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'"There are several way-marked trails such as the Cotswold Way that pass close by, but until now Stroud hasn’t had a route of its own”, explained Stroud resident and keen walker Debbie Hew ...
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Category Stroud

'The walks are usually about 4 miles in length and are suitable for all ages. Family groups are particularly welcome.'


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Category Wealden

'We walk every other Sunday morning throughout the year from various locations in and around the county and also every other Wednesday evening during the summer.'


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Category Wellingborough

'The Wainwrights are the 214 fells that appear in Alfred Wainwright's seven volume Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells which range in height from 985ft to 3120ft. There are over 500 summ ...
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Category Cumbria

'The walk, split into ten day stages, literally follows in the footsteps of 'AW' at work. It links the sights he sketched and wrote about in Lancashire and Westmorland, spending time in Kendal, whe ...
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'There are more than 350 miles of signed and waymarked district wide public rights of way which allow access to enjoy the wider countryside and attractive places of interest. Wakefield Council< ...
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Category Wakefield

'The Wakefield District Local Access Forum was established in July 2003 to advise the Council on the improvement of access to land in the District for open-air recreation and enjoyment. A ...
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Category Wakefield

'Grading walks is very difficult because everyone's perception of what is an easy or hard walk is always going to be different. Some people just look at the mileage, but the terrain and speed of th ...
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Category Wakefield

'The annual subscription is just £5, and includes a newsletter and an up to date walks programme bi-monthly. Enjoy 3 introductory walks free.'


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Category Wakefield

‘The Wakefield Way was planned in 2004 but never became an official route because some of the proposed paths lacked definitive map status. Now the project has been revived by the Wakefield ...
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Category Wakefield

'Welcome to the world of Bus Walks. If you are unfamiliar with the concept it is simply taking a bus to a public footpath, walking along the footpath for anything between 5 and 15 miles th ...
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'The Wales Coast Path travels the length of the Welsh coastline. Along the way you will encounter new stretches as well as established routes, for example, the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path and the ...
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Category Flintshire

'Usually lasting about 2 hours, each walk brings to life, in a clear and engaging manner, the history of different parts of today's Hackney, through its buildings, people and past events. The walks ...
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Category Hackney

'A Walking Week for all on Islay, Jura and Colonsay: Guaranteed to be midge free, we believe!'


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Category Inner Hebrides

'Walking With The Wounded was established in 2010 to raise funds for the re-education and re-training of our wounded servicemen and women. For most, leaving the Armed Forces was not so ...
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Category Charity Walks

'In addition to its sandy white beaches, Scilly has the greatest concentration of prehistoric burial sites in the UK and one of the highest numbers of historic shipwrecks in Europe. The islands ...
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Category Isles of Scilly

'Shetland offers some of the finest walking in Europe. The combination of spectacular coastal scenery on both North Sea and Atlantic facing cliffs, quiet inland lochs, and gentle heathery hills is ...
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Category Shetland

'The Walk the Glens Group was initiated by Cushendall Development Group. We are a team of local people trained as volunteer walk leaders ... There are led ...
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'There are of course many other footpaths, bridleways and roads in the area. Look out particularly for the marked routes, such as the South Telford Way, which will allow you to search out ...
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Category Telford & Wrekin

'Isle of Man has a range of countryside on offer to tempt the outdoor sportsman, and walkers in particular. Steep hills and even Snaefell mountain offer challenges to experienced walkers, and relax ...
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Category Isle of Man

'This walk starts and finishes at Hartland, crossing the peninsula to the north west and following the South West Coast Path to Hartland Point and down the west coast before returning across countr ...
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Category Torridge

'All of the walks are free and led by volunteers involved in the Walkabout Wrexham & District group. We would love you to join us! There are currently 13 weekly walks and between 8-15 ...
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Category Wrexham

'We offer a range of walks for a wide variety of interests, but we can also tailor a tour just for you or your group. Enjoy exploring our website and finding out why the Copper Kingdom is a great p ...
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Category Isle of Anglesey

'Now firmly established as the biggest walking festival in the South of Scotland. Galloway is a wonderful location for walking and whether you enjoy the challenge of our true hill walking experienc ...
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Category Wigtownshire

