Country: England

www.visitpendle.com

Starting fromPendle Borough Council
Overview

'Family and short walks in Pendle ... Medium length walks in Pendle ... Long walks in Pendle ... Heritage and town trails in Pendle ... Sculpture Trails in Pendle'

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www.buckscc.gov.uk/services/environment/exploring-the-countryside/

Category:Buckinghamshire
Starting fromBuckinghamshire County Council
Overview

'There are over 2,500 miles of public rights of way, including footpaths, bridleways and National Trails in Buckinghamshire. We have 35 promoted routes covering the whole of Buckinghamshire including 3 short and 2 long routes for cyclists and horse riders.'

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www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy.html

Category:Chiltern
Navigate the Website>>> Walks & Rides
Overview

'The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.'

The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. You will find long, medium and short distance walks and bike rides, stile-free and easy access walks and plenty of walks starting from rail stations. For most of these routes you can download a leaflet that contains a route map and information on points of interest. - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
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www.eastmidlandsu3as.org.uk

Category:East Midlands
Overview

'Because of its geographical size the Region has divided itself into five County Networks of U3As: [1] Derbyshire - - - : [2] Leicestershire & Rutland - - - : [3] Lincolnshire - - - : [4] Northamptonshire - - - : [5] Nottinghamshire.'

www.walkalton.org.uk

Category:East Hampshire
Starting fromAlton
Overview

'Walk Alton brings together representatives from local walking groups and clubs such as Walking for Health and Alton Ramblers, and from Alton Town Council and local businesses. Walk Alton aims to support and develop walking activities in the Alton area, both for recreation and to support local initiatives to improve people’s health, and to work with the local community, businesses, walking-related organizations & local authorities ... In January 2019, Walk Alton was successful in regaining Walkers are Welcome accreditation for the town.'

Description from

Walk Alton

Area

www.arun-adur-ramblers.org.uk

Category:Adur & Worthing
Overview

'Our group is centred around Worthing, close to the South Downs National Park. Our walks range from Chichester to Eastbourne, with many local ones.'

Area

www.ashfield.gov.uk/visiting/tourism-and-travel/walking-in-ashfield/

Category:Ashfield
Overview

'The district consists of three towns and many smaller villages situated in beautiful countryside that offers expansive views, especially from the highest points in Nottinghamshire, which sit within Ashfield.'

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www.kentishstour.org.uk/major-projects/agc-cr/

Category:Ashford
Starting fromSingleton Lake
Overview

'Ashford Green Corridor is a green space that runs through the town of Ashford in Kent, England. The Green Corridor is made up of parks, recreation grounds and other green spaces alongside the rivers that flow through Ashford.'

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Area

ashtonwalkingclub.weebly.com

Category:Tameside
Overview

'The Club was formed in 1931 and caters for all ages and walking abilities. Over the years it has grown to a membership of 200 approximately, with a variety of walks graded, strolling, easy & moderate / strenuous.'

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www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/planning-and-environment/walking-cycling-an...

Category:Broxtowe
Starting fromAttenborough Nature Reserve
Overview

'This site of special scientific interest (SSSI) is one of the most important sites for conservation in the East Midlands. In 1929 sand and gravel extraction began, providing materials and infrastructure in the Nottingham area.  After a period of restoration the now water-filled pits and islands provide food, shelter and freedom from disturbance for many species of wildlife.'

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sites.google.com/site/aylesburyanddistrictramblers/

Category:Aylesbury Vale
Starting fromAylesbury
Overview

'We are a friendly, informal group with nearly 300 members ... Join us for great walks in the Aylesbury area ... We organise about 120 walks a year, suitable for all abilities. Everything from 4 to 14 miles. Some are leisurely, some strenuous, but most are somewhere in between. So, why not give us a try?'

www.barrowramblers.co.uk

Overview

'Established in 1930, and currently has over 350 members. A private coach is operated every Sunday to deliver members into the heart of the English Lake District. Members are offered a choice of 3 walks to suit their own capabilities ...'

www.barrowbc.gov.uk/visitors/walking-leaflets/

Overview

'Discover Barrow on Foot, a selection of walking leaflets are available here for you to download ...'

www.berkshirewalkers.co.uk

Category:Berkshire
Overview

'Our walking and social group is aimed at people in their 20s and 30s and is part of the Ramblers Association. We are based in Berkshire, mainly around Reading, Newbury and Slough and provide walks at a variety of lengths on weekends and summers evenings.'

