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*AccessAble
Overview

'AccessAble is here to take the chance out of going out. To give you the detailed information you need to work out if a place is going to be accessible to you. We've surveyed 10,000s of venues across the UK and Ireland.' (Formerly DisabledGo.)

*Action Medical Research for Children
Overview

'At Action Medical Research, we offer some incredible events whatever your ambitions, sporting ability or location. You will receive excellent support before and during your event in the knowledge that you will be helping to stop suffering in children. Every event helps fund medical research to treat sick babies and tackle premature birth, to make life better for children with disabilities, and to target a group of rare diseases that together severely affect many forgotten children.'

*Active Cumbria - Walking
Overview

'Active Cumbria, the Sport and Physical Activity Partnership is one of 45 County Sports Partnerships (CSP's) in England; the foundations of the organisation were laid in 1999 when the local authorities in Cumbria came together to collaborate and secure funding to deliver Sport England's Active Sport Programme ...'

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Active Cumbria

*Active Newcastle - Walking
Overview

'City Walking ... Fell Walking ... Nordic Walking ... Orienteering ... Race Walking ... Rambling'

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Newcastle City Council

*Active Norfolk - Walking
Overview

'Welcome to Active Norfolk - the County Sports Partnership for Norfolk! We aim to provide the single source of activity information for players, organisers, supporters and media. We are working in partnership with all of Norfolk's local authorities, Public Health Norfolk and Sport England to increase participation in sport and physical activity.'

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Active Norfolk

*Active Slough - Walking
Overview

'Take a stroll, completing an active mile from your local medical centre.'

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Slough Borough Council

*activeNewham - Walking
Overview

'Do you enjoy getting out and about, meeting new people and improving your health and fitness?
Our friendly walking groups meet regularly to discover great walking routes within Newham and further afield. You can either join our relatively easy led walks, or be more adventurous with our ramblers.'

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Newham Council

*Administrative Geography of the United Kingdom
Overview

Access to detailed map showing the 'Administrative Units of the United Kingdom'

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The Map was produced by Maximilian Dörrbecker

*Adur & Worthing Councils
Overview

'In 2007, Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Council took the decision to work in partnership. The original goal was to create a single, senior officer structure and shared services across the two councils and to deliver savings and efficiencies for both councils. This innovative, groundbreaking project, the first of its kind nationally, was supported from the start by Improvement and Efficiency South East who, since then, have gone on to share this approach with many other councils regionally and nationally ...'

*Afan Forest Park
Overview

'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.'

*Ainsdale Sand Dunes National Nature Reserve
Size (acreage)1250
Overview

'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. '

Description from

Natural England

See also

Formby [National Trust]

*Albury Parish Council
Overview

'Albury has much to offer the visitor, but the surrounding countryside is also of special interest to walkers and to those on horseback. There are well marked bridle paths over the heaths and the footpaths, too, are well signposted.'

*Aldenham Country Park
Overview

'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.'

Description from

Aldenham Renaissance

*Alderley Edge Wilmslow & District Footpath Preservation Society
Overview

'Founded in 1913 we have a current membership of more than fifty.'

*Alexandra Park
Overview

'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.'

Description from

Friends of Alexandra Park and Wikipedia

*Allerdale Borough Council
Overview

'Specially designed "doorstep walk" guides have been created which suggest simple walking routes in each of the towns in the borough. All the suggested walking routes are are easily accessible and follow good footpaths. The aim is to encourage people to do at least 150 minutes of gentle exercise per week to improve their overall health.'

*Alpine Exploratory
Overview

'Alpine Exploratory exists to discover the best mountain walking in Europe - the most beautiful mountains and the most spectacular routes - and to give clients enjoyable and satisfying holidays based on this research We place great importance on a friendly, efficient and positive approach to all aspects of organising holidays.'

*Alston Moor - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'One of its aims is to promote Alston Moor as a destination for walkers for both visitors and local people by providing information on local walks, the area in general and the facilities available. It will also lead monthly walks and is actively involved in the North Pennines Walking Festival and with the Greg’s Hut Association, who maintain Greg’s Hut, an old lead-mining building high up on Cross Fell now a mountain bothy.'

