'Walking trail meandering through contrasting landscapes between the medieval town of King’s Lynn and the Farm and Workhouse museum in Gressenhall.'
'The National Three Peaks Challenge is a well known phrase amongst the more adventurous. This challenge involves walking the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours ... The three peaks are:  Ben Nevis (1,344 m or 4,409 ft), the highest mountain in Scotland;  Scafell Pike (978 m or 3,209 ft), the highest mountain in England;  Snowdon / Yr Wyddfa (1,085 m or 3,560 ft), the highest mountain in Wales ... Organised versions of the National Three Peaks Challenge are available, while many groups organise their own.'
However, we must note that the Challenge is 'putting increasing pressure on the same localities throughout the summer months, with considerable negative impact on the environment, local residents, rescue services and amenities. The National Parks/Local Authorities and landowners are responding to the impact of this event by discouraging further growth and beginning to operate a stronger management regime for it'.
Two 'Great British Walks': Headon Warren is 'a breathtaking walk with splendid views of the mainland, and a Bronze Age burial mound' (4.25 miles); Tennyson Down is 'an invigorating downland walk with a splendid view of the iconic Needles and the chance to visit a 19th-century fort, a Cold War rocket test site and a monument to a Victorian poet laureate' (7 miles).
'Long distance recreational route which follows the River Nene for some 70 miles through Northamptonshire.'
'Discover how Athens' Parthenon and Italian Renaissance palaces inspired Sheffield's architects. Find out why some of the city's most famous buildings have towering columns, two elephants and a man holding an asp. Meet Titans and water gods – one wearing a fish.You'll also visit Sheffield's lost telephone exchange, Victorian water and gas companies, hidden chapels, old schools and self-important banks.'
The Jewel in the Crown 'Situated on the River Dee side of the Wirral Peninsula, midway between the cities of Chester and Liverpool and close to the gateway to North Wales, it has many features of interest for visitors. With free parking and bus and train links, access to this ancient market town, with weekly Friday market, is user friendly. The surrounding villages are linked by the Wirral Country Park , the first of its kind in the country, and this provides a focus for many local walks spiralling from its heart. These pass through beautiful rural settings and along the coastline with views of the Welsh hills and access to the second biggest site for migrating birds in the country.'
'Starts from Burton-upon-Stather in the far north of Lincolnshire. Following the Jurassic scarp overlooking the River Trent, it continues east along the south bank of the Humber. After skirting the highly industrial towns of North / South Killingholme, Immingham and Grimsby, it turns inland into the gently sloping Lincolnshire Wolds and finishes in Nettleton, where it provides a link with The Viking Way.
The Walk was devised by the Wanderlust Rambling Club - formed in 1932 by Nev Cole: 'It celebrates his life, the creation of the Club and his friends in the Ramblers Association groups (which now exist all over Lincolnshire) but not least, the Wanderlust Rambling Club of Grimsby'.
'The statutory local access forum for the New Forest National Park and South West Hampshire (New Forest District Council area) as required under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. The appointing authorities are the New Forest National Park Authority and Hampshire County Council. The Forum is an independent body and is not bound by the policies of its appointing authorities.'
'Throughout the New Forest there are designated accessible footpaths provided by the Forestry Commission. These way-marked walks can be found at the Bolderwood, Blackwater, Knightwood Oak, The New Forest Reptile Centre, Whitefield Moor and Wilverley Plain car parks ...'
'Walking in the New Forest offers freedom and wide open spaces, for within the New Forest National Park can be found an impressive 235 kilometres (146 miles) of public footpaths; 57 kilometres (35 miles) of public bridleways; and 26,600 hectares (266 square kilometres or 103 square miles) of Crown land with open public access.'
New Forest Walks [New Forest Tourist]
'Nigel and Christine invite you to come and explore the New Forest with Walking Picnics. We will lead you on a guided ramble through the forest, pointing out the amazing wildlife and history of the place, then we will finish with a home-produced gourmet picnic.'
