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Walking tour of Oxford centre inspired by the writings of C.S. Lewis.

Category Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

C.S. Lewis Foundation (Prepared by Kim Gilnett with assistance from Stan Mattson and Michael Ward)

Visits to the Website815
Views of 'Full' Record1765

'Ridge walking, moorland and panoramic views ... Very strenuous, open moorland, long ascents (750m/2100ft climb)'

Category Denbighshire
Navigate the Website>>> 6. Cadair Berwyn [PDF]
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromLlandrillo
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1086
Views of 'Full' Record1953

'Cader Idris is a mountain in the centre of a beautiful area of Mid-Wales bounded by two estuaries: the Mawddach the Dovey. This site describes a large number of walks, climbs, visits and drives for anyone holidaying in the area between the beautiful Mawddach and Dyfi estuaries that bound the Cader Idris mountain range.'

'The site is non-commercial and there are no vested business interests. It has been created to promote this area of Mid-Wales, and help visitors enjoy the area. However, if you have found this site useful, then a donation to the "Wales Air Ambulance" would be very welcome'

Category Merioneth
Starting fromAround and About Cader Idris
Description from

Mike Detheridge and Tina Detheridge

Visits to the Website852
Views of 'Full' Record1486

'As part of the first Caerleon Arts Festival in July 2003, ten sculptors were invited to create works based on the theme of Romano-Celtic Vision. The finished sculptures make up the Caerleon Sculpture Trail.' Unfortunately at the time of Review I could not locate a description of the Trail on the Newport City Council Website; so I have replaced the Link.

Category Newport
Starting fromCaerleon
Description from

Newport City Council

See also

Caerleon Heritage Trail [Caerleon Net]

Visits to the Website849
Views of 'Full' Record2667

'Enjoy three fantastic Ridgeway Walks across the length and breadth of Caerphilly County Borough.'

Category Caerphilly
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Visit Caerphilly

Visits to the Website1119
Views of 'Full' Record2624

'This undulating route starts in the basin of the River Severn at the village of Caersws, or to give it its Roman name "Mediolanum" (The Central First). The railway station is built on an old Roman fort with some of the earthworks still visible as you start the walk into the rolling hills of Montgomeryshire ...'

Category Montgomeryshire
Navigate the Website>>> 3. Caersws - Newtown [PDF]
Distance (miles)9
Starting fromCaersws
Description from

Arriva Trains Wales

Visits to the Website1164
Views of 'Full' Record4890

'Cairnsmore of Fleet, at 711 metres, is the highest of the so called "Solway Hills". It's commanding location overlooking the Cree Estuary ensures the walker can enjoy the magnificence of Wigtown Bay and the Machars in the near vicinity, with the Lake District, North Wales and the Isle of Man in the distance. '

Category Wigtownshire
Navigate the Website>>> Moderate Walks >>> (1) Cairnsmore of Fleet
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromNewton Stewart
Visits to the Website1015
Views of 'Full' Record2021

'Crossing 3 counties (West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and Derbyshire), the Cal-Der-Went walk links the rivers Calder with the Derwent and was devised by Geoffrey Carr in the 1970s.'

Category Wakefield
Navigate the Website>>> Download a detailed description [PDF]
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromHorbury
Description from

Visit Penistone

See also

The Cal-Der-Went Walk by John Merrill (The John Merrill Foundation, 2014)

Visits to the Website800
Views of 'Full' Record1795

'The navigation, which is part-canal and part-river, connects the Yorkshire and Pennine canals, and provides easy access for walking in the Pennines. Canal enthusiasts will appreciate the unusual waterways architecture, including quirky lever-operated locks.'

Category Wakefield
Distance (miles)22
Starting fromFall Ings Road, Wakefield
Walks described here by
See also

Calder and Hebble Navigation [Wikipedia] | Calder & Hebble Navigation [Milestone Society] (7 miles) | Rotary Navigation Walk

Visits to the Website855
Views of 'Full' Record3250

'Up to 2003, Calderdale Council had a small group of "Tourist Guides" supported by their Tourism Unit which operated a limited summer programme covering some of Calderdale's towns and villages. When local authority funding was withdrawn in 2003, that group was disbanded. But half a dozen people came together, agreed that such walks ought to continue and they were prepared to start their own group. They planned a modest programme for summer 2004 and that was the start of Calderdale Heritage Walks as an independent walks organisation ... '

Category Calderdale
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Calderdale Heritage Walks

Visits to the Website925
Views of 'Full' Record1906

'Calderdale has the largest density of Open Access Land of any district access authority in England. Its access facilities also include a very high density of public rights of way, the National Trust land at Hardcastle Craggs, Yorkshire Water access facilities and much more.'