Area

www.blaby.gov.uk/resident/leisure-and-parks/

Category:Blaby
Navigate the Website>>> Parks and Open Spaces
Overview

'The Council has a wide range of fantastic green spaces, these provide the opportunity for an enjoyable walk, a family day out and to keep in touch with nature.'

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www.northumberland.gov.uk/Local/Country-parks-visitor-centres-coastal-...

Navigate the Website>>> Blyth & Seaton Sluice links and foreshore
Starting fromBlyth and Seaton Sluice
Overview

'Located between Blyth and the county boundary at Seaton Sluice, the 5km of bays, links and foreshore offer something for everyone who wants to visit the beautiful Northumberland coast. A bay of golden sand, dunes and rock pools to explore, and the chance to spot some spectacular wildlife along the coastline.'

www.bolsover.gov.uk/index.php/resident/outdoor-recreationr?accid=6

Category:Bolsover
Overview

'Set amongst attractive countryside, the district is served by a network of accessible trails and walks. These walks meander through towns and villages incorporating disused railway tracks and public rights of way. Each trail has its own information leaflet detailing each walk and highlighting the interesting features en-route.'

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www.ramblers.org.uk/boston

Category:Boston
Overview

'Founded in the year 1970 ... We are a lively, friendly and broad-age range group and you're very welcome to try walking with us, or to get involved in looking after paths and green spaces and opening up new places to explore.'

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www.meetup.com/Bournemouth-Boghoppers-Walking-Group/

Category:Bournemouth
Overview

'We are into walking, dining out, theatre, cinema, country pubs, barbecues, making friends and socialising. The group was called the Bournemouth Boghoppers 25 years ago when we took over from the original S.E. Dorset YHA Group. The nickname has stuck and has become our official title. We have no fixed age range but most of the members are in their forties, fifties & early sixties. We aim to have regular Sunday walks in the Purbecks, across Dorset and the New Forest. Please note that this group does not allow dogs on the walks. The walks are usually 7 to 10 miles. But we are not all about walking; we are very much a social group as well.'

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Area

www.bradgatepark.org/events-and-guided-walks

Category:Charnwood
Size (acreage)830
Starting fromBradgate Park
Overview

'Extending to 830 acres of publicly accessible countryside the Park has a wild and rugged aspect that you do not expect to find so close to the city with dramatic rocky outcrops and gnarled old oak trees, many of which are well over 500 years old ...'

Description from

The Bradgate Park Trust

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www.brentwood.gov.uk

Category:Brentwood
Starting fromBrentwood Borough Council
Overview

Access to a range of Countryside Walks leaflets in and around Brentwood.

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Area

www.oadby-wigston.gov.uk/pages/brocks_hill_country_park

Category:Oadby & Wigston
Starting fromBrocks Hill Country Park
Overview

'Since opening in 1999, Brocks Hill Country Park has received increasing interest as a place for informal recreation and now attracts over 150,000 visitors per year ...'

u3asites.org.uk/broxbourne

Category:Broxbourne
Starting fromThe Spotlight, Hoddesdon
Overview

'We now have approximately 70 interest groups ranging from the Arts to World Faiths, Line Dancing to London Walks, French for Beginners to French Boules, Play Reading to Pub Lunches. There's something for everyone. A warm welcome is guaranteed and you can be sure to make new friends. Broxbourne U3A was formed in the year 2000 and we currently have approximately 1000 members.'

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www.hertslink.org/cms/getactive/placestovisit/broxbournewoods/

Category:Broxbourne
Navigate the Website>>> Walkers Guide [PDF]
Starting fromBroxbourne Woods
Overview

'Charming ancient woodland, diverse wildlife and rich history make Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve (NNR) a truly magnificent place to be. As Hertfordshire’s only NNR, Broxbourne Woods is a very large area of sessile oak and hornbeam woodland at the northern most part of its natural range.'

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www.broxtowe.gov.uk

Category:Broxtowe
Navigate the Website>>> A-Z of Services >>> 'Walking'
Starting fromBroxtowe Borough Council
Overview

'Explore the beautiful borough of Broxtowe on foot  ...'

