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'The guide by Clive Newsome divides the route into eight sections, which are: Kirkstall Abbey (near Leeds) to Otley; Otley to Pateley Bridge; Pateley Bridge to Ripon; Ripon to Thir ...
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'The complete circuit is divided into 25 separate day circular walks.'


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'Part of an ambitious scheme which developed a series of paths around the North Sea Coast known as the North Sea Trail ... Aberdeenshire Council are currently developing a comprehensive pr ...
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'Circular walking route of 214 km (134 miles) with two optional extensions and an additional loop taking the total route to a maximum of 352 km (220 miles) ... The original Chiltern Way...
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'Starting from the attractive market town of Helmsley, The Cleveland Way heads across the inspirational, and sometimes vibrant heather Moorland of the North York Moors, before reaching the ...
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'As well as the beautiful countryside the walker is taken to the historic towns of Ruthin, Llangollen, Corwen, Denbigh, St. Asaph and Rhuddlan.'Walk Described By The North Wales Area of The Rambler ...
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'The biggest problem you will have is finding the accommodation to allow you to complete the walk without having to deviate too far from your planned route. This is much easier said than done and w ...
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'Unlike our previously devised long distance walks, the Coastliner Way is not being published as a printed guide book. Instead walkers can print out details of the different walks from our ...
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'From the Great Orme the trail follows the river from the mouth of the estuary down the eastern side of the valley to Betws-y-Coed and on to its source at remote Llyn Conwy, high in the Migneint mo ...
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Highlights 'World Heritage City of Bath, views over River Severn to Brecon Beacons in Wales, Malvern Hills and Forest of Dean. National Trust properties of Dyrham House and Horton Court; B ...
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'Our overall impression of the CCW was one of delight in the opportunity to enjoy the splendour of the natural environment in a relatively isolated area with its accompanying peace and stillness. H ...
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Passes through: Bovey Tracey, Moretonhampstead, Chagford, Okehampton, Lydford, Tavistock, Ivybridge.


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'From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of St. Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife; from the small fishing villages of the East Neuk to the bustling industrial areas of the west, rugg ...
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'Meandering its way for 109 miles through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark from Bridgnorth to Gloucester, the Geopark Way passes through stunning countryside as it explores 700 milli ...
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'Glyndŵr's Way was granted National Trail status in millennium year 2000. Its enigmatic name derives from the early fifteenth century folk hero Owain Glyndŵr, who won significant battles c ...
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'I walked the Grand Union Canal in sections between 1999 and 2001, extending it slightly by adding the Regents Canal from Mile End in East London to the southern end. The walk passes throu ...
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'The original edition, published in 1991, was the first long-distance footpath around London and one of the very first entirely urban long-distance footpaths in the country. More than just a walkin ...
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'The Greensand Way is named after the sandstone ridge, which crosses Hampshire, Surrey and Kent - one of a series of ridges running west to east across South-east England.'


