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PDFs of Eight Rambles: [1] Chappel Station to Bures Station (6-7 miles) - - - : [2] Sudbury Station to Bures Station (6-7 miles) - -- : [3] Chappel Circular (4-5 miles) - - - : [4] Marks Tey Statio ...
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Category Babergh

'Three of the walks are in the settlements of Clovenfords and Caddonfoot and two of the longer walks go through the farms whose hills overlook these places. There are a variety of routes ranging fr ...
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Category Selkirkshire

'The "Galloway Kite Trail" around beautiful Loch Ken promotes the population of kites, recently re-established in Kirkcudbrightshire, as a source of nature-based tourism to benefit local communitie ...
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'The village is a short distance from Darsham station and was once a staging point on the London to Yarmouth turnpike. The Street (A1120) is most picturesque, lined with an agreeable mix of buildin ...
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Category East Suffolk

The Booklets are: [1] Walks Around Gayton Twelve walks that all begin and end at Fiveways in Gayton and feature all the footpaths in the parish - - - : [2] More Walks Around Gayton...
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The Walks are [1] Stanion and Return - - - : [2] Newton Circular - - - : [3] Little Oakley Circular - - - : [4] Brigstock Circular


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Category Kettering

'Since 2008 Geoff has produced two of his Linconshire walks per year. As they appeared, the write ups were published in our Area news mag, The Lincolnshire Rambler , but each walk can be d ...
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Category Lincolnshire

'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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Category South Shropshire

'There are 100 places to discover across Wales, and a series of walking trails to enjoy. Take souvenir photographs and share them with friend, family and followers.'


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Category Wales

'People from all over the world come to Lower Bemerton to see St. Andrew's, the little church opposite the Old Rectory where Herbert lived. Its Visitors' Book is filled with the names of those who ...
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Category Salisbury

'These are all trees that established colonies during the 5,000 years of ice retreat. In other words they arrived after the ice started to melt, but before Britain became an island. It is possible ...
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Category Southwark

The Walks are: [1] One Horse Field and Walk - - - : [2] Wetland Walk and Community Orchard - Sandown - - - : [3] Troll Trail - - - : [4] Ventnor Lizard Walk


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Category Isle of Wight

'The River Gipping Trust is preserving the historic heritage of the Stowmarket Navigation by restoring the structures that enabled navigation of the River Gipping from the centre of Stowma ...
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Category Ipswich

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PDF Guides to download from the Website: 1. The Glasgow Necropolis Heriatge Trail : - - : 2. The Southern Necropolis Heritage Trail : - - : 3. The Medieval City Map : - - : 4. The Clyde Bridges Her ...
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Category City of Glasgow

The Glasgow Core Paths Plan Map Index [PDF] divides the City into 60 areas: for each area a PDF can be downloaded showing its Core Paths.


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Category City of Glasgow

'Glasgow has a rich and fascinating history, from the Medieval City through to the present day. The City has a huge legacy of Victorian parks, cemeteries and landscaped gardens which feature severa ...
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Category City of Glasgow

'Following this audio trail you can find out about the natural and human history of the area as well as the story of the Pumlumon Project and what Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust are doing now to ch ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

'Timberland Trails are a national initiative to create twelve trails in the Community Forests.'


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Category Wigan

Rail Connections 'The route passes within a few yards of Ewell East station ... and within a short walk of Ewell West station ... and of Chessington North station.'


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Category Epsom & Ewell

'The main centre of population in Strathglass is now Cannich (Place of the Bog Cotton). Cannich, nestling below the slopes of Beinn a Chairein, is at the junction of three glens: Glen Cannich, Glen ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'... These townships were not nearly as remote when inhabited as they seem now as there would have been a steady stream of traffic travelling past. Indeed there would have been little other way to ...
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Category Inverness-shire

‘This is the path the people of the townships in the Rothiemurchus area took to their summer shielings. The purpose of travelling to the shielings was to take the cattle and give the ground time to ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'Glenlivet itself is a special place that’s brimming with history and inspiring tales. Lying between the Ladder and the Cromdale Hills, the two broad straths of the rivers Avon and Livet m ...
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Category Banffshire

Towpath 'Vessels were originally towed along the canal by horses, but their use declined after steam tugs were introduced in 1860. The towpath is nominally open for walkers and cyclists al ...
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Category Gloucester

'Commemorate Gloucester Day, which marks a turning point in English history. On 5 September 1643 the Gloucester Parliamentarian forces were held under siege behind the city walls and brave ...
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Category Gloucester

'Mainly on field and woodland paths the Gloucestershire Way undulates for 100 miles through the distinctive areas of the Forest of Dean, Severn Vale and Cotswold, taking a theme of "Forest ...
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Category Monmouthshire

'As a part of the celebrations for Oxfordshire's 1000th birthday, BBC Oxford and the Countryside Service demonstrated the rich history and value of the county's countryside by lea ...
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Category West Oxfordshire

'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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Category Radnorshire

'Rising above Neath town centre, the grounds of a landscape park lie in their original rural setting long famed for its picturesque beauty ... The Gnoll Estate has become a major attraction for bot ...
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'Broadcaster and writer Wynford Vaughan-Thomas wrote of the experience: "Everywhere you feel the presence of the megalithic tomb-builders, of the Iton Age warriors who piled the stones for ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'We are a local footpaths group based in the Gordano Valley area of North Somerset. We cater for all abilities with walks varying from ambles of about 4 miles up to more strenuous walks of about 12 ...
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Category North Somerset

'Much of this walk is in real countryside where mud can be encountered, especially after rain. For this reason, stout footware is essential. A number of moderate hills are negotiated and there is a ...
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Category Enfield

'Bennachie is one of the best known and most popular places to visit in north east Scotland. Bennachie is a distinctive hill with several tops and can be seen from miles around.

