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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

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Walks usually take place each year during July and August.


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Category Nairnshire

'There are a variety of circular, short and long walks available on the Nar Valley Way. Take in some riverside views or walk through mixed woods and farmland whilst enjoying the wealth of historic ...
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'Extends over 75 miles from the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to Beacon Hill Country Park in Leicestershire. You can walk it east to west or west to east, the choic ...
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Category Lichfield

'This website is an informational, impartial source on the: [1] National Three Peaks Challenge - - - : [2] Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - - - : [3] Sailing the Three Peaks - - - : [4] The We ...
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Category Challenge Walks

Details of 'Short Walks', 'Longer Walks' and 'Super Challenge Walks'.


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Category Wales

'Soak up the views from Devon’s rolling hills and rugged coast, take shorter strolls in parks and gardens or circular walks on Dartmoor or Exmoor. Highlights include the lush greenery and water ...
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Category Devon

'From sweeping landscapes to ancient woodland, there are lots of places in London and the South East where you can enjoy gentle strolls and invigorating hikes in nature. Find your next local walk h ...
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Category South East

'Today we own 78,000 ha, including core landholdings at the heart of both of Scotland's National Parks, seven National Nature Reserves, 27 sites designated as of European importance for nature cons ...
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Category Scotland

Details of nature reserves and woodlands around and about London.


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Category London

Also offer: 'Navigation Courses and Hill Skills Courses in the North of England including Northumberland, the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District.'


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Category Northumberland

'The walks have been developed with the benefit of ... local knowledge to ensure the visiting walker has the chance to see a few extra special places that they would otherwise overlook. The walks a ...
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Category South West

'The Needles Batteries were constructed between 1861-95 for coastal defence against a threat of invasion by France. The Batteries are on the most westerly point of the Isle of Wight and ov ...
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Category Isle of Wight

'Nelson Pit Visitor Centre is open 364 days of the year (closed Christmas Day) from 10.00am till 4.00pm. Car park open all year round ... The centre provides information and toilet facilit ...
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Category Cheshire East

Described in four PDFs: Nene Way - Badby to Kislingbury.pdf ; Nene Way - Barnwell to Wansford.pdf ; Nene Way - Cogenhoe to Irthlingborough.pdf ; Nene Way - Kislingbury to Cogenhoe.pdf .


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Category Daventry

'Download the Neoclassical Sheffield mp3 audio trail and copy it to your mp3 player, iPod, iPad or mobile phone to explore Sheffield's classically-inspired buildings of the city centre.'


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Category Sheffield

[1] South and East of Willaston : - - : [2] North of Willaston : - - : [3] West of Willaston : - - : [4] Around Burton : - - : [5] Little Neston and the Dee : - - : [6] Ness Village : - - : [7] Wir ...
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Category New Forest

'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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Category New Forest

''A great selection of New Forest walks are provided here. Currently, ten are based on Lyndhurst, two on nearby Millyford Bridge, four on Brockenhurst and one on Boldre.'


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Category New Forest

'Nigel leads the walks, which usually last about two hours, and we walk around three or four miles, stopping to admire the view. If you have a pair of binoculars, do bring them, as there are plenty ...
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Category New Forest

'Highlights include the New Lanark and the multitude of waterfalls, weirs and gorges. Corehouse Nature Reserve on the West side of the river, although in comparison relatively unknown, offers a wea ...
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'Follows existing rights of way over its 39 mile/62.4 kilometre route from Liphook, on the Hampshire/West Sussex border, to East Head at the entrance to Chichester Harbour through the heart of the ...
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Category East Hampshire

'We are the only Manchester guides to offer a complete programme on the history of all the city's and area's delights and sites: the Town Hall, Cathedral, Chetham's, Art Gallery, John Rylands libra ...
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Category Manchester

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Category High Peak

[1] The Cei Bach circular walk - - - : [2] The Dylan Thomas Trail in New Quay - - - : [3] The New Quay Cliff Walk - - - : [4] Cors Caron - The Tregaron Bog - - - : [5] The Llwyndafydd / Cwmtydu Wal ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Since 1992, Thames Water has worked with local people and partners to create a 45 km [28 mile] long-distance footpath that follows the course of the New River, linking the inner city to t ...
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'Civil War Trail ... Malting & Brewing Trail ... Medieval Timber Frame Buildings Trail ... Georgian Buildings Trail ... Historic Riverside Trail ... Art Deco Trail ... Curiosities Trail ... Vic ...
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'In August 2007 Sean Henry's "Couple" sculpture - a 12.5 metre high artwork (twice the height of a double-decker bus) was sited on a new 200m long breakwater, as part of a £10m coastal protection s ...
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'Written in connection with the Newbury Pub Ambling Group (NPAmG) aka the Wednesday Walking Group. This started in the 1970s, when some employees of a Government defence establishment not ...
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Category West Berkshire