Category Calderdale
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Calderdale Council

Visits to the Website614
Views of 'Full' Record1306

'The Borough of Calderdale has a network of around 2000 paths including 125 miles of bridleways, along with a very short network of byways open to all traffic. Some of these paths are one of the best ways of seeing Calderdale's countryside while others provide useful short cuts to your local shops, bus stop or other services. You can see most of the rights of way network using Calderdale Maps Online although this should not be relied on for legal purposes.'

Category Calderdale
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Calderdale Council

Visits to the Website891
Views of 'Full' Record3263

'Walk exploring the hills, moors and valleys of Calderdale. It is an "up and down" journey with few level sections. The higher levels, however, provide some exceptionally fine panoramic views.'

Category Calderdale
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromBrighouse
Description from

CREW Heart Support Group

Visits to the Website932
Views of 'Full' Record1682

'The area around the Caledonian Canal is superb walking country. With breathtaking scenery and so much wildlife, there is always something to enjoy. Take a relaxing stroll along the towpath, hike the Great Glen Way long distance route, or climb Britain's highest mountain. Watch the Great Glen Ways video and you will be persuaded!'

Category Inverness-shire
Starting fromInverness
Description from

Scottish Canals

See also

The Caledonian Canal Walks [Explore Inverness]

Visits to the Website836
Views of 'Full' Record1277

'Callendar Estate extends to approximately 6,300 acres mainly of tenanted farmland and woodland. The main area of the estate lies on the south side of Falkirk, in central Scotland, with other areas around the towns of Denny, Larbert, Laurieston and Whitecross.'

Category Falkirk
Starting fromCallendar Estate
Description from

Callendar Estate

Visits to the Website799
Views of 'Full' Record1465

'An enjoyable circular stroll around the town centre. A great way to discover the town's remarkable history through the buildings and architecture which provide clues to the past. Use the Town Map to help you follow the Trail: Get YOUR Great Value Map from Camborne's Tourist Information Centre, and other retail outlets around the town.'

Category West Cornwall
Starting fromCamborne
Description from

Discover Cornwall

Visits to the Website607
Views of 'Full' Record1229

'Series of leaflets promoting self guided linear walks between railway stations on the Cambrian network. These have been developed to promote car-free accessible walks in the Mid Wales area that really make the most of the wonderful, varied scenery and wildlife this unique part of the world has to offer. There are 12 in the series.' ALERT At Review, I could no longer find online details of these Walks on the Cambrian Lines Website. So unfortunately all you have in the alternative Link here are summaries of some of the 12 Trails. (A ‘string search’ on Google of the Titles of the Walks might well give you more detailed information from other Websites.)

Category Gwynedd
Description from

Arriva Trains Wales

Visits to the Website1088
Views of 'Full' Record1975

'Wales's most scenically beautiful and challenging long distance trail.'

Category Cardiff
Distance (miles)275
Starting fromCastell Coch
Description from

Tony Drake

Visits to the Website1362
Views of 'Full' Record1935

'The buildings of Cambridge constructed since 1945 have made a substantial contribution to the built environment of the city. There can be few cities of comparable size with such an array of work by nationally and internationally renowned designers ...' Part 1 The City Centre | Part 2 Four City Walks | Part 3 The Suburbs | Part 4 The Surrounding AreaALERT Unable to raise the Website originally cited here at Review, so Linked instead to related Site.

Category Cambridge
Description from

The Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry

Visits to the Website998
Views of 'Full' Record1614

'We have two MP3 audio walks around Cambridge, Classic Cambridge and City Life and Open Spaces. You can download them individually for £3 each, or buy both together for £5. All our walks include a map in PDF format, which you will find within the zip file that you download immediately after purchase. Audio files are standard MP3 format, suitable for use on iPods and other MP3-compatible devices.' Note that this Entry replaces my original from Cambridge University.

Category Cambridge
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Tourist Tracks

Visits to the Website803
Views of 'Full' Record1582

'Cambridge Sculpture Trails has created three separate sculpture walks around the city to enable you to discover this rich diversity of works of art.'

Category Cambridge
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Cambridge Sculpture Trails

Visits to the Website875
Views of 'Full' Record1686

'The Definitive Map and Statement is a collection of certain maps and other documents which together constitute the County Council's legal record of all known public rights of way in Cambridgeshire. The council also keeps records of many of the county's permissive paths. This is where a landowner has agreed to allow the public to use a route on their land, but no legal right of way exists.'

Category Cambridgeshire
Navigate the Website>>> Rights of Way Interactive Map
Visits to the Website720
Views of 'Full' Record1665

'The main remit of the group is to advise the County Council, as well as District Councils, on the management of the County's public rights of way. The advice of the group is to ensure the continued improvement and protection of public rights of way in Cambridgeshire for the purposes of open air recreation and the enjoyment of the countryside.'

Category Cambridgeshire
Visits to the Website561
Views of 'Full' Record1415

'P3 is a way for members of the public and parish councils to get involved with improving their rights of way. The County Council's rights of way officers give advice and receive feedback on making the best use of knowledge, resources and funding at a local level.' ALERT At Review, I could no longer find any reference to P3 on the County's Website.

