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'The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.'

The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. You will find long, medium and short distance walks and bike rides, stile-free and easy access walks and plenty of walks starting from rail stations. For most of these routes you can download a leaflet that contains a route map and information on points of interest. - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
The Chilterns AONB is blessed with a wealth of walking and cycling routes, which use the extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes that cross Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire - See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#sthash.q2MiPx7N.dpuf
Navigate the Website>>> Walks & Rides
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1088
Views of 'Full' Record2129

'Our forests and woodlands offer walks for all ages and abilities, from spectacular mountain hikes and sheltered pinewood trails to quiet streamside paths that meander under old oak trees ...

Category Forests
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1336
Views of 'Full' Record2010

'Scotland's National Forest Estate covers nearly 9% of Scotland and comprises forests, woodland and open ground. It's a national treasure and it's our privilege to be looking after it.'

Category Forests
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website854
Views of 'Full' Record1609

'Explore a whole host of lesser-known gardens and green spaces in the capital with our series of walks and cycle rides.'

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website802
Views of 'Full' Record1351

'There are many places where you can enjoy the natural environment, for healthy exercise, the challenge of a long walk, a horse or cycle ride, or to experience nature and appreciate its quiet tranquillity and inspiring landscapes ... The Countryside Code applies to all parts of the countryside. Most of it is just good common sense, designed to help us all to respect, protect and enjoy our countryside.'

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website993
Views of 'Full' Record1660

'Snowdonia is a great place to come walking and we have a network of walks for people of all abilities. Whether you want the challenge of ascending Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, or prefer one of our leisurely walks along the coastline, you’re guaranteed breathtaking scenery and diverse landscapes.'

Category National Parks
Size (acreage)0
Starting fromSnowdonia
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1364
Views of 'Full' Record1810

'An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is exactly what it says it is: an outstanding landscape whose distinctive character and natural beauty are so precious that it is in the nation's interest to safeguard them.'

Visits to the Website1142
Views of 'Full' Record1196

'For its small area, Northern Ireland has a great variety of scenic countryside and although there are no National Parks, large areas of landscape of distinctive character and special scenic value have been designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs). This designation is designed to protect and enhance the qualities of each area and to promote their enjoyment by the public. There are 8 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Northern Ireland ... '

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website765
Views of 'Full' Record1346

'The Welsh Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – Anglesey, Gower, Llŷn, the Clwydian Range, Dee Valley and Wye Valley – boast some of the most exceptional scenery in the UK. Whether you love nature, photography, walking or just being outdoors, they're superb places for holidays, short breaks, weekends away and days out. Their hills, rivers and coastal landscapes will simply blow you away.'

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Visit Wales

Visits to the Website1783
Views of 'Full' Record1647

'A Link Page for any botanical garden, arboretum or pinetum in the United Kingdom.'

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website542
Views of 'Full' Record871

'Use the Map to find out more about all the Capability Brown sites across the UK. The map points to a mixture of attributed and definite sites where Brown is thought to have worked or advised on.'

Navigate the Website>>> Interactive Map
Visits to the Website787
Views of 'Full' Record1106

'Around 3% of the land area of England is recognised as common land. On this website you will find a maintained and searchable database of registered parcels of common land in England ... The data is sourced from land registry and other records and was originally compiled by DEFRA ... The information was assembled between 1982 and 1993 as part of the biological survey of common land.'

Visits to the Website663
Views of 'Full' Record1178

'There are over 400 Country Parks in England, offering great places to enjoy yourself in a natural setting. Whether taking time out, exercising, improving your health, meeting up with friends or learning more about the countryside, Country Parks have something for everyone.'

Visits to the Website902
Views of 'Full' Record1424

'Walking is a highly popular activity in Northern Ireland forests. There are maps, apps, guides and booklets with information about various walks, trails and activities to enjoy in forests.'

Category Forests
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website643
Views of 'Full' Record1273

'Discover the sights, sounds and experiences of the forest. From the quiet of the woods to the call of the wild, there's something for everyone ... ' ALERT Natural Resources Wales has taken over the functions previously carried out by Forestry Commission Wales. The Map features nature reserves, trails, and open access land, as well as ‘woodlands’. Check the Sub-Section ‘Things to do’ within the Section ‘Days Out’ for details of some of the ‘Walks’ on offer within the natural environment of Wales.

Category Forests
Navigate the Website>>> Map of Places to Visit
Description from

Natural Resources Wales

Visits to the Website762
Views of 'Full' Record1406

'The British Isles host a wide range of fascinating geology providing "secret" walks through breathtaking scenery, literary inspiration, idyllic holiday destinations and the building materials for historic monuments. There are also many groups who organise lectures and excursions to help enthusiasts learn more about geology, as well as museums, discovery centres, geoparks and other important geological sites open to the public ...'