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www.burghley.co.uk/about-burghley/gardens-deer-park/

Category:South Kesteven
Starting fromBurghley House
Overview

'The gardens and parkland that you see today at Burghley were largely designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown in the 18th century. Today, sweeping vistas down to the spires of Stamford with the backdrop of the House create the perfect canvas for open air classical concerts, wedding receptions, events or just a quiet stroll with the dog.'

www.leicscountryparks.org.uk/burrough-hill-country-park/

Category:Melton
Size (acreage)85
Starting fromBurrough Hill
Overview

'One of the most striking and historic features in the landscape of eastern Leicestershire. The well-preserved Iron Age hill fort dramatically crowns a steep-sided promontory of land reaching 210m (690 ft), with superb views. A prominent landmark and ready-made arena, the hill has long been a place for public recreation. As well as the grassy hilltop the country park offers diverse wildlife habitats and varied areas to visit ... Since 1970 Leicestershire County Council has leased this 35 hectare site from the Ernest Cook Trust.'

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www.lovecaistor.co.uk/things-to-do/walking/

Category:West Lindsey
Starting fromCaistor
Overview

'Around Caistor and the Lincolnshire Wolds we’re absolutely spoilt for walks, so why not come and see for yourself. Described by the Guardian as a "rambler's paradise", we have some of the best walks in Lincolnshire. So whether you’re looking for short walks, long walks, gudied walks, historic walks, woody walks, hilly walks, pub walks or dog walks, we have it all in and around Caistor.'

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www.forestryengland.uk/cannock-chase-forest

Category:Cannock Chase
Navigate the Website>>> Trails for Everyone
Starting fromBirches Valley Forest Centre
Overview

'The prefect starting point for a woodland walk. From a gentle stroll around the Route to Health with lots to see and do, to longer walks around the picturesque Fairoak or Sherbrook valleys.'

Walks described here by

www.leicester.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/parks-and-open-spaces/our-par...

Size (acreage)250
Starting fromCastle Hill Country Park
Overview

'Castle Hill Country Park, located on the north western fringe of the city, is one of Leicester's largest and more recent parks ... Established in the early 1980's the park comprises some 250 acres of grassland, plantation and broad leaved woodland. The A46, Leicester Western By Pass divides the park into two linear sections'.

Description from

Leicester City Council

www.clog.org.uk

Overview

'We are a walking group for people living in and around London who enjoy getting out and enjoying our great countryside.'

chaderby.wixsite.com/chaderby

Category:Derby
Overview

'The Club exists to promote rambling and walking. Chiefly walks are in Derbyshire in the Peak district, though occasionally walks drift further afield by way of variety. We are open to everyone regardless of status, and welcome new members. Walks are planned and led by various members, and new ideas for walks are always needed, we do not want to get into a rut!'

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www.charnwood.gov.uk/pages/walkingforhealth

Category:Charnwood
Overview

Access PDFs of about a score of walks around and about Charnwood; also a number of related documents.

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www.chatsworth.org/park/

Size (acreage)1000
Starting fromBaslow
Overview

'Chatsworth's Park covers about 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) and is open to the public free of charge all year-round, except for the south-east section, known as the Old Park, which is not open since it is used for breeding by the herds of red and fallow deer.'

Description from

Chatsworth

See also

Chatsworth Walk [Discover Derbyshire and the Peak District]

www.chelmsfordyha.org.uk

Category:Chelmsford
Overview

'We have weekends away about once a month to Youth Hostels and bunkhouses around the country, occassional local Sunday walks, and various social events in and around Chelmsford. Also there are longer trips such as New Year in the Peak District, Easter in the Lake District or a week in Scotland. Most trips are based around hill walking, and we also have some cycling weekends and other outdoor activities.'

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Area

www.broxbourne.gov.uk/leisure-parks-and-green-spaces/cheshunt-park

Navigate the Website>>> Cheshunt Park History Trail [PDF]
Size (acreage)235
Starting fromCheshunt
Overview

'This large Green Flag accredited park is the green heart of the Borough with a large part of the 235 acres covered by a wildflower meadow with hay cut once a year.'