Category Cambridgeshire
Description from

Cambridgeshire County Council

Visits to the Website411
Views of 'Full' Record992

'This web site is dedicated to walks from and around our beautiful town of St Ives in Cambridgeshire. The land is flat, but with tall skies and wide horizons there's a fantastic feeling of open spaces.'

Category Cambridgeshire
Starting fromSt Ives
Description from

John McKinnie

Visits to the Website1646
Views of 'Full' Record8220

'Camden would be a far less pleasant place to live without the presence of all of the trees in the streets, on the housing estates and in the parks.  Many of these are spectacular sights to see, shrouding eyesores, reducing air and water pollution, and contributing to the atmosphere and tranquillity of the valuable green spaces which give balance to the hustle and bustle of the Capital. These self-guided tree walks have been created by Camden’s tree section to allow you to explore this exciting part of Camden in pursuit of trees.'

Category Camden
Navigate the Website>>> Tree Walks
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Camden Council

Visits to the Website974
Views of 'Full' Record1631

'Until the 1970s a branch railroad in the Camel Valley linked Padstow and Wadebridge with the main line at Bodmin and with the old Southern Railway route to Waterloo.  Now it is an 18-mile hiking, horse riding and cycling trail, extended to Wenford Bridge on a former quarry tramway, again alongside the river.'

Category West Cornwall
Navigate the Website>>> Camel Trail
Distance (miles)18
Starting fromPadstow
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1320
Views of 'Full' Record1729

'ViewRanger, the UK's leading smartphone Outdoors GPS App and CAMRA Campaign for Real Ale have worked together so you can install routes from the popular London & Edinburgh Pub Walks books onto your mobile. The ViewRanger Open edition app is FREE to install from your app store and each route costs just 60p (40 credits) to install.'

Category Inner London
Visits to the Website583
Views of 'Full' Record1456

'The Camuplodunum was conceived in 1974 by Derek Keeble as a 25 mile, long distance route around Colchester's town boundary to be used as a training ground for his then favourite pastime, orienteering.  On the one hand it retains its original objective as a complete long distance path. On the other hand it has been broken down into sixteen short sections between Colchester's radial bus routes for the less adventurous. Whichever way you prefer to enjoy its varied route, Colchester Ramblers hope that you share Derek's undying enthusiasm for our surrounding countryside. '

Category Colchester
Distance (miles)25
Starting fromThe Half But Innt, Great Horkesley
Description from

Colchester Ramblers

Visits to the Website724
Views of 'Full' Record1480

''This walk covers a large area of the smallest mainland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in the United Kingdom.'

Category Cannock Chase
Navigate the WebsiteCannock Chase [PDF]
Distance (miles)8
Starting fromGlacial Boulder Car Park, near Brocton
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1227
Views of 'Full' Record4668

'What made Cannock Chase and the surrounding area what it is today? Over the centuries people, places and events have shaped its heritage. Discover how by walking or cycling the Cannock Chase Heritage Trail ...'

Category Cannock Chase
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromCannock Railway Station
Description from

Cannock Chase Council

Visits to the Website782
Views of 'Full' Record1702

'A flat walk from the village of Ripley. The route follows part of the River Wey Navigation, which was one of the earliest British rivers to be made fully navigable, and is now a popular waterway for recreational boating.' Unfortunately details of this Walk seem to have been removed from the Surrey CC Website (though you might still find a PDF of it via a Google search). So I have replaced the Link with a more generic one.

Category Guildford
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromRipley
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1094
Views of 'Full' Record1964

'We have two MP3 audio walks around Canterbury, Heritage Highlights and The Pilgrims' Trail. You can download them individually for £3 each, or buy both together for £5. All our walks include a map in PDF format, which you will find within the zip file that you download immediately after purchase.'

Category Canterbury
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Tourist Tracks

Visits to the Website1044
Views of 'Full' Record1558

'I did this walk on Sunday 6th January 2008 ... Earlier in the morning I had walked into Canterbury from Chartham along the Stour Valley Walk to reach this point and, having walked round the Centenary Walk, subsequently resumed my walk along the Stour Valley walk down to Sturry ... Although on the Ordnance Survey map the route is marked as the Canterbury Centenary Walk the signposts show the walk as the Kent County Council Centenary Walk ... Although nothing special, this had been an interesting diversion from the walk and would make a nice half day trip for someone staying in Canterbury who wanted to get out of the town for a while.'