'Twelve walks take you through this nine hundred year old ancient hunting forest. Experience the diversity of forest plains, bogland or deciduous woodland. Although very busy in summer, within minutes of starting your walk the only sounds you may hear are that of Dartford Warblers twittering or the rustle of a fallow deer fleeing in the distance through the woods.'
'This is perhaps one of Lanark's most popular Walks. It can be split into small sections and, energy permitting, can easily be accomplished in a morning or afternoon.'
'Walking trail linking Liphook with Chichester Harbour. It was first conceived in the 1980's by a group of Liphook Ramblers who devised a route from their home town to Chichester Cathedral.'
'For the most entertaining and best informed Manchester guided tours, join New Manchester Walks, Manchester's leading walks and talks outfit, bringing the 21st century city alive. We provide an unrivalled and unmatchable programme of historical trips and tours in and around Manchester – from the Gothic glories and cotton palaces of central Manchester to the gleaming new dock side towers of Salford Quays; from the coal face of industrial Eastlands to the winding alleyways of Knutsford in leafy Cheshire.'
Guided Walks and Tours of Manchester [Visit Manchester]
'New Mills has an extensive conservation area which has contributed to preserving and enhancing the architectural heritage and character of the town's public buildings, shops, and houses.'
'Many of the cottages we advertise are in or close to New Quay where there are a number of scenic walks, footpaths and trails There is a choice of walks through wooded valleys, coastal paths, along beaches, and around historic trails ... New Quay is also on the newly established Ceredigion Coastal Path which connects with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at Cardigan / Poppit Sands.'
'The New River is neither new nor a river. It is a water supply aqueduct, completed in 1613, to bring drinking water from Hertfordshire to North London ...'
'These leaflets are produced by Newark Civic Trust with support from the Newark Town Partnership and other local organisations. The routes all begin in the grounds of Newark Castle close to the Gilstrap Centre.'
'Newbiggin by the Sea has a thriving artistic community and a rich variety of artworks to explore. "Couple" by Sean Henry may be our most famous but take this walk around the village and you will discover many, many more. Stone carvings, ceramic panels, stained glass windows & community sculpture can all be found on the trail. Many of the artworks featured have been produced by artists living and working in the village. The entire trail will take about two hours but it can be enjoyed in shorter sections.'
'We have produced several leaflets that will help you enjoy the heritage of Newcastle: Explore Heritage: Newcastle Gateshead; Explore Heritage: The Victoria Tunnel; Explore Heritage: Old Newcastle; Explore Heritage: Blackfriars.'
'This two-day, circular route offers a perfect snapshot of life in rural County Down. The lowland terrain makes it accessible to all fit walkers, while the combination of forest trails, quiet, undulating country lanes and a long, golden Newcastle Beach ensures constant scenic diversity. All set within striking distance of Newcastle's traditional, seaside-resort hospitality.'
'Long distance walking route on public rights of way through the Borough of Newcastle under-Lyme. It links the Staffordshire Way at Mow Cop with the Shropshire Union Canal towpath at Market Drayton.'
'Historically Newport has always had strong trade links with the mainland using the River Medina and this meant that the town flourished. The layout of the town centre still reflects the original medieval street pattern. It was not a walled town and the edge of the town is defined by the street names (i.e. East Street, South Street, West Street etc).'
'This cycle and walking route from the Bann Bridge in Portadown to the Town Hall in Newry is a 20 mile trip on part of route 9 of the National Cycle Network. The route follows the towpath on the western bank of the, now non-navigable, Newry Canal.'
Nine 'suggested walking routes' in Newtownabbey.
Note Unfortunately, in the translation of Newtownabbey Borough Council into Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council, details of these Walks seem to have been mislaid. So I have replaced the Link pro tem.
'A new traffic-free route from Corr's Corner in Newtownabbey to the shores of Belfast Lough at Whiteabbey, to provide people with great cycling and walking links right into Belfast city centre, or out into beautiful surrounding countryside.'
