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Details of three walks: [1] A Glimpse of the Promised Land - - - : [2] The Speen Alps - - - : [3] The Llamas the Windmill and the Wardrobes.


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Category Wycombe

'The route was inspired by Lady Anne Clifford, that great lady who owned vast estates in the old county of Westmorland during the 17th.c. Lady Anne travelled repeatedly between her castles ...
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Category Craven

Walk devised as part of the 2006 'Centenary Celebration of the Building and Development of Gerrards Cross'.


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Category South Bucks

'The towpath exists today in 3 distinct sections and the maps in the Guide are divided accordingly: [1] Aghagallon Towpath (1.5 miles) - - - : [2] Aghalee to Moira Towpath (3.1 miles) - - - : [3] U ...
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'Along the Canal towpath you will find 35 numbered audio trail markers. Each one displays a barcode that when scanned with a Smartphone sends an audio file, revealing what life used to be like for ...
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'A series of 13 bronze plaques have been installed along a section of the Laira shore to provide a heritage trail. There are three Trail plaques to be found either side of Laira Bridge. The main se ...
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Category Plymouth

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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Category Cumbria

'England's largest National Park is home to Scafell Pike - its highest mountain, Wastwater - its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.'


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Category Cumbria

'Although the hillside makes for difficult terrain, one of the hides in the reserve is accessible by wheelchair. There's plenty for children too, including nestbox trails and bat and owl walks. And ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

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Category South Lakeland

'We are fortunate to be able to use some of the most beautiful, scenic trails in the UK and working alongside organisations such as the National Trust, Lake District National Park Auth ...
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Category Cumbria

'The 26-mile path encircles Kielder Water and is suitable for walkers, cyclists, horse riders, mobility scooters and wheelchair users. Some routes incorporate the Osprey ferry (please reme ...
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Category Tynedale

'All the gardens are open during daylight hours, unless otherwise indicated. Seating is provided in most gardens, and they are accessible to wheelchairs, except where stated.'


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Category Lambeth

'The terrain is generally easy going, but there is a gradual drop in height totalling 560 feet from west to east. The Lambourn Downs can be bleak in winter, contrasting with the more sheltered vall ...
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'... Despite their lack of height these hills can still be a hostile environment for the walker and the absence of distinctive landmarks can make for tricky navigation especially when low cloud or ...
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Category East Lothian

[1] Three Lanark Heritage Trails - - - : [2] Tinto Walk - - - : [3] Carmichael History Walk - - - : [4] The Kerse - - - : [5] Lanark & the Falls of Clyde - - - : [6] Blackhill View Point


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'Lancashire cheesemaking country is renowned for its rich grassland which leads to high quality milk and inevitably cheese. The Lancashire cheesemakers are all located within a few square miles on ...
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Category Wyre

'The Lancashire coastline, much of which is of international ornithological interest, comprises a variety of landscapes from the distinctive limestone scenery of Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outs ...
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Category Fylde

'We are not a walking club as such, we don't have a membership fee and we are open to all. Our supporters obtain details of our walks from this website or find them in one of our printed leaflets, ...
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Category North West

Details of almost one hundred walks categorized as: [1] Walks in Lancashire - - - : [2] Walks in the Lake District.


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Category Lancashire

'Starting at St. Helens on Merseyside and finishing in the village of Thornton-in-Craven on the Lancashire-Yorkshire border, the route takes you briefly through built up areas, but even these have ...
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Category St Helens

'... They are mainly between 5 and 10 miles in length and circular though one or two may involve parking the car and using public transport to reach the start of the walk, then walking back to the ...
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Category Lancashire

'The walk has been developed as part of the Lancashire Witches 400 Project (LW400) an ambitious arts programme based on the believed route the "witches" took from Pendle to Lancaster, with ...
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Category Pendle

