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'Route takes you from the coast at Scarborough and along the Tabular Hills to the delightful market town of Helmsley. On its own, it takes four days to complete – but combine it with the Cleveland Way National Trail and you'll have walked around the entire perimeter of the National Park in around 2 weeks!'

The Cleveland Way and the Yorkshire Wolds Way With the Tabular Hills Walk  by Paddy Dillon (Cicerone, 2010)

Category Ryedale
Navigate the Website>>> Tabular Hills Walk
Distance (miles)48
Starting fromScalby Mills
Visits to the Website1005
Views of 'Full' Record2612

'Four fascinating, mainly town trails, giving an insight into the cotton industry, the canal, and water power. Points of interest along the way include 16th Marsden Hall, award-winning Lomeshaye Marsh Local Nature Reserve, St Mary's Church, with the second highest spire in Lancashire, and Selina Cooper's home, a famous local suffragist, and fighter for worker's rights.'

Category Pendle
Navigate the Website>>> Tacklers' Trails Guide [PDF]
Starting fromBrierfield
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website680
Views of 'Full' Record1431

'Multi-purpose route between the Cardiff waterfront at Cardiff Bay in the South and the Market Town of Brecon in the North ... Passes close to Pontypridd and Merthyr Tydfil and through a wide variety of urban and suburban landscapes of those towns and the open moorland of the Brecon Beacons. '

Category Cardiff
Distance (miles)55
Starting fromThe Waterfront
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1287
Views of 'Full' Record1822

'The walk is split into two sections, southern and northern loops both starting and finishing at Pontypool Active Living Centre in Torfaen. Each loop is just over 25 miles long, so the whole walk can be tackled as two separate day walks or, for the bold, as one figure of eight 50 mile walk. Getting back to your car at the halfway point on the 50 miler gives you the chance to refuel and resupply or change your mind depending on how determined you feel or what the weather is like.'

Category Torfaen
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromPontypool
Description from

South Wales LDWA

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website867
Views of 'Full' Record1805

'25km of new and improved trails which have been created as part of the Tamar Valley Mining Heritage Project. They open up parts of the Tamar Valley that were previously not accessible to the public.'

Category East Cornwall
Starting fromNear Gunnislake
Visits to the Website805
Views of 'Full' Record1518

'Discover theTamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty along this 30-mile walking route. Waymarkers guide you through scenic woodland, historic river quays and rural villages.'

Category Plymouth
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromTamerton Foliot
Description from

Tamar Valley AONB

Visits to the Website1029
Views of 'Full' Record1689

'The Tame Valley Canal is a secret, secluded world, largely hidden from its built-up surroundings by high embankments and deep cuttings. The towpaths are open to walkers, cyclists and anglers, making it the perfect urban escape.'

Category Sandwell
Distance (miles)9
Starting fromTame Valley Junction, Wednesbury
Walks described here by
See also

Tame Valley Canal & Rushall Canal [Canal Routes]

Visits to the Website734
Views of 'Full' Record1458

'Follow the River Tame through Greater Manchester from Stockport to Denshaw on this waterside walk. The trail passes through Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge and Mossley and includes woodland sections as well as the extended sections along the River Tame and Huddersfield Narrow Canal. Also of interest is Reddish Vale Country Park, which sits right on the River Tame ... A route guide for Tame Valley Way is available from the Visitor Centres and Tourist Information Centre and can be purchased on-line.'

Category Tameside
Distance (miles)23
Starting fromConfluence of the Rivers Tame and Goyt
See also

Tame Valley Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Visits to the Website843
Views of 'Full' Record1854

'Although the majority of rights of way within the Borough are shortcuts from one road to another, we do have a number of rural Rights of Way which form routes such as parts of the Pennine Way among others. Tameside's varied landscape is well worth exploring and 264km of public rights of way provide public access to attractions and countryside alike.'