Newtownabbey Way [WalkNI]
'Former railway line that links Harpenden, Redbourn and Hemel Hempstead. It is approximately 8.5 miles long and suits both walkers and cyclers. The route forms part of route 57 of the National Cycle Network.'
'Circular walk from Pateley Bridge, this route takes you through the spectacular uplands around Scar House Reservoir to the rolling fields and river valleys along the River Nidd ... The whole route is shown on the OS Explorer 298 map. Harvey Maps has produced a waterproof map of the route.'
'A choice of 7 themed tours is offered covering some 37 locations. They are designed to be enjoyed either in sequence or to stand alone. There are frequent bus services to places from which you can comfortably walk six of the tours. One tour is more extended and demands the use of bicycle or car. In addition there are a further 9 sites key to the themes of the trail.'
'The Easy Access Walks are aimed at providing an opportunity to experience the wonderful diversity of the landscapes and wildlife of the Norfolk Coast - for everyone. We hope that families with push-chairs will find these walks just as useful as people with limited mobility.'
'The Norfolk Local Access Forum (NLAF) is currently seeking to recruit a variety of new members and invites applications from individuals who have a passion for the outdoors; with particular interests in public access ... The NLAF is looking for enthusiastic and proactive individuals with excellent communication skills and a drive to move things forward. An ability to discuss and consider a range of topics, issues and opinions with large groups and to work in partnership with others is absolutely essential to the role of a LAF member.'
'There are two waymarked trails in the Wood: the Easy Access Trail and the Norsey Trail ... The Easy Access Trail has been specially designed for those who require, or prefer, a smoother surface and gentler slopes ... The Norsey Wood Trail is the new name for the former Nature and Historical Trails and follows the same route.'
'Project worked with local communities to establish a 25 mile circular heritage trail in North Warwickshire passing through the parishes of Atherstone, Mancetter, Hartshill, Ansley, Arley, Astley, Fillongley, Maxstoke, Shustoke, Nether Whitacre, Kingsbury, Baddesley Ensor and Merevele.'
'Delve into the fascinating history of North Ayrshire, which comprises of Skelmorlie, Largs, Fairlie, West Kilbride, Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Stevenston, Irvine, Dreghorn, Kilwinning, Dalry, Kilbirnie, Beith and the Isles of Arran and Cumbrae.'
'This trail allows walkers and ramblers from near and far to discover North Bedfordshire and its wonderful heritage. Following rights of way throughout, the trail passes through no less than twenty three villages, two country parks and around thirty public houses!' The Trail was originally devised by the late Gordon Edwards of Ivel Valley Walkers - who published an extensive update of its details in 2015.
'Linear trail that climbs the wild North Berwyn Mountains to the south of the River Dee ... Although the guide is set out from Corwen, the North Berwyn Way can be walked in either direction. To follow the route from Llangollen to Corwen, simply work through the sections in reverse order.'
'The North Blackpool Pond Trail is a historic but little-known network of ponds and wetlands ... '
Blackpool Conservation Team [Groundwork Cheshire, Lancashire, Merseyside]
'Starting at the Ridgeway near Wendover and finsihing at the county boundary with Northamptonshire.'
'The North Calder Heritage Trail, which runs from Summerlee Heritage Park to Hillend Reservoir, was formally opened on 1st October 1999 by Karen Whitefield MSP.'
'Cheshire's newest and longest path. It provides 70 miles of waymarked walking from Wirral to the Peak District across some of Cheshire's most beautiful countryside.'
'Accompanying the opening of the path in September 2006 the Society has published a full-colour 110-page Guide Book that includes maps, walking instructions and a wealth of information about what can be seen on or near a route that is a real "slice of Cheshire".
North Cheshire Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]
'The North Chiltern Trail is designed to encourage people to explore this lovely area on foot and is being created by combining the original and extended routes of The Chiltern Way footpath in the North Chilterns. This will provide a 67km/42 mile circular walking route through some of the most delightful Chiltern countryside of Bedfordshire and north Hertfordshire, including parts of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.'
