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'For most the easiest approach is to walk it in sections (sorry I'm not a purist!) and use public transport to reach start and stop-off points - all points indicated are served by buses ...'


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Category Isle of Man

'... You do not have to be a member of any organisation to join a walk. All you have to do is appear at the station from which the walk departs and make yourself known to one of the leaders.'


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Category Shropshire

'For much of the way it is possible to choose between walking on top of the 20-30 metre high chalk cliffs ("cliff top level"), or at low tide, walking along the beach or promenade below ("beach lev ...
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Category Thanet

'Situated 6 miles off the North East coast, Rathlin’s wonder lies in the variety of birdlife that grace the shores of this remote and tranquil island. Just 5 miles east-west and 3.4 miles north-sou ...
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'The walk, whose title, the Ravenber, is derived from the words Ravenglass and Berwick, is a journey which passes through two National Parks and other areas of outstanding natural beauty. It has th ...
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Category Copeland

'Rugged sandstone outcrops, lofty trees and panoramic views both east and west across a patchwork landscape, combine to create an invigorating walk.'


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The Rayleigh Town Council Heritage Trail  'All you need to do hold the cursor over the number for a brief description. Then click on the number and a new window will open with details of t ...
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Category Rochford

'Red kites are magnificent birds of prey. They are easy to spot with their wingspan of just under two metres, colourful plumage and distinctive forked tails. Kites mainly feed on carrion but will a ...
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Category Gateshead

'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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Category Lancaster

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Category Redditch

'"Reflections Of the Past" is an original soundwork combining text and music, created by "Oldham Theatre Workshop" and funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, Pennine Prospects Leader Programme and Saddle ...
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Category Oldham

'Born in Bristol and a member of its Quaker community, Richard Reynolds came to Coalbrookdale in 1756 to represent the interests of Thomas Goldney. He was appointed manager of the Horsehay ...
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Category Telford & Wrekin

On the top of Esgair Dderw is an impressive Bronze Age standing stone. Maen is Welsh for large stone, whilst Serth can have two meanings, either steep or obscene. Standing at roughly seven feet hig ...
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Category Radnorshire

'We hope you will enjoy visiting this website which contains a host of information about the heritage of Rhondda Cynon Taf. Originally the result of a Heritage Lottery funded project to ma ...
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[1] Aberdare - - - : [2] Cwm Hafod - - - : [3] Cynon - - - : [4] Dare Valley Country Park - - - : [5] Hirwaun - - - : [6] Lanwoods Environmental Project - - - : [7] Llantrisant - - - : [8] Pontypri ...
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'The Rhondda Rollercoaster is to be re-named in memory of South Wales group member Gwyn Matthews who was intimately involved in the creation of the event.'


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Walk described on four donwloadable PDFs: [1] Parc Penallta to Rose & Crown, Eglwysilan (5.7 miles) - - - : [2] Rose & Crown, Eglwysilan to Cefn Onn (6.5 miles) - - - : [3] Cefn Onn to Myny ...
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Category Caerphilly

Download the PDFs from the Website: [1] Parc Bryn Winding House - - - : [2] Winding House–Hengoed - - - : [3] Hengoed–Pwllypant - - - : [4] Pwllypant–Draethen - - - : [5] Draethen–St Edeyrn's


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Category Caerphilly

'It can be breezy for much of the tour so we suggest you dress warmly (even on a sunny day) in order to have a much better time on the tour. We also recommend you wear sensible shoes and bring an u ...
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Category Liverpool

Download PDFs from the Website:  [1] Brockholes Geotrail - - - : [2] Clitheroe Geotrail - - - : [3] Dinckley Geotrail - - - : [4] Long Preston Geotrail - - - : [5] Preston Geotrail - - - : [6] Ribc ...
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Category Ribble Valley

'Selected artists have created unique artworks, working with local community groups, responding to the local environment and its rich heritage: building a substantial body of work for visitors to e ...
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Category Ribble Valley

'The Ribble Way starts at Longton to the west of Preston and follows a gentle course through Ribchester and Clitheroe before reaching Gisburn. The Ribble way then crosses from Lancashire i ...
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Category South Ribble

'Richard Burton CBE (10th November 1925 – 5th August 1984) was a multiple award-winning actor. He was born in Pontrhydyfen, Afan Forest Park. He lived in Taibach throughout his childhood and teenag ...
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PDF 'guides to the walks around Richmond have been designed so you can download the maps and text so you can take them on your walk: [1] Richmond Town Trail (1.5 miles) - - - : [2] Richmond Plaque ...
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Category Richmondshire