*Alton - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'Walk Alton brings together representatives from local walking groups and clubs such as Walking for Health and Alton Ramblers, and from Alton Town Council and local businesses. Walk Alton aims to support and develop walking activities in the Alton area, both for recreation and to support local initiatives to improve people’s health, and to work with the local community, businesses, walking-related organizations & local authorities ... In January 2019, Walk Alton was successful in regaining Walkers are Welcome accreditation for the town.'

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Walk Alton

*Alton Walking and Cycling Festival
Overview

Usually held Early May. (There has also been advertised an Alton Walking Week in October.)

Description from

Alton Town Council

*Altrincham and District Rambling Club
Overview

The Club for Hillwalkers, Ramblers and Amblers  'We are a "not for profit" organisation with very modest membership fees whose objective is "to encourage the appreciation, conservation and enjoyment of the countryside". Please explore the site and the Facebook page to find out more about us and the countryside walks and other activities that we can offer you.'

*Amber Valley Borough Council
Overview

'The Amber Valley area offers many opportunities for walkers, horse riders and cyclists of all abilities to get out and about.  There's a wide variety of way-marked routes that include spectacular scenery, quaint villages and fascinating local history.'

*Amber Valley Ramblers
Overview

'Our Group was formed in April 1976, in mid-Derbyshire, and now has 210+ members, from a wide variety of backgrounds and age groups, but all with a common love of the countryside ... Walks are in all parts of Derbyshire and Staffordshire, and it will be noted from our programme that we also go away for long week ends twice a year to places such as Devon, the Lake District, Wales, and Northumbria. Members have also tackled the Three Peaks of Yorkshire and walked the Pennine Way in the past.'

*Amesbury Walkers
Overview

'Series walks are designed so that they may be completed at your own pace.  We do not all go out together in one big group but each walker has a copy of the route and is able to start at any time and walk at their own speed.  This has the advantage that quicker walkers are not held up by a slower pace, and vice-versa.  It does not mean that walkers go off by themselves as there is always a group that will walk at your own pace.'

*An Creagán
Overview

'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.'

*Ancestor's Trail
Overview

'An annual biological pilgrimage that celebrates "our place" within the biodiversity machine we call evolution. Although the inspiration for this walk is to provide a shared experience for non-religious people, our common origins belong to us all and so we warmly extend an invitation to anyone.' Usually held in August.

*Anchor Ramblers Leigh
Overview

'The Club was formed in May 1978 by a group of workers at the BICC factory in Leigh. Although any link with BICC was broken a long time ago, the name "Anchor" comes from that connection with "Anchor Cables". The purpose of the club is to provide an opportunity for people to enjoy rambling in a safe and enjoyable environment.'

*Andrew's Walks
Overview

'Welcome to my walking diary, which I started in January 2013 in order to store memories and revisit happy days spent on the fells and elsewhere ...' Includes a brief description of the walk, (delightful) photographs, and a route map for - so far - some 250 walks, concentrating on the Lake District, North Yorks and East Yorks, but with some walks elsewhere.

Description from

Andrew Locking

*Anfield Cemetery
Size (acreage)110
Overview

'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.'

Description from

Parks and Gardens UK

See also

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

*Anglesey Walking Holidays
Overview

'You will be in the hands of the local experts with Anglesey Walking Holidays. We pride ourselves in offering tailor-made hiking tours along the Anglesey Coast Path, now part of the Wales Coast Path. We are passionate about our island and its culture and can offer expertise and local knowledge of each Trail ...'

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Eurwyn and Gillian Williams

*Anglesey Walking Network Group
Overview

'Group set up and supported by Isle of Anglesey County Council to promote walking and tourism associated with walking on the island. Its aim is to provide a comprehensive guide for visitors walking not only the Coastal Path, but also the wonderful and numerous inland walks, around the lakes, marshes and stunning scenery that make up this beautiful and ancient land.' ALERT The Website cited here is a replacement for the original, which seems to have disappeared.

*Anglian Water Parks
Overview

'Whether you are out for a gentle stroll or a serious hike, head to one of our water parks to breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the scenery on offer which includes, grasslands, wild flowers and woodlands. As you walk our trails be on the lookout for the wide range of wildlife that make their home with us, including insects, mammals and amphibians.'

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Anglian Water Services

*Angus Glens Walking Festival
Overview

Usually held Late May.