'A roughly diamond shaped walk visiting many small villages using quiet footpaths. Imaginative and scenic route through rural Gloucestershire, created by the Ramblers' North Cotswold Group to celebrate its 60th Jubilee in 1995.'
North Cotswold Diamond Way by Elizabeth Bell (North Cotswold Ramblers Group, 2011)
'A number of easy access trails within North Devon's Biosphere Reserve have been specially surveyed and entered onto the Phototrails website. Each walk is described through a slideshow of photographs, providing information which lets you see just what the walk is like. They include information on the surrounding environment, the walk distance and the features and highlights that you will find along the way.'
'The North Dorset Trailway now extends from Sturminster Newton to Spetisbury, providing an off road trail for walkers, cyclist etc. The opening of the latest section, between Stourpaine and Blandford, proved to be a triumphant day with hundreds of people attending by various means of transport.' Unfortunately the Website originally cited here (and the North Dorset Trailway Network?) seem(s) no longer, so I have cited instead a page from Dorset for You (where at the time of Review it was noted that the NDT Leaflet 'is currently being updated').
'Extends from Holywood in the west to Orlock in the east. The path passes through coastline and parkland. Historic relics and flora and fauna are found in abundance, including the grey seals which can be spotted offshore.
Holywood to Bangor Coastal Path [Northern Ireland Greenways]
'Follow in the footsteps of Pilgrims on an inspirational journey from Farnham to Canterbury and the White Cliffs of Dover through a landscape rich in scenery and heritage.'
'My descriptions of the walks are not of the sort to tell you exactly the route in specific detail as l believe that all walkers should carry the relevant OS Explorer map and a compass or GPS, preferably both should your batteries run out! Our OS maps are the best that l see in whatever country l visit and we should use them.'
'We have a programme of guided walks in Northumberland all year round. We also provide guided walks in the North Pennines, Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and Hadrian's Wall. The Cheviot, Windy Gyle, Cross Fell and Scafell Pike are just a few of the days out we can offer. Guided walks along St. Cuthbert's Way and Hadrian's Wall Path can be arranged.'
'Fossil walks, talks and lectures, guided walks, community events (Rosedale Show, Celebration of our Community Event in Robin Hood's Bay), rock & fossil road-shows, practical conservation, our Newsletter Exposure and Geonaut events (CSI Dinosaur – Victorian Geologists – fossil walk and road-show) are all part of what we do to spread the word about the importance of geology, its fragility, its vital importance to the way we live and what we can do to understand it better and make sure it isn't overlooked.'
'The idea of the North Highland Way was first mooted in about 1992 by the Caithness Waybaggers and is now coming to fruition through the efforts of a few local businessmen ... Due to lack of financial support by the public bodies, we have, for the moment, devised "Friends of the North Highland Way".'
'Definitive Map Extracts & Modification Orders By Parish'
'The aim of the Forum is to advise on the improvement of public access for open-air leisure and the enjoyment of the area ... Applications are invited from persons interested in serving on the forum. If you are interested, please contact ...'
'North Norfolk has a fascinating landscape and the Geology Walks at West Runton have established a strong public following over more than 20 years ...
Martin Warren The Northfolk Project
'This selection of walks in Northumberland follow recognised public rights of way or permissive paths and should be easy for most people to negotiate: but please remember that wet and winter weather can make paths muddy in places and the summer months produce fresh growth of vegetation - so wear suitable clothing and footwear.'
'Welcome to the North Sea Trail website of wonderful walks along the North Yorkshire Coast. It's a great way to enjoy the natural and cultural heritage of our fascinating coastline.' Note that the North Sea Trail Website seems now to have disappeared completely, so I have replaced the Link with one to the LDWA Website.
'North Somerset Life is our multi award-winning magazine which we send out across the district every month ... Every issue of the Magazine features a local walk (and sometimes a cycle ride) that varies in length and difficulty.'