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British Geological Survey

Visits to the Website287
Views of 'Full' Record610

'We started the guide as a hobby in 2002, as at that time there were few resources on the internet to help people plan their visits. The first region we covered was Cornwall and by the time 12 months elapsed more than 200 gardens had applied to join ... With over 500 properties on our guide and more applying to join we should maintain our place as a leading resource for garden lovers.'

Visits to the Website554
Views of 'Full' Record849

'Use our interactive map to view a list of all the Green Flag Award® winners in each region together with a detailed description of the facilities, events and activities at each site.'

Description from

Green Flag Award

Visits to the Website574
Views of 'Full' Record962

Access to details of over eighty Cemetery Friends' Groups: 'Members of the Federation meet annually for the AGM and the venue varies each year with a mix of provincial and London based locations with the added incentive of a guided walk around the local cemetery either before or after the formality of the AGM.'

Category Cemeteries
Visits to the Website592
Views of 'Full' Record1106

'We welcome visitors to our National Nature Reserves (NNRs) because we want people to appreciate these wonderful places. The Reserves are scattered throughout England, from Lindisfarne in Northumberland to The Lizard in Cornwall. All ages are welcome and entry is free!'

Category Nature Reserves
Description from

Natural England

Visits to the Website768
Views of 'Full' Record1401

'Wales has more nature reserves per head of population than any other major European country. There are five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, three National Parks, 74 National Nature Reserves and hundreds more Local Nature Reserves, Wildlife Trust and RSPB Reserves etc each protecting unique habitats and the wildlife that depend on them.'

Category Nature Reserves
Description from

First-Nature.com

Visits to the Website712
Views of 'Full' Record1251

'National Scenic Areas (NSAs) were designated in 1980 in recognition of their outstanding scenery. Along with Scotland’s two National Parks, they represent our nation’s finest landscapes, and are equivalent to the Areas of Outstanding Beauty (AONBs) found in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.'

Visits to the Website917
Views of 'Full' Record1201

'The main aim of the Parks and Spaces website is to provide a reasonably comprehensive listing of named public open spaces, such as parks, recreation grounds, squares etc, in Great Britain ... The primary source of data is OpenStreetMap ...'

Description from

Mark Goodge

Visits to the Website503
Views of 'Full' Record1043

Link to the Wikipedia Category listing seventeen Subcategories and nine Pages.

Description from

Wikipedia

Visits to the Website815
Views of 'Full' Record1463

'The emphasis of the Register is on gardens, grounds and other planned open spaces, such as town squares. The majority of sites registered are, or started life as, the grounds of private houses, but public parks and cemeteries form important categories too ... The emphasis of the Register is on "designed" landscapes, rather than on planting or botanical importance ... Registered sites are not open to the public unless advertised elsewhere as being so.'

Description from

Historic England

Visits to the Website300
Views of 'Full' Record715

'Be inspired by the magic and beauty of Scotland's National Nature Reserves. These Reserves help protect an amazing range of wildlife and landscapes and each one is waiting to be discovered by you.'

Category Nature Reserves
Visits to the Website664
Views of 'Full' Record1146

'Woods and meadows, heaths and moors, mountain and downland, rivers and wetlands and the coast - The Wildlife Trusts manage more than 2,000 nature reserves across the UK, the Isle of man and Alderney. These protect rare and threatened species and habitats and are a gateway for you to experience the natural world ...'

Category Nature Reserves
Navigate the Website>>> Nature Reserves List | Nature Reserves Map
Visits to the Website461
Views of 'Full' Record876

'Abney Park in Stoke Newington, one of the "magnificent seven" garden cemeteries of London, is a woodland memorial park and Local Nature Reserve, managed by the Abney Park Trust. We offer free public access throughout the year so everyone can come and enjoy this oasis of peace and greenery with a fascinating history.'

Category Cemeteries
Size (acreage)31
Starting fromAbney Park Cemetery
Description from

Abney Park Trust

Visits to the Website1035
Views of 'Full' Record1268

'Afan Forest Park has 14 way marked circular walks and has therefore become a major walking destination. Our walks are diverse, varying from a one mile leisurely stroll to a ten mile (bring a packed lunch) hike. The starting points for our walks are Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre, Rhsylyn Car Park and Glyncorrwg Ponds Visitor Centre ... We have two walking packs available to ensure that you don’t get lost out on the trails. "Walks in Afan Forest Park" and "Walks in the Corrwg Valley" include information, directions and maps on all 14 walks.'

