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'Starting and finishing at Ealing Broadway, served by British Rail, London Underground and local buses, it is particularly suited for a Bank Holiday outing or for a local outing for West Londoners. ...
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Category Ealing

Produced as part of Transport for London's 'walking improvements' programme.


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Category Ealing

'May I request that should you decide to join me on any of these events then please could you kindly email me ... or text/telephone ... confirming your name, which event, where joining us, how many ...
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Category Ealing

'The walk itself starts at Haven Green, moving northwards up Haven Lane and eventually to the top of Castlebar Hill via Brentham Garden Estate. Additional notes on St Peter's Church, on the corner ...
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Category Ealing

'The Group encourages an interest in all matters concerned with the environment - wildlife, conservation and environmental issues of modern society. It also aims to develop people’s skills and know ...
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Category Wokingham

'Within very easy reach of the towns of East Cheshire there is superb walking country with the opportunity for a variety of different types of walk. The area between Stockport, Macclesfield and Bux ...
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Category Cheshire East

'The route is presented from west to east in six stages and is waymarked throughout, providing an easy follow trail.'


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Category East Devon

Download PDFs from the Website: 1. Edward Thomas Walk - Steep : - - : 2. Flora Thompson Walk - Liphook : - - : 3. Gilbert White Walk - Selborne : - - : 4. WH Hudson Walk - Buriton : - - : 5. Willia ...
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Category East Hampshire

'The contrast in natural habitats along the route imbues the East Highland Way with a distinctive character. The journey passes seamlessly through enchanting broadleaf forests, loch-side t ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'Your route passes through the newest housing developments slowly moving outwards into the Surrey countryside, indicating how the South East of England continues to thrive.'


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'The overall project aim is to encourage all, whatever your age, ability or position within society, whether you are a resident of, or visitor to the district, to use the public transport available ...
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Category East Lindsey

'Core paths can be anything from a tarmac path to a grassy field margin and this variety is important to provide different experiences for users. Whilst each core path may not be suitable for all u ...
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Category East Lothian

'Meetings of the Joint Local Access Forum are held on a quarterly basis and are advertised in advance. The locations of the meetings are varied to allow people liv ...
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'The walks are:

Beverley Twenty 20 miles from the Humber Bridge car park to the Beverley Minster ...

Hutton Hike 23 miles from Beverley Minster to Driffield, ...
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'Local people are given the resources and skills necessary to improve the condition of their rights of way and to keep them open and in use. One hundred percent grants are paid to parishes who join ...
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Details of these Walks: [1] Bunny Hill / Hotham Carr - - - : [2] Beverley Commons - - - : [3] Newbald / Big Hill - - - : [4] Huggate / Frendal Dale - - - : [5] Fridaythorpe / Pluckham - - - : [6] W ...
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'The East Suffolk Line, the railway linking Ipswich and Lowestoft, traverses some of the most delightful of Suffolk’s unspoilt countryside. The entire line was proposed for closure in the ...
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Category East Suffolk

'You can walk freely on mapped areas of downland, heathland and registered common land, as well as mountains and moors.'


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Category Sussex

'The Society has now updated its series of walks aimed at both visitor and resident alike. The walks are suggested as leisure trips through some of the interesting areas of the town.'


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Category Eastbourne

'The Ebbw Fach Valley was an important industrial centre for the iron and coal industry. Removal of the old industrial scars by land reclamation schemes and environmental improvements has ...
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Category Blaenau Gwent

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Category Ryedale

'All in all, it was a pleasant way to spend an hour and a half. It wasn't necessarily the greatest walk in the whole world, but it was nice enough. It crossed three rivers (Chess, Gade and Colne) a ...
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Category Three Rivers

Eccleshall Woods 'are the largest semi-natural woodland in South Yorkshire. The woods are an extremely popular visitor destination and are particularly valued for their wildlife, historic ...
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Category Sheffield

'The route was created by Friends of the Ecclesbourne Way * with assistance from the Amber Valley and Derbyshire Dales groups of the Ramblers, and Derbyshire County Council.  From ...
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Category Amber Valley

'1. Bloomsbury ... 2. Soho ... 3. Holborn and Westminster ... 4. City of London ... 5. Hampstead ... 6. Kensington, Mayfair and Marylebone'


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Category London (Central)

'Ecotrails provide an opportunity for young people to develop an awareness, appreciation and understanding of, and responsibility to, their local natural and built environment by taking part in an ...
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Category Northern Ireland

[1] Eden Valley Loop 1 - Loadpot Hill (10 miles) - - - : [2] Eden Valley Loop 2 - River Lowther Valley (19.8 miles) - - - : [3] Eden Valley Loop 3 - River Lyvennet Valley (19.8 miles) - - - : [4] E ...
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Category Eden

'It is possible to complete the Eden Valley Walk in a single day, but many walkers prefer to take the route in stages, returning to enjoy the changing landscape throughout the seasons.'