'The best way to explore the fascinating history of North Tyneside is on foot. A number of walks are available to download ...'
'The historic 19th century Waggonways network was once used to haul coal to ships on the River Tyne from dozens of coal mines in the borough, but had fallen into disrepair over many years. In 2000 North Tyneside Council successfully bid for over £2m worth of funding to transform more than 30 miles of routes as part of the Government's Liveability Fund. The former haulage routes were transformed into a welcoming and accessible community leisure, travel and learning resource.'
'This website arose following the publication in leaflet form of seven North Tyneside "heritage" walks by North Tyneside Council and other interested parties. These seven walks form the centrepiece of this website and are intended to give the reader a taste of many of the "historical" facets of North Tyneside ...'
'Walking is ideal for most people to become physically active without the need for any special equipment. It is a great way to get some fresh air, meet new people, socialise and get out and about in your local community ... '
'Ambitious and exciting project, aiming to create a continuous, multi-use trail running along the coast from Carlisle to Chester, linking some of the North West’s greatest coastal landscapes, heritage and settlements ...'
'The upland areas of the North of England are a joy to walk. Using a combination of recognised long distance paths the author traces a route from Preston to Carlisle linking the two rail stations and along the way passing through the most scenic and inspiring sections of these walks.'
The North West Way Steve Garrill (Trailguides, 2013)
'Discover some of the finest walking country in the north of England on what is arguably the most scenic circular walk through the Yorkshire Wolds.'
North Wolds Walk [Moorland Challenge]
'The walk will allow you to discover ancient royal hunting grounds, sites of special scientific interest, dense woodlands, a river valley, reservoirs and farmland, with fantastic views across the contrasting landscapes of the Birmingham Plateau and the Black Country in the north, to the rural beauty of the Worcestershire countryside in the south.'
'The North York Moors may not be one of the best known national parks, but the area includes some breathtakingly beautiful scenery, including vast expanses of open moorland, dramatic sea cliffs, sudden escarpments and hidden valleys. This site is going to be my personal guide to the Yorkshire Moors, based on twenty years of walking in the national park ...'
Access to details of over fifty walks around and about the National Park.
Details of recent and upcoming Meetings plus of the Committee's Membership.
Links to a range of 'rights of way' web pages:  Information and advice - - - :  definitive map and statements - - - :  registers - - - :  maintenance - - - :  advice for developers - - - :  open access land - - - :  notices - - - :  maps
'Whether you are a visitor to Northampton, or indeed a resident or live nearby, you may be surprised at the many fascinating glimpses of Old Northampton, which remain and can be enjoyed ... '
'The Northamptonshire Definitive Map (and Statement) are the legal records of all the county's public rights of way (footpaths, bridleways, restricted byways and byways open to all traffic).'
'The correct administration of the NLAF means that each member must be uninstated and re-elected after a maximum of a 3 year period to keep the group open and fair. Membership of the NLAF may be applied for from Northamptonshire County Council, whose responsibility it is to ensure there is a reasonable balance in the representation of the interests of public access user groups and landowner/occupier groups. Members must serve in a personal capacity to represent public interests rather than the views of any particular organisations ... Members of the public are usually entitled to attend meetings, however we are currently looking to welcome new members to the Forum.'
Circular walk created in 2003 by the Ten Foot Club.
'There are traditionally 5 main walks or Legs as we call them which are named after their associations with locations. Carlisle, Melrose and Lanark start in those towns. Haddington used to start in that town until it started in Edinburgh. Northumbrian was originally Newcastle, then Hexham, then settled on Northumbrian as it has always been a walk almost entirely in the county of Northumberland.' Latest Dates 19-27 March 2016.
