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Category Lancashire

'Ibex consists of hill walkers and mountaineers of all ages, social backgrounds and experience. Our weekends away offer access to challenging high level walks and scrambling. For less experienced w ...
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Category London (Central)

'The path follows the Iceni Way. Unfortunately there are no waymarkers to provide directions and therefore a copy of the Iceni Way guide from the Ramblers Association and an OS map are vit ...
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'Runs from the end of the Ridgeway Path at Ivinghoe Beacon, near Tring, to the start of the Peddar's Way at Knettishall Heath, near Thetford, for 110 miles (177 km), split into ei ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

'The Icknield Way has been a recognised regional route for walkers since 1992. In 2004 it was further developed into a multi-use route so that most of the route is also available for horse riders a ...
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Category Aylesbury Vale

Access descriptions of each of these Walks: [1] Riverside Circuit (3 miles) - - - : [2] White Wells, Rocky Valley, Cow and Calf Rocks and the Tarn (3 miles) - - - : [3] Hebers Ghyll and the Swastik ...
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Category Bradford

'However, it is strongly recommended that an OS 1:25,000 map is used at all times along with this website as there are certain sections of the walk where the route is not entirely clear on the grou ...
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Category West Wiltshire

'The trail is open seven days a week, throughout the year (closed Christmas Day) and opens at 9.00 a.m.' There is an Admission Charge: 'Please note the ticket office is unable to accept cr ...
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Category Craven

'The five circular walks described here each has a different character and between them they cover the bes ...
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Category West Berkshire

Originally the Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway, the first railway line to be built in Edinburgh, the Innocent Railway got its name because of its excellent safety record; despite carrying u ...
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'The Appalachian Mountains were formed more than 250 Million years ago during the Paleozoic Era, when the earth’s plates collided to form the supercontinent Pangea. They straddled the cent ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'Redevelopment along areas formerly associated with our shipbuilding history is already providing well designed sections of path. Our ambition is to promote further path improvements including prop ...
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Category Inverclyde

'The built heritage is crucial to the well being of our community, our tourism industry, and in attracting economic investment to the centre of Inverness. We want the Inverness City Heritage Tr ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'We have a weekly schedule of set walks for you to join ... Don't worry if they don't match your itinerary or abilities as we can do these or specially tailored walks at other times. Whether you're ...
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Category Inner Hebrides

''We are a large and welcoming group, of mixed ages and backgrounds. We all enjoy walking in this beautiful area which is blessed with a wide variety of countryside, estuaries, heathland, forests a ...
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Category Ipswich

'The Ipswich Outdoor Group started in 1976 (under a different name) and currently has around 150 members (singles, couples and families) across a broad age range. Although many of our memb ...
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Category Ipswich

The Ipswich Sculpture Trail 'is a small selection of some of the best public sculpture in the centre of Ipswich, most within easy walking distance, except for Ravenswood to the east. The s ...
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Category Ipswich

'The remains of many old locks (some restored) can be seen along the way, as well as picturesque water mills.'


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Category Ipswich

'Thank you for visiting my website. I am one of a very small number of outdoor writers and photographers born and bred in Ireland. My work has been published in several leading outdoor magazines si ...
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Category Northern Ireland

'These walks start on common land. Common land is unusual as the "commoners" have rights to grazing and other activities, such as cutting turf, though they are not the owners of the land.'


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Category Chiltern

'Extending over 33 miles through Salford, Bury and Rossendale, the trail is the largest sculpture route in the UK and makes a great free day out for all the family, connecting local heritage, the l ...
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Category Rossendale

'Isaac's Tea Trail is named after Isaac Holden, an itinerant tea seller and local philanthropist. Isaac was a lead miner, who was forced to find another livelihood, when he faced the twin ...
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Category Tynedale

'Follow the route along a mixture of woodland tracks, meandering country paths and minor roads to unlock the hidden beauty of old Banffshire. The route's start points are at Keith's Reidhaven Squar ...
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Category Banffshire

'Falls within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which covers 95% of the coast. It passes through landscape that includes a mixture of farmland, coastal heath, dunes, salt-marsh ...
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Category Isle of Anglesey

'Arran is a small island, about 50 km top to bottom, off the west coast of Scotland. The island has a long history, with farming being the main occupation down the centuries. Today, however, the bu ...
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Category Buteshire

'The nature of the path is varied and is in many ways a microcosm of the mainland's coastline. It varies from expansive sandy beaches around Ryde to high, deserted clifftops in the south ... The na ...
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Category Isle of Wight

'Members serve in a personal capacity to represent interests rather than particular organisations. The appointing authority must ensure there is a reasonable balance between user and landowners/occ ...
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Category Isle of Wight

'... With footpaths that wind through fields and forests, and round 64 miles of coast paths adjacent to some of the Isle of Wight’s most dramatic coastline and beaches. With a great range of walkin ...
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Category Isle of Wight

'That's where Wightlink comes in. Our band of explorers has left no stone unturned, no walk untrodden in our quest to bring to you the "crème de la crème" of short strolls – some as little ...
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Category Isle of Wight

Free Walking Maps to Downlioad  [1] Godshill Circular Walk (Appuldurcombe House) : - - : [2] Brighstone to Niton (Coastal Path Dinosaur Walk) : - - : [3] Chilton Chine & Brighstone : - ...
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Category Isle of Wight

'Please contact the AONB Unit if you wish to purchase walks leaflets prior to your visit.'


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Category Isles of Scilly

Nature Trails and Footpaths 'Our Nature trails on St Mary's include Higher and Lower Moors which pass through wetlands and woodland, ideal for bird watching and plant spotting. Over 100 mi ...
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Category Isles of Scilly

'Islington has access to large open spaces in neighbouring London Boroughs. The Islington district of Finsbury Park is next to the southern end of Finsbury Park, in Haringey. The "Green Route" of t ...
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Category Islington

'Using public transport it is fairly easy to make a one way walk into a round trip. The Winchester to Southampton railway line parallels the waterway and the train is a convenient way to do this. S ...
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Category Winchester

'The churches of the Lower Itchen Valley stretch from St Cross to Otterbourne, those of the Middle Itchen extend from Headbourne Worthy eastwards to Itchen Abbas and the churches ...
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Category Winchester

'The route follows the river through the historic centre of Winchester before following the Itchen Navigation, running parallel with a former railway past the foot of St. Catherine's Hill, ...
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Category Winchester

'The name Ivanhoe has been linked to the north west of Leicestershire since Sir Walter Scott wrote his novel "Ivanhoe" in 1820. Scott chose the castle at Ashby de la Zouch and the surr ...
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'There is a steep ascent to Ivinghoe Beacon and an even steeper descent to Aldbury. Otherwise the route is completely flat (along the canal) or has very gentle ascents and descents.'


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Category Aylesbury Vale

'The walks are free to browse on the web and print out for your own use, and will remain so ... Our walks are available as guided walk mobile apps - a "SatNav" for walking, describing when and ...
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Category Cornwall

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