'Around 100 commemorative plaques are located around Newcastle to highlight its historic buildings and structures, and to show the city's connections with eminent figures from the past.'


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Point of Interest 'Tollymore Forest Park, Castlewellan Forest Park, Murlough Bay'.


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'This is a fascinating walk at any time of year, with challenging terrain and a constantly changing landscape. From rough moorland scenery around Mow Cop the Way passes through the relics of coal m ...
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'Built to transport coal from Coalisland in County Tyrone to Dublin via Lough Neagh, Portadown, Newry and the Irish Sea, the Newry Canal was opened in 1742 and operated for almost 200 years until i ...
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'Walking is one of the simplest, safest and most effective form of physical activity. Every adult in Northern Ireland should accumulate 30 minutes of physical activity on most days of the week.'

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'The Three Milewater river winds its way through Newtownabbey, creating a natural haven within a busy urban area. However the river was also natural barrier to people easily accessing facilities in ...
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Category St Albans

'With its own unique waymarker, the walk offers some challenging climbs with rewarding views, especially a breathtaking panorama from Middlesmoor Church. Highlights include Brimham Rocks, How Stean ...
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Category Harrogate

'nidirect brings together lots of information from government departments and agencies, written in language that is easy to understand. And, you don't need to know the worki ...
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Category Northern Ireland

'Throughout South Gloucestershire are reminders of the people who over the course of the last four hundred years have upheld the principles of freedom of worship and freedom of conscience that have ...
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'The Trail has been developed by Sheffield Wildlife Trust thanks to grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Viridor Credits.'


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Category Sheffield

Trails in over two dozen of the Trust's Nature Reserves.


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Category Norfolk

'Norsey Wood is a mixed coppice woodland covering an area of 65ha (165 acres) and consists of a variety of habitats because of the different underlying geology. It has a history that goes ...
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Category Basildon

'The trail's foundation is the historic network of ancient tracks, farmers’ walks for driving livestock and delivering local produce or timber to market, and miners’ walk between their home, work, ...
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Details of seven Heritage Trails: [1] Ardrossan Castle and intrigues - - - : [2] Cumbrae Explore Cumbrae - - -  :  [3] Irvine Explore a medieval New Town - - - : [4] ...
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Category North Ayrshire

'This route has been known to flood in very wet weather. Do not attempt it without checking first. Please take extreme care when crossing main highways.'


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Category Bedford

'For a shorter walk, select a section or two to suit your needs or travel to or from your walk by steam train. You can also create a circular route that combines the North Berwyn and the Dee Valley ...
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Category Denbighshire

'Stretching from Kincraig Lake (Bispham Marsh) in the north to the reedbed off Holyoake Avenue in the south this green corridor includes twenty-three ponds. Some of the ponds have great crested new ...
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Category Blackpool

'This 16km long route can be walked in 4-5 hours. You can use public transport to get back to the start, or alternatively there are car parks along the route from where you can start circular walks ...
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The Walk 'offers something for every kind of walker from serious hikers to families out for an easy stroll near their doorstep. The route has been designed to run close to the major urban areas of ...
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'Launched in the Autumn of 2014: 'With the complete 42 mile Trail described in text and pictures, the Book includes an introduction, history, geology and general information, plus ...
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'The route stretches from Northleach in the south to near Chipping Campden in the north, Guiting Power in the west to near Bourton-on-the-Water in the east.'


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Category Cotswold

'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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Category North Devon

'The North Dorset Trailway Network is a Charity that is dedicated to extending and improving the Trailway, which is largely made up of sections of the old Somerset and Dorset Railway which ...
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Category North Dorset

Facilities 'are available along the walk including in the villages and towns of Newtownards, Helens Bay, Groomsport & Bangor'.