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Category Aberdeenshire

'There is no official footpath for the route that crosses the border between Norfolk and Suffolk and parts of the beach are inaccessible due to coastal erosion and crumbling sea defences. However, ...
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Category Great Yarmouth

'The routes are attractive but challenging through the western Peak District including Solomon's Temple, Axe Edge, Goyt Valley, Shining Tor, Lamaload Reservoir, Kettleshulme, Taxal Moor and Fernile ...
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Category High Peak

'Follow the Grafton Way from Wolverton, Milton Keynes to Greens Norton in Northamptonshire. The walk starts following the Grand Union Canal to Cosgrove before heading into the countryside ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'By amalgamating various canal companies, the Grand Union Canal was formed to link London with the Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire coalfields and Birmingham under single ownership. The Leicester Line pr ...
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Category Daventry

'Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the canal or use the route as a traffic free journey to work away from busy roads ... There is so much to see and do along the way ... For those wanting to explo ...
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Category Three Rivers

'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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Category Westminster

'Extending for eleven and a quarter miles, the Country Park provides a wonderful location to enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle ride along the towpath; experience a ride onboard the much-loved horse-dr ...
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Category Mid Devon

'The aim of the Grantham Canal Society is to open the Canal all the way from Grantham through to the River Trent, bringing an element of tourism to the area, and recreating a beautiful wat ...
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Category South Kesteven

'Starting and finishing at the Wordsworth Hotel in Grasmere, with an overnight at the Langdale Hotel it also allows you to take in the different characters of the softer landscape ...
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Category South Lakeland

'The Short Walk (Green border discs) - 30 minutes ... The Medium Walk (Brown border discs) - 60 minutes ... The Long Walk (Red border discs) - 120 minutes'


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Category West Suffolk

The Booklet contains 10 walks starting from these Stations: [1] Loughborough Central Station - - - : [2] Quorn & Woodhouse Station - - - : [3] Rothley Station - - - [4] Leicester North Station< ...
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Category Charnwood

'The 4.5 mile pathway can be used for walking or cycling and a great deal of wildlife can be seen in the diverse mix of habitats along the pathway. The Warwickshire Wildlife Trust does a l ...
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Category Rugby

'For the less experienced it is the perfect introduction to long distance walking, being for the most part low-level and following mainly towpaths and woodland tracks. There are some challenging se ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'The Great Stones Way is conceived as a central part of the ancient Ridgeway trail which follows the chalk escarpments across southern England from the Wash to the coast of Dorset. The Rid ...
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Category Swindon

'The extension passes Mautby Decoy and visits St Peter and St Paul's Church, Mautby. This is well worth a look round, with the offer of a hot drink for a small donation. There are no other refreshm ...
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Category Great Yarmouth

Vauxhall Links 'allows the community of Great Yarmouth to record and celebrate the history of the town's transport heritage, exploring the important role that bridges, waterways, railways ...
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Category Great Yarmouth

Includes Trails in Bury, Salford, Trafford, as well as in Manchester itself.


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'Leave the bustle of city life behind for the green fingers of parks, woodlands and fields that embrace the capital from the River Thames to Nunhead Cemetery.'


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Category Greenwich

'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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Category Newham

‘With a rich natural heritage in the county borough we have developed and published several walk guides to help you explore and discover it. These longer routes and trails, ranging from 3 miles to ...
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Category Caerphilly

'The new Town Trail has been put together by local tourism group Discover Inverclyde and the Inverclyde Tourist Group with help from local historians and Inverclyde Council...
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Category Inverclyde

'The Greensand Ridge Walk is Bedfordshire’s premier long distance walk passing through Buckinghamshire and Cambridgeshire. The walk was opened in 1986 and from its beginning has proved to ...
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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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Category Waverley

'The walk is circular, so can be joined anywhere. If using public transport a good starting point is Churston Station, which is served by a frequent bus service and also by the Paignton and Dar ...
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Category Torbay

'The walk is divided into four parts, each covered by a separate guidebook.'


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Category Lewes

'With its 2,000 years of history, London has a lot to offer the visitor and Londoner alike, and probably the best way to get about when sightseeing in London, is on foot ...'


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Category Greenwich

'Greenwood covers 161 square miles of Nottinghamshire, from Mansfield in the north to Nottingham in the south and from Eastwood in the west to Farnsfield in the east. It joins historic She ...
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Category Mansfield

'The Gritstone Trail offers true upland walking, mostly over 1000 feet/304 metres – a surprise for those who thought the Cheshire Plain was the county’s only landscape feature! These are w ...
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Category Cheshire East

'Groby (pronounced Grooby) is situated about 5 miles northwest of the city of Leicester, in the county of Leicestershire, England, UK. The village has historical connections with two English Queens ...
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10 Walks Around Grosmont  'All walks start at the Castle. Be advised that in wet weather many of these walks require wellies. And in the summer some stiles become tangled in greenery and s ...
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Category Monmouthshire

'The Voluntary Town Guides provide walking tours that show and explain the town to thousands of people each year.'


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Category Guildford

'We know that Holst walked in Cranham Woods and that his mother’s family had property there. We know of Holst’s association with Cheltenham and we know of his posts in Bourton and Wyck Rissington. ...
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Category Stroud

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