Description from

Borough of Broxbourne

Nearby

www.chesterwalking.org.uk

Starting fromChester
Overview

'Friendly group of people from Chester, Wirral and North Wales who enjoy walking, socialising and weekends away ... Chester and District Walking Group was formerly known as Chester YHA Walking Group prior to a name-change in 2007. The group was founded in the 1980s although it has been suggested that our walk origins go back as far as the 1940s and 50s.'

Area

chesterfieldramblers.com

Category:Ramblers Groups
Overview

'Our programme contains regular walks throughout the year from four miles upwards and from easy to strenuous. There are walks accessible by public transport and by car. We feature themed walks, evening walks, and rambles for the visually impaired – and are the main contributor to the local Walking Festival.'

Nearby

www.chesterfieldyoungramblers.co.uk

Category:Chesterfield
Overview

'Put simply, we are a friendly group of people who enjoy walking around the Peak District and Chesterfield area. We are a relaxed and informal group who want to combine walking with other activities including social events and weekends away. Our goal is to offer a wide range of walks and events that best suits all of our members.'

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www.bradford.gov.uk

Category:Bradford
Navigate the Website>>> A to Z of Services >>> Walking (Sport and Activities)
Starting fromCity of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
Overview

'The Countryside and Rights of Way Service aims to protect, enhance, promote and inform responsible public enjoyment of Bradford's natural environment and rights of way network. The Countryside of Bradford covers over 140 square miles (375 square km) and includes some of the finest and most distinctive landscapes in the region ...'

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www.york.gov.uk/info/20079/open_spaces/766/countryside_walks

Category:York
Overview

'We promote a range of walks within the area from short circular walks to longer distances such as the Millennium Way.'

Nearby

claphamcommon.net

Starting fromClapham Common
Overview

'One of London's largest open spaces, measuring 87 hectares, situated between Clapham, Battersea and Balham.'

Description from

Friends of Clapham Common

Nearby

clarewalks.co.uk/walkers-are-welcome/

Category:St Edmundsbury
Starting fromClare
Overview

'Clare is beautifully situated in the Upper Stour Valley and there are literally dozens of footpaths and bridleways waiting to be explored, as well as a unique range of heritage assets, including the ruins of a Norman castle, Victorian railway buildings, a Wool Church, a country park and the River Stour.'

Description from

Clare Walkers

Area

clarecastlecountrypark.co.uk

Category:St Edmundsbury
Starting fromClare Castle Country Park
Overview

'Situated to the south of the picturesque, historic town of Clare, just two minutes' walk from the town centre, Clare Castle Country Park is a beautiful quiet area to relax, play, get close to nature and learn about Clare's fascinating history.'

See also

Clare-UK

Area

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clent-hills

Size (acreage)440
Starting fromNear Romsley
Overview

'A stunning countryside haven in the heart of the busy Midlands. Explore the miles of footpaths, bridleways and easy access trails offering breathtaking panoramic views over the Cotswolds, Shropshire Hills and Welsh borders ... The North Worcestershire Path goes through Clent Hill and Walton Hill and connects the Waseley Hills on one side and Hagley on the other. There are also footpaths connecting local villages such as Romsley, Clent, Lower Clent and Hagley.'

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www.coleorton.org.uk/walks_and_footpaths.html

Starting fromColeorton
Overview

'The parish of Coleorton has an extensive network of public footpaths. Some say this is because workers at Coleorton Hall would walk the shortest distance across the fields from their outlying cottages. But looking at some of the footpaths on the map they seem much more random. We also have parts of The Ivanhoe Way which is a circular route around Leicestershire and the Mining Heritage Trail.'

www.crows-coop.co.uk

Starting fromUpper Calder and Ryburn Valleys
Overview

'Aims to maintain and repair Rights of Way and permissive paths in the Upper Calder and Ryburn valleys and to report to the local council on the condition of the Rights of Way network.'

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www.countesthorpeu3a.co.uk/activity-groups.php

Category:Blaby
Navigate the Website>>> Walking (CARE) | Walking (SWANS)
Starting fromCountesthorpe
Overview

'The name Countesthorpe originates from the 11th century when the area was part of the marriage dowry of the Countess Judith niece of William the Conqueror. The "thorpe" part of the name is a variant of the Middle English word thorp, meaning hamlet or small village.'