'... The famous castle sits proud on its rock at the top of the Old Town, a warren of medieval streets and alleyways sweeping down to Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament at the foot of the ...
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'We help you find the best walking routes on Skye, from the classic outings to hidden gems not found in guidebooks. We've carefully researched each of the walks, giving up to date, reliable informa ...
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Category Inner Hebrides

'The coastline has attractions of its own. Stonehaven has a fine harbour but it is the spectacular ruin of Dunnottar Castle nearby that draws the crowds and photographers - it has one of the finest ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'The islands are justly famed for their archaeological remains, with the stone age village of Skara Brae and the neolithic chambered cairn of Maes Howe each being the finest examples anywhere. Thes ...
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Category Orkney

'Magnificent beaches with perfect white sand, usually deserted, stretch for mile upon mile on their western coastlines. The islands also offer a unique culture, being the stronghold of the Gaelic l ...
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Category Outer Hebrides

'... Northwest Sutherland is a stunning landscape of perfect sandy beaches and sweeping moorland studded with glittering lochans, overlooked by some of Scotland's most remarkable mountains, individ ...
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Category Sutherland

You can also use 'Activity Search', followed by 'What would you like to do?' (Walking & Hiking), followed by 'Where would you like to go?'.


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Category Wales

'Walking and cycling is an ideal way to appreciate the diversity of Sandwell's 14 historic canals and branches ... This handy guide is a brief introduction to some of the great walks and cycle rout ...
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Category Sandwell

'The Malhamdale Brochure has details of five Walks: [1] Malham Landscape Spectacular (4.5 miles) - - - : [2] Malham Cove, Dry Valley, Malham Tarn and Pikedaw (7.6 miles) - - - : [3] Janets ...
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Category Craven

'I eventually found more than 70 "written up" circular walks close to Rugby from various sources, including books, council promotions, and websites. I’m not including walks from websites which just ...
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Category Rugby

Website Sections include: [1] Introduction to walking on the Malverns - - - : [2] Leaflets, web pages describing walking routes. Plus our own GPS routes - - - : [3] Guide Books - - - : [4] Led Walk ...
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Category Malvern Hills

'The open spaces at Penrose are ideal to explore and learn about the history of the estate. Take a walk through the parkland from Helston to Porthleven and you'll experience amazing views of Loe Po ...
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Category West Cornwall

'Being just a small journey from London and its airports, our horizon is only a short break away. Why not join us in Suffolk and Norfolk to chill out, to find exhilaration in a sea breeze, to drink ...
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Category Suffolk

'The hills around Loch Leven afford stunning views both of the Loch and over the numerous counties surrounding Kinross-shire and spanning the area from the River Forth to the south and the River Ta ...
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Category Kinross-shire

'Assynt includes, and is surrounded by, spectacular mountains, most of which rise up from an undulating landscape of Lewisian Gneiss as isolated peaks of reddish-brown Torridonian sandstone, often ...
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Category Sutherland

'Cornwall, with the longest coastline in Britain offers everything that a walker could want; ancient paths and ways and rights of way established by the miners, fishermen and farm workers over ...
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Category Cornwall

14 PDF Route Cards: 'The maps show not only the highlighted routes in yellow but also show all other footpaths and bridleways. Places of significant interest and refreshment stops are also highligh ...
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Category East Dorset

'We have for sale the following items for walkers in Kent: [1] 10 Favourite Walks in the Kent Countryside - - - : [2] 21 Walks Around Ashford - - - : [3] The Secrets of Countryside Access - - - : [ ...
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Category Kent

'Our weekly walks column in the Manchester Evening News ran for eighteen years during which we contributed over 900 walks. Many of the walks are now available via our website.'


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Category North West

Amongst other useful information, the Website has brief descriptions of a range of paths and trails, including: [1] Rotary 5 Quays Walk - - - : [2] Poole Trail - - - : [3] The Bourne Valley Gre ...
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Category Poole

'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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Category Shropshire

'All the information on this site is provided with no guarantee as to its accuracy, and visitors are reminded of the BMC [British Mountaineering Council] participation statement which states that " ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

'Bishop's Castle and Clun are Walkers are Welcome towns, two of six in the Shropshire Hills, and a special effort is made to ensure public footpaths are in good order.'