Navigate the Website>>> Things to do >>> Walking
Starting fromAfan Forest Park
Area
Visits to the Website780
Views of 'Full' Record1799

'The Reserve has a network of around 8 miles of footpaths marked by colour – banded posts ... The Woodland and Fisherman’s Path are also accessible by bike, pushchairs and wheelchairs. '

Category Nature Reserves
Size (acreage)1250
Starting fromPinfold Lane, Ainsdale
Walks described here by
See also

Formby [National Trust]

Visits to the Website645
Views of 'Full' Record1126

'Once in the park you may explore our lakeside walks, nature trails, outdoor play areas, picnic areas and visit 100 Aker Wood. Aldenham is a haven for a wide diversity of flora and fauna and is a great place for photography and wildlife watching. The walks are self guided but take a look at our Wildlife page to see the animals and plants you might find here so you can learn as you explore.'

Starting fromElstree
Description from

Aldenham Renaissance

Visits to the Website360
Views of 'Full' Record914

'An 80 hectare, Green Flag Award and Green Heritage winning landscaped park in the Borough of Haringey in north London. It was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2013, and is also a Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade 1.'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromAlexandra Park
Description from

Friends of Alexandra Park and Wikipedia

Visits to the Website686
Views of 'Full' Record1326

'Set in breathtaking surroundings you can recharge your batteries and enjoy one of the many walks and cycle trials on the grounds and take in the sights and sounds as you pedal or walk through the open landscape and forest trails.'

Starting fromCreagán
Visits to the Website602
Views of 'Full' Record1271

'Anfield is a mid-19th-century cemetery laid out by Edward Kemp. The site covers approximately 44 hectares. Elements include axial and circular paths, two chapels and a gothic style catacomb.'

Category Cemeteries
Size (acreage)110
Starting fromAnfield Cemetery
Description from

Parks and Gardens UK

See also

Anfield Cemetery (City of Liverpool Cemetery) [Wikipedia] | Anfield Cemetery [Historic England]

Visits to the Website669
Views of 'Full' Record1103

'There are paths across the reserve and to the beach. Combine this with a trip to the Farnes from Seahouses to make an exciting day out!'

Category Nature Reserves
Size (acreage)125
Visits to the Website681
Views of 'Full' Record1258

'Go back in time and watch the Severn Valley Railway trains steam across the hill from one of the magnificent signposted walks. The garden provides the ideal day out for you and your family, a dream escape from the bustle of everyday life ...'

Size (acreage)30
Starting fromArley Arboretum
See also

Upper Arley Circular Walk [Worcestershire County Council]

Visits to the Website784
Views of 'Full' Record1245

'Our programme of tours runs from March through to November and themes vary according to the season, offering insight into local history, people's lives, wildlife and beautiful architecture that can be found in the 45 acres of garden cemetery ... Want to visit Arnos Vale and take a self-guided tour? Buy one of our Trail leaflets ...'

Category Cemeteries
Size (acreage)45
Starting fromArnos Vale Cemetery
Description from

Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust

Visits to the Website681
Views of 'Full' Record1488

'This extraordinary place is famous for its amazing wildlife, stunning scenery, and superb walks. From the simple beauty of the lady's-slipper orchid to the shining sands of Morecambe Bay, the area is simply awe-inspiring - full of natural spectacles and a surprise around every corner.'

Navigate the Website>>> Enjoy >>> Walks
Visits to the Website1006
Views of 'Full' Record1641

'The largest area of open space in Redditch, 900 acres in size. The park was created in the 1970's by the Redditch Development Corporation and has become one of Redditch's greatest green assets. The park extends over 2.5 miles from Bordesley Abbey in the north of Washford Mill in the south. The River Arrow meanders through the park providing excellent wildlife habitats and interesting walks for visitors.'

'The Way Marked Trails were established under a joint initiative with Worcestershire County Council.'

Size (acreage)900
Starting fromArrow Valley Country Park
Description from

Redditch Borough Council

Visits to the Website1049
Views of 'Full' Record2082

Reed Bed Boardwalk  'This SSSI reed bed (designated Site of Special Scientific Interest) is a one of the largest in Sussex. Reed beds are a priority habitat for nature conservation in the UK and WWT are working hard to restore and maintain this vital habitat for wildlife ...'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromWWT Arundel Wetland Centre
Area
Visits to the Website675
Views of 'Full' Record1238

'The Forest offers the visitor wide open spaces, far-reaching views, deep-sided rushing ghylls and tranquil wooded areas. Each season brings its delights from the scent of the heather in full bloom on a hot summer's day to the mysterious misty days of autumn and winter. Walk away from the car parks and you could easily walk for hours without seeing another person!'