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www.copsecroydon.co.uk/index.php

Overview

'Walking and cycling form the core of the outdoor programme, although Club Members often organise other exciting one day, weekend or full week holidays, involving activities like caving, canoeing, climbing, skiing and windsurfing. We attempt to put something back into the community by arranging conservation projects, a "wheelchair ramble" and support for the charity "Shelterbox".'

Nearby

www.curiousabout.co.uk/maps/eastmidlands.php

Category:East Midlands
Overview

'The East Midlands encompasses a host of interesting places to explore. In the west is the Peak District National Park, with wonderful days of walking. Lincolnshire to the east is England's 2nd largest county, and is an outstanding area of ever-changing landscapes, from magnificent Lincoln Minster to stunning Stamford, a famous Stone town. In between there are lovely rivers, ancient castles, historical tales and arresting architecture to uncover - real gems which many don't know of, but which maybe they should!'

www.dales-walking-group.co.uk

Category:North Yorkshire
Overview

'ARE YOU SINGLE? Do you like walking in the Yorkshire Dales? Would you like to walk in the beautiful Dales with a friendly group of like minded people? make new friends? keep fit and healthy? Then why not join the Dales Walking Group ... We are a group of friendly people aged around 55 and over although whatever your age if you enjoy walking at a steady pace you would be very welcome to join us.'

u3asites.org.uk/deepings

Category:South Kesteven
Starting fromThe Deepings
Overview

The Deepings 'are the adjoining villages near the River Welland, 8 miles to the north of Peterborough and 10 miles or so east of Stamford in England. The area is just north of the Peterborough border in the Lincolnshire fens. The Deepings include: Deeping Gate, Deeping St James, Deeping St Nicholas, Market Deeping and West Deeping'.

www.dashgroup.org.uk

Category:Derby
Overview

'Although ... we do many things, what we do most is walk. Hardly surprising with the Peak District on the doorstep. Most Sundays see a day walk of varying lengths and difficulty.'

Nearby

www.derbyramblers.org.uk

Category:Derby
Overview

'Before you join the Group why not come out on some walks with us. Just contact the leader of any walk you are interested in and find out if it is suitable for you and that you have the right fitness, equipment etc. We hope to see you out in Derbyshire ...'

Nearby

www.visitderby.co.uk/things-to-do/parks-outdoors/derby-arboretum/

Category:Derby
Size (acreage)20
Starting fromRose Hill
Overview

'Derby Arboretum was the first public park in Britain and was a trend-setter in that Central Park in New York was based upon its design! Located just south of the city centre, it's a Grade II listed picturesque park with a fine collection of trees.'

Description from

Discover Derby

See also

Derby Arboretum [Derby City Council]

Nearby

www.derby.gov.uk/transport-and-streets/walking/derby-walks/

Category:Derby
Starting fromDerby City Council
Overview

'As part of our countryside management work, we have got together a series of free walks and activities which are led by local groups.'

Nearby

www.derbywayfarers.org.uk

Category:Derby
Overview

'We are a small, friendly walking club of varying abilities. Our Programme aims to be inclusive, so walks range from about four miles to twelve, with the occasional longer one thrown in for the more intrepid! Most walks take place on a Sunday:- a full day once a fortnight; - a morning ramble on one of the remaining Sundays. Also, monthly on a Tuesday: - a short to medium walk. In the winter, we have a monthly evening meeting, but this is replaced by a walk in the summer.'

Nearby

www.discoverdartmouth.com

Starting fromDartmouth Visitor Centre
Overview

'Walking is one of the best ways to get to know an area, and get a little exercise at the same time. Walks in Dartmouth are everywhere – the town is situated on the South West Coast Path and in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and so a range of walks accessible all year round are on offer. Choose from short easy historical trails, more moderate river walks, or challenging coastal hikes – whichever you choose, the views from every direction are rewarding. We’ve listed just a few of our top walks in and around Dartmouth for you to try.'

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Area

www.discoveringbritain.org/activities/east-midlands/

Category:East Midlands
Overview

'A landscape of gentle rural valleys and vibrant urban cultures. Find out about the region's magnificent limestone landscapes and national parks. Explore Britain's turbulent agricultural history and find the clues for it in the landscape today. Discover some of Britain's most diverse cities and relish its variety and cuisine. Understand how the urban centres of Derby, Nottingham, Leicester and Lincoln grew into thriving towns.'

www.dronfieldfootpaths.org.uk

Starting fromDronfield
Overview

'Formed in 1989 to save and improve local paths. We now have 140 members and run a series of regular, all year round, guided walks.'

www.ealingoutdoorclub.org.uk

Category:Ealing
Overview

'We are a friendly outdoor group based in West London. Our main outdoor activity is walking although we do occassionally do other activities such as cycling and pony-trekking.'

