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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Type of Walk: Nature Trails

'We manage 22 local nature reserves, encompassing almost 300 acres of land. One of our key aims, even in the early days of the 1970s when the Trust was formed, has been the acquisition and manageme ...
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Category Isle of Man

'The Postman's Path, which clings to the coastline and was used to take post to and from Achiltibuie, offers opportunities for spotting golden eagles, stonechats, adders, lizards and even ...
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'Rising to 231 feet Bidston Hill is one of the highest points on the Wirral. Its 100 acres of heathland and woodland contain mysterious rock carvings and historic buildings, as well as being a have ...
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Category Wirral

'It takes approximately two hours and identifies 12 types of trees including Redwood, Cypress and Palm and is totally FREE. The Tree Trail highlights some of the fascinating tree species to be foun ...
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Category Bournemouth

'The walks will take you through back streets, gardens, squares and parks and direct you toward trees of interest and beauty and providing you with some information about the various species of tre ...
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Category Camden

Cawdor Castle is normally open from early May to early October. There is an 'all inclusive' entry charge for the  'Castle, Gardens, Grounds and Nature Trails'.


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Category Nairnshire

'Montpellier Gardens were developed over 200 years ago and originally developed as pleasure gardens to provide an appropriate setting for the pump room and for society to meet and promenad ...
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Category Cheltenham

One of a number of Trails developed within the Garden ...


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Category Oxford

'For visitors and users of the lake, Chew is so much more than just a drinking water supply. Chew Valley offers various leisure and recreational facilities, from fishing and sailing to eating out, ...
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'The trail mainly follows public footpaths and other marked trails, including part of the Staffordshire Way, but visitors should note that some of these have steep sections and muddy, uneven terrai ...
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'This trail is a celebration of the diverse tree population and history of the Square Mile. It is also intended to highlight the importance of urban trees across the world and the need for people t ...
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Category City of London

'This Nature Reserve is signposted from Sutton Road B4151. The full walk is a horseshoe shape and can be done as a point to point and return walk or using the Sutton Road as a complete loop ... The ...
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Category Walsall

'Visitors can follow the Duke's Wood Trail - a chance to stroll through the trees and learn about the natural and historical significance of this area. Enjoy the spring flowers and bir ...
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[1] The Wig (2.48 miles) - - - : [2] Mull of Galloway (0.43 miles) - - - : [3] The Burnside Trail (2 miles) - - - : [4] Cairnsmore of Fleet (2 miles) - - - : [5] Ken-Dee Marshes (3.1 miles) - - - : ...
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'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 Nature Trails

'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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'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

'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

'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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One of a number of 'self-guided walks highlighting the geology, geomorphology and geologically related industrial history of parts of the county'.


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'This walk is provided with support from our lessee, the Horsey Estate Trust who manage much of the Horsey Estate, and also with thanks to the Broads Authority and the Broadland Flood Alleviation P ...
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Category Great Yarmouth

'The trail is open seven days a week, throughout the year (closed Christmas Day) and opens at 9.00 a.m.' There is an Admission Charge: 'Please note the ticket office is unable to accept cr ...
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Category Craven

'Originally from Norfolk, the Lubbocks moved to London to be closer to their banking business. They purchased High Elms in 1808 as a country retreat. The Lubbocks left a real landscape leg ...
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Category Bromley

'We have four established trails, varying from 500 m to 3 km (1.8 miles) in length. The Playmeadow trail has wheelchair and disabled access for part of the way. The Woodland trail ...
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Category Tamworth

The Tours include: [1] Rishworth 'Walk in the footsteps of Romans and discover our conservation efforts' - - - : [2] Turley Holes 'Find out how water has shaped the landscape' - - ...
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Category High Peak

Trails in over two dozen of the Trust's Nature Reserves.


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Category Nature Trails

'The rich variety of habitats to be found within the Northwich Woodlands is home to many forms of wildlife. Over 2100 different animals and plants have been recorded by visiting naturalist ...
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'With the Taff Trail passing through a number of parks and green spaces ...
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Category Cardiff

Portrack Marsh 'The current site is owned and managed by Tees Valley Wildlife Trust and Northumbrian Water as a nature reserve. The site is popular for birdwatching and v ...
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Category Middlesbrough

'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 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

Bordered by the old Lapal Canal and containing an avenue of oak trees left over from its days as a farm, the Park offers a range of natural habitats and is home to woodpeckers, tree creepers and Pi ...
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Category Birmingham

'The Sir Peter Scott lighthouse (East lighthouse) lies alongside the River Nene and commands the entry to the Wash and fabulous open views for miles around. It is also at the start of the Sir Peter ...
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Four Easy Walks: [1] Stanley Ferry Flash (1.0 mile) - - - : [2] Southern Washlands NR (1.2 miles) - - - : [3] Parkhill and Ferryboat Fields (1.7 miles) - - - : [4] The Ashfields and Half Moon (1.9 ...
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Category Wakefield

[1] Woodland and Wood Sculptures - - - : [2] Tea on High with St Christopher - - - : [3] St Albans Heritage Tree Trail - - - : [4] Rhododendron Walk - - - : [5] Snowdrop Walk - - - : [6] Daffodil W ...
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Category St Albans

'Troopers Hill Local Nature Reserve is a hillside overlooking the River Avon that has been quarried and mined in the past.'


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Category Bristol

[1] Arun valley, near Billingshurst (3 km) - - - : [2] Bexleyhill Common, Lodsworth (5 km) - - - : [3] Black Down, Haslemere (3 km) - - - : [4] Chiddingfold Green - Dunsfold Common (12.5 km) - - - ...
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Category Waverley

'There are plenty of walks where you can enjoy the peace and quiet of the area and see the wildlife, as well as regular activities arranged on site such as Health Walks. A new car park has been cre ...
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Category Wigan

'The Wilderness Trail is a walking trail which is made up of a mixture of public highways, public rights of way and permissive paths. It covers Open Access land and the five sites whic ...
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Category East Cornwall

'As the term suggests, a bat walk is a guided outdoor walk aimed at seeing (and hearing) bats in their natural environment. Most walks begin with a short introductory talk, explaining a little ...
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Category Worcestershire

'The Trail described leads through a varied landscape of woodland, plantation, orchard, pasture and farmland ... This area has an abundance of footpaths. The trail described here only covers a smal ...
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Category Malvern Hills

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