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'Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, the C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learnin ...
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Category Oxford

'This route is far more challenging than the others. Some sections are difficult to follow and very boggy and the ridge is high and exposed. It is essential that you are properly equipped for mount ...
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Category Denbighshire

'Caerleon - the "fortress of the Legion" - was one of the most important military sites in Britain under the Roman Empire. It was the home of the 2nd Augustan Legion, housing 5,000 soldier ...
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Category Newport

'This walk should be within the capability of an averagely fit family, although the walker should be prepared for a steady climb of 694 metres to the summit.'


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Category Wigtownshire

'At just under 30 miles the full walk isn't for the faint-hearted, however it's often broken down into sections (eg Yorkshire Sculpture Park to Cawthorne) by those wanting a shorter route.'


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Category Wakefield

'The Navigation starts in Wakefield, where there is an end-on junction with the Aire and Calder Navigation and runs upstream through Mirfield, after which there is a junction with the Hudd ...
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Category Wakefield

'The Group has increased the number of walks offered each year so we now offer around 60 public walks spread over the full year and have a total annual attendance of well over four times the 2003 l ...
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Category Calderdale

'The Forum membership is so far made up of local people interested in walking, heritage, environmental issues, education, mountain biking, horse riding and the management of Calderdale's paths and ...
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Category Calderdale

'Circular routes for walkers can be found on the Calderdale Way, the Todmorden Centenary Way and the Brighouse Boundary Walk, along with numerous shorter walks based arou ...
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Category Calderdale

'The walk is accessible by public transport. Additionally it can be split into short walks also by using public transport. Additionally, there are many link paths ... The whole walk is circular and ...
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Category Calderdale

'Callendar Estate offers fantastic walking opportunities from short walks for all abilities to longer, more challenging walks. The paths take you through mature woodland and farm land and ...
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Category Falkirk

'Welcome to The Cambrian Lines, the Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth Main Line and the Machynlleth to Pwllheli Coast Line, which open up Mid-Wales to the rest of the world.'


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Category Gwynedd

'A high level walk traversing the highest and wildest parts of Wales ... On public rights of way or where there is a right of access ... Coast to Coast - Cardiff to Conwy ... Ascent 61540 feet (187 ...
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Category Cardiff

'This book is intended as a gazetteer of new or substantially altered buildings constructed since 1945. It covers a wide range of building types and styles from each decade. Almost all the properti ...
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Category Cambridge

'Cambridge has within easy reach of the city centre over sixty works of 20th and 21st century sculpture in sites accessible to the public. Not only are there some outstanding pieces by major intern ...
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Category Cambridge

'The CLAF meets 4 times a year and meetings are open to members of the public who are welcome to attend and contribute to discussions on the agenda items at the discretion of the Chair. If you wish ...
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Category Cambridgeshire

'All of the footpaths from St Ives, and most around it, are over 1,000 years old. They link villages, and many of these have their origins at least as far back as Anglo Saxon times, from about the ...
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Category Cambridgeshire

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

'Hikers, beware summer vacation time when there can often be far too many cyclists for comfort, particularly between Padstow and Wadebridge. Horses and walkers are supposed to take precedence over ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Camulodunum is the Roman name for the ancient settlement which is today's Colchester, a town in Essex, England. Camulodunum is claimed to be the oldest town in Britain as recorded ...
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Category Colchester

'The route descriptions are of most use to walkers, cyclists and people who generally enjoy scrambling along muddy footpaths for entertainment! Most canals hav ...
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'The walk begins at a local landmark - The Glacial Boulder - and continues across the heathland to the pine woodlands in Brindley Heath. The route takes you past the Visitor Centres at both Marquis ...
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Category Cannock Chase

'Cannock Chase Heritage Trail meanders for 10 miles through Cannock Chase District highlighting points of interest from times gone by. The trail itself can be accessed at any point, as it ...
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Category Cannock Chase

'The network will be created entirely from existing rights of way, forming three distinct circular walking trails from which walkers can choose a plethora of routes of different lengths to suit the ...
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Category Canterbury

'Reaching the car I had walked 14.8 miles. I had found parts of this walk on the landward side of the island rather dull however it had been nice to be able to walk all around the island and it had ...
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Category Castle Point

'Divided into three 5 day sections and is in total 249 miles long. As Scotland's "wildest long distance trail" the trail is no easy undertaking and should only be tackled by those experienced in wi ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'The Capel Mounth road lies above 2000 feet high for much of its way. In winter, like a lot of other Mounth passes, it was extremely dangerous, as testified by cairns erected as memorials to person ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'Along the way the commons and open spaces form important nature reserves and Sites of Special Scientific Interest and there are over 50 surprising places to discover: from the Art Deco splendour o ...
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Category Greenwich

'This land of contrasts stretches from the historic port of Whitby, with its ancient clifftop abbey, north along miles of unspoiled rugged coastline to the seaside resorts of Saltburn and Redcar an ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'This site is run by a group of keen walkers who love the outdoors and are concerned about the environmental impacts of cars. We also think you keep the recreational afterglow of a good walk fo ...
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'Along the trail enjoy Cardiff's rich heritage. See historic landmarks, such as the Norwegian Church, alongside iconic buildings like the world renowned Wales Millennium Centre and the Senedd (Wale ...
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Category Cardiff

'Rights of way are mainly found in the more rural land beyond the outskirts of the city's residential suburbs, and extend to the foreshore of the Bristol Channel in the south east.'