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www.ecog.org.uk

Category:Cheshire East
Overview

'We have a varied programme of outdoor events focussed around walking, cycling and mountain biking but also including canoeing, rock climbing and mountaineering ...'

Area

www.nwt.org.uk/reserves/east-chevington

Category:Castle Morpeth
Size (acreage)450
Starting fromNear Red Row, Druridge Bay
Overview

'A large reserve with developing wildlife interest, comprising two large lakes with fringing reedbeds, grassland and recently planted woodland ...There is a network of designated routes on site and there are several hides dotted around the lakes. All footpaths are level, well-surfaced and usually over 100cm wide. There is a wide section of boardwalk outside one of the hides, leading to a wider viewing platform over a pond. The woodland walk is over a wide, level gravelled path and the coastal path is gained through a wide latch gate.'

www.efog.org.uk

Category:Epping Forest
Starting fromEpping Forest
Overview

'Was formed over 50 years ago as a Group for those people who want to do a range of activities in the outdoors. We don't specialise but will try nearly anything. We arrange something for most weekends, with walking and cycling being our most frequent activities, but also have a range of social events which our members might put on the programme.'

Area

www.erewash.gov.uk/index.php/sport-and-health/walking-and-orienteering...

Category:Erewash
Starting fromErewash Borough Council
Overview

The River Erewash 'gives its name to the Erewash Valley, which has a rich industrial history, and the local government district and borough of Erewash, which was named after the river when the former borough of Ilkeston and urban district of Long Eaton were united with some of the surrounding rural areas in 1974'.

Download from the Website PDFs of about two dozen 'Country Walks' in and around Erewash.

Nearby

www.eog.org.uk

Category:Exeter
Overview

'A friendly walking and social group, with a programme of activities in and around Devon. Our members are generally in the age range from 40s to 60s, but can be slightly older or younger.'

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Area

explorekent.org

Category:Ashford
Navigate the Website>>> Explore OUR MAP
Starting fromAshford
Overview

Access to details of a number of shorter walks around and about Ashford, as well as of the longer district walks which pass through Ashford.

Walks described here by
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Area

www.lincstrust.org.uk/get-involved/top-reserves/far-ings

Size (acreage)200
Starting fromBarton-on-Humber
Overview

'There's always something to see or hear when looking out over the reedbeds of Far Ings, whether it's the sound of the reeds as they sway in a gentle breeze, the song of hidden warblers or bearded tits, the eerie boom of a bittern, or a marsh harrier drifting over then disappearing into the reedbed ...'

Description from

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

www.pure-leisure.co.uk/nature-reserve/

Category:South Lakeland
Size (acreage)90
Starting fromMilnthorpe
Overview

Opened 2018: ‘The reserve is approximate 90 acres with lots of protected wildlife including rare birds and deer ... complementing the Arnside & Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ... The scenic Nature Reserve is now open to both our guests and to the general public’.

Description from

Pure Leisure

www.findernfootpaths.co.uk/?page_id=72

Starting fromFindern
Overview

'Formed as a Findern Parish Council Working party in 1998, initially with four members. Since those early days, we have grown to a Group of about twelve members, some of whom are Parish Councillors. We are a diverse group, we range in ages up to our oldest members who are in their seventies! Some of us have disabilities. We are proud to have a group of youngsters who help us with our projects. Everyone is valued for the skills they bring to the Group.'

www.lros.org.uk/birdingsites.htm

Category:Blaby
Navigate the Website>>> Fosse Meadows
Starting fromSharnford
Overview

'Local farmer Henry Archer made if possible for Blaby District Council to acquire land to provide the public with a large countryside area which is now called Fosse Meadows. The land had been used as farmland and so to diversify the landscape and habitats, woodlands were designed and over 30,000 trees have now been planted ...'

Nearby

www.rspb.org.uk/discoverandenjoynature/seenature/reserves/guide/f/frei...