*Annierak
Overview

'Hi.  I like walking in the UK and from 2001 onwards I have been busy trying to do as many National Trails, LDPs, Regional Routes and Local walks as possible.  Occasionally a mountain climb, or cycle ride gets chucked into the mix and I will bung the details up on my site - the general tone involves mockney and some self deprication!'

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Gemma Barclay

*Annstead Dunes
Size (acreage)125
Overview

'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!'

*Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council
Overview

'The Borough of Antrim & Newtownabbey is an ideal area to explore on foot. Steeped in folklore and set in tranquil countryside, the walking routes allow you to explore the rich natural and cultural heritage the Borough has to offer.'

*Appleton Parish Council
Overview

'Appleton Parish Council asked us to provide some circular walks that residents can enjoy by walking from the Parish Hall. They are intended to entice you to see some or even all of the network of paths within the Parish ... '

*Architecture Foundation
Overview

'Each month, we run lively and critical tours led by London's best architects and architectural writers. Featuring tours of rapidly transforming districts and exclusive visits to the best new buildings, the Architecture Foundation tours programme provides the expert's take on London's architecture and urbanism.'

*Argyll and Bute Council
Overview

'Argyll and Bute's unique landscape of mountains, lochs and fantastic scenery make it a great place to enjoy the outdoors - whether you are interested in walking, cycling, riding or watersports there are plenty of places to explore.'

*Arley Arboretum & Gardens
Size (acreage)30
Overview

'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 ...'

See also

Upper Arley Circular Walk [Worcestershire County Council]

*Arnos Vale Cemetery
Size (acreage)45
Overview

'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 ...'

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Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust

*Arnside & Silverdale AONB
Overview

'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.'

*Arrow Valley Country Park
Size (acreage)900
Overview

'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.'

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Redditch Borough Council

*Arrow Valley Countryside Group
Overview

'We are a lively, local, independent walking club, founded in 1953, based in the Arrow Valley, Worcestershire, with a membership of around 100, mainly from The Redditch, Bromsgrove and South Birmingham areas.'

*Arun District Council
Overview

Access to details of the wide range of 'green spaces' throughout the Arun District, including: Beautiful Parks, Cemeteries, Community Orchards and Local Nature Reserves.

*Arun-Adur Ramblers
Overview

'Our group is centred around Worthing, close to the South Downs National Park. Our walks range from Chichester to Eastbourne, with many local ones.'

*Arundel Wetland Centre
Overview

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 ...'

*Asfordby Parish Council
Overview

'Asfordby Parish consists of three villages, Asfordby, Asfordby Valley and Asfordby Hill, which are situated to the north of the River Wreake near to the market town of Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire ... Land to the south of Asfordby is characterised by water meadows and wash-land areas while the valley setting is emphasised by rising, mainly pasture, land to the north.'

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Choose How You Move

*Ashdown Forest
Overview

'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!'

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Ashdown Forest

*Ashfield District Council
Overview

'The district consists of three towns and many smaller villages situated in beautiful countryside that offers expansive views, especially from the highest points in Nottinghamshire, which sit within Ashfield.'

*Ashford Green Corridor
Overview

'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.'

*Ashridge Estate
Size (acreage)2000
Overview

'With 2,000 acres of mature woodland to explore you can while away the hours amongst our magnificent beeches and mighty oaks.'

Description from

National Trust

See also

Ashridge Boundary Trail [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

*Ashtead Common
Size (acreage)500
Overview

'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 ...'

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City of London Corporation

*Ashton-U-Lyne & District Walking Club
Overview

'The Club was formed in 1931 and caters for all ages and walking abilities. Over the years it has grown to a membership of 200 approximately, with a variety of walks graded, strolling, easy & moderate / strenuous.'

*Astbury Mere Country Park
Size (acreage)35
Overview

'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.'

*Astley Hall
Overview

'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.'

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Chorley Council

*Aston Cantlow Parish Council
Overview

'Aston Cantlow Parish is a beautiful place to walk in the countryside and it is excellent exercise to help to keep you fit & healthy ... You can download lots of local walks from Aston Cantlow in PDF format that were produced in conjunction with the Aston Cantlow Parish Path Volunteers.'

*Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve
Size (acreage)390
Overview

'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).'

See also

Aston Rowant NNR, South Oxfordshire [Oxford Conservation Volunteers]

*Attenborough Nature Reserve
Overview

'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.'

*Attingham Park
Overview

'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.'