Category Canterbury
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromRheims Way
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website664
Views of 'Full' Record1285

'I did this walk on Sunday 23rd September 2007. I had been going to walk along the Medway Valley from Strood to Maidstone but I had got up a bit too late (again) to get a suitable train and thus drove to Canvey Island instead to continue my series of walks on the Essex coast. It was a fine day with plenty of sunshine and felt quite warm for the time of the year despite a fairly strong breeze ... '

Category Castle Point
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromCanvey Island
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1018
Views of 'Full' Record1774

'This website has been developed as a resource for people planning an expedition on the Cape Wrath Trail in Scotland. It supports a new guidebook to the route which will be published by Cicerone.'

Category Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)249
Starting fromBanavie, Fort William
Description from

Iain Harper

See also

The Cape Wrath Trail [Walkhighlands]

Visits to the Website1575
Views of 'Full' Record1943

'This old route is marked as "Mounth Capell" on the Gough Map, which has been dated to between 1355 and 1366. This would have been a very convenient pass between Glen Muick and the Braes of Angus and may have been a good deal used in the days when the district was more populated.'

Category Aberdeenshire
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromSpittal of Glenmuick
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website945
Views of 'Full' Record2085

'This engaging walk offers a chance to savour some of the capital’s most glorious scenery. 15 easily walked sections ... magically retained within London’s suburbs ... leave you free to enjoy it all at your own pace.'

Category Greenwich
Distance (miles)78
Starting fromWoolwich Foot Tunnel
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1181
Views of 'Full' Record2144

A selection of two dozen walks in 'real walking country that entices not only the keen walkers, but also those looking for a peaceful stroll among the hills and forests or simply a place to picnic with family and friends. From gentle rambles in green valleys to the wilder paths rising to rugged moors and cliffs'.

Category North Yorkshire
Description from

'The Captain Cook Tourism Association gratefully acknowledges the support provided by Don Burlureaux in offering access to these excellent walks.'

Visits to the Website824
Views of 'Full' Record1326

'The UK's National Parks family works hard to promote sustainable travel, which most often means travelling without a car. Leaving your car behind not only results in less stress on important valuable landscapes, it also adds to the adventure and enjoyment of a place. Recently, our partners at put together some rather extensive and useful guides for travelling each of the National Parks without a car ...'

Category National Parks
Description from

National Parks UK

Visits to the Website380
Views of 'Full' Record797

'The circular trail for cyclists and walkers is 10km or 6.2miles long and runs around the Bay and across to the seaside town of Penarth via Pont y Werin, a 140 metre bridge providing a link for pedestrians and cyclists between Penarth and the International Sports Village.'

Category Cardiff
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromCardiff Bay
Description from

Visit Cardiff

Visits to the Website831
Views of 'Full' Record1342

'Public rights of way are footpaths, bridleways and byways open to all traffic and any roads used as public paths. In total there are well over 100 miles of public rights of way across Cardiff. View public rights of way on a Map ... A variety of leaflets are available on Outdoor Cardiff along with information about a wide range of activities and amenities.'

Category Cardiff
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Cardiff Council

Visits to the Website844
Views of 'Full' Record2786

'Our Cardiff walking tours are available most days and must be booked in advance. Booking is easy - just check availability on the BOOK NOW page and follow the booking instructions.'

Category Cardiff
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Cardiff on Foot

Visits to the Website717
Views of 'Full' Record1460

'Ten of our favourite walks in the Cardiff area are available as leaflets. These include a variety of walks ranging from the lively urban Cardiff Bay to the wilder and more peaceful ridges to the north of the city.'

Also access details of 'Cardiff Group's first book of walks, written for the Ramblers' Association 60th anniversary in 1995, unfortunately now out of print'; and of 'Cardiff Group's second book of walks, all in the Cardiff area'.)

Category Cardiff
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Cardiff Ramblers

Visits to the Website943
Views of 'Full' Record1382

'Maps of some of the circular and linear walks and hikes for you to enjoy around Cardigan Bay. Follow the links to download the maps, which come complete with useful information on special points of interest along the way.'

Category Cardiganshire
Visits to the Website800
Views of 'Full' Record1421

'Covering as much as 2,000 hectares (4,942 acres) of heather-covered hills with stunning views of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Welsh hills, this is an important place for wildlife, geology and archaeology. There are paths for walking, cycling and horse riding, you can even drive to the top of the hill to take in the views ...'

Category South Shropshire
Size (acreage)5000
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Walks described here by
See also

Picklescott & The Portway, Shropshire [Christopher Somerville]

Visits to the Website729
Views of 'Full' Record1239

'This trail starts and finishes at Carlisle Castle. It takes you around the town to discover more about the people and places linked to Carlisle's history.'

'Download the Teachers' Resource Pack: Discover Carlisle Heritage Trail [PDF] to use with this trail.'

Category Carlisle
Navigate the Website>>> Discover Carlisle Heritage Trail: Town Trail
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromCarlisle Castle
Description from

Historic England National Monuments Record - Heritage Explorer

Visits to the Website881
Views of 'Full' Record1858

Six walks around and about Carmarthen Town Centre: 'Many of the walks given can be lengthened as walking ability improves ... These additional streets only take an extra 5 - 20 minutes to walk and are just as quick and much healthier than jumping in a taxi or on a bus.'