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Category Cardiff

'If you want to really get to know Cardiff, then look no further than Cardiff on Foot's highly rated walking tours and let us show you our beautiful city.'


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Category Cardiff

[1] Seaside saunters along the fronts of coastal towns and villages - - - : [2] Delightful strolls along country lanes with ancient hedgerows full of wild flowers - - - : [3] Invigorating walks acr ...
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Category Ceredigion

'1. Carmarthen Bowls Centre (one and a quarter miles) ... 2. The Guildhall (one mile) ... 3. The Roman Amphitheatre (one and a half miles) ... 4. Cwmoernant Reservoirs (half a mile) ... 5. Two Brid ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

[1] Bolton-le-Sands from Carnforth (4.5 miles) - - - : [2] Carnforth to The Kellets (5.5 miles) ... 3. Capernwray and the River Keer (6 miles) - - - : [3] Lancaster Canal and the Lancashire Coastal ...
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Category Lancaster

'Walkers can choose between a gentle stroll around the foot of Carnmoney Hill; a lower woodland walk (lasting approx 30 mins); or a hilltop walk (lasting over an hour). There are some steep incline ...
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'... Mentioned in the early Iron Age tale Táin Bó Cuailgne, the area is rich in mythology and archaeological heritage and a number of monuments remain visible in the landscape.'


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Category Mid Ulster

'Meikle Bin is a rewarding walk; delivering the most prominent vantage point in the Campsies. From the summit (marked with a trig point) it is possible to see Scotland from coast to coast: ...
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Category Stirling

'All walks start in the Park. There are dozens of colour photographs and maps, pages of local information, and QR codes that you can scan as you walk.'


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Category Watford

'The village is best known today for the twin ruins of Castle Acre Castle and Castle Acre Priory, which lie immediately to the east and west of the village respectively. Both were founded soon afte ...
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'The Trailway is named after Charles Castleman, a Wimborne Solicitor, who was responsible for building the original railway line and the first to connect Dorset to the wider rail network. The South ...
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Category New Forest

'The route follows some of their old drove roads and ancient tracks across a varied terrain of farmland, forests and moors. It boasts breathtaking scenery in a corner of Perthshire relatively unkno ...
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Category Perthshire

Details of six Walks around and about Cattistock ranging in length from 3 to 9 miles.


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Category West Dorset

Download the 40-page PDF containing details of eighteeen walks across the Region, ranging from 0.9 miles to 14.3 miles.


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'This superb, two-day walking route takes you along Northern Ireland's most celebrated coastline. High cliffs, secluded beaches and numerous historic and natural landmarks are just some of the trea ...
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'This ancient and once powerful river now idles through open fenland, passing by an area known as Cawdle Fen. Cawdle means cold-spring and this spring once supported a thriving monastic co ...
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Cawdor Castle is normally open from early May to early October. There is an 'all inclusive' entry charge for the  'Castle, Gardens, Grounds and Nature Trails'.


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Category Nairnshire

Note that there are several variations possible around and about this Walk - the 23 miles covering the widest extent of what was originally devised as a horse riding trail.


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Category Wrexham

The Lesser Celandine 'Early flowering small woodland plant which can grow in the most shaded part of the wood because the overhead canopy is not yet formed. The leaves are heart to kidney ...
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Category Harrow

'Set your own pace guided by our easy-to-follow route notes and maps and enjoy the complete sense of freedom that travelling on foot brings. From the paths you tread to the beds you sleep in. N ...
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Category Walking Holidays

'The route runs from Pembrokeshire eastward through South Wales to Chepstow where it enters the county of Gloucestershire and carries on through Wiltshire to its destination at Stonehenge. There is ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'Coast Path immediately north of Ynys y Fydlyn is narrow, slippery and vertiginous, with sheer drops. Walk this section at your own risk. It is a permissive path, courtesy of the landowner, and is ...
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Category Isle of Anglesey

'Has been broken into five sections starting at the village green in Galleywood, south of Chelmsford. The anti-clockwise route then visits Sandon, Springfield, Broomfield and Writtle before returni ...
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Category Chelmsford

'We have published a new 48 page guide to the Centenary Way. You can request a hard copy priced at £4 (including postage) ... or download it as an e-book that you can print for free.'


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Category York

'View hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.'


