque Lancashire coast or the tranquility of the West Pennine Moors. Here you'll find dozens of walking guides written - and trodden - by well-known Lancashire author and nature expert Ron Freethy.'
'This series of short walks, which form the 70 mile route of The Lancashire Trail, will take you on a picturesque tour of Lancashire through areas of beautiful countryside with meandering streams and leafy lanes. There are hidden pastures, reservoirs, canal towpaths and woodlands of this beautiful Shire-County to explore, with stunning views over Lancashire and the Cheshire Plain, culminating in a gradual climb to Pendle Hill with unsurpassed scenery all round.'
The Lancashire Trail by Brian Smailes (Challenge Publications, 2003)
'A different walk for every week of the year. Explore the diversity of the Lancashire countryside. A user friendly site for the casual walker ... Bob and John are retired teachers. Over a period of two years they met every week to plan and check routes in Lancashire. This is our attempt to share our walks with a wider audience ...'
'We aim to bring together in one place, the information about Lancashire wildlife published on blogs and websites. To help people discover, enjoy and protect our local natural history.'
'Starts in Barrowford and finishes at Lancaster Castle and commemorates the 400th anniversary of the hanging of the Lancashire Witches.'
'Linking Preston to Kendal, the Lancaster Canal is one of the country’s few coastal canals. Built along the natural lie of the land it offers 41 miles of lock free cruising - the longest stretch in the country. As the canal is naturally level, it also lends itself to gentle walking and cycling as well as canoeing and other outdoor pursuits.'
'Part of an extensive network of Railway Paths which are fantastic for walkers, cyclists and horse-riders. At Lydgetts Junction, this route joins the Waskerley Way and Derwent Valley Railway Paths and the Consett-Sunderland cycle route. At Broompark, it joins the Brandon-Bishops Auckland and Deerness Valley Railway Paths.'
'There is no set route for this, one of the ultimate walking challenges in the UK and whatever the chosen route, it will not be less than 850 miles. There are inherent dangers in using lanes/roads but there are various established long distance routes of which advantage can be taken to avoid such hazards ...'
'A 334 mile Trail from Land's End to Avebury ... The LDWA, with the benefit of digital mapping, makes the distance 303 miles. Undoubtedly they are correct.'
'The Walk starts at the Village Hall, formerly the Village Institute, which was built in 1890 for the benefit of the parish on land given by the Earl of Gainsborough. Prior to this there had been an Institute and Reading Room in a cottage. It was for men only ...'
'it is now possible to walk around the entire perimeter of Langstone Harbour, following the "Langstone Harbour Waterside Walk". Waymarkers clearly mark the 14 mile route, which can be completed in its entirety in 5 or 6 hours, depending on your pace. The Waterside Walk will lead you through many of the harbour's nature reserves, as well as showing you parts of Langstone Harbour's more industrial side ...'
'Map of Langton Green and the surrounding villages of Ashurst, Speldhurst, and Groombridge, shows the footpaths that interlink them. Highlighted on the map are three suggested circular walks that start and finish at the car park of the recreation ground, located along the Langton - Speldhurst Road.'
'An easy-paced eleven mile circuit around south Warwickshire taking in canal-side walking, woodland paths, and arable farmland.'
'A way marked footpath of 13 miles between Bury St Edmunds and Mildenhall. It includes riverside, woodland, heathland and parkland sections, including West Stow Country Park, Culford Hall and Lackford Wildfowl Reserve.'
Lark Valley Path [Stephen and Lucy Dawson]
'Philip Larkin is widely considered to be Britain's greatest post-war poet. Born in Coventry in 1922, he lived the greater part of his working life in Hull, having moved here in his early 30s to take up the post of University Librarian ...'
'Larne town and its surrounding area has some great places to walk - coastal and inland, riverside, parkland, forest and valley, long and short.'
'Lauder is situated beside the River Leader on one of the oldest routes between Edinburgh and England. It lies in a lush valley near the foot of the Lammermuir Hills. The earliest mentions of Lauder are when it was known as Lawedir (12-15th century), Loweder (c.1300) and Lawdir (1574). Lauder is in a perfect location for the visitor and local alike to enjoy the peace and beauty of the Borders.'
'This Trail covers much of that part of Launceston which was the core of the Mediaeval town built within the Town Wall, now designated as a Conservation Area of Outstanding Status. It contains examples of every significant type of architecture since the Norman Conquest.'
'Back in 1985, a head-over-heels fan of Cider with Rosie, I spent a day exploring Slad with Laurie Lee as my guide. I've never forgotten the deep and amused affection that the author showed for the little South Gloucestershire village where he grew up ...'