Category Tameside
Navigate the Website>>> View a digitised version of the Definitive Map
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website647
Views of 'Full' Record1759

'A 40 mile circular walk, broadly following the Borough boundary, through varied and attractive countryside, linking together the several river valleys and country parks, as well as many other areas of interest. The route crosses or links with a number of other trails. It is well served by public transport, enabling the walk to be split into easy stages. Available from the visitor centres and Tourist Information office, the Tameside Trail Booklet can be purchased on-line.'

Category Tameside
Distance (miles)40
Starting fromBroadbottom
Description from

The Tameside Citizen

Visits to the Website1108
Views of 'Full' Record2158

'A self-guided walking tour through the historic town of Tamworth, Staffordshire ... The Heritage Trail is also now available as a FREE iPhone app!'

Category Tamworth
Navigate the Website>>> Tamworth Heritage Trail [PDF]
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromSilver Street
Description from

Tamworth Borough Council

Visits to the Website801
Views of 'Full' Record1328

'Start at the highest pub in Britain and take a walk along the famous Pennine Way, then walk along the Coast to Coast, stop for a tea and scone at Ravenseat before returning to the Tan Hill Inn for a well deserved real ale in front of the roaring fire ...'

Category Richmondshire
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromKeld, Swaledale
Visits to the Website595
Views of 'Full' Record2464

'The path is a circular walk around the Tandridge District boundary and was developed in 2000 to commemorate the millennium.'

Category Tandridge
Navigate the Website>>> Tandridge Border Path >>> Log
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromTatsfield
Description from

Jon Taylor

See also

Tandridge Border Path by Peter Anderson and Terry Owen (Per-Rambulations, 2009)

Visits to the Website928
Views of 'Full' Record2687

'A 136-page full-colour book featuring 60 self-guided walks from each of the thirteen stations along the 39 mile route.' Tarka Line Walks: 60 glorious Mid-Devon walks from the wayside stations of the scenic Tarka Line by Peter Craske (Crimson Publishing, 2013)

Category Mid Devon
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Tarka Rail Association

Visits to the Website827
Views of 'Full' Record2077

'The Tarka Trail is one of the country's longest continuous traffic-free walking and cycling paths, and forms part of the Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route.'

Category North Devon
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromBraunton
Walks described here by
See also

Tarka Trail [Wikipedia] | Tarka Trail [North Devon Biosphere]

Visits to the Website1117
Views of 'Full' Record1784

'The path runs between Eaton and Attleborough and links with both Kett's Country Walk and the Yare Valley Walk. The walk passes through a landscape shaped by the Enclosure Acts, and where public access is now generally restricted to roads and public rights of way. Notable exceptions are New Buckenham and Old Buckenham Commons, where free access may be enjoyed.'

Category South Norfolk
Distance (miles)25
Starting fromEaton
Description from

South Norfolk Council

Walks described here by
See also

Tas Valley Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Visits to the Website971
Views of 'Full' Record4380

'Before he died, the Poet Laureate Ted Hughes requested that a granite stone be engraved with his name and placed at his favourite spot on Dartmoor. Hughes, who moved to North Devon in 1961, died from cancer in 1998. In accordance with his wishes, a slab of Dartmoor granite was duly inscribed and sited near the rising of the Taw, Dart, East Okement and Teign rivers. The stone was airlifted into place in 2001, following special permission from the landowners, the Duchy of Cornwall. English Nature and the Dartmoor National Park Authority also gave permission. However, the exact location remained a secret - until 2003, when it was discovered.'

Category West Devon
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromBelstone
Description from


See also

The Ted Hughes Memorial Stone [Legendary Dartmoor] | The Ted Hughes' Memorial [Dartmoor Walks]

Visits to the Website707
Views of 'Full' Record1463

'Waymarked path across the Tees Valley linking the Cleveland Way at Highcliff Nab with the Teesdale Way at Middlesbrough Dock. The link also forms part of the E2 European Route from Harwich to Stranraer.'

Category Middlesbrough
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromGuisborough
Walks described here by
See also

Tees Link [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes] | Tees Link (3179175) [OpenStreetMap]

Visits to the Website802
Views of 'Full' Record1624

'The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) Regulations enabled Joint Local Access Forums to be established: the Boroughs of Stockton on Tees, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough and Darlington formed a Joint Local Access Forum in September 2003 to consider and contribute to cross boundary initiatives.'