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Category Sevenoaks

'Walking is a great way to experience the Eden Valley countryside. An excellent network of footpaths allows anything from a short stroll to a full day’s walk, taking in many of the area’s best feat ...
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Category Sevenoaks

Northern Viaduct Round (3 miles) | Smardale Gill Viaduct Round (4 miles)

'All three award-winning viaducts are listed, and are in the care of the Northern Viaduct ...
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Category Eden

'The trail links three of Britain's most important battlefields: Edgcote (1469) in Northamptonshire; Cropredy Bridge (1644) in Oxfordshire; Edgehill (1642) in Warwickshir ...
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'1. House Histories : - - : 2. Auld Reekie : - - : 3. Athens of the North : - - : 4. Sense of Place : - - : 5. University Heritage Trail : - - : 6. Edinburgh Graveyards Trai : - - : 7. Walk in the ...
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Detailed - fifty page - PDF released in Spring 2008.


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'The Elan Valley (Welsh: Cwm Elan) is a river valley situated to the west of Rhayader, in Powys, Wales, sometimes known as the "Welsh Lake District". It covers 70 square miles (180 ...
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Category Radnorshire

'David Lukes has produced a series of guides to walks from the hostels, each containing directions and a map. Some of them use the beautifully illustrated maps prepared by Martyn Hanks ...
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Category Cardiganshire

'The Elgar Walk takes you on a gentle stroll through the streets of Worcester which Elgar knew from childhood. With brief stops to admire each of the significant landmarks, it should take ...
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Category Worcestershire

'The ancient woods, classified as dating from before the 17th century, are carpeted with the flowers of bluebells, anemones and wild garlic in spring and turn spectacularly russet, orange and gold ...
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'... Created in the 1920s by a group of enterprising locals, it is the only trail in Scotland to utilise fixed chains and posts, a feature more common on Continental mountain ranges like the Alps, ...
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Category Fife

'In 2006 Ellesmere was chosen as the UK centre for an ambitious international touring exhibition of sculpture in the landscape. The exhibition "Extramuros" was launched in Ellesmere in March 2007 a ...
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Category North Shropshire

'The waymarked walk "a'boot Ellon" takes in the riverside as well as the wooded parklands behind the heart of the town.'


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Category Aberdeenshire

'See the island which once hosted a casino, set up by the houseboat resident who discovered Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel. Discover the history of Hampton Races, see where the suffragettes burnt ...
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Category Elmbridge

'Elstead, Ockley and Royal Commons are part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Special Protection Area and Special Area of Conservation designated due to the Dry Heathland Habitat and the as ...
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Category Waverley

'On his death in 1958, Fred bequeathed a large collection of his paintings, together with a selection by his wife, to Beverley Art Gallery. With the support of Beverley Civic Society...
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'As you walk around the trail to admire these wonderful pieces that link the heritage of Ely so well you need not fear that you will lose your way. The trail is marked by 70 way markers set in the ...
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Craster to Low Newton Coastal Walk 'For a bracing and beautiful coastal walk, Northumberland is without compare. Enjoy magnificent views and miles of sandy bay. This walk sets foot from th ...
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Category Alnwick

'The Emley Boundary Walk or the ancient beating the bounds was revived in 1863 and the most recent walk took place in 2014. They are usually held every seven years and the next is in 2021. ...
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Category Kirklees

'Rolling countryside, with generally very gentle climbs and descents throughout.'


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Category West Berkshire

'Enfield's environment is threatened as never before. Open spaces are being sacrificed to commercial development. The Green Belt is under constant pressure. Historic buildings are deteriorating. We ...
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Category Enfield

'It is a completely new right of access, giving everyone the legal right to explore our coast for the very first time. It is much more than just a path, it will give access to beaches, cliff-tops, ...
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'The final maps show the route of the England Coast Path along this stretch of coast and the adjoining land that is coastal margin, as approved by the Secretary of State on 18 July 2013. ALERT 'A c ...
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Category Allerdale

'The table of maps show the route of the England Coast Path along this stretch of coast and the adjoining land that is coastal margin, as approved by the Secretary of State on 18 July 2013 ...
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Category Hartlepool

'This first stretch of the England Coast Path - which has been awarded the prestigious Inspire Mark by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games - will provide a legacy ...
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'The 25 mile (41km) section from Sea Palling to Weybourne extends along a stretch of coast steeped in historical, geological and wildlife interest. It is known for its farming and fishing and today ...
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Category North Norfolk

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Category East Lindsey

'The new path takes account of the area’s important coastal habitats. An example of this is on the north bank of the river Blyth where the route avoids sensitive bird roosting areas.'


