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*Equine Railway Access
Overview

'Lists as many accessible disused railways that have been converted to Greenways as we can find. With 2026 looming with the closure of registering new bridleways and paths, and the danger encountered by road riding, equestrians see this as a valuable traffic free resource ... If you know of a railway line near you that is accessible to horse traffic and/or carriage driving, please let us have the information.'

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David and Jenni Miller

Telford T50 50 Mile Trail
Distance (miles)50
Overview

'Created to celebrate the new town's 50th anniversary in 2018 ... to showcase the many beautiful green spaces, interesting places and industrial heritage that make Telford special ... The Trail was developed by a team of volunteers from Wellington Walkers are Welcome, Telford and East Shropshire Ramblers, Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival, Marches Long Distance Walkers Association and Walking for Health Telford & Wrekin.'

*Hyndburn Borough Council
Overview

'Here in Hyndburn, nestling in the foothills of the western edge of the Pennines, we’re lucky to have right here on our doorstep lots of stunning countryside, moorland hills, woodlands, meadows, parks and open spaces, many among the best in the UK.'

*Hinchingbrooke Country Park
Size (acreage)170
Overview

'Open grassland, meadows, woodlands and lakes ... with a wealth of wildlife everywhere.'

King Arthur Way
Distance (miles)153
Overview

'Long-distance pilgrimage route (or "legendary walk") ... stretching across south-west England ... between Tintagel and Glastonbury.'

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Kevan Manwaring

*Langholm - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'The Langholm Walks Group have waymarked 14 walks in and around the town of Langholm in South West Scotland. The town of Langholm is in Dumfries and Galloway, situated 20 miles north of Carlisle on the western edge of the Border Hills.'

England Coast Path - Walney Island
Distance (miles)16
Overview

'Walney is the eighth largest island in England and it now has a 26km (16 mile) section of the England Coast Path. This new national trail circumnavigates the island, starting and finishing at Jubilee Bridge (where it will eventually connect to the rest of the England Coast Path), offering some stunning landscapes for walkers on the way.'

*Newborough National Nature Reserve and Forest
Size (acreage)1700
Overview

'One of the largest and finest dune systems in Britain. The dunes, coastal marshes, sandy and rocky shores have been shaped over thousands of years by the wind and sea and are home to a dazzling array of plants and animals. Newborough Warren and Ynys Llanddwyn was declared the first coastal National Nature Reserve in Wales in 1955.'

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Natural Resources Wales

Cotton, Culture and Characters [Worktown Walks 1]
Distance (miles)5
Overview

'On this free self-guided walk in north Bolton, you’ll visit sites of early cotton mills, weaving sheds and bleachworks, be introduced to entrepreneurs and workers in the textile industry, but also footballers, singers, Glo-White, a psychoanalyst, fighter pilot, an actor, a DJ, a children’s writer, refugees and rogues.'  The Digital Album 'includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app.'

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Live From Worktown

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'Live from Worktown is a resident-led community arts organisation working in partnership to bring cultural activities to the heart of Bolton.'

*Cornwall AONB
Overview

'The Cornwall AONB contains some of the most stunning landscapes in Cornwall and is one of the most beautiful parts of the UK. The AONB holds a diverse range of landscapes from the rugged uplands of Bodmin Moor and West Penwith to the tranquil estuaries of the Fal, Helford and the Fowey. Its only a short hop from here to the stunning North Cornwall Coast with its dramatic coastal scenery and great collection of surfing beaches. Whether you’re interested in wildlife, heritage, walking or just plain relaxing, the Cornwall AONB has it all!

Worcestershire Public Rights of Way
Overview

'Worcestershire County Council is responsible for the management of the public rights of way network in the county. This responsibility is carried out primarily by the Council's Countryside Service Access Team. With nearly 16,000 individual public rights of way there is a considerable range of issues to address including vegetation growth, signposting and waymarking, repair and replacement of bridges, blocked paths, stiles and gates in need of repair and drainage and surfacing problems.'

*Discover Carlisle
Overview

'CARLISLE a 2000 year old city with two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and one World Heritage Site.'

*komoot
Overview

'From ready-built routes that reveal all of nature’s best-kept secrets, to superior route planning and navigation tech that lets you decide what you want to discover, komoot makes it easy to explore more of the great outdoors—wherever and however you want.'

*Ramblers - Ceredigion Area
Overview

Details of three Groups within the Ceredigion Ramblers' Area.

*Visit Ards and North Down
Overview

'Ards and North Down is jam-packed with things to do. The hardest part of planning your visit will be deciding which to do first!'

Loch Ness 360° Trail
Distance (miles)80
Overview

'Connects the Great Glen Way with the South Loch Ness Trail creating a new long-distance walking, cycling and horseriding route around Loch Ness ... Walking this Scottish trail should take around six days to complete the entire loop.'

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Visit Inverness Loch Ness

*Explore West Norfolk
Overview

'Explore the rural areas of West Norfolk’s heritage and natural environment attractions into themed experiences. Evoke sense of heritage by captivating castles, medieval churches, famous historic houses and heritage sites. With its beautiful rolling countryside enjoy some wonderful walking routes, or take bike for cycling expeditions around the countryside. West Norfolk provides fine nature reserves and outstanding opportunities for bird watching.'

*West Berks Ramblers
Overview

'We publish a programme / newsletter three times a year, towards the end of April, August and December, detailing the walks for the following four months. It is posted or emailed to all group members and to other Ramblers members who have registered with us. Additionally, details of all walks in the programme can be found on the Website and the Ramblers Walk Finder from about a month beforehand and, unless the details say otherwise, you can just turn up at the meeting point on the day. Details of the coach walks (for which pre-booking is required) are listed separately in the programme and on the Website.'

*Kilsyth - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'A strong campaign by Friends of the Kelvin Valley and the Kilsyth & Villages Community Forum led to Kilsyth becoming a Walkers are Welcome accredited town in 2008 ... The area is rich in outdoor opportunities, with the Forth and Clyde Canal and Auchinstarry Marina, Roman Antonine Wall, wildlife reserves, extensive path network and friendly communities.'

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