Category Durham
Description from

Hartlepool Borough Council

Visits to the Website713
Views of 'Full' Record1227

'Walking trail from Dufton in Cumbria through County Durham and Teesside to the North Sea coast at South Gare near Redcar, England.'

Category Eden
Distance (miles)92
Starting fromDufton
Description from

The Durham Cow

Visits to the Website1068
Views of 'Full' Record1715

'Explores the upper reaches of the Dee Valley from the hills of Cynwyd, to the broad valley where the Dee emerges from Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake).'

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)18
Starting fromCynwyd
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website818
Views of 'Full' Record2605

'The estuary of the River Teifi is at the centre of spectacular landscapes and seascapes. The river valley is a Special Area of Conservation whilst the Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservsation lies seaward. Fron the Estuary's northern shore, Ceredigion's Heritage Coast extends towards enchanting coastal settlements such as Tresaith, Aberporth and Llangrannog before proceeding towards New Quay, Aberaeron and Aberystwyth.  The spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park extends southwards from the other bank of the Teifi Estuary ...'

Category Cardiganshire
Starting fromTeifi Estuary, near Cardigan
Visits to the Website1167
Views of 'Full' Record2611

'This route takes you through delightful woodland gorges, along a picturesque riverside and through the stunning Teifi Marshes, owned and managed by South and West Wales Wildlife Trust.'

Category Cardiganshire
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromHigh Street, Cardigan
Description from

Visit Cardigan

Visits to the Website920
Views of 'Full' Record2200

'Our trails blog showcases a wide selection of ideas for days out, whether that involves driving, walking, cycling or adventure trails ... We'll bring you the best trails from both local sources and across the internet ...' [2014-2015]

Category Cardiganshire
Visits to the Website621
Views of 'Full' Record1392

'These two lovely coastal towns are connected by this popular walk devised by Teignmouth and Dawlish Ramblers. The walk begins at Teignmouth pier and heads inlands through some beautiful countryside and pretty villages before heading back to the coast at Dawlish. The last section returns you to Teignmouth via Holcombe.'

Category Teignbridge
Distance (miles)18
Starting fromTeignmouth Pier
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website632
Views of 'Full' Record1148

'The countryside is full of footprints: every generation has left them behind. Some are obvious, most are not, they quickly fade and soon completely disappear. On a Parish Heritage Walk you will walk in the surviving footprints and discover the stories that go with them ... Each Parish Heritage Walk comes with an accompanying audio.' ALERT Unfortunately, the Website formerly referenced here seems no longer to be online.

Category Malvern Hills
Description from

Go West in the Teme Valley

Visits to the Website605
Views of 'Full' Record1273

Details of three local geology trails in the Teme Valley. Also: 'A 109 mile long distance trail, the GeoPark Way, runs partly through the Teme Valley'.

'By some series of terrestrial incidents, the rock types to be found in the parish of Martley, and in particular at one small site, enable an examination of samples from different periods probably without equal in the country.'

Category Malvern Hills
Starting fromMartley
Visits to the Website667
Views of 'Full' Record1355

'The River Teme flows from its source just inside the Welsh border on Cilfaesty Hill, four miles south of Newtown, Powys for approximately 75 miles to its confluence with the River Severn on the southern extremity of the boundary of the loyal city of Worcester. The Way described in this book is a route of just under one hundred miles following the river from its mouth, by a modem midland city with a troubled historic background, to its source high on the side of a lonely mystic welsh hillside; a journey twisting through some of the most beautiful, quiet and unspoilt countryside in our lovely country. The views, the countryside and the villages along the route will delight followers on the Way.'

Category Worcester
Distance (miles)96
Starting fromWorcester Old Bridge, Worcester
Description from

The Teme Valley Way: Sauce to Source Bob Charteris (Exposure Publishing, 2006)

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website388
Views of 'Full' Record1236

'Between Haytor on