Category Forests
Starting fromAshdown Forest
Description from

Ashdown Forest

Area
Visits to the Website1291
Views of 'Full' Record1686

'Ashford Green Corridor is a green space that runs through the town of Ashford in Kent, England. The Green Corridor is made up of parks, recreation grounds and other green spaces alongside the rivers that flow through Ashford.'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromSingleton Lake
Area
Visits to the Website615
Views of 'Full' Record1336

'Ashtead Common is a 200 hectare (500 acre) ancient wooded common with over 2,300 ancient oak pollards located in north-east Surrey. The site has been part of the Epsom and Ashtead Commons Site of Special Scientific Interest since 1955 due to its rich community of breeding birds. It has also been a National Nature Reserve since 1995 due to the decaying wood of ancient trees and the rare invertebrates that live in it. The site includes two ancient Scheduled Monuments - a Roman villa and a triangular earthwork ...'

Navigate the Website>>> Explore Ashtead Common with our map [PDF]
Size (acreage)500
Starting fromAshtead Common
Walks described here by
See also

Ashtead Common Local Plan | Ashtead Village Heritage Trail [Leatherhead & District Local History Society]

Area
Visits to the Website809
Views of 'Full' Record1723

'The Park is a great place for a quiet stroll and there are three, mile long routes, to choose from (Lakeside Path / Explorer Trail or Easy Access Trail) whilst a short road crossing takes you into some attractive countryside between the park, Astbury village and Macclesfield Canal with Mow Cop and Congleton Edge destinations for those who wish to venture further.'

Size (acreage)35
Starting fromCongleton
Area
Visits to the Website783
Views of 'Full' Record1312

'Astley Hall is a museum and art gallery housed within a Grade I listed historic house. The Hall is set within the beautiful surroundings of Astley Park which include historic woodland, a lake, a fully renovated Victorian walled garden alongside clean and modern facilities for visitors to enjoy.'

Starting fromAstley Park
Description from

Chorley Council

Visits to the Website721
Views of 'Full' Record1257

'Aston Rowant Nature Reserve is located on the western escarpment of the Chiltern Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The reserve is in several sections, mostly in the parishes of Aston Rowant and Lewknor in Oxfordshire, with smaller sections in the parish of Stokenchurch in Buckinghamshire ... Information leaflets are available at the site and there are some waymarked trails, including two easy access trails (Aston Rowant and Linky Down Walks for All).'

Category Nature Reserves
Size (acreage)390
Starting fromAston Rowant
Walks described here by
See also

Aston Rowant NNR, South Oxfordshire [Oxford Conservation Volunteers]

Visits to the Website583
Views of 'Full' Record1267

'This site of special scientific interest (SSSI) is one of the most important sites for conservation in the East Midlands. In 1929 sand and gravel extraction began, providing materials and infrastructure in the Nottingham area.  After a period of restoration the now water-filled pits and islands provide food, shelter and freedom from disturbance for many species of wildlife.'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromAttenborough Nature Reserve
See also

Trent Lock and Attenborough Reserve [AA Walks and Bike Rides]

Visits to the Website1863
Views of 'Full' Record1547

'If you're looking for a breath of fresh air and to stretch your legs we've got the perfect walk route for you. We've got four permanent walks through our grounds ranging from the pushchair and wheelchair accessible Mile Walk to our longest walk the Woodland Walk (three miles). Pick up a Walks Leaflet with a map of all our routes from Visitor Reception next time you visit.'

Starting fromAttingham
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website521
Views of 'Full' Record2107

'The miles of tracks offer an opportunity to explore some of Dorset's internationally important heathland and its rare wildlife.'

Size (acreage)600
Starting fromRingwood
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website547
Views of 'Full' Record1232

'Enjoy a walk around one of our nature reserves - our top ten walks are available to download ...'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromAround and About
Area
Visits to the Website417
Views of 'Full' Record791

'Baggeridge was originally owned by the Earls of Dudley as part of the Himley Estate and consisted of small farms and ancient woodland along with the parkland of Himley Park. It was later landscaped by Lancelot "Capability" Brown in the 18th century; the landscape is still largely unchanged from the southern boundary up to the Wishing Pools. The whole site remained as landscaped by Brown until 1902 when work began to mine the northern half when pit shafts were sunk and a cast mining operation began ...'

Size (acreage)150
Starting fromBaggeridge Country Park
Walks described here by
See also

Trails at Baggeridge Country Park [South Staffordshire Council] (PDF)

Visits to the Website596
Views of 'Full' Record1094

'One of the finest public spaces in the West of Scotland with fantastic views over Loch Lomond and plenty of things to see and do ... The estate was designated as a country park in 1980, and since 2002 has been part of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.'

Navigate the Website>>> Useful Leaflet [PDF]
Size (acreage)200
Starting fromBalloch
See also

Balloch Castle Country Park [Walkhighlands] | Balloch Castle [Wikipedia]

Visits to the Website702
Views of 'Full' Record1100

'Covering 2,550 hectares (6,330 acres) on the Lochalsh peninsula, this traditional Highland crofting estate is a diverse mix of Scotland's most beautiful landscapes. It encompasses croft and farm land, woodland, moorland, villages, coastline, saltmarsh, lochs and offshore islands, and offers stunning views across the water to the mountains of Skye and Applecross.'