Description from

National Trust

*Aurum Press
Overview

''Have published the official walking guides to all of Britain’s National Trails. Aurum Press is part of the Quarto Group ... Frances Lincoln is also now part of Quarto's UK publishing unit, the Aurum Publishing Group.

ALERT At Review, I have Linked to an item in The Bookseller pending a re-appearance of the imprint on the Quarto Knows Website.

*Autumn Footprints Festival
Overview

Usually held Mid September. Typically over three dozen walks of various levels of difficulty at various locations in Amber Valley and Erewash.

*Avon Heath Country Park
Size (acreage)600
Overview

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

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Dorset Council

*Aycliffe Fell Walking Club
Overview

'Aycliffe Fell walking Club is based in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham (near Darlington in the North East of England) and is open to everyone interested in fell walking or rambling. It caters for walkers of all abilities and ages. It became Aycliffe Fellwalking Club in 2011.'

*Aylesbury and District Ramblers
Overview

'We are a friendly, informal group with nearly 300 members ... Join us for great walks in the Aylesbury area ... We organise about 120 walks a year, suitable for all abilities. Everything from 4 to 14 miles. Some are leisurely, some strenuous, but most are somewhere in between. So, why not give us a try?'

*Aylsham - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'Aylsham is at the heart of 2 long distance paths and a number of circular walks:

* The Marriotts Way starts (or finishes) in Aylsham and runs 26 miles to Norwich.

* The Weavers' Way which runs through the Broads to Aylsham and then north towards Cromer through rolling farmland and then onto the rugged North Norfolk Coast, linking eventually with the North Norfolk Coastpath and the Peddar's Way.

* The Bure Valley Footpath traces the Bure Valley River to Wroxham.'

*Ayrshire Paths Initiative
Overview

'The Ayrshire Paths Initiative provides sensitively managed, well sign-posted routes for all capabilities of walker and cyclist.  Routes include Ayr, Irvine, Muirkirk, Maybole, Largs, Dailly, Dalry, Irvine Valley, Girvan, Straiton, Barr, Dalmellington and Cumbrae.'

*Ayrshire Scotland
Overview

Details of about 40 Walks throughout Ayrshire & Galloway - each including a Photo Tour Page to give a guide to the route.

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Relevant Search

*Baby Routes: The Roamings and Ramblings of a Walkabout Mum
Overview

'This is a site to share baby friendly walks and walking routes, connect with other outdoor parents, find baby friendly outdoor groups and activities and review the kit that helps get ourselves and our little ones out the door.'

Description from

Kate Limburn

*Baggeridge Country Park
Size (acreage)150
Overview

'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 ...'

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Wikipedia

*Baildon - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'The Baildon Plan, first put together by Baildon Town Council, following much public consultation in 2011, included an aspiration for Baildon to achieve the designation of becoming a Walkers are Welcome town. A steering group of local residents with a keen interest in walking and the countryside was established and set out to demonstrate that we met the criteria for achieving national designation. In 2013 Baildon was awarded Walkers are Welcome status, thanks to its fantastic countryside location and abundance of routes for walkers of all abilities.'

*Baildon Town Council
Overview

'Baildon is a fantastic place to walk. Although Skipton claims the title "Gateway to the Dales", many think that Baildon could just as easily hold that accolade.'

*Ballater Walking Festival
Overview

'Caters for a wide range of walking abilities and features 18 walks throughout the Cairngorms in addition to social events.' Usually held May.

*Balloch Castle Country Park
Size (acreage)200
Overview

'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.'

See also

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

*Balmacara Estate & Woodland Walks
Size (acreage)6330
Overview

'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.'

Description from

National Trust for Scotland

See also

Balmacara & The Woodland Walk [Lochalsh Tourist Guide]

*Bannside Rambling Club
Overview

'Walking in Northern Ireland and beyond for over 35 years.'

*Barmouth Walking Festival
Overview

Usually held Mid September.

*Barnack Parish Council
Overview

Descriptions of a series of circular walks issued by Parishes in Barnack Ward.

*Barnard Castle Ramblers
Overview

The Website includes access to about thirty Route Maps for 'Barnard Castle Circular Walks' around and about Barnard Castle.

*Barnsley Council
Overview

Countryside and Conservation 'Information about the green spaces available in the local countryside and how to enjoy them.'