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Category South Tyneside

'To the north, there are wonderful views of Black Combe and the Coniston Fells, to the west the Irish Sea and the massed ranks of wind turbines, to the south views across Morecambe Bay to Blackpool ...
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'Most fell walkers walk the English 3000ft'ers in 4 walks - though it is possible to complete the task in just three walks if you are really fit.'


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Category Cumbria

'Environment Bromley (EnBro) is a voluntary unincorporated organisation founded by the late Philip Daniell in 1980 with the aims of conserving and interpreting the natural and man made env ...
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Category Bromley

'It was that legislation, promoted by the Corporation of the City of London, that restored lost lands to the Forest (it had dwindled to less than half its present size!) and secured its fu ...
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Category Newham

'... This is the second of two guides which we have produced, but they by no means exhaust Epsom’s heritage of the old and the unusual. Anyone who has followed the trails set out will, we hope, hav ...
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Category Epsom & Ewell

'Sennybridge Training Area (SENTA) consists of approximately 31,000 acres (12,000 ha) of MOD freehold land and 6,000 acres (2,500 ha) of land leased from Forest Enterprise. It measures app ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The valley is a special place which has inspired great authors such as D. H. Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe and the Erewash Valley Trail project is supported by local celebrities including ac ...
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Category Broxtowe

'Train access to Plymouth; buses to both ends of the route as well as intermediate villages; there is a regular bus service running parallel to the Trail.'


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Category South Hams

The world's first passenger railway 'On the morning of 27th September 1825, 12 wagons of coal left Phoenix Pit. For the first short section of this historic journey, the wagons were horse- ...
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Category Bishop Auckland

'Esklets are a series of becks that join up down in the valley close to Castleton. The walk starts at Castleton Moor station and passes through or near eight of the villages along the Esk ...
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Category Scarborough

'To get the best out of this waymarked trail, you can either print out the information from this site or get the free Trail Leaflet obtainable from nearby Visitor Information points, including the ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'A collection of local favourites to whet the appetite, the real fun is in discovering the area for yourself so don't be a stranger come and visit Eskdale!'


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Category Copeland

'Although Essex County Council (ECC) is committed to maintaining and protecting the network of public rights of way across the county, the work of local volunteer groups is invaluable when ...
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Category Essex

'The path will lead you through ancient woodlands, open farmland, tree-lined river valleys and leafy green lanes, visiting historic towns and villages along the way.'


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Category Epping Forest

'The River Etherow rises on the moors east of Longdendale. Flowing via the five Longdendale reservoirs it then turns southwest through Broadbottom to join the River Goyt near Compstall. The Goyt ri ...
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Category Stockport

'The E2 runs from Galway to Nice. The 3030 miles (4850 kilometres) route starts in Stranraer, then goes through Southern Scotland, with variants through Eastern England and the Netherlands or Centr ...
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Category Across the UK

'The Trail was completed on the eastern side of the Estuary between Exeter and Exmouth, when the Clyst Bridge, between Topsham and Ebford, was opened in November 2013 ... The Western side of the Tr ...
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Category Teignbridge

'The majority of the route follows footpaths and quiet country lanes where there is little traffic but there are brief stretches of busy roads in Exeter and Tiverton.'


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Category Teignbridge

'The walk is made up of the following five sections: [1] The Alphin Brook Walk (about three miles) - - - : [2] The Hoopern Valley Walk (a little over two miles) - - - : [3] The Ludwell Valley Walk ...
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Category Exeter

Exeter Ship Canal Walk 1 - Canal Basin to Double Locks Pub - - - : Walk 2 - Double Locks Pub to Topsham Lock Keepers Cottage - - - : Walk 3 - Lock Keepers Cottage to Turf Hotel.


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Category Exeter

'The University of Exeter's Streatham Campus with its arboretum, ponds and gardens is widely acknowledged as one of the most beautiful in the country. There are over 30 sculptures situated in this ...
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Category Exeter

Download from the Website PDFs of Six Walks (with or outwith images): [1] Barnstaple to Braunton Railway Trail - - - : [2] Beacon Trail - - - : [3] Crow Point Trail - - - : [4] Georgeham Trail - - ...
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Category North Devon

Audio walks within: Beccles, Bungay, Diss, Eye, Halesworth, Harleston and Loddon.


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Category East Suffolk

Three PDF self-guided walking trails: [1] Downe Valley (5 miles) - - - : [2] High Elms (4.5 miles) - - - : [3] Keston Holwood (3.25 miles)


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Category Bromley

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