Size (acreage)6330
Starting fromBalmacara
Walks described here by
See also

Balmacara & The Woodland Walk [Lochalsh Tourist Guide]

Visits to the Website733
Views of 'Full' Record1692

'If you fancy getting away from it all, Barr Beacon might be just the nature reserve for you. Its only 3 miles from Walsall town centre, and it's one of the highest points in the West Midlands. It offers spectacular panoramic views, and from the top you can see surrounding landmarks including the Wrekin, Cannock Chase, Lichfield Cathedral, Birmingham City Centre, and the Lickey Hills. It's the high-point of the Beacon Way and a favourite walking spot for locals ...'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromBarr Beacon Local Nature Reserve
Description from

Walsall Council

Visits to the Website684
Views of 'Full' Record1152

'Battersea Park is a large (83 hectares/200 acres) Victorian park, built between 1854 and 1870. It was formally opened in 1858. A major programme of work has recently been completed to restore and refurbish many of the Victorian and Festival of Britain elements of the park. There is much to enjoy in this Green Flag Award winning park including ... a grand one-kilometre riverside promenade.'

Size (acreage)200
Starting fromBattersea Park
Description from

Friends of Battersea Park

See also

National Heritage List for England [Historic England]

Visits to the Website836
Views of 'Full' Record1278

'Established as a country park in 1992 on the site of a disused claypit Beacon Wood is now a thriving ecosystem home to an abundant range of wildlife and a popular retreat for local residents escaping the hussle and bustle of every day life.'

Starting fromBean
Description from

Friends of Beacon Wood

See also

Walks for all - Beacon Wood Country Park [Kent County Council] | Beacon Wood Country Park [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Area
Visits to the Website645
Views of 'Full' Record1486

The Friends of Bedford Cemetery 'organise walks, exhibitions and other events and activities ... The Cemetery was known as Bedford Cemetery until the new Cemetery at Norse Road was opened in 1987, when the name was changed to Foster Hill Road Cemetery to avoid confusion'.

Category Cemeteries
Size (acreage)37
Starting fromFoster Hill Road
Description from

Friends of Bedford Cemetery

See also

Foster Hill Road Cemetery [Bedford Borough Council] | Bedford Cemetery [Parks & Gardens UK]

Visits to the Website556
Views of 'Full' Record1257

'211 hectares (520 acres) of ancient woodland in Cambridgeshire, in the United Kingdom. It is a national nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest owned and managed by the Forestry Commission.'

Category Nature Reserves
Size (acreage)520
Starting fromBedford Purlieus National Nature Reserve
Description from

Wikipedia

Visits to the Website712
Views of 'Full' Record2886

'Adventure in a world of trees. Open all year, Bedgebury is perfect for cycling, walking, riding and playing in a spectacular world of trees ... '

Category Forests
Starting fromFlimwell
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website871
Views of 'Full' Record1291

Tree Trail 'There are over 100 species of tree in the Belfast Botanic Gardens collection. This trail takes you past a few of the outstanding specimens. All of the trees on the trail are described and illustrated in detail in the tree archive of the Friends of Belfast Botanic Gardens website.'

Note that 'we're restoring the Tropical Ravine ... The Tropical Ravine will close from Monday 17 November 2014 for the restoration work to begin on the building. The park will remain open, but the Ravine and some paths will close during construction'.

Starting fromBotanic Gardens
Description from

Belfast City Council

Visits to the Website731
Views of 'Full' Record1035

'We've developed a walking trail in partnership with the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, which tells the stories of some of the famous people buried in the cemetery, as well as linking the City Cemetery's maritime heritage and Titanic Belfast.'

Category Cemeteries
Navigate the Website>>> Belfast City Cemetery Maritime and Industrial Trail [PDF]
Size (acreage)54
Starting fromWhiterock Road
Description from

Belfast City Council

See also

Belfast City Cemetery [Visit Belfast]

Visits to the Website637
Views of 'Full' Record1195

'A diverse landscape of ancient woodland, grassland and lakes ... A circular walk, set up with the help of the Woodland Trust, follows the boundary of the estate and takes in five public access sites, including Belhus Chase.'

Starting fromBelhus Woods Country Park
Description from

Thurrock Council

See also

Belhus Woods [Essex Country Park] | Belhus Woods Country Park [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Area
Visits to the Website690
Views of 'Full' Record1382

'Outside, there are extensive grounds. A Grade I Registered heritage garden, lovingly restored and packed with an impressive array of shrubs and flowers which change with the seasons ...'

Starting fromBelsay Hall, Castle and Gardens
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website705
Views of 'Full' Record1964

'Belvoir Park Forest is a working forest within a city. It is a vibrant forest with a variety of wildlife and a range of tree specimens within easy reach of Belfast's outer ring road ... There are several way marked trails, starting and finishing at the forest car park.'