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Category South Shropshire

[1] Upper Wharfedale - - - : [2] Lower Wharfedale - - - : [3] Ribblehead - - - : [4] Nidderdale - - - : [5] Malhamdale - - - : [6] Middleton Fells - - - : [7] Swaledale - - - : [8] Ilkley Moor - - ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'Weymouth and Portland is a local government district and borough in Dorset, England. It consists of the resort of Weymouth and the Isle of Portland, and includes the areas of Wyke Regis, ...
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'A Walking In Your Community Group is a group of people from a local area who are keen to come together to do some physical exercise in the outdoors. It could be an existing group/associat ...
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Category Northern Ireland

The Walk 'Embankment • The Strand • Covent Garden • Trafalgar Square • St Martin’s Lane and Five Dials • Soho and Chinatown • Greek Street and Soho Square • Oxford Street and Tottenham Cou ...
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Category Westminster

'... For the more experienced, or if you fancy exploring a little further, you can choose a more demanding walk; or why not click on the "walks by bus" section and let the bus take you to the start ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'Walking Places includes the following: JOURNALS: This section of the site is home to the hosted journals which members have asked us to publish ...; MICROSITES: The main portal page for a ...
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Category Walking Portals

'Breadalbane is the ancient, the majestic, and, best of all, the undiscovered heart of Scotland. From whichever direction you arrive, Breadalbane unfolds before you in all its glory, as it ...
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Category Perthshire

The Walks include: [1] West Coker Parish Walk (4 miles) - - - : [2] Hardington Parish Walk (4 miles) - - - : [3] Odcombe Parish Walk (5 miles) - - - : [4] Barwick Parish Walk (3 miles) - - - : [5] ...
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Category South Somerset

'A website which helps you to enjoy the varied countryside of East Yorkshire. Whether you’re an experienced walker or just fancy a Sunday stroll, you'll find a route to suit your needs.'


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'Snowdon is a climb, but even the less fit can still manage it - thousands of people, including many young children do it each year. None of the routes up involve climbing except Crib Goch - you sh ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

'Pendle Hill rises majestically above an ancient hunting ground, once the home of wolves and wild boar, a wild and mysterious place. Beneath the hill lie pretty villages which tell a story of intri ...
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Category Pendle

'Over the years our indispensable guides have proved to be a huge success with walkers heading into the wonderful, varied countryside the UK has to offer. Our main range currently has nine titles c ...
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Main Boards include: Long Distance Walks Pennine Way, Coast to Coast, West Highland Way, etc.; Regions - Trip reports, destination advice, recommended routes, etc ...
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Category Walking Portals

Full details of about 100 Walks including maps, GPX, technical difficulty, hills climbed, etc.: 'Pick a walk by rating: [1] gentle, ideal for beginners - - - : [2] easy - - - : [3] moderate - - - : ...
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Category Cumbria

'... We are in the process of developing information on a huge selection of worldwide walks, so bear with us until this site reaches its full glory ... but, in the meantime, do let us know of any f ...
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Walks in the Forest of Bowland 1. Hurst Green - Longridge Fell ... 2. Hurst Green - River Hodder ... 3. Edisford Bridge - Mitton ... 4. Chipping - Wolf Fell ... 5. Whitewell - Browsholme . ...
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Category Lancashire

'n the middle of the woods at the very end of Withybed Corner, having negotiated a few potholes on the way (after rain!), is a little haven called The Bell; or "The Rat", as that is what The Bell i ...
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'Access to our main website ... is free - and will always be free - as we want everyone to have access to our walks to be able to go and do them. Throughout the website, there are adverts for produ ...
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Category Walking Portals

'Port of Bristol apprentices have been working with members of the Pill community to restore a half-mile section of footpath along the historic sea bank next to the River Avon at Pill Long ...
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Category North Somerset

'This webpage is provided by the Yorkshire Dales Public Transport Users Group, you are advised to confirm details of bus services with operators before travelling. Please check bus and tra ...
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Category North Yorkshire

The Walks are from these Stations on the Line: [1] Oxenholme (8 miles) - - - : [2] Kendal (7 miles) - - - : [3] Burneside (6.5 miles) - - - : [4] Staveley (4.5 miles) - - - : [5] Windermere (7 mile ...
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Category South Lakeland

'The walks are mostly based in the Ceiriog Valley, and start from the front door of The Hand, but there are also walks in there around Chirk, Oswestry Racecourse and even into Snowdonia.'< ...
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Category Wrexham

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