Railway Paths Visitor Charter 'Walkers, wheelchair users, cyclists and horse riders are all allowed to use the Railway Paths. Please take care when other people are around, and be aware of ...
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'The Land's-End John o' Groats Association was established in September 1983 following the inaugural journey from Land's End to John o' Groats and then back to Land's End again. This event ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The Land's End Trail was conceived by Hugh Miners and researched by a group of Cornish Ramblers - Robert Wicks, Robert Preston and Robin Menneer. They published it as Land's End to Avebury in the ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The Landsker Line is a term used for the language boundary in Wales between the largely Welsh-speaking and largely English-speaking areas in Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. The English ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'If you have not already visited our lovely church please do so before you leave the village. The church, dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, is one of the largest in Rutland. The earliest parts o ...
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Category Rutland

'There are also a number of places to stop for a pub lunch en route, including the Ship Inn, The Ferry Boat Inn, The Thatched House and the Harvester. Although the walk is quite long, it is all on ...
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Category Havant

'To enjoy the surrounding countryside with congenial company, the Langton Walks Group, meets on the first Sunday in each month, at 2.00 pm at the car park at the new Langton Village Hall, ...
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Category Tunbridge Wells

The route passes close to two National Trust properties at Baddesley Clinton and Packwood House.'


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Category Warwick

'There are four guides ... detailing routes you may take: [1] Pencil Walk  (1.25 miles - Gentle) - - - : [2] Douglas Park and Castle Hill (3 miles - Medium) - - - : [3] Brisba ...
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Category North Ayrshire

'The River Lark is a river in England that crosses the border between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. It is a tributary of the River Great Ouse, and was extended when that river was re ...
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Category West Suffolk

'The Larkin Trail consists of three parts: [1] Larkin's Here (City Centre) starts at Hull's Paragon Interchange and takes in sites across the city, ending at the Hull History Cent ...
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'In order to guide you, numbered plaques are situated along the route at specific points of interest ... Please note that many of the sites on the trail are private houses and we would ask you to r ...
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Category Berwickshire

'Launceston, once the ancient capital of Cornwall, is known for its dominating 11th century castle and the magnificent carved exterior of St Mary Magdalene Church. In the narrow streets are fine ex ...
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Category East Cornwall

'So it was a thrill to be back there in Lee's centenary year, walking the recently opened Laurie Lee Wildlife Way which meanders – marked here and there with posts displaying Lee's locally-inspired ...
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Category Stroud

'The Long Melford–Bury St Edmunds branch line was a railway between Long Melford on the Stour Valley Railway and Bury St Edmunds on the Ipswich to Ely Line. The line opened on 9 August 1865 and clo ...
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Category Babergh

Group Walks 'Usually take place on a Sunday, they are open to all LDWA members irrespective of where they reside. New walkers considering joining the LDWA may try two group walks befor ...
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Category Cornwall

For the uninitiated who haven't come across this walking madness beforeThe Long Distance Walkers Associatio ...
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Category Dorset

'The Group also offers Wednesday walks which are shorter in length, from about 12 to 16 miles. Some of these are also Long Distance Paths which are broken down over several dates. Each part of the ...
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Category Lancashire

'We are always pleased to welcome newcomers on our group social walks. We try to organise lunch stops near pubs but it's probably best to bring food with you just in case.'


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Category Kent

'Unless otherwise stated, walks are circular and start and finish at a railway station, and we meet at this station NOT at the London station listed ... Expect to walk at a brisk pace of around 3 m ...
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Category London

'We have regular social/business meetings in the Three Fishes Pub that is to be found by the side of the A49 in Bayston Hill about 3 miles South of Shrewsbury. We welcome anybody to co ...
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Category Shropshire

'We also put on a regular programme of social walks which are open to all LDWA members. We welcome non members to come on our walks providing that they feel they are fit enough to cover 20 miles at ...
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Category Norfolk

'We are an informal, friendly, diverse group of friends who enjoy walking the spectacular countryside that Northumbria provides. We are extremely lucky to be based in such a beautiful part of the c ...
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Category North East

'Our Group was founded in 1976 and is a friendly, active local walking group covering a large area west of London. New members are most welcome – please see the membership information on the Contac ...
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Category Buckinghamshire

'Membership of the LDWA is open to all, with individual members paying just £13.00 a year. As well as getting access to the member only functions of this web site members also receive the LDWA maga ...
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'The towpath section of the river is popular with cyclists, and much of it forms part of National Cycle Route 1.'