Category Forests
Starting fromBelvoir Park Forest
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website801
Views of 'Full' Record1474

'Ben Lawers is Scotland's tenth highest Munro and the central Highlands' highest mountain, stretching 1,214m (3,984ft) above Loch Tay. Make it to the summit and you'll be rewarded with magnificent views of Ben Lomond and Glencoe to the west, and the Cairngorms to the north. It's part of the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve, which encompasses nine mountains within the southern slopes of the Ben Lawers and Tarmachan ranges, seven of which are Munros. The area attracts walkers and climbers of all levels, who are drawn to the varied and scenic routes available.'

Category Nature Reserves
Navigate the Website>>> Ben Lawers Edramucky Trail [PDF]
Size (acreage)11000
Starting fromMilton Morenish
Walks described here by
See also

Ben Lawers [Scotland's National Nature Reserves]

Visits to the Website679
Views of 'Full' Record1240

'Sometimes still known as the Younger Botanic Garden, Benmore Botanic Garden covers an area of some 120 acres or 48 hectares. Set within a bowl of steeply rising mountains, Benmore enjoys a spectacular setting. Starting from the car park and visitor centre in the valley of the River Eachaig, the garden climbs the lower slopes of A'Chruach or Benmore Hill to a high point at a spectacular viewpoint 450ft above sea level ... '

Size (acreage)120
Starting fromBenmore Botanic Garden, near Dunoon
Description from

Undiscovered Scotland

See also

Benmore Botanic Garden [RBGE]

Visits to the Website653
Views of 'Full' Record1237

Bentley Prior Nature Reserve 'is open all year round and welcomes all visitors, human and wild. All types of visitors will find something to interest them here ...'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromBentley Prior Nature Reserve
Visits to the Website1111
Views of 'Full' Record1568

'The castle grounds are a haven for walkers with the woodlands offering a great opportunity to view the castle from different perspectives. Follow the John Musgrave Trail to enjoy beautiful views up to the castle from the lake ...'

Starting fromBerry Pomeroy
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website602
Views of 'Full' Record1237

'Bicton Park Botanical Gardens is home to many rare plants with origins from all parts of the world, including one of the finest collections of trees in Britain. This Heritage garden is maintained by a team of dedicated gardeners who look after and tend the different areas, so that you can enjoy them to their fullest. The 63 acres of land and gardens to explore will keep you coming back time after time as you see them progress through the year and change with the seasons.'

Size (acreage)63
Starting fromBicton
Area
Visits to the Website628
Views of 'Full' Record1027

Shrubbery  'This delightful area of the Gardens is characterised by beautiful walks, decorative foliage and enchanting water features.'

Starting fromEdgbaston
Visits to the Website576
Views of 'Full' Record1213

'Over 500 acres of woodland, heathland and open space, including over 10 miles of well-surfaced tracks and all the facilities and activities you need for a great family day out.'

Size (acreage)500
Starting fromBlack Park
Visits to the Website685
Views of 'Full' Record1336

'The Blackdown Hills are a little-known group of hills lying on the border of Devon and Somerset. Broadly, the area extends from Wellington in the north to Honiton in the south and from Cullompton in the west to Chard in the east.'

Navigate the Website>>> Walking
Area
Visits to the Website1357
Views of 'Full' Record2109

'The nature reserve has an Education Centre and a trail guide and toilets for visitors. Eight kilometres of rolled gravel paths give access around the site suitable for all season use by mobility scooters, pushchairs and more robust wheelchairs. Two "Tramper" mobility scooters are available to borrow by prior arrangement.'

Category Nature Reserves
Starting fromBlashford Lakes
Area
Visits to the Website600
Views of 'Full' Record1022

'Located between Blyth and the county boundary at Seaton Sluice, the 5km of bays, links and foreshore offer something for everyone who wants to visit the beautiful Northumberland coast. A bay of golden sand, dunes and rock pools to explore, and the chance to spot some spectacular wildlife along the coastline.'

Category Nature Reserves
Navigate the Website>>> Blyth & Seaton Sluice links and foreshore
Starting fromBlyth and Seaton Sluice
Visits to the Website669
Views of 'Full' Record1477

'Walks will take you through a patchwork quilt of pools, plantations, dells and glades which provide habitats for flora, fauna, insect life and numerous species of resident and migrating birds.'

Size (acreage)156
Starting fromWolverley, Kidderminster
Visits to the Website596
Views of 'Full' Record1281

'The "Bogs of Ballymoney" booklet is part of the Bogs of Ballymoney Project which includes new footpath, interpretation and infrastructure works on the Croaghan Way ... This guide will introduce you to the fantastic bog land resource that exists within the Ballymoney area, highlighting the areas where you can experience this first hand and the species you might see there ... Only two of the sites mentioned are publicly accessible: [1] Garry Bog - - - : [2] Slieveanorra and Croaghan.'