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'All of the Forum's meetings are open to the public and we would be glad to see you there ... Agendas, papers and minutes of the meeting will be available to the public on the Central Bedfordshire ...
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'Our walks programme includes: [1] Day walks in the Home Counties - mostly at weekends - - - : [2] Weekend trips farther afield [Hills and mountains] - - - : [3] One and two week trips even farther ...
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Category London (Central)

'The Sperrins are the largest area of upland in Northern Ireland. If you have time don't miss a walk to Sawel and Dart Mountains, the highest points in the County ... The final section of ...
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'The name Centurion Way was suggested by a local schoolboy and is based on the fact that the path crosses the course of a Roman road. Sculptures relating to aspects of local history were p ...
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Category Chichester

'To help sustain the work of Cerdded Conwy Walks group, any donations from participants on walks is much appreciated (we suggest £2). Donations help Cerdded Conwy Walks to be able to lead ...
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Category Conwy

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Category Ceredigion

'Please note you can select row_wk for all Public Rights of Way in the County or switch on and off the different types of Public Rights of way as desired eg show footpaths, bridleways, restricted b ...
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Category Ceredigion

'The Trail can be started at any point but starting from Dorchester will enable you to walk the entire length of the trail.'


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Category West Dorset

'The location now known as Chalgrave, just south of Toddington, was called East Coten (meaning "east cottages") in the year 926. Here a church and manor house were established on well-drai ...
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'Most walkers start and finish at Pocklington, a pleasant market town with plenty of eating and drinking establishments, and some overnight accommodation. Pocklington is situated about a mile n ...
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'A rolling calendar of Events taking place throughout the UK over the next 6-8 months is published in each issue of Strider and is available to View as a Map or to View as a List.'


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Category Challenge Walks

'All the challenge walks in Northumberland (except Cragside and St Cuthbert's Way Challenge Walk which have a guided option) are self guided. You will be sent the route beforehand, but all the chal ...
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Category Northumberland

'... Route 2 runs to the north-west of Charlbury, following the pretty Evenlode valley and uses a section of the Oxfordshire Way [4 miles]. The railway station at Charlbury, built by Isamb ...
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Category West Oxfordshire

'Charnwood Forest is an upland tract in north-western Leicestershire, England, bounded by Leicester, Loughborough, and Coalville. The area is undulating, rocky and picturesque, with barren ...
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Category Charnwood

'... This walk goes out on one such track and then cuts across the valleys climbing to the top and then descending to the bottom ... It returns through Chesham’s backdoor, Lowndes Park,, a ...
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Category Chiltern

'Following public byways, bridleways and country roads, the Chatteris Circular Walk takes you through the attractive market town of Chatteris and out into the surrounding Fenland countrysi ...
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Category Fenland

'During the First World War injured Indian soldiers were hospitalised in the Dome in Brighton. The Hindus and Sikhs who died were cremated on the Downs and, in 1921, the Chattri memorial was constr ...
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Category Mid Sussex

'Cheddar Gorge is one of England's most iconic and spectacular landscapes. We are really proud to own the north side of this spectacular gorge and we hope that you will enjoy exploring it ...
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Category Sedgemoor

'Walkers will find the Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation towpath easy to follow throughout the length of the Navigation, and obvious where it changes from one bank to the other. It can b ...
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Category Chelmsford

'This section was put together using materials held in the Local Studies and Archives Department at Kensington Central Library. Local studies holds a wealth of materials on Chelsea from earliest ti ...
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'Montpellier Gardens were developed over 200 years ago and originally developed as pleasure gardens to provide an appropriate setting for the pump room and for society to meet and promenad ...
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Category Cheltenham

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


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Category Oxford

'The most popular route is the Town Centre Trail, whilst the one most suited to the less energetic is the Riverside Trail. All routes start and finish at the Castle Car Park and t ...
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Category Monmouthshire

'1. The Wilderness Walk about 3 miles / 1 hour ... 2. The Ramsdown Ramble about 5 miles / 2 hours ... 3. The Chillerton Challange about 9 miles / 4 hours'


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Category Isle of Wight

Chess Valley Walk ... Chesham Food Trail ... Walking With Buckinghamshire Suffragettes ... Chesham Heritage Trail ... Chesham Outer Ring ... Tylers Hill, Ley Hill & The Chess ... Chesham Bois a ...
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Category Chiltern

'The Forum meets four times per year, alternating between Crewe and Macclesfield, and its meetings are open to the public.'


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Category Cheshire East

'The idea of circular cruising routes is probably as old as pleasure cruising on the canals but it was not until 1965 that the term "ring" was applied to what had previously been called the Peak Fo ...
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Category Stockport

'... It passes through the beautiful scenery of the Chess Valley and several attractive villages and at times gets close to the clear sparkling waters of the River Chess, one of the Chilterns' fame ...
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Category Three Rivers

'This walk can be started at several points, such as Horton Country Park car park or Stew Ponds car park on Epsom Common. This route description starts at Chessington South train ...
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'Fairly flat and traffic-free, the route has directly linked railway stations at either end (Shotton; Chester) providing the option to cycle/walk one way and return by train.'

 


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