Category:Boston
Starting fromFreiston Shore
Overview

'The newly-opened wetland trail is a circular route around the developing wet grassland with views over to the saltmarsh. The lagoon trail is only partially suitable for wheelchair access, although the hide is accessible. Excellent views of many of the birds can be had from the car park. The wetland trail is also only partially accessible to wheelchairs.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

www.lincstrust.org.uk/gibraltar-point

Category:East Lindsey
Navigate the Website>>> Gibraltar Point Walks and Trails [PDF]
Starting fromGibraltar Point
Overview

'A dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the Wash ...  A spectacular new £1m Visitor Centre at Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve will begin to take shape over the coming months. It replaces the former visitor centre, which suffered extensive flood damage during the storm surge in December 2013.'

Description from

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

Nearby

www.leicester.gov.uk/your-community/births-marriages-and-deaths/funera...

Category:Leicester
Size (acreage)28
Starting fromGilroes Cemetery
Overview

'A beautiful green, welcoming and peaceful place. The mature trees, broad paths and memorials of the cemetery are complemented by the neat headstone rows in the lawn cemetery and the vibrant, aromatic roses in the Garden of Remembrance.'

Description from

Leicester City Council

See also

Cemeteries [Leicester City Council]

www.glosoutdoor.co.uk

Category:Gloucestershire
Overview

'Social walking group which offers walks, weekends away, and a wide range of other outdoor activities. Our members are singles and couples and people who like to be part of and contribute to a social group.'

www.greasleypc.co.uk/guided-walks/

Category:Broxtowe
Starting fromGreasley Parish Council
Overview

'Enjoy the delights of Greasley's beautiful countryside through this series of Monday evening walks.'

Nearby

grimsbyfellwalking.btck.co.uk

Starting fromGrimsby
Overview

'This is the club that gets you out of town to some interesting walking areas that include Derbyshire, The Pennines, The Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire Moors, The Lake District and North Wales.'

www.harborough.gov.uk/homepage/69/WALKS

Category:Harborough
Overview

'There are lots of fantastic walking routes in the local area and we can help you find the perfect walks for you.'

Nearby

www.fellanddale.org.uk

Category:Harrogate
Overview

'We have approximately 100 members who mostly live in the Harrogate District (including Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon, Pateley Bridge, Wetherby).'

Nearby

www.hawog.org.uk

Category:Brent
Starting fromWembley (and Harrow)
Overview

'Welcome to North-West London's best and most active outdoor group. HAWOG is one of the oldest Youth Hostelling Association (YHA) and outdoor groups in the country with a history dating back to 1936 ...'

www.hartsholmecountrypark.com

Category:Lincoln
Size (acreage)200
Starting fromSkellingthorpe Road
Overview

'Hartsholme Country Park is situated in the southwest of Lincoln, adjacent to Swanholme Lakes Local Nature Reserve, approximately three miles from the city centre. The site comprises Victorian landscaped gardens, a large reservoir, woodlands and grasslands. Many features, both natural and built, survive from the original landscaping of the 1860s.'

Description from

Barry Short

See also

Hartsholme Country Park [GPS Cycle and Walking Routes] | The Historical Walk

www.hayletowncouncil.net/discover-hayle/town-walks-and-information-lea...

Category:West Cornwall
Starting fromHayle Town Council
Overview

Information on walks around and about the town including a series of leafles covering interesting features in and around Hayle - both historic and present-day.

Area

www.heathu3a.org.uk/groups.htm

Category:North Kesteven
Starting fromBracebridge Heath
Overview

Support a wide variety of Walking Groups: Strollers (<1m); Legstretchers (c.3m); Footsteppers (c.4.5m); Walkers (c.6m); Ramblers (c.6m); Hikers (c.6m).

www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/info/200102/walking

Overview

'We have produced a set of maps based around the following main business sites in Hinckley, offering walks of varying lengths and based around Hinckley’s main business sites. The walks are designed to easily fit into your day, for example your lunch break, to help you improve your health: [1] Harrowbrook Industrial Estate - - - : [2] Wheatfield Industrial Estate - - - : [3] Sketchley Meadows Industrial Estate - - - : [4] Nutts Lane/Logix Industrial Estate - - - : [5] Hinckley Town Centre'

www.hinckleyramblers.org.uk/en/

Starting fromSt Mary's Road Car Park, Hinckley
Overview

'We offer a full programme of walks and social events, throughout the year. Our walks are mainly in Leicestershire with Bradgate Park, Bosworth Battle Field and the National Forest all nearby. We also travel to the Cotswolds, the Derbyshire Peak District and other counties within the Midlands.'