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'There is always something new to explore on the North Downs Way. The route benefits from a wealth of wildlife, history, landscapes, attractions, villages and towns all waiting to be disco ...
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Category Waverley

'The bulk of the walks ... are in County Durham but other areas walked include the Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines, which is now possibly my favourite area as it has not substantially change ...
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Category Durham [County]

'North East Guides is based in Greenside, Tyne and Wear, and offers training courses to the general public, local authorities, other public sector bodies and commercial organisations. We w ...
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Category North East

The Key used is: [1] Purple Line = Footpath - - - : [2] Green Line = Bridleway - - - : [3] Broken Green Line = Restricted Byway - - - : [4] Brown Line = Byway Open to All Traffic


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'The Forum consists of 17 members, including local councillors, network users, landowners, and other interested parties. We must consider the Forum's views when making certain decisions such as dra ...
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Details of these Walks: [1] South Leverton & Treswell - - - : [2] Sherwood Forest - - - : [3] Rufford Abbey - - - : [4] Hayton and the Chesterfield Canal


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Category Nottinghamshire

'If on any of these walks you find obstructions, or damage to stiles or footbridges which make paths impassible, please report these details as soon as possible to the countryside department of the ...
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Category Northumberland

Accesss to details of over 80 walks and groups of walks across 'a stunning landscape of sweeping moorland views, cascading waterfalls, colourful hay meadows, vibrant communities and spectacular wil ...
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Category Durham [County]

'This website has nearly twenty walks for you to enjoy along our coastline. These include 6 linear sections following the Cleveland Way National Trail. Each walk will give you an insight i ...
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Category Scarborough

Download from the Website PDFs of each Walk featured in the monthly issues of the Magazine.


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Category North Somerset

[1] Blue Plaque Walk - - - : [2] Coastal Walk - - - : [3] Cullercoats Art Trail - - - : [4] Real Ale Experience - - - : [5] Robert Westall Walk - - - : [6] Royal Quays Art Walk - - - : [7] Whitley ...
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Category North Tyneside

'To help you explore North Tyneside's waggonways, a series of walks [and cycle] brochures are available to download: 1. Backworth Walk ... 2. Biodiversity Park Walk ... 3. Burradon Walk ... 4. Holy ...
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Category North Tyneside

'... Hopefully, the walks will entice the curious website user to put on their walking shoes and to explore the area of North Tyneside. In addition to these walks there are a number of other local ...
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Category North Tyneside

'... When complete, the Trail will provide access for walkers, cyclists and, where practical horse riders, and all-abilities access, for the region’s residents, day visitors and tourists. Rather th ...
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Category North West

'This walk was devised to incorporate some of the best walking in the north of England. It has been broken into manageable sections with overnight stops where good accommodation is available. Start ...
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Category Preston

'The North Yorkshire Wolds is an area of chalky uplands north of the Humber, reaching a height of some 800 ft. The area is bounded on the west by the Vale of York, on the north by the ...
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'North Worcestershire has often been referred to as the lungs of the West Midlands. From the mid 18th Century onwards years of industrial growth and increasing urbanisation changed the character of ...
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Category Wyre Forest

'We will be building up a collection of suggested walks ... complete with maps and easy to follow instructions, each based on my own walks over the last few years, and illustrated by some of the th ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'This Heritage Trail links the historic buildings and sites of Northampton and presents you with a self-guided tour of the town centre. The trail is broken down into two sections East and ...
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Category Northampton

'The Northamptonshire Round was set up for us to give a walk or selection of walks to others in recompense for the pleasure gained from walks organized by others. It is designed to show pe ...
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Category Daventry

A number of the walks are available for purchase as Kindle or Kobo versions.


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Category North West

'The AONB was designated in 1958 and covers 39 miles of coast from Berwick to the Coquet estuary. Within this stretch of coastline is some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in Europe.'


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Category Northumberland

'The route mainly follows rights of way (footpaths and bridleways) but in some places follows beaches, minor roads, tracks and permissive paths. The route is fairly level with very few steep climbs ...
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Category Castle Morpeth

'You can use the Map to plan your countryside visit, discover information about public rights of way in your locality and report problems with the rights of way network to the Council.'


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Category Northumberland

'Around 1100 kilometres of rights of way provide the focus for accessing the special area of Northumberland National Park. Furthermore, we have negotiated around 50 kilometres of permissiv ...
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Category Northumberland

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