Category Carmarthenshire
Starting fromCarmarthen
Description from


Visits to the Website1139
Views of 'Full' Record2959
Starting fromCarnforth
Description from

Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City Council and the Lune Valley Initiative

Visits to the Website1285
Views of 'Full' Record3043

'Carnmoney Hill is a green oasis in an urban area, and is rich in both history and wildlife ... '

Distance (miles)3
Starting fromCarnmoney Hill Car Park
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website818
Views of 'Full' Record1716

'This walk on the hills above the Glenshane Pass gives access to historic Carntogher Mountain with views across Lough Foyle to Errigal and Muckish in Donegal, Sawel and the high Sperrins, and south-east to The Mournes and Slieve Gullion ...'

Category Mid Ulster
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromCotter Row Car Park, near Maghera
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website973
Views of 'Full' Record2343

The Leaflet includes brief descriptions of two Trails: [1] Loch Shore Trail (2.75 miles) - - - : [2] Meikle Bin Trail (3.25 miles)

Category Stirling
Starting fromCarron Valley
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website756
Views of 'Full' Record1588

'Enjoy a walk around some of the major heritage attractions of Carshalton. The walk starts and finishes at Honeywood where, for a small entrance fee, you will be able to find out a little more about the places you have seen.'

Category Sutton
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromHoneywood Museum, Carshalton
Description from

Friends of Honeywood Museum

Visits to the Website905
Views of 'Full' Record1710

'Over 30 walks from Cassiobury Park, Watford, UK, including Whippendell Wood, Chandlers Cross and Croxley Moor; also the Grand Union Canal North to Kings Langley (and including The Grove) and South past Rickmansworth; from a ten minute walk around the park to a three hour walk across country.'

Category Watford
Starting fromCassiobury Park
Description from

Raffi Katz

Visits to the Website781
Views of 'Full' Record1419

'Starting in the historic village of Castle Acre, with its Cluniac Priory and eleventh century castle, this 6 mile walk follows the Peddars Way National Trail, old drove roads and lanes. It returns to the village following the River Nar, on part of the Nar Valley Way.'

Navigate the Website>>> Circular Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromCastle Acre
Visits to the Website913
Views of 'Full' Record2233

'Walk through the gently rolling countryside around Castle Hedingham. It starts in the quiet village of Wickham St Paul, with its beautiful duckpond, before taking you north on well used footpaths through open farmland, then west through the hills and valleys outside Gestingthorpe, before descending the long slow slopes into Castle Hedingham itself, where you can go to see the remains of the Medieval Castle ...'

Category Braintree
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromWickham St Paul
Description from

Essex Walks

Visits to the Website1124
Views of 'Full' Record2015

Daws Heath Woodland  Three ancient woods beside the A127

Thundersley Common One of the finest surviving heaths in Essex

Shipwright’s Wood Discover the beauty of this hidden wood.

Thundersley Glen  An open woodland once used for charcoal burning.

West Wood  Explore this ancient wood which once belonged to the Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Category Castle Point
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website1070
Views of 'Full' Record1790

'One of Dorset's gentlest way-marked, walking, cycling and horse riding routes. This 16.5 mile (26.5 kilometres) trailway follows much of the old Southampton to Dorchester railway line. The trailway takes you through some of East Dorset's stunning landscape whilst also connecting a string of settlements between Ringwood and Poole.'

Category New Forest
Distance (miles)17
Starting fromRingwood
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1052
Views of 'Full' Record2660

'Fully waymarked walk of 64 miles (103 km) that lies at the heart of Scotland, approximately 1 ½ hours north of Edinburgh. The Trail takes its name from the feared cattle thieves who raided the rich lands of Strathardle, Glenshee and Glen Isla.'

Category Perthshire
Distance (miles)64
Starting fromBlairgowrie
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1098
Views of 'Full' Record2251

'We do as much walking as we can and aim to average at least 5 miles a day. We walk 3 miles to get our flour and 6 miles to get our eggs and have even done a 30 mile round trip to go to an evening theatre performance. We enjoy walking to pubs and decided to see how many pubs we could walk to and back from, starting from home. We have now done 70 different pubs, one at a time ... We are at the stage now where many of the pubs are 30 miles away and involve camping overnight. We are trying to get the tally up to 100 ...'

Category West Dorset
Starting fromCattistock
Description from

The Dynamic Duo Company

Visits to the Website785
Views of 'Full' Record2656

'Whether you are a dedicated rambler or just enjoy the occasional stroll, Causeway Coast and Glens will inspire you to go just that little bit further. From rugged coastal paths, rolling hill tracks and forest and country parks to mountain trails, glen walks, tow paths and stunning strands, it seems we have something to suit every ability and inclination.'