Celebrating the Laurie Lee Centenary [Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust]
'A self-guided walk from Lavenham to Long Melford - through woods and open fields - largely following the route of the old GER Lavenham to Long Melford railway line. The walk provides the opportunity to see wild flowers alongside birds and animal wildlife in their natural habitat. You start and finish in these two well-preserved medieval "wool" villages.'
'Follows a route near Bovington along country lanes and through leafy woodland and heathland. This circular trail starts and finishes at Bovington's famous Tank Museum, taking in Lawrence of Arabia's home at Clouds Hill and his last resting place - the cemetery at Moreton.'
'Long-distance path located between Leagrave, the source of the River Lea near Luton, and the Thames, at Limehouse Basin, Limehouse, east London. From its source much of the walk is rural. At Hertford the path follows the towpath of the River Lee Navigation, and it becomes increasingly urbanised as it approaches London. The walk was opened in 1993 and is waymarked throughout using a swan logo.'
'A pleasant, waymarked 3½ mile (5½ km) walk linking Leamington and Warwick.'
'Ledbury is a market town in east Herefordshire. It is named after the river Leadon, which runs through the area. In the Domesday Survey of 1086 it is recorded as "Liedeberge" ... In the 12th century Ledbury had a Bishop's Palace and the Bishop of Hereford was formally lord of the manor of Ledbury. For some time Ledbury was the most valuable of all the manors held by the Bishop.'
'The Lee Valley offers all kinds of walking in Hertfordshire, Essex and London. There are 26 miles of riverside trails to enjoy and quiet, car-free walking routes through nature reserves and peaceful urban spaces. Whether you fancy a gentle family stroll, a guided walk or a lengthy hike, the Lee Valley fits the bill. Many paths are surfaced for all-weather walking and easy pushchair or wheelchair use, and with an abundance of wildlife habitats and heritage sites there’s always plenty to see and do.'
'You can get to know Lee-on-the-Solent better by taking a circular walk around the town and seafront described in the leaflet Lee-on-the-Solent Historical Tour of the Town and Seafront ... It passes some of the most important landmarks in the history of Lee-on-the-Solent. Starting at the Interpretation panel on the Seafront, the route passes through the town centre, along the site of a Medieval track, through the Victorian and Edwardian planned town and back along the seafront promenade, with its dramatic views of the Solent and the Isle of Wight.'
'This is my guide to the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. This site has hundreds of annotated photographs which I hope you will find interesting whether you enjoy walking, cycling or just taking a virtual trek along the towpaths of Britain's canals. '
Leeds and Liverpool Canal [Gerry Cordon: That's How The Light Gets In]
'A walk along the canal towpath & Pennine Way, with some hills, stiles and muddy paths.'
'Footpath around Leeds that takes users through some of the beautiful and varied countryside surrounding the city.'
'If you're interested in the history of Leeds, the Leeds Industrial Heritage Trail is the ideal way to find out more about people, places and spaces that have made this multicultural and vibrant city what it is today. The Trail is easy to follow on foot and most of the places of interest are within walking or cycling distance of each other.'
Our Heritage [M&S]
'Meets around four times a year and has a membership of up to 12 members. You can find the minutes of meetings in the Documents section ... Forum members bring a wide range of experience, including recreational use (e.g. walking, riding, cycling) and land management, to the Forum ... If you would like to contact the Forum or register an interest in becoming a member, please email ...'
'This linear walk takes you through Cuilcagh Mountain Park. The Park and Marble Arch Caves were jointly award the title of UNESCO European Geopark in October 2001, followed by UNESCO Global Geopark status in 2004 ...' Note that - apart from this enticing photograph - details of this Walk seems to have been lost during the change from Fermanagh to Fermanagh & Omagh District Council. You could peruse instead the description of the Cuilcagh Way on the WalkNI Site.
'Leicester has a history that is rich and diverse, but how do we begin to understand it? Our historic Churches can help us. They are important centres of interest, shedding a fascinating light on particular developments and events over the centuries. These Churches are here for you to visit them. Come as pilgrims, or come with an interest in religion, architecture, art or history.'
'Join one of our walking programmes for short, easy walks in Leicester. Every walker gets a free Get Walking pack, step counter and other goodies. All ages and abilities are welcome. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult on all our walks.' However: 'Funding ended in early 2016 and the project has been discontinued.'
'A twelve-mile long green corridor running through the city along the River Soar and the Grand Union Canal. It is regionally important for wildlife and comprises a network of open spaces, nature reserves and parks ...'
Maps of Paths 'How to find information about the routes of public footpaths, bridleways and byways in Leicestershire, and about the Definitive Map and Statement.'