www.horncastlewalkers.co.uk

Category:East Lindsey
Starting fromHorncastle
Overview

'The Group is made up of keen walkers from the town who want to encourage walking in and around the pretty market town of Horncastle and the beautiful Southern Lincolnshire Wolds.'

Nearby

www.ipswichoutdoor.org

Category:Ipswich
Overview

'We hold day or evening walks and cycle rides in the local area. We also arrange longer trips away in the UK, often on Bank Holiday weekends. These may be to hilly and mountainous countryside, to slightly less demanding terrain or to coastal areas. The accommodation is usually in Youth Hostels, although sometimes we camp or stay in bunkhouses.'

Nearby
Area

www.ivybridge.gov.uk/local-information/leisure-and-tourism

Category:South Hams
Starting fromIvybridge
Overview

'There is an array of formal and informal leisure opportunities available in and around the town, and, of course, the vast wilderness of Dartmoor National Park and the tranquil South Hams countryside offer both families and the serious walker a plethora of inspiring routes.'

Nearby
Area

www.friendsofkingswood.org

Category:Ashford
Size (acreage)1500
Starting fromGeorge Inn, Molash
Overview

'A coppiced ancient woodland which was once the hunting ground of King Henry VIII, is now the site of an exciting arts project [which used to be] managed by Stour Valley Arts. It features sculptures which draw on the natural landscape and materials and creates art which works with the countryside rather than imposing upon it. A three mile green route not only takes in the art works, but also reveals the full beauty of the wood itself and links into other walks including the shorter "brown route".'

Description from

The Friends of King's Wood

See also

King's Wood (Challock) [Fancy Free Walks] | Woodlands [Ashford Borough Council]

Nearby
Area

www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/kirby-muxloe-castle/

Category:Blaby
Starting fromKirby Muxloe Castle
Overview

'The picturesque moated remains of Kirby Muxloe Castle are surrounded by grassed areas and a moat, perfect for picnics or walks. There are also a number of benches situated throughout the grounds.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

www.ldwa.org.uk/BristolAndWest

Category:Bristol
Overview

’We organise social walks and challenge walks.  Our geographical area is Somerset, Bristol and Gloucestershire with a stomping ground of the Mendips, Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean though sometimes we stray further afield.  Non-members are welcome to try one or two walks prior to joining the LDWA.’

Nearby

www.meetup.com/Leeds-YHA-Walking-Group/

Category:Leeds
Overview

'We are a friendly group of people who enjoy walks and outdoor activities. We have been running for over 76 years. We do: Walks or activity most weekends; A weekend away, most months; During the summer we go on wide range of walks around the Leeds area every Tuesday night starting at 7.30 pm.'

Nearby

www.leicesteryha.org.uk

Category:Leicester
Overview

'Each year we organise a variety of weekends away, ranging from hard mountain walking to city breaks, usually staying in youth hostels. In addition, we do day walks in the local area and a range of social events.'

u3asites.org.uk/leicester/home

Category:Leicester
Overview

'Meets approximately every two weeks. We aim to have two walks departing from the same place,  a longer one of about 5 miles and a shorter one about 3 miles in length.'

www.goc.org.uk/groups/lincoln

Category:Lincoln
Overview

'The Lincoln Group organise regular monthly walks and meet all over the county. Several of the regular Lincoln walkers also join in East Midlands GOC events. Due to this fact we occasionally decide to combine events. Always check out the East Midlands events, walks, camping weekends, canal trips etc.'

www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/coastalcountrypark

Category:East Lindsey
Starting fromAnderby Creek
Overview

'There are many Public Rights of Way crossing the farmland, which you can walk at any time. The four categories of Rights of Way are clearly labelled on the ground - with waymark discs and signposts - and on Ordnance Survey maps. There are also permissive footpaths provided by local landowners. These are also clearly labelled.'

See also

Wildlife [Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park]

Nearby

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