Description from

Causeway Coastal Route

Visits to the Website744
Views of 'Full' Record1621

'The Causeway Coast Way is a relatively easy low-lying coastal walk in the north-east of Northern Ireland. It takes a walker of average fitness 2-3 days to complete. The Trail links the popular tourist towns of Ballycastle and Portstewart and passes some of the biggest tourist attractions in Northern Ireland. These include the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Dunluce Castle. Bushmills Distillery is also just a short detour from the trail. The Causeway Coast Way is just a section of the Ulster Way trail, which completes a 1,000km circuit of Northern Ireland.'

Distance (miles)33
Starting fromBallycastle
Description from

Eoin Reilly Trailhead

Walks described here by
See also

Portstewart Strand [National Trust]

Visits to the Website867
Views of 'Full' Record1366

'A walk to the south of Ely takes you along the bank of the River Great Ouse, a river which has been the life blood to Ely throughout the centuries.'

Navigate the Website>>> Things To Do >>> Walking >>> Cawdle Fen Way [PDF]
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromLittle Thetford
Description from

Visit Cambridge & Beyond

Visits to the Website782
Views of 'Full' Record2019

'Within the woods surrounding Cawdor Castle are five nature trails that vary in length from 0.75 miles to 5 miles. Four of the five trails start from the Flower Garden, the exception being the violet trail which starts from the Blue Bridge. The layout of the trails gives you the choice to continue on a longer trail if you wish.'

Category Nairnshire
Starting fromCawdor Castle
Description from

Cawdor Castle

Visits to the Website1021
Views of 'Full' Record2766

'The Ceiriog Valley Walk is the flagship walk of the Chirk and Ceiriog Valley Partnership, devised 15 years ago to link all the villages in the valley from Chirk to Llanarmon (and vice-versa), with convenient access available by public transport to different sections of the walk.'

Category Wrexham
Navigate the Website>>> Download the PDFs
Distance (miles)23
Starting fromChirk
See also

Llwybr Ceiriog Trail [LDWA]

Visits to the Website511
Views of 'Full' Record1518

'A walk of 12 miles along the River Pinn from Pinner to the Grand Union Canal at Cowley, through green spaces, conservation areas and wildlife havens.'

Category Harrow
Navigate the Website>>> Walks >>> Celandine Walks [PDFs]
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromPinner Station
Visits to the Website959
Views of 'Full' Record3382

'The Celtic Way is a long-distance walk from West Wales, through South Wales and into Wessex and the West of England in the United Kingdom.'

Category Pembrokeshire
Distance (miles)718
Starting fromStrumble Head, Fishguard
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1077
Views of 'Full' Record1918

'Cemlyn is one of North Wales Wildlife Trust's star reserves and regarded by the Anglesey County Council as the "jewel in the crown" of its Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.'

Category Anglesey
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromCemlyn Bay
Walks described here by
See also

Cemlyn Shingle Ridge Walk [National Trust]

Visits to the Website730
Views of 'Full' Record1928

'Circular footpath encircling Chelmsford.'

Category Chelmsford
Navigate the Website>>> Long Walks >>> Centenary Circle
Distance (miles)21
Starting fromGalleywood
Description from

Essex Walks

Visits to the Website1049
Views of 'Full' Record2826

'This route celebrates the 100th anniversary of North Yorkshire County Council. It runs across the Howardian Hills and Yorkshire Wolds via Castle Howard and Wharram Percy, linking York and the Foss Walk with the Yorkshire Wolds Way and Cleveland Way National Trails. Meeting the Derwent and Foss, it combines riverside walks in deep valleys with forest tracks.'

Category North Yorkshire
Navigate the Website>>> Centenary Way (North Yorkshire)
Distance (miles)83
Starting fromYork Minster
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website889
Views of 'Full' Record2909

'Warwickshire's Centenary Way was established by the Council in 1989 to celebrate its 100th anniversary ... This 100 mile Path starts at Kingsbury Water Park in the north of the county and winds its way down to Upper Quinton on the Gloucestershire border. The route can be followed on Ordnance Survey Explorer Maps.'

Navigate the Website>>> Key Word Search 'Centenary'
Distance (miles)100
Starting fromKingsbury Water Park
Walks described here by
See also

Warwickshire's Centenary Way Geoff Allen and John Roberts (Walkways, 1996)

Visits to the Website569
Views of 'Full' Record2428

'The Forum consists of up to 22 members, all volunteers giving their time and experience to improving countryside access for the future. Ability for each member to recognise the validity of the views of others and to seek consensus is vital, as is independence from the views of any particular organisation.'