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'This long distance walk takes you to some of the most beautiful countryside, interesting historical sites and delightful country parks in the counties of Cambridgeshire, Essex and Hertfordshir ...
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'Walking Heart of England Way takes you through 100 miles of wonderful "middle England" but the weather can be quite different at either end and in the middle. Due to the very nature of th ...
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'Takes walkers through spectacular countryside enabling them to enjoy unequalled views across our county and neighbouring counties. The landscape varies from the Malvern Hills in the east to the Bl ...
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'The footpath runs through Stamford, Peterborough, March, Ely and Brandon. It also goes through Thetford Forest ... The path is named after Hereward the Wake who led a band of Saxon nobles ...
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'Although originally inspired by the Ramblers Association, the Friends of The Hertfordshire Way is an autonomous group. It is now financed mainly by fund-raising activities of its ...
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'Runs from the end of the Ridgeway Path at Ivinghoe Beacon, near Tring, to the start of the Peddar's Way at Knettishall Heath, near Thetford, for 110 miles (177 km), split into ei ...
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'The Icknield Way has been a recognised regional route for walkers since 1992. In 2004 it was further developed into a multi-use route so that most of the route is also available for horse riders a ...
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'Falls within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which covers 95% of the coast. It passes through landscape that includes a mixture of farmland, coastal heath, dunes, salt-marsh ...
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'The John Muir Way forms the East Lothian section of the transnational North Sea Trail, linking 26 partner areas from 7 countries around the North Sea ... The route is named in honour of t ...
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'The route is a work in progress. Some of it is remote, pathless and challenging terrain. Other sections are already popular walks ... The walk is meant to be used both by long-distance walkers goi ...
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'Tells the story of King Arthur, whose legend is intrinsic to the psychogeography of the area. Starting at the dramatic sea-castle of Tintagel (the place of Arthur’s conception and Merlin’s Cave) a ...
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'The Lancashire coastline, much of which is of international ornithological interest, comprises a variety of landscapes from the distinctive limestone scenery of Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outs ...
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'Construction of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal was started in 1770 and the canal was finally completed in 1816. Originally limestone was expected to be the main cargo but coal became the ...
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'The LOOP Walk reveals relics of London’s colourful past from impressive stately residences such as Hall Place to emotive monuments like the Wilberforce memorial to the abolition of slavery. There’ ...
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'The path follows the valley of the River Cary to Somerton, then crosses the Somerset Levels to North Petherton. From Langport to a point near Westonzoyland the route coincides with the River Parre ...
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'As would be expected from a route that goes right across the country the scenery is varied. The Way starts at a rugged sea loch in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and ends on a sandy b ...
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'There is always something new to explore on the North Downs Way. The route benefits from a wealth of wildlife, history, landscapes, attractions, villages and towns all waiting to be disco ...
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'Offa's Dyke is a great frontier earthwork built by Offa, King of Mercia from 757 to 796 A.D. It gives its name to a long distance footpath, one of Britain's National Trails, which runs fr ...
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'The Palladian Way is my latest venture and was born out of a colourful book I was recommended called The Wayfarers Journal which described the routes taken in the 1960s-80s by a ...
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'Lying almost entirely within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Britain’s only coastal national park - the trail displays an array of coastal flowers and bird life, as well as eviden ...
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Pilgrim's Way North Wales / Taith Pererin Gogledd Cymru Association 'The Association was set up by volunteers on October 2010 with the aims of: (a) creating a long distance walking trail l ...
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'The route follows footpaths, bridleways, canal towpaths, coastal walkways and quiet lanes, through woodland, pasture and over the imposing roof of Bowland’s ancient forest. Included are suggestion ...
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'There are also several circular routes taken from the Robin Hood Way for you to enjoy a day's walking exploring the Nottinghamshire countryside for a better appreciation of our beauti ...
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'The Roman Heritage Way provides the walker with the following three principal options: [1] Segedunum to Trimontium (Newcastle upon Tyne to Melrose) (99 miles 158 Km) : - - : [2] Maia Fort ...
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'The book divides the Roman Way into 17 sections, all of which have suggested access points for shorter distances, information about public transport, a list of tea shops, pubs and accommo ...
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'Walkers along the route will find Iron Age hill forts; magnificent churches and an impressive cathedral; Martello towers; historic ports; and castles dating from periods throughout history.'


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'Runs between Shakespeare's Birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon and Shakepeare's Globe, London ... Using existing footpaths, bridleways and a few minor roads, this path has been planned to follow, as cl ...
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'The Boundary Route is ... around the edge of the county, taking in parts of the Peak District in the west and the Humberhead Levels in the east and passing through wonderfully varied coun ...
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'The main attraction of the Sussex Border Path is its surprisingly remote and unspoilt quality in this particularly crowded part of England. In the early days, a detailed route description ...
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'On its way the Trail passes peaceful water meadows rich in wildlife, historic towns and many lovely villages, finishing at the Thames Barrier near Greenwich. Easy to reach by public transport, the ...
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'This circular long distance path has access points that are easily reached by train from London, Reading and adjoining stations. If time is limited it can be walked in sections at weekends and ban ...
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'The water is taken from Thirlmere to Manchester entirely by gravity, the pipes being mostly underground except where they cross the rivers. Evidencing the route of the pipeline are many inspection ...
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'The TVW will celebrate the Trent, its cities, towns and villages, wildlife and history, enhancing people’s well being, linking communities, attracting visitors and contributing to local economies ...
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'The Way ... passes through landscape of exceptionally high quality. Not only does this include the high moorland of some of the Dartmoor and Exmoor sections, but also the deep and wooded valleys o ...
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'The Uttlesford Way is mainly on footpaths and bridleways and in undulating countryside, offering fine views, varied scenery including several ancient woodlands and plenty of wild life ...
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'The route passes through the Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the market town of Horncastle, the Lincolnshire Limewoods, the City of Lincoln, the southern Lincolnshire Edge and the Ke ...
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'The walk, split into ten day stages, literally follows in the footsteps of 'AW' at work. It links the sights he sketched and wrote about in Lancashire and Westmorland, spending time in Kendal, whe ...
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'The book of this trail has been designed as a step-by-step guide, obviating the need for maps, so that absolute beginners and experienced walkers alike can complete it. There are no mountains to c ...
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Highlights 'Chepstow Castle; ‘Picturesque’ walkways and viewpoints; among the most important woodlands in Europe; Tintern Abbey; Yat Rock viewpoint; Goodrich Castle; Capler Camp hillfort; ...
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'... Between these two points the walker along the Way will pass through the heart of Yorkshire, along delightful riverside paths, through undulating parkland and along ancient drove roads before a ...
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'Please note this walk is not easy. The average walking distance is over 16 miles per day and there are lots of days when hills have to be climbed. Day two is particularly challenging as b ...
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