Britain's Oldest Road '87 miles (139km) long, much of it following the ancient chalk ridge route used by prehistoric man, The Ridgeway offers the chance to get away from the bustl ...
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Category Kennet

'Along its route, ancient monuments and quiet villages can be discovered. The final section leads through the grounds of Derrymore House (owned and managed by the National Trust) near Bess ...
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'Buxton Civic Association (BCA) is a registered charity established in 1967 to preserve the fine architecture of Buxton and its natural and formal landscapes, for the local community and a ...
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Category High Peak

'If you were new to the area this would not be the first walk you would want to do. There are not the obvious attractions of the downland ridge or the woods of the High Weald. But if you want to ge ...
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Category Lewes

Walking Britain describes the Walk in five Legs: Walk 2403 - Ripon Rowel Walk Leg 1 – Ripon to South Stainley; Walk 2404 - Ripon Rowel Walk Leg 2 – South ...
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Category Harrogate

The Risley Moss Action Group (RIMAG) helps run events, raise funds for projects and survey wildlife. The group is always looking for new enthusiastic members ... '


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Category Warrington

There is a short - but informative - description of the Trail available as part of the West Lothian Council Core Paths Plan: 'For the last 10 years the council, in conjunction with Falkirk Council, ...
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Category Falkirk

'The River Avon Trail is generally straightforward to follow and easy-going as it follows the river and is level along the entire route. The only stiles are between Keynsham and Swineford. ...
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'The River Ayr Way is Scotland’s first source to sea path network. It covers a distance of 44 miles following the river Ayr from its source at Glenbuck Loch to the sea at Ayr. The route pa ...
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Category East Ayrshire

'The route passes through Primrose Nature Reserve, Station Burn and Colliery Wood. Why not call in at Bede's World and St Paul's Church Jarrow along the ...
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Category South Tyneside

'The trail is managed by The Parrett Trail Partnership.'


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Category West Dorset

'The journey taken by the Rea as it meanders through Birmingham, reflects the history of the communities that sprang up throughout the centuries along its banks. Both the archaeological and ecologi ...
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Category Birmingham

'The first written record of Harlow was in the Domesday book of 1086. Today's Harlow pioneered the practice of sculpture out in the living environment and is now home to an extensive collection of ...
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Category Harlow

'Each walk comes with a handy map and details about distance, type of surface and where to find accessible local refreshments and toilets, so everyone can decide which walks are right for them. You ...
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Category South East

'The Trust has an ambitious long term project underway to establish a riverside walk from Oulton Broad to Redgarve Fen. The working title is the Kingfisher Way and approximately 30% of the ...
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Category East Suffolk

Walks from: Starcross Station; Dawlish Warren Station; Dawlish Station; Teignmouth Station; Torquay Station; Paignton Station.


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Category Torbay

'Whilst low-lying, much of this walk is on grassy levees, which tend to stay dry. A couple of field stretches could be muddy after very heavy rain.'


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Category Rochford

'Staff and pupils from the Deanes School at Benfleet have a long association with the Roach Valley Way. Having participated in the inaugural walk in 1986 and used the route for sponsored w ...
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Category Rochford

'This walk follows the tracks and paths used by Rob Roy MacGregor in the 17th & 18th centuries as he worked, fought and lived the life of Scotland's most notorious outlaw. The paths we ...
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Category Stirling

'Four fascinating trails centring on Dumfries where the murder of the Red Comyn launched the Wars of Independence which eventually secured freedom and independence for Scotland ... Full details of ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'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 beautiful ...
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Category Nottingham

Links to: [1] Map of Rocester village - - - : [2] Nature walks - - - : [3] Village walks - - - : [4] Other walks


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'The Rochdale Canal re-opened to boats in 2002 after an ambitious volunteer restoration project that brought an end to more than 50 years without through navigation. Obstacles had included ...
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Category Manchester

'This Paper will hopefully assist walkers to undertake the route with the knowledge that there are detailed directions which can be followed. However, I would strongly recommend the purchase of The ...
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Category Rochdale

'The District was first called Rochford Hundred in Norman times and stretched from the River Crouch in the north to the River Thames in the south. (The term Hundred is an ancient administr ...
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Category Rochford

'Follows the track bed of the old Weymouth to Portland Railway for two and a quarter miles between Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth at Westham Halt to just beyond Wyke Regis Halt at Ferry Bridge. The line ...
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'Please note that there are some short road crossings coming out of Sunderland. From Washington the route is totally traffic free.'