Navigate the Website>>> JLAF Leaflet [PDF]
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website1060
Views of 'Full' Record1444

Public Rights of Way: [1] Reporting an issue - - - : [2] Background - - - : [3] Advice for farmers and landowners - - - : [4] Online maps - - - : [5] Maintenance - - - : [6] Landowner statements - - - : [7] Rights of way policy documents - - - : [8] Temporary rights of way closure - - - : [9] Byways Open to All Traffic [BOATS]

Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website405
Views of 'Full' Record898

'Stage 17 of the The Ulster Way from Gortin to Moneyneany, also known as the Central Sperrins Way, is a moderate 2 day or strenuous 1 day (37 km) walking route in County Tyrone in Northern Ireland. This hike is through the centre of the Sperrin Mountains and the scenic Glenelly Valley along mostly quiet back roads and paths ...'

Distance (miles)23
Starting fromGortin
Description from


Visits to the Website612
Views of 'Full' Record1898

'A route between Chichester and West Dean following the line of part of the disused Chichester to Midhurst railway.'

Category Sussex
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromNear to Bishop Luffa school, Westgate
Description from

West Sussex County Council

Visits to the Website910
Views of 'Full' Record1966

'Are you interested in joining guided walks? Cerdded Conwy Walks are a group of Volunteer walk leaders who put together seasonal walk programmes supported by Conwy County Borough Council ... '

Category Conwy
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website826
Views of 'Full' Record1719

'Follows the spectacular and varied coastline of Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales. Stunning scenery, picturesque villages and a wealth of wildlife - including the highest numbers of dolphin sightings in the UK - make Ceredigion a perfect place for a week's coastal walking.'

Category Cardiganshire
Distance (miles)60
Starting fromCardigan
Description from

Ceredigion County Council

Visits to the Website694
Views of 'Full' Record1667

'The Forum is a voluntary body with up to 22 members, appointed following advertising, which represents land managers and owners, users of land and those with other interests. The Forum advises the local authority and other bodies on access and recreation issues.'

Category Cardiganshire
Description from

Ceredigion County Council

Visits to the Website788
Views of 'Full' Record1512

'To get information from the Interactive Map such as route numbers and status of routes simply click once on any desired public right of way on the map and a table will come up with key information.'

Category Cardiganshire
Description from

Ceredigion County Council

Visits to the Website709
Views of 'Full' Record1695

'This circular walk takes in the hamlets and villages of Minterne Magna, Cerne Abbas, Nether Cerne, Godmanstone, Forston and Charminster.'

Category West Dorset
Distance (miles)26
Starting fromDorchester
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website883
Views of 'Full' Record2576

'This circular trail takes you back in history as you discover Chalgrave's hidden history. It can be walked in its entirety or in sections using other footpaths to return to your starting point.'

Navigate the Website>>> Search by Walk Name 'Chalgrave' >>> The Chalgrave Heritage Trail at Dunstable
Distance (miles)8
Starting fromChalgrave
Description from

Chalgrave Parish CouncilChalk Arc

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website824
Views of 'Full' Record1684

'Circular walking route on the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, Britain's most northerly chalk outcrop, linking the villages of Great Givendale, Bishop Wilton, Bugthorpe, Thixendale, Fimber, Wetwang and Huggate ... The route was established in 1994 by Ray Wallis.'

Distance (miles)40
Starting fromPocklington
Visits to the Website1034
Views of 'Full' Record2071

'The official web site for Challenge Walks in Northumberland, including the Northumberland Coastal Challenge Walk, Cragside Challenge Walk, St Cuthbert's Way Challenge Walk and Kielder Challenge Walk.'

Category Northumberland
Description from

Shepherds Walks

Visits to the Website722
Views of 'Full' Record1485

In fact, there are 'two very different walks in the Cotswolds countryside that start from Charlbury's old town centre.  Route 1 takes in the only Public Right of Way through the ancient Wychwood Forest within Cornbury Park as well as passing through the pretty village of Chilson and taking in some wonderful views of the Cotswold countryside ...'

Category West Oxfordshire
Distance (miles)9
Starting fromCharlbury
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1132
Views of 'Full' Record2112

'Sean Patterson’s unconventional walks combine architecture, literature, social history and psychogeography to bring London’s past, present and future to life.'

Category Inner London
Description from

Sean Patterson

Visits to the Website644
Views of 'Full' Record1151

'This walk takes you to the four peaks that define Charnwood Forest. Along the way you will pass the oldest rocks in Britain, visit historic deer parks and take in some spectacular views. Charnwood Forest is famed for its craggy hills and dry stone walls, but is also rich in wildlife. Look out for buzzards circling on the updrafts from the hills.' ALERT At Review, details of this Walk were not accessible on the National Forest Website.

Category Charnwood
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromBradgate Park
Description from

The National Forest

Visits to the Website1006
Views of 'Full' Record3288

'To the west of Chesham are a number of parallel valleys which offer delightful views of the rolling Chiltern countryside. Along the valleys run tracks with curious names such as Herbert’s Hole and Blind Lane and roads that on some days are almost devoid of traffic ...'

