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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Type of Walk: Woodland Walks

The Trails are: [1] Keltyhill Glen (0.5 mile) - - - : [2] Blairenbathie Mine (1.5 miles) - - - : [3] The Glen (2 miles).


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Category Fife

'The whole circuit or "long route" is 17.5 miles long and it is advised to allow eight to nine hours to complete it but you could take much longer if you take time to enjoy the vistas and places of ...
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Category Harrogate

'The best way to explore the Ashridge Estate is on foot or by bike. Miles of footpaths and bridleways give you plenty of space to explore, and if you drop into the visitor centre w ...
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Category Dacorum

'Newtonmore offers the visitor a wide range of activities within the village lying at the southern end of the Spey Valley in the Cairngorms National Park. Newtonmore is at the heart of the Scottish ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'Balkello's trees were only planted in the 1990s, but already the young woodland is a real contrast to the open fields around it. Birds sing among the trees and light plays through the branches: co ...
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Category City of Dundee

'At present four main trails cover the length of the woodland and follow routes that have been walked by the local community for more than a century, following the natural contours of the woodland ...
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'The Friends of Bashfordsland Wood & Oakfield Glen is a voluntary group of local residents who want to dedicate some of their time, energy and effort to caring for and improving this g ...
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'Situated between Canterbury, Herne Bay, Whitstable and Faversham, the Blean covers an area of 11 square miles and is one of the most distinctive areas of ancient woodland in England, more than hal ...
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Category Canterbury

'The route follows a quiet road, surfaced tracks, woodland and grassy paths. The path leading to and around the Woodland Trust’s woods is steep in places and may be slippery in wet conditi ...
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Category Sheffield

'There are now two major areas, The Sir Joseph Banks Country Park and Woods at Wyberton and the Fenside Woods on Fenside Road in Boston ... All Boston Woods land is freely ...
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Category Woodland Walks

'A circuitous route linking up separate woods follows age old trails, paths and green lanes through a magnificent and diverse woodland setting ... There are plenty of signed and unsigned paths ...
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Category Broxbourne

'The Burlingham Woodland Walks cover several parishes, including North Burlingham and Lingwood, Acle, Hemblington and South Walsham ... [They] are used for a number of art projects. A scul ...
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Category Broadland

'The Beeches attracts around 585,000 visitors a year, who appreciate its tranquillity as well as its rich diversity of habitats and wildlife. Burnham Beeches has been a valuable recreation ...
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Category South Bucks

The PDF gives details of four Walking Trails: [1] Easy Access Trail - - - : [2] Old Railway Footpath - - - : [3] River Walk - - - : [4] Boundary Walk


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Category Gateshead

'There are various public footpaths in and around Cobham Woods, to help you explore this beautiful countryside. Follow the link to download a copy of our guide to the area ... '


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Category Gravesham

'Corstorphine Hill is only 531 feet (161 metres) high. However, from all angles it presents a long low wood-covered ridge, rising above the western suburbs of Edinburgh: Corstorphine, Blac ...
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Eccleshall Woods 'are the largest semi-natural woodland in South Yorkshire. The woods are an extremely popular visitor destination and are particularly valued for their wildlife, historic ...
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Category Sheffield

'The Falkirk Wheel is a fantastic day out with a difference and accessible to everyone! With boat trips, a cafe, gift shop, children's activity zone, water play park & mini-canal, wate ...
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Category Falkirk

'The Wyre Forest is the one of the largest ancient lowland oak woods in England. The 6000 acres, huge though they are, are all that remains of a forest that once stretched from Bridgnorth ...
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Category Wyre Forest

'The Forest of Avon has a fantastic network of walking routes to take you into some of the best areas of countryside and woodland within the forest – ther ...
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Category Bristol

'Hamstreet is a great base for walkers because of its railway station, cafes in both the High Street and garden centre, Indian restaurant, shops and Duke's Head pub ... '


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Category Ashford

'Our knowledgeable and friendly wood keepers are on site every day of the year and will be happy to help make your visit more enjoyable.'


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Category Haringey

'The wood is owned by Luton Borough Council and is managed by the Greensand Trust and a team of active volunteers. Together, the Council and volunteer team has recently restor ...
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Category Luton

[1] Loughton Camp (3.4 miles) - - - : [2] Three Ponds (2.3 miles) - - - : [3] The Loughton Brook and Blackweir Hill Pond (3.5 miles) - - - : [4] Debden Green, the Deer Sanctuary, and Loughton P ...
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Category Epping Forest

'Our story starts back in the early 1990s, when 12 areas of England were chosen to be the focus of long-term tree planting programmes to improve the local environment for the benefit of people, wil ...
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Category Cheshire

'Public access is important in Miltonrigg as it is unusual in being a large, flat wood with excellent access facilities and the capacity to accommodate a wide range and high numbers of vis ...
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Category Carlisle

Details of nature reserves and woodlands around and about London.


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Category Woodland Walks

''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

'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 g ...
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Category Basildon

'12km of paths, steps and historic views have been opened up and uncovered by local volunteers for you to enjoy. Choose a lakeside stroll, a heritage trail, a wild woodland walk or a riverside ramb ...
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Category Swansea

'Buxton Civic Association (BCA) is a registered charity established in 1967 to preserve the fine architecture of Buxton and its natural and formal landscapes, for the local community and a ...
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Category 0: 01-10 Miles

'The District was first called Rochford Hundred in Norman times and stretched from the River Crouch in the north to the River Thames in the south. (The term Hundred is an ancient admin ...
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Category Rochford

'The Hedgelayers Walk (5 miles) ... The Chartists Walk (8 miles) ... The Foresters Walk (12 miles).'


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Category Bromsgrove

Information on the Ruislip Woods Trust Website includes: [1] Ruislip Woods Festival Guided Walks - - - : [2] Self Guided Walks - - - : [3] Guided Walks Organised by Ruislip Woods Trust - - - : [4] ...
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Category Hillingdon

'Forest trails wander through tall larch and pine trees and are perfect for families and visitors. You can climb the hill for panoramic views over Royal Deeside and the Grampian Mountains and – if ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'There are two recognised woodland walks within the public area. The long woodland walk is approximately 4000 metres in length, with the short walk approximately 2300 metres. Work is underway to ex ...
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'The earthworks of Norton Camp,an Iron Age hill fort of about 300 BC, crown the summit. The camp is renowned for the double rampart and ditch of its defences. Archaeological evidence from ...
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Category South Shropshire

'The Forestry Commission refer to Fineshade as "an ancient mixed broadleaf and conifer woodland", but just how much of it is technically ancient - in the sense that it is protected fro ...
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'There are wide permissive footpaths through the wood, and a public footpath cuts through the wood, across the golf course and into Cassiobury Park.


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Category Three Rivers

'A network of woodland paths link local homes to schools. shops, community centres and parks, offering fantastic opportunities for many lovely walks of various lengths.'


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Category Halton

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