 


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Category Sunderland

'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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Category Allerdale

'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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Category Cherwell

'Border Reivers were raiders along the Anglo–Scottish border from the late 13th century to the beginning of the 17th century. Their ranks consisted of both Scottish and English fam ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'The Society was founded in 1974 following a huge public protest about the destruction of fine old houses in Romsey to make way for new. It focuses on local planning, environment and countryside is ...
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Category Test Valley

'The route starts from a forestry commission car park on Dikes Lane outside of Great Ayton. The route follows the Cleveland Way to Roseberry Topping, crosses Newton Moor into Lonsdale Slac ...
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Category Hambleton

'The Original Ross Round (ORR) was established in 2004 but has now been extended with an additional loop to make a marathon distance of 26 miles and is known as The Ultimate Ross Round (URR).'


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'... The walk also takes you through the delightful Healey Dell Nature Reserve with waterfalls and wildlife to enjoy here. The views of the South Pennine hills are also splendid and make a fine bac ...
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Category Rossendale

'Meetings are usually held every three months. Meetings are open to the public, although there is generally no opportunity to speak. Please contact ... for minutes ...
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Category Rotherham

'The 25-mile route is a complete clockwise circuit from the northwest of the town round to the southwest. It leaves the town through a wooded clough and soon enters attractive countryside round the ...
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Category Rotherham

'The new footpath will link the two National Nature Reserves of Wicken Fen and Woodwalton Fen, a distance of some 36 miles. The historic link between these two reserves is that Charles Rothschild b ...
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'The Book that serves as an illustrated guide to the walk is published by Hobnob Press ... The Guide uses over 50 detailed hand drawn route maps and is illustrated with over 150 line drawi ...
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Category Poole

'The Round Louth Walk circles the historic market town, journeying into the surrounding countryside of the Wolds and Marsh. Although the full walk is 14 miles, there are shorter circular r ...
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Category East Lindsey

The walk 'is wonderful at any time, but especially in early spring when the blossom is out, or in the second weekend of June when many squares are open to the visitor for a one-time charge'.


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'The project, funded by Natural England's Paths For Communities scheme and by Lancashire Environmental Fund, has also ensured a new 1km section of off road multi user path running ...
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Category Rossendale

'The walks on offer range from those than can be undertaken by families with small children to those that require a high degree of expertise. For the latter it is worth remembering that Braemar has ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'The Hedgelayers Walk (5 miles) ... The Chartists Walk (8 miles) ... The Foresters Walk (12 miles).'


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Category Bromsgrove

'Walking along the quiet canal banks today it is easy to forget that this was once the scene of intense military activity. Now, much of the drama on the canal comes from the variety of wildlife tha ...
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'The rural beauty and tranquility of Ruby Country makes it an ideal place to explore on foot. There are many possible routes to follow through breath taking scenery, with ever changing wil ...
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Category Torridge

'Warning! This is a very long walk and you should not try it unless you are physically fit and have back-up support. There are just a few patches with nettles that might be uncomfortable for bare l ...
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Category Mole Valley

'... The return journey takes you through Colton village then onto the Trent and Mersey Canal, crossing one of Brindley's aqueducts. A shortened route is also described, reducing the dista ...
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Category Cannock Chase

Download from the Website PDFs of four 'Canal Walks' and two 'Parish Walks'.


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Information on the Ruislip Woods Trust Website includes: [1] Ruislip Woods Festival Guided Walks - - - : [2] Self Guided Walks - - - : [3] Guided Walks Organised by Ruislip Wo ...
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Category Hillingdon

'The walk climbs up and down the hills and valleys of the Wolds, follows the Rivers Soar and Trent and crosses the Vale of Belvoir. It passes through beautiful farmland, woodland and villages and c ...
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Category Rushcliffe

'The walk is waymarked with a yellow and green disc.'


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Category Rutland

'This is a very easy route for navigation and terrain. Anglian Water have gone to some trouble to signpost the route well and keep it clear ... Exploring is easier than ever before thanks ...
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Category Rutland

'Explore the mix of low fells, woodland, fast flowing becks and the ruffled water of numerous tarns before reaching the Langdale Hotel to rest weary legs and refuel with dinner and a pint of refres ...
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Category South Lakeland

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