Note 'Due to a landslide in August 2014, the Croaghan Way is currently closed'

Category Nature Reserves
Navigate the Website>>> Bogs of Ballymoney Booklet [PDF]
Description from

Visit Ballymoney

Visits to the Website580
Views of 'Full' Record1402

'Lies about 9 miles west of Morpeth and is signposted off the A696 from Belsay. It is situated in the heart of the beautiful Northumberland countryside surrounded by historic landscapes and dramatic views. It has lakeside, woodland and open grassed areas for all to enjoy with the attractive lakeside walk being accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs.'

Navigate the Website>>> Bolam Lake Country Park & visitor centre
Starting fromBolam Lake
Visits to the Website718
Views of 'Full' Record1703

'Beyond the Garden lies 200 acres of parkland and woodland set within the beauty of the High Weald.
To the North are the woodland walks of Warren and Stephanie's Glade. The South Park features a variety of popular amenities, including Parkland and Woodland Walks.'

Size (acreage)200
Starting fromBorde Hill Garden
Area
Visits to the Website673
Views of 'Full' Record1329

'Discover exciting wildlife in this fascinating reserve with a prehistoric past ... Wander along the forest tracks between the pine trees to look and listen for unusual birds such as crossbill, goldcrest and raven. You may glimpse the iconic red squirrel leaping from branch to branch. With no introduced grey squirrels on the Island, their smaller cousin thrives here ...'

Category Forests
Size (acreage)95
Starting fromYarmouth
See also

Bouldnor Cliff [Wikipedia]

Area
Visits to the Website323
Views of 'Full' Record996

'An ancient landscape alive with the sights and sounds of wildlife. This grazing marsh has played a vital role in the lives of people and wildlife for centuries. Now, after careful restoration, it's ready and waiting for you to explore and enjoy. There are 4 miles (6 km) of nature trails for you to explore on foot, three viewing points and two picnic areas.'

Category Nature Reserves
Size (acreage)660
Starting fromNear St Margaret Church, Bowers Gifford
Walks described here by
See also

Bowers Marsh Walk [Essex Walks]

Area
Visits to the Website771
Views of 'Full' Record2352

'At Bowhill you can wander and wonder on five way-marked trails that vary in distance and terrain. Whether you are looking for a challenging walk up into the hills or a leisurely stroll in the woods, we have more interesting paths than you can shake an oak stick at.'

Starting fromBowhill House & Country Estate
Description from

Bowhill

Visits to the Website682
Views of 'Full' Record1456

'Parks and countryside sites in Bracknell Forest ... Ranger-led walks take place around the borough all year round. This is a great opportunity to meet like-minded people whilst your body reaps the benefits of exercise in the fresh air. For information about organised walks in your area please see our leaflet.

Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Bracknell Forest Council

Area
Visits to the Website605
Views of 'Full' Record1227

'Extending to 830 acres of publicly accessible countryside the Park has a wild and rugged aspect that you do not expect to find so close to the city with dramatic rocky outcrops and gnarled old oak trees, many of which are well over 500 years old ...'

Size (acreage)830
Starting fromBradgate Park
Description from

The Bradgate Park Trust

Visits to the Website703
Views of 'Full' Record1204

'From the visitor centre at Brandon Country Park you can follow a number of trails, cycle routes and walks that take you through the park and the surrounding Thetford Forest.' ALERT Website Links changed.

Starting fromBrandon
Description from

Brandon Country Park

Area
Visits to the Website813
Views of 'Full' Record1261

'Brechfa Forest covers some 6500 hectares and is looked after by Forestry Commission Wales [now Natural Resources Wales] for the benefit of people, wildlife and timber production. There are walking and mountain bike trails for you to enjoy.'

Category Forests
Navigate the Website>>> Brechfa Forest [PDF]
Starting fromBrechfa Forest
Description from

Discover Carmarthenshire

Visits to the Website1273
Views of 'Full' Record1867

'Little can match the enjoyment of striding along our open ridges, strolling along our peaceful towpaths or exploring our beautiful, sun-dappled woods. The Brecon Beacons National Park is full of wonderful places, guaranteed to give you a sense of exhilaration and freedom ... Within our park, there are walks for all levels of ability, with varied landscapes to choose from ...'

Category National Parks
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website1466
Views of 'Full' Record2201

'Is probably one of the British Isles smallest and least known country parks (unless you know of one under 8 acres !) Reclaimed from the remains of a Victorian brickworks and clay diggings, Brickfields Country Park is a peaceful, natural park, known only by local residents and a few in the know - and now you ! ...'

