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'Determined to combine parenthood with her love of travel and the great outdoors, Kate founded Baby Routes in 2012 after the birth of her first daughter. Now with both a toddler and a ...
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'The walks on our database have been tried and tested by ourselves ... other parents, or those knowledgeable about routes in the great outdoors. If you can recommend a walk that you think is su ...
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'Dartmoor For All (DFA) has been formed to address the wide range of issues involving access in the Dartmoor area. All the members of the group are volunteers, many are disabled themselves ...
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Information also available on other access publications for the area including: Walks for all in Oxfordshire; Miles without Stiles; Access on the Ridgeway National Trail and Thames Path National Tr ...
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'The walks vary in their level of difficulty. Most of the walks are short ones that may be suitable for people with impaired mobility ... The Baysdale walk is far more challenging. None of the deta ...
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[1] Badminton woodland and parkland - - - : [2] Bibury and the River Coln - - - : [3] Bourton on the Water and Wyck Rissington - - - : [4] Brockhampton and Sevenhampton - - - : [5] Ebrington and Fo ...
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'Because different people have varying abilities we don't say what is or isn't accessible, we simply provide information so that you can decide if the activity is suitable for your needs. We hope t ...
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Outline descriptions of over forty locations throughout Hampshire providing accessible walks, with Links to relevant Websites.


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Routes for all 'means suitable for everyone, including pushchairs and people operating their own wheelchairs. Gradients will be no more than 1:10. The surface will be tarmac or smooth, com ...
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'The New Forest Access For All Group have been busy surveying some of these walks, giving you more precise information such as the length and gradients you should expect to find on these w ...
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'Reaching to the heights of Dartmoor and Exmoor and via the sea to Lundy, North Devon's Biosphere Reserve is one of 621 Reserves in 117 countries designated by UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Progra ...
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'Here are some of the best accessible walks in Pembrokeshire: [1] The Welsh Wildlife Centre - - - : [2] Llys y Fran Country Park - - - : [3] Bosherston Lakes - - - : [4] Canaston Woods, Narbeth - - ...
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'So, in enthusiastic response we have started to gather appropriate information about suitable walks from all those local authorities who have responsibility for footpaths, trails, parks etc and ac ...
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'Each walk comes with a handy map and details about distance, type of surface and where to find accessible local refreshments and toilets, so everyone can decide which walks are right for them. You ...
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'Easy access to the Countryside route booklet, divided into nine parts. This edition published June 2013: [1] Introduction - - - : [2] River routes 1-4 - - - : [3] River routes 5-8 - - - : [4] Loch ...
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'Writer Charles Williams says there are tons of reasons to take children up mountains. Yes, it's good for them (and you). And yes, it's great for family bonding. But when you're eight year ...
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'These walks are relatively short and most have sections that are accessible to wheelchair users. They are also suitable for those who want to use pushchairs and are great leisure walks.'


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Download PDFs of Leaflets from the Website: [1] Beachy Head - - - : [2] Burton Pond - - - : [3] Centurion Way - - - : [4]  Devil's Dyke - - - : [5] Dyke Railway - - - : [6] High and Over - - - : [7 ...
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The first ten parishes to set up walks were: Bitton, Cromhall, Dodington, Frampton Cotterell, Hanham Abbotts, Horton, Iron Acton, Oldland Common, Winterbourne and Yate ... Ten more parishes set up ...
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'Through our walkfinder tool you can select easy access walks which all have a worthwhile length along fairly flat paths that are at least 850mm (2'6") wide, have a minimal cross camber, and no ste ...
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'Each trail is very easy to follow on generally level ground. They range from just 1/3 mile to 8 miles. Explore magical Cavenham Heath, see rare birds at Lackford Lakes, visit Britain’s first villa ...
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'Each site has been assessed for its ease of use for visitors with limited mobility including, families with small children, wheelchair and mobility scooter users.The icons on the page are desi ...
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