'Members of the public are welcome to attend all main meetings of the Forum ... The Forum covers the area of Leicestershire County Council. Another Forum covers the City of Leicester. The Forum debates topical countryside access and recreation issues and advises Government at all levels, and particularly the County Council.'
'To mark the centenary of the Association members devised a walk of 100 miles around Leicestershire and called it "The Leicestershire Round".'
'Circular walk, based on Leigh-on-Sea railway station, includes a climb to see the ruins of Hadleigh Castle, a walk along Benfleet Downs and a return walk along Benfleet Creek alongside Hadleigh Marsh.'
'The second in a series of parish walks and rides produced by Leicestershire County Council to commemorate the centenary of parish councils in 1994. It offers a day long stroll between Belton-in-Rutland and the County town Oakham.'
NOTE that the Links to the 'References' in the Wikipedia article seem currently to be broken (as at 1 September 2016); but Somerset County Council write that 'a guide to the Leland Trail is available from South Somerset Tourist Information Centres' (see Long Distance Walking Route 11).
'An invigorating walk in the footsteps of the giant Rombald crossing rough open moorland, walking mainly on well used paths, many of which can be wet and muddy in places. Although the first half of the walk involves several stiles and some hill climbing, there's nothing too strenuous.'
'The Greenway is a circular route that surrounds the Garden City estate allowing you to discover the countryside without ever straying far from the town; it truly is "where town and country meet" ... If you are looking for a smaller trail in Letchworth Garden City, look no further. Here you can find a series of circular walks, all linking to the Greenway. All starting points can be identified on the Greenway Map.'
'The Letcombe Brook, much loved by local people, is a chalk stream that runs from Letcombe Regis to East Hanney, providing water for local use today. It is home to protected species such as white-clawed crayfish and water voles. Chalk streams are globally rare, so the Letcombe Brook Project was set up in April 2003 to enhance and protect the natural beauty of the Brook.'
'Levi Stephenson was one of the early traders who summed up the spirit of Cleethorpes. Born 1815, he appears on the Cleethorpes Coat of Arms ...'
Two walks based on the (out-of-print) book "Through the Lanes of Leyland": 'The book attempted to cover most parts of Leyland by taking two walks through the old country lanes of the village that now make up the main thoroughfares of the town'.
Peter Houghton and Leyland Historical Society
Download from the Website PDFs of six walks, two from the Society's 'History Walks' series, four from their 'Wanstead Flats History Walks'.
Leyton & Leytonstone Historical Society
'This attractive route links Rugby and Leamington Spa passing pretty villages, wildlife reserves, reservoirs and canals. From the centre of Rugby, the route follows the Great Central Way, and soon passes two Wildlife Trust Sites: Ashlawn Cutting and Cock Robin Wood ...'
'Take a walk along the Lichfield Canal's Heritage Towpath Trail and discover a world of fascinating industrial and cultural history, find Lichfield's top places to visit and enjoy an important corridor for wildlife and nature.' A work in progress - comments invited!
'Although one of the smallest cathedral cities in England, Lichfield has a rich and varied past. This self-guided tour will help you to discover some of Lichfield's heritage through the stories of its people and buildings.'
Lichfield District Council
'This site is about the town of Limavady in the beautiful Roe Valley in Northern Ireland. Amongst other things you can read about local history, adventurous scenery and some rather strange local characters - several of whom are connected with yows and cows ... There could also be some border collies.'
'The Limehouse Cut was the first navigable canal to be dug in London and provides a pleasant and interesting green walk between Limehouse Basin in the west and the River Lea to the east ... The walk is about 2.5 kilometres in length to the Lea Navigation at Bow Locks and 3 kilometres in length to Three Mills.'
Three Mills and the Canals [AA Walks and Bike Rides]
'Joining the limestone of the Cotswolds to that of the Mendip Hills. It is a connecting route between the Cotswold Way at Cold Ashton and the West Mendip Way at Shipham. Between the two, the route passes through the valleys and villages south of Bath. Except for an ascent at each end, the walk is mostly flat and not strenuous.'
Limestone Link [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]
'Here’s a trail that needs just a day – the Limestone Link between Kirkby Lonsdale and Arnside, traversing the limestone upland along the Lancashire-Cumbria border and starting and ending at places with good public transport links.' However note that I have repplaced the Link in 'Lancashire Walks' by another one to a Walk in the same vicinity, as the original seems no longer to be operative.
'Derbyshire's longest distance trail covering the whole length of the county from Rocester in the south just over the border in Staffordshire, to Castleton in the north west of Derbyshire, a total of about 50 miles ... A complete route guide with description, maps and photos is available from Derbyshire Dales District Council.'