Size (acreage)8
Starting fromBrickfields Country Park, Aldershot
Area
Visits to the Website677
Views of 'Full' Record1379

'The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is Britain's largest protected wetland and third largest inland waterway, with the status of a national park. It's also home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the UK. The Broads Authority was set up in 1989, with responsibility for conservation, planning, recreation and waterways.'

Category National Parks
Area
Visits to the Website943
Views of 'Full' Record1606

'Since opening in 1999, Brocks Hill Country Park has received increasing interest as a place for informal recreation and now attracts over 150,000 visitors per year ...'

Starting fromBrocks Hill Country Park
Visits to the Website895
Views of 'Full' Record1337

'The quintessential Victorian "Highland" estate, Brodick Castle, Garden & Country Park on the Isle of Arran is the perfect place for a family day out. Dramatically set against the backdrop of Goatfell mountain, the grand red sandstone Scottish baronial-style castle has stunning views over Brodick Bay to the Firth of Clyde ...'

Starting fromIsle of Arran
Walks described here by
Area
Visits to the Website640
Views of 'Full' Record1270

'Spectacularly restored to their full Victorian splendour, the gardens are home to a collection of grand gardens in miniature, filled with colourful seasonal plantings and displays. Stroll through the statue walks, the fern dell grotto and the beautiful wild rose dell.'

Starting fromBrodsworth Hall and Gardens
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website634
Views of 'Full' Record1529

'In an area with few green spaces or outdoor recreational facilities, the Cemetery offers an oasis in all seasons, with paths for walkers and cyclists, and hours of diversion for historians, genealogists, naturalists and connoisseurs of memorial art and sculpture. Brompton Cemetery is managed by The Royal Parks, under contract from the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, and is thus Britain's only Crown Cemetery.'

Category Cemeteries
Size (acreage)39
Starting fromBrompton Cemetery
See also

Brompton Cemetery [The Royal Parks]

Visits to the Website843
Views of 'Full' Record1272

'Follow the heritage trail to discover the people of Bromsgrove, their lives and their deaths.'

Category Cemeteries
Size (acreage)6
Starting fromBromsgrove Cemetery
Description from

The Bromsgrove Society

Visits to the Website852
Views of 'Full' Record1771

'Get a birds-eye view of gorgeous Harwood Dale from the escarpment edge on a circular walk (just under 6 miles) that starts and finishes in the shade of Broxa Forest ...'

Category Forests
Starting fromBroxa Forest
Visits to the Website765
Views of 'Full' Record1456

'Charming ancient woodland, diverse wildlife and rich history make Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve (NNR) a truly magnificent place to be. As Hertfordshire’s only NNR, Broxbourne Woods is a very large area of sessile oak and hornbeam woodland at the northern most part of its natural range.'

Category Nature Reserves
Navigate the Website>>> Walkers Guide [PDF]
Starting fromBroxbourne Woods
See also

Broxbourne Woods Sculpture Trail and Audio Guide

Visits to the Website1108
Views of 'Full' Record5782

'Bunhill Fields is a former burial ground in the London Borough of Islington, north of the City of London, now managed as a public garden by the City of London Corporation. It is about 4 hectares (9.9 acres) in extent, although historically it was much larger.'

Category Cemeteries
Size (acreage)10
Starting fromCity Road, Finsbury
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website661
Views of 'Full' Record1127

'The gardens and parkland that you see today at Burghley were largely designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown in the 18th century. Today, sweeping vistas down to the spires of Stamford with the backdrop of the House create the perfect canvas for open air classical concerts, wedding receptions, events or just a quiet stroll with the dog.'

Starting fromBurghley House
Visits to the Website870
Views of 'Full' Record2363

'One of the most striking and historic features in the landscape of eastern Leicestershire. The well-preserved Iron Age hill fort dramatically crowns a steep-sided promontory of land reaching 210m (690 ft), with superb views. A prominent landmark and ready-made arena, the hill has long been a place for public recreation. As well as the grassy hilltop the country park offers diverse wildlife habitats and varied areas to visit ... Since 1970 Leicestershire County Council has leased this 35 hectare site from the Ernest Cook Trust.'

Size (acreage)85
Starting fromBurrough Hill
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website418
Views of 'Full' Record936

'Lies on the River Irwell covering an area of 36 hectares of scenic countryside, one mile north west of Bury town centre.'

Starting fromBurrs Country Park
Description from

Bury Council

Visits to the Website996
Views of 'Full' Record2967

'Bute Forest is located on the north end of the Isle of Bute. The community owned land merges with that owned by other parties and the paths, trails and interesting sites run throughout.'

Category Forests
Starting fromBute Forest, Isle of Bute
Description from

Bute Community Land Company

Area
Visits to the Website653
Views of 'Full' Record1367

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