Category Chiltern
Navigate the Website>>> Walks and Rides Leaflets >>> Chartridge Hills and Vales [PDF]
Distance (miles)8
Starting fromChesham Underground Station
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website839
Views of 'Full' Record1641

'Chatteris is a thriving Fenland town with many local shops and businesses. The town still celebrates its histtory with an annual History Festival and is the place to be at Christmas for the famous and splendid Chatteris Christmas lights.'

Category Fenland
Navigate the Website>>> Discover Chatteris Circular Walk
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromChatteris
Description from

Visit Cambridgeshire Fens

Visits to the Website1029
Views of 'Full' Record4639

Paths and trails on 'open access' land allowing a circular walk between the Memorial and the Windmills. Accessible by several bus services.

Category Mid Sussex
Navigate the Website>>> Chattri & the Windmills leaflet [PDF]
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromNear Pyecombe
Visits to the Website970
Views of 'Full' Record2778

'If you are planning a visit to Whitehall why not include a walk around Cheam village and look at some of the other historic buildings on this Heritage Walk? ... The walk takes approximately one hour ... A more detailed guide to the Cheam Heritage Walk is available from Whitehall.'

Category Sutton
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromCheam
Description from

The Friends of Whitehall

Visits to the Website625
Views of 'Full' Record1744

'At almost 400ft (122m) deep and 3 miles long, this is England’s largest gorge, and with its weathered crags and pinnacles, one of our most spectacular natural sites. It plays host to a varied community of  specialized plants and wildlife, many of which you’ll get to spot on this exhilarating circular walk.'

Category Sedgemoor
Navigate the Website>>> Cheddar Gorge [PDF]
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromCheddar Gorge National Trust Shop
Description from

Mendip Hills AONB (and the National Trust)

Walks described here by
See also

Cheddar Gorge Cliff Top Walk [Longleat Enterprises Limited]

Visits to the Website774
Views of 'Full' Record1686

'The Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation is the canalisation of the Rivers Chelmer and Blackwater in Essex, in the east of England. The navigation runs for 13.75 miles (22.13 km) [1] from Springfield Basin in Chelmsford to the sea lock at Heybridge Basin near Maldon. It was opened in 1797, and remained under the control of the original company until 2003. It is now run by Essex Waterways Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Inland Waterways Association.'

Category Chelmsford
Distance (miles)14
Starting fromSpringfield Basin
Description from

Essex Waterways

Visits to the Website817
Views of 'Full' Record2833

'Chelmsford is the county city of Essex, and with a rich heritage, beautiful green spaces, first-class sporting, leisure and arts facilities, shopping, dining and vibrant nightlife, there is definitely something for everyone. Situated in the heart of Essex and only 30 miles from London ... '

Category Chelmsford
Starting fromAround and About
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website693
Views of 'Full' Record1652

'Walking the streets of Kensington and Chelsea can be a fascinating introduction to its history. There are stories on every street, some of them both surprising and illuminating.'

Distance (miles)2
Starting fromKing's Road, Chelsea
Visits to the Website967
Views of 'Full' Record1404

'The only off-road event for runners or walkers that follows a scenic course on sections of the Cheltenham Circular Footpath, Cotswold Way and Winchcombe Way.' Usually held Mid June.

Category Cheltenham
Distance (miles)26
Starting fromCheltenham Racecourse
Description from

Cheltenham Challenge

Visits to the Website1273
Views of 'Full' Record3259

'Tours covering different areas of Pittville Park and Montpellier Gardens which point out many fine trees and give information about the species.'

Category Cheltenham
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Cheltenham Borough Council

Visits to the Website760
Views of 'Full' Record1548

'If you’re in the attractive town of Cheltenham Spa for a few days ... then you might think about spending a few hours seeing the parks and landmarks on foot.'

Category Cheltenham
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Ordnance Survey

Visits to the Website977
Views of 'Full' Record1536

'An audio trail told by Oxford chemists ... The tour features recordings of students and lecturers at Oxford University's Department of Chemistry talking about what fascinates them about plants. As they walk around the Botanic Garden visitors can trigger recordings relevant to the plants around them ... '

Category Oxford
Navigate the Website>>> Botanic Garden Chemistry Audio Trail
Starting fromUniversity of Oxford Botanic Garden
Visits to the Website803
Views of 'Full' Record1553

'Walking trails are designed to lead you on interesting routes around the town mainly within the old town Portwall.'

Category Monmouthshire
Starting fromChepstow
Description from

Chepstow Town Council

Visits to the Website772
Views of 'Full' Record1703

'There are miles and miles of footpaths for you to explore. The Isle of Wight is supposed to have more footpaths per square mile than anywhere else in the country. We have three recommended walks starting and finishing at the Chequers. You can download directions and a map ...'

Category Isle of Wight
Starting fromChequers Inn, Rookley
Description from

The Chequers Inn

Visits to the Website819
Views of 'Full' Record1259

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