'Join us on the Linacre Reservoir Audio Trail as we circumnavigate the three small reservoirs, passing through an attractive mixture of deciduous and coniferous woodland.'
Leaflets containing 'detailed access information for 12 countryside sites across Lincolnshire. They include woodland, lakes, coast and nature reserves ... Each leaflet provides information on path surfaces, gradients, cross-slopes as well as the location of seats, steps and gates'. PDFs or order Pack online.
An overview of a possible route for a Lincolnshire Coast Path 'There is currently no official Lincolnshire Coast Path although Natural England are committed to having something in place as part of the English Coast Path by 2020. This overview details the current possible routes taken from research conducted into a walk between Cleethorpes and Boston during September 2014.'
'Discover and explore the Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes’ unique landscape, heritage and wildlife on foot.'
There are two Forums in Lincolnshire:  Mid Lincolnshire Local Access Forum – a joint forum with NE Lincolnshire - - - :  South Lincolnshire & Rutland Local Access Forum – a joint forum with Rutland County Council.'
'There are over 90 Groups across the County ... Grants may be available from the County Council for:  Equipment - - - :  Materials - - - :  Volunteer training - - - :  Insurance - - - :  Specialist services (for example, mowing) - - - :  Promotional material' However: The Parish Paths Partnership Scheme will no longer be available from 1 April 2016.
'This 80 mile circular walk has been designed to take in the best of the Wolds and keeps to the high ground whenever possible. It has been broken down into 5 stages, averaging 6 hours walking per day. In this way it can be completed in a week’s holiday with a day to relax at the end or at an intermittent point chosen by the walker ...'
'Walk through the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is organised into eight stages with an alternative route ending.'
Lindsey Loop [Lincolnshire Ramblers]
'The County Council in partnership with the British Driving Society, the British Horse Society and other organisations has established a 69 mile trail across the Lincolnshire Wolds suitable for carriage drivers, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.'
Lincolnshire County Council
'This walk takes in some of the best views in West Lothian including Linlithgow Palace ... The Palace is one of the most impressive ruins in Scotland, and where Mary Queen of Scots was born in 1542 – well worth a visit.'
'There are few better ways to get to know Belfast than through the eyes and words of its writers. The Literary Belfast iPhone app takes you on a journey through the city and the many shades of our history, from the splendour of Belfast City Hall and the notable lives commemorated in Writer's Square, to back alleys and quiet suburban streets where our finest writers lived, walked and worked ...'
'A circular walk around Harrow on the Hill where Lord Byron and Anthony Trollope went to school.'
'This walk starts and finishes at the picturesque Little Venice and takes you through the beautiful green corridor of The Regent's Canal, Primrose Hill and St John's Wood ...'
Note from the Canal & River Trust: 'We’ve previously hosted the details of a number of different walking and cycling routes. However, when we looked at them closely we weren’t convinced that all of our routes were completely accurate. We don’t want you to get lost trying to follow one of our routes and so we have removed them for now. We would like to add them back onto our website for everyone to enjoy. If you think you could spare the time to go and check one of our old routes, make sure the distance is correct and fill us in on the best parking spots and transport links then please email us ... In the meantime you can find some great canal and river walking routes at iFootpath ...'
Regents Canal [Annierak]
Bringsty Common 'is a wonderful location for some fantastic walks and the pub can be a great starting place ... Remember you can walk anywhere across Bringsty Common, except in people's gardens, so there's no need to keep to any path, if you want to be a free spirit. It's a wonderful place for walking of all kinds – long, short or very short!'
'Several fascinating heritage trails around Liverpool have been, and will be, created to help guide visitors around the city whilst looking at specific subjects.' Unfortunately - at the time of Review - the Site originally cited here could not be raised; so I have replaced the Link.
'The trail takes you around the town to 12 different boards, each board highlighting key buildings and their architectural features. Each board also relates some of the town's history.'
'The Town Trail has been established in recent years by the local authority which has placed large informative boards at fifteen locations in Llandudno town each with a distinctive circular map ... and detailed information on nearby places of interest and a recommended walking route between these 15 trail markers to encompass the whole town.'
Note 'This website was originally developed and edited by the late Noel Whalley ... Last updated, April 2009'
Llandudno Town Trail [Visit Llandudno]
'Ideally situated just minutes away from the M4, offering the perfect get away retreat where the emphasis is on relaxation and enjoyment. With woodland walks, self-guided vineyard tours and wine tastings, you can work up an appetite for a delicious lunch, or a traditional afternoon tea with a local flavour ...'
Llanerch Vineyard [Visit Wales]
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