*Barr Beacon Local Nature Reserve
Overview

'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 ...'

Description from

Walsall Council

*Barrington Parish Council
Overview

'Barrington has an extensive network of public rights of way / footpaths which are maintained by a small group of volunteers ... Maps of the footpaths can be found in the church and a large display can be found outside the church and at the village hall. A number of circular walks from Barrington with maps can be accessed ...'

*Barrow & District HF Rambling Club
Overview

'Established in 1930, and currently has over 350 members. A private coach is operated every Sunday to deliver members into the heart of the English Lake District. Members are offered a choice of 3 walks to suit their own capabilities ...'

*Barrow Borough Council
Overview

'Discover Barrow on Foot, a selection of walking leaflets are available here for you to download ...'

*Basildon & District Rambling Club
Overview

'We are an independent friendly group of people who enjoy walking and will always offer you a warm welcome. We are based in the Basildon Borough Council area, but have numerous members from Chelmsford, Brentwood and Southend areas.'

*Basildon Council
Overview

'Crays Hill, Little Burstead, North Benfleet, Ramsden Crays circular walks. Norsey Wood, Wat Tyler Nature Trails.'

*Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
Overview

'Walking is one of the best physical activities you can do and there are many opportunities available. Whether you want to walk and talk with a group of like minded people at a leisurely pace or take a more energetic walk on your own in some of the borough's beautiful open spaces and countryside there is plenty of guidance to get you going.'

*Bassetlaw District Council
Overview

'Bassetlaw District Council, Clumber Park National Trust and Bassetlaw PCT have joined up to promote the Department of Health Change4Life message to "Eat Well, Move More and Live Longer!" The Walking in Bassetlaw ... booklet contains information on Health Walks, Independent Walks, Cycling, Pedometer Loan Scheme and much more ...'

*batchgeo
Overview

'We love maps, and we think they should be easy to make - that's why we made BatchGeo. It's the fastest way to create Google Maps from your data. It accepts addresses, intersections, cities, states, and postal codes. We do the hard work of figuring out where all your data lives in the real world.'

*Bath and West Country Walks
Overview

'Relax and enjoy your guided or self guided walking holidays in the peaceful countryside of the West Country of England ... Discover the Cotswolds set amidst gentle rolling countryside and enjoy Somerset with its picturesque Mendip Hills. Also the beautiful Wiltshire Downs and its heritage together with the contrasting scenery of Exmoor with its coastline, heather moors and wooded combes ...'

*Bath Ramblers
Overview

'We have two regular Sunday walks, each usually of about 5/6 and 10/12 miles and some midweek walks during the day or in the evening in the summer. Non-members are most welcome to come on rambles. After two walks we would invite you to join the Ramblers’ Association.'

*Battersea Park
Size (acreage)200
Overview

'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.'

Description from

Friends of Battersea Park

*Battlefield Heritage Park
Overview

'On Saturday 21st of July 1403 a rebel army led by Sir Henry "Hotspur" Percy and the Royal army of Henry IV met. The Battle that followed was to be remembered by its ferocity ...' Note that I have replaced the original Link.

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Shropshire's Great Outdoors

*BBC Countryfile Magazine
Overview

Descriptions of some 350 walks and walk locations across the UK searchable via  'town, city or full postcode'.

Description from

BBC Countryfile Magazine

*Beacon Wood Country Park
Overview

'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.'

Description from

Friends of Beacon Wood

See also

Beacon Wood Country Park [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

*Bear Walking Group
Overview

'Aimed at people in their 20s to 40s who enjoy walking, outdoor activities, and mixing with like minded individuals.'

*Bedford Borough Council
Overview

'There are over 980 kilometres of Public Rights of Way in the Bedford Borough area, linking towns and villages to the diverse countryside and landscape of the county. The Borough Council is responsible for the management of this access network, which consists of 600 kilometres of Public Footpaths, 350 kilometres of Public Bridleways and 34 kilometres of Public Byway (BOATS). There are also a number of promoted routes ranging from village walks to regional trails.'

*Bedford Cemetery
Size (acreage)37
Overview

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'.

Description from

Friends of Bedford Cemetery

See also

Bedford Cemetery [Parks & Gardens UK]

*Bedford Purlieus National Nature Reserve
Size (acreage)520
Overview

'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.'

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Wikipedia

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