'The Northumberland coast’s variety reflects the complex nature of the geodiversity that underlies it. Along the coast the action of the sea and human activities laid bare these foundations. They now provide clues to how the landscape has been created and why it has been colonised by nature and exploited by humankind ... To help you explore the fascinating geology of the Northumberland coast we have produced two self-guided geology trails for you to download as pdf files:  Howick and Cullernose Point - - - :  Bamburgh'
'Offers some of the finest coastal walking in Europe, it stretches for 103 km along the Northumberland Coast AONB from Cresswell in the South to Berwick-upon-Tweed in the North.' Note that this Website Link replaces one from Northumberland County Council which I could no longer find ...'
'The Definitive Map and Statement is the document where all public rights of way are legally recorded. It provides conclusive evidence of the paths it shows, but there may be other paths with public rights that are not shown ... There are over 3000 miles of Public Rights of Way in Northumberland. They are a great resource to help you exercise, relax or enjoy the outstanding quality of the Northumberland countryside, coast, towns and villages.'
'An independent body with an interest in public rights of way and access to the countryside in our area ... The Forum covers the county of Northumberland and gives advice on three main areas:  Improving the Rights of Way network - - - :  Developing strategies for recreation and access which cater for a wide range of people - - - :  Implementing the statutory right of access to the countryside.'
'We like to explore disused railway lines. We organise walks throughout North East England, for people of varying ages and abilities, usually on disused railways, although we also explore the high fells, rivers, the coastline etc. We are not a high-powered hiking club concerned mainly with clocking up the miles ... '
'Northwich Woodlands is a rich and green environment to the north of Northwich town centre. It is made up of nine areas, each with a different character and history. The Weaver Navigation and the Trent and Mersey canal flow through the heart of the Northwich Woodlands adding further variety to the landscape.'
'A circular walk through Northwick and Bevere, along existing rights of way, has been way-marked and illustrated with interpretation panels and reconstruction drawings, bringing the fascinating story of this historic landscape to life.'
'Why not take a trip out into the countryside surrounding Norwich? The Norwich Fringe Project has produced a series of cycle and walks leaflets, which will allow you to explore and discover the countryside on your doorstep in and around the Norwich Fringe.'
'Norwich Pub Tours are the best way to experience our fine city’s fascinating history. Our passionate tour guides will take you on a gentle amble around some of Norwich's most famous establishments, walking you through the weird, wonderful and often gruesome stories for which they, and Norwich as a whole, provide an intriguing backdrop. The best bit? Unlike other guided tours, we’ll actually go into the pubs and have a drink (or two) in each.'
The Norwich Ramblers Digital Walk Library is a free web resource intended primarily for group walk leaders but it's open to use by anyone interested in walking in the Norfolk area and beyond.' Areas beyond Norfolk include The Lake District and North Yorkshire.
'We have created Norwich Trails - a series of historic walking trail booklets covering various geographic areas and themes relating to the city's past, to help you explore Norwich's outstanding heritage by foot. The pocketable booklets are beautifully illustrated guides which cover the historic highlights of these areas and some of their hidden gems, including historic images and a map of the trail.'
Norwich Sculpture Trails [Recording Archive for Public Sculpture in Norfolk & Suffolk]
'We have created 5 maps showing short, enjoyable walks around Norwich. The idea of the maps is to show local people where they can go for a walk. The walks will take you to interesting sights as well as local green spaces and attractive buildings. You can download copies of the maps here and pick up printed versions all over the City.'
Unfortunately, the Website from which this description was taken no longer seems to be active ...
'This is a walk around some of the gardens of Notting Hill, starting at Holland Park station and finishing at Notting Hill Gate station. The walk is specifically designed for use on the Sunday of Open Garden Squares Weekend and the gardens are generally arranged in the order in which they open and close.
'Nottingham's fine tradition of brewing fantastic real ales is well known, as is its love for architectural gems with history in every wall. Nottingham is fortunate enough to have some of its most well-known and best loved pubs located within some of its finest buildings, so why not discover the love affair between beer and architecture on the Nottingham Architecture Ale Trail. From Watson Fothergill to T. Cecil Howitt as well as 12th century inns and the network of caves beneath them, Nottingham is bursting with secrets just waiting to be discovered ...'
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