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Category Luton

'This is one of the most publicly accessible stretches of the River Mole. It is also one of the most intriguing historically ... The River Mole has, at different phases of its history, been both a ...
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Category Mole Valley

'Tower houses, castles and ancient monuments are dotted throughout its landscape and a wealth of wildlife can be discovered along the contrasting shores of Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea.'


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'The Ledbury Heritage Trail explores the ancient heart of Ledbury. The Trail is about half a mile long and is level throughout, making it suitable for wheelchair users.'


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'Publication of the ... five walks has been has been made available, by the kind permission of the their originator Ruth Larrea, in conjunction with the North Devon Heritage Coast Serv ...
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Category North Devon

'Lee Valley Regional Park Authority runs award winning open spaces and sports venues along the 26 mile long, 10,000 acre park. The Park was created by a unique Act of Parliament as a “gree ...
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Category London

'Gargrave was an important industrial centre: not only does the canal pass through but also the North Western Railway and the Keighley and Kendal turnpike (now the A65), which enabled the town to t ...
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Category Craven

'Construction of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal was started in 1770 and the canal was finally completed in 1816. Originally limestone was expected to be the main cargo but coal became the ...
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Category Liverpool

'In the leaflets, the Leeds Country Way is split up into 4-6 mile sections, each end of which links to a bus or train route. Treat each of these sections as an individual 2.5 hr walk, or t ...
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Category Leeds

'Internationally known for its varied Victorian architecture, Leeds is the UK's third largest city. It iis surrounded by beautiful countryside and famous as the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. Reno ...
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Category Leeds

'... The award has come about as a result of Fermanagh District Council successfully conserving the blanket bog (a priority habitat for conservation in Europe) by restoring areas of damage ...
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Category Leicester

'It has a range of cycle paths and footpaths, connecting different parts of the City and is a focal point for regeneration in several areas of the City ... Three free Riverside Maps provide details ...
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Category Leicester

'The County Council is required to maintain a definitive map and statement of public rights of way, which is the legal record of public rights of way in Leicestershire. Only the Definitive Map< ...
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Category Leicestershire

'Linking field paths, green lanes and bridleways the route visits some of the best loved locations around the county including: Foxton Locks, Bosworth Battlefield, Beacon Hill and Burrough Hill. Th ...
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Category Charnwood

'The path was established by creating rights of way via tracks and lanes. It is named after John Leland who visited South Somerset during the years 1535 - 1543. In his role as royal librarian, his ...
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Category South Somerset

'Ilkley Moor is part of Rombalds Moor, the moorland between Ilkley and Keighley in West Yorkshire, England. The moor, which rises to 402 m (1,319 ft) above sea level is famous as t ...
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Category Bradford

'Let's Go! is a project that was conceived by and is administered by the Marston Vale Trust ... It is now funded by Bedford Borough Council and Central Bedfordshire C ...
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Category Bedfordshire

'Let's Go Walking is part of the Let's Go Biking group of companies and is one of the UK's fastest growing walking holiday companies, in no small part due to our loyal custome ...
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Category Walking Holidays

'With 13.6 miles (21.8 km) of beautiful countryside, the Garden City Greenway provides a perfect setting for a range of outdoor activities. A variety of routes, open spaces and points of i ...
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[1] The Letcombe Brook flows through the heart of the village of Grove ... This short walk helps you discover some of the natural, historic, and interesting features along the bro ...
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'Levi was a fisherman, who ran an Oyster Booth on the beach in the 1850's, selling ginger beer, tea, coffee, tobacco, cigars and toys. Levi set up a stall outside the new Rail Station in 1863 and t ...
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The Inner Circle 'This 2 ½ mile walk will take you around the old centre of Leyland, from the village cross along the lanes that have developed in the last hundred years from field paths a ...
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Category South Ribble

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