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'The d'Arcy Dalton Way was created in 1986 to celebrate the Society's diamond jubilee. It was named after Colonel d'Arcy Dalton - one of the founding members of the Society. Its northern e ...
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'The walk is a long round which takes you through both of these villages, and the route is designed to share the joy of the exuberant show of pale yellow daffodils growing in their natural environm ...
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Category Forest of Dean

'These 3 countryside sites, situated on the urban fringe of London, can be seen as a green island within the sprawl of the city. This creates not only a welcoming stop for migrating birds, but also ...
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'The Route divides naturally into six sections. Seasoned walkers might tackle one section each day, though the first two sections will probably be too long for many people. They can be easily broke ...
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Category Bradford

'Trans-Dales Trail 1, Trans-Dales Trail 2 and Trans-Dales Trail 3, are each about sixty miles in length and can be comfortably completed by anyone that is reasonably fit ...
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'By following as far as possible riverside paths, it offers a scenically attractive route from urban West Yorkshire to the Lake District, which any reasonably fit family can undertake in a week's h ...
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Category Bradford

'The village "shop", as referred to in the text and where several of the walks start, is now a private house called the "The Old Post Office". All walks should be used in conjunction with OS Outdoo ...
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Category South Lakeland

'The Dane Valley is one of the hidden gems of the Congleton area. The River has cut a course though the soft sand and gravels of the Cheshire Plain to create a scenic wooded valley. This is rich da ...
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Category Cheshire East

'The route follows, where possible, the course of the River Dane, passing Shires Head, Danebridge, Eaton, Congleton and Holmes Chapel. The second half of the route includes significant road walking ...
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Category High Peak

'There is a continuous moderate gradient from the car park up to the hill fort with a short steeper section at the top. The Hill Fort is fenced and access is through gates or kissing gates.'


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Category Test Valley

'The route is based upon an original proposal by Brett Collier, author of the guide book. Sadly Brett Collier died suddenly in March 2005 with only a draft text submitted to his pu ...
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Category Lincoln

'The Explore Kent full-colour guide to the Darent Valley Path is an excellent introduction to the delights to be discovered along the way including the many historic houses and gardens open to the ...
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Category Bexley

'Dartford Heath is a haven of history, rare plants and a variety of wildlife that makes it the perfect place for a family to explore. We've created six wonderful walks that make it easier ...
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Category Dartford

Download PDFs from the Website: [1] Dartford Heath - - - : [2] Darenth Country Park - - - : [3] Town Centre and Central Park - - - : [4] Central Park to Brooklands Lakes


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Category Dartford

'There is not a public right of way over the whole route but short deviations enable the walk to be completed. This applies especially to the east of the moor. It will be necessary to check times o ...
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Category West Devon

'My wife and I are lucky enough to live on the edge of Dartmoor in a lovely location that enjoys wonderful views across the moor, so one day we decided we would set ourselves a challenge of vis ...
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Category Devon

'On a sunny summer's day, the going can be easy with superb views to be had. In winter, the moor is often unforgiving and harsh and just a little bit dangerous. Map and compass skills are important ...
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Category Devon

Passes through: Bovey Tracey, Moretonhampstead, Chagford, Okehampton, Lydford, Tavistock, Ivybridge.


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Category Teignbridge

'This trail includes a very steep climb up Clarence Hill. All of the route is even surfaced pavements or roads.'


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Category South Hams

'The Darwin Town Trail takes you to the significant places around the town that influenced a young Charles Darwin and helped shape him into one of the world's most famous people.'


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Category Shrewsbury

'From the Moray Firth this unusually varied railway walk winds its way from sea level up to Dava summit at 1050 feet (320 metres) before descending into Strathspey. Along its length it passes throu ...
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Category Morayshire

'There are churches and chapels, the places of squatters' cottages, the site of a natural spout , furnace pools, a cinderhill, and a pottery where you wouldn't have expected one, all with their own ...
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Category Telford & Wrekin

'Please note this walk has fairly strenuous sections in places. Walkers should be fully prepared for the conditions and should anticipate the potential for dramatic changes in the weather.'


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Category Tynedale

'Walk highlights include the splendid Bretton Country Park near the start of the walk. The country park includes 500 acres of lakes and parkland, housing various sculptures as well as bein ...
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Category Barnsley

'Walking around Deddington is not the same as walking round Deddington. For some years after I retired I walked round Deddington and it was a pleasant if not very taxing exercise, ...
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Category Cherwell

Walks listed include: [1] Heswall to Red Rocks - - - : [2] Red Rocks to New Brighton - - - : [3] West Kirby to Hilbre Island - - - : [4]The Wirral Way - - - : [5] Heswall to Parkgate - - - : [6] Ne ...
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Category Flintshire

'Made up of five sections, this clearly waymarked trail crosses a varied landscape rich in history and wildlife. Experience peaceful paths, quiet villages and friendly pubs. Explore ancient castles ...
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Category Denbighshire

'It takes you through part of Richmond Park, so vast that you think you are in open country, then along the River Thames alongside the UNESCO Word Heritage Site of Kew Gardens and back through Rich ...
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'The path is suitable for walkers and cyclists with many sections suitable for horses as well and is Route 135 of the National Cycle Network which is coordinated and promoted by Sustrans. The route ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'In addition to the Definitive Map and Statement on paper, many local councils offer an online version of their Rights of Way map. These online versions aren't definitive in the legal ...
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'People living with dementia and their carers both benefit from being able to get out in the open air and sunshine, with the sights, sounds and smells being relaxing and stimulating at the same ...
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Category Charity Walks

'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 fitne ...
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Category Derby

'Towards the end of the 20th Century, the Arboretum was in decline. In 2002 the park received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to refurbish it and help bring it back to its former condition.' ...
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Category Derby

'No building has taken place on the line of the canal except in the city centre. The path which is there is suitable for both walking and cycling. Disabled access is available from; Swarkestone to ...
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Category South Derbyshire

What you can expect from a walk  'Wonderful scenery. Paths that are new to you. Fresh air and exercise. A chat and a laugh. A feeling of tiredness and achievement at the end. A burning des ...
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Category Derby

'The way-marked route traverses the rolling countryside within the Districts of Amber Valley, Erewash Valley and South Derbyshire and passes through 22 Civil Parishes in the rural environs surround ...
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Category Erewash

'Derby Parks have a number of management plans for its designated Local Nature Reserves. These plans set out goals and actions for all partners, such as friends groups and the Derbyshire Wildlife T ...
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Category Derby

'Walkers and cyclists enjoy an unrivalled choice of waymarked paths – offering routes to suit every ability, from gentle riverside paths to challenging long-distance routes. But many people visit t ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'Derbyshire Heritage Walks was created in 2013 by Adrian Brown. While writing a book on the history of the railway between Derby and Manchester, he realised that nobody did guided ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'We have a legal responsibility to make sure the routes we look after can be enjoyed by everyone including walkers, cyclists and horse riders. You can find out abo ...
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Category Derbyshire

'The Mid Norfolk Railway also runs through Dereham. It was first opened to passengers between Wymondham and Dereham in 1847 and was subsequently extended to Fakenham ... Much of the line i ...
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Category Breckland

'This Heritage Trail has identified 100 sites of particular historic significance - from Cathedrals and Churches, Parks and Villages, Murals and Monuments all within the Derry City Council ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'A number of publications can be downloaded or purchased including the National Heritage Corridor and the Derwent Valley Heritage Way providing more information of the route.'


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Category High Peak

'The Derwent Valley Railway was opened in 1867 and carried passengers and goods between Newcastle and Consett until the line closed in 1962 ... There are numerous viaducts, the most impres ...
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'There are just one or two patches with nettles and brambles, so bare legs might be uncomfortable. The terrain is generally firm, so strong walking shoes or trainers should be fine. There is 150m a ...
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Category East Hampshire

'The Devizes Town Trail, published by the Trust, is the ideal companion for those wishing to learn more of the town and its history. The book is illustrated throughout and suggests a walk ...
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Category Kennet

'We are a very active group of around 100 members, with walks or weekends away every week, throughout the year - plus social activities during the week. If you're looking for a lively group of ...
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Category Devon

'The County Council was one of the first fifteen Highway Authorities to participate in this scheme, which encourages community involvement and enjoyment of public rights of way. Devon C ...
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Category Devon

'You can zoom in and out at various scales by following the instructions displayed underneath the Map, and by using the Legend and Layer buttons in the righthand panel you can see all Public Ri ...
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Category Devon

'The Heritage Trail is way-marked by over 70 numbered and themed Devonport Plaques ... The way- marked route follows public highways and byways and involves walking alongside and crossing several b ...
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Category Plymouth

'It doesn’t have to be big, or open to the public. You can organise a walk in your school or social club; perhaps with colleagues at lunchtime; or simply just walk to work for a week. What ever ...
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Category Charity Walks

'The seven-mile-long walk, charted by 90 plaques set in the ground, takes you within sight of famous buildings and locations associated with the Princess during her life.'


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Category Westminster

Three walks in and around Dingwall: [1] Canal and Firth - - - : [2] Tulloch Castle - - - : [3] To Knockfarrel and Fodderty (the Map being ABOVE the descriptions of the walks) PLUS brief description ...
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'We have a small fleet of off-road loan scooters (currently Trampers) for those over 18 who do not have their own – or who cannot transport their own scooter t ...
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'Discover Cumbria is an on-line Insider's Guide to the real Cumbria. It's where we share OUR passion to help YOU plan your perfect visit.'


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Category Cumbria

'This circular walk takes about 2 hours and begins on Castle Hill, the site of the Roman Fort overlooking the River Lune.'


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Category Lancaster

'The Interactive Suffolk Map contains over 70 circular walks, each of which is accompanied by a leaflet in downloadable format or a web link. Each walk leaflet has a map and a detailed des ...
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Category Suffolk

'The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is an educational charity and the learned society and professional body for geography and geographers. The Society was founded in 1830 and ha ...
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'Explore historic Edinburgh with its classic Georgian New Town or industrial Glasgow with its shipbuilding legacy. Discover the challenges of building canals, railways and roads through difficult t ...
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Category Scotland

'Explore the ice-carved slopes of the Brecon Beacons or discover spectacular ancient castles and defences along the coast. Learn about innovative engineering and see how old industrial tow ...
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Category Wales

'Situated strategically at the heart of the county, and bordered by the rivers Gipping and Rat, Stowmarket is a High Suffolk market town whose roots can be traced back to a possible Roman ...
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Category Mid Suffolk

'The walks on this website are not meant to give detailed route descriptions (though a link to a Google map of each walk is included) but are more of a guide through the mystery, legend and his ...
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Category Devon

'The property contains the peaks of Divis Mountain, Black Mountain, Mount Gilbert and Armstrongs Hill, and also the headwaters of the Clady Water, Forth River, Ballygomartin River, Collin River and ...
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Category Belfast City

'The Society seeks to chronicle, protect and enhance the heritage, character and environment of the Parish of Odiham and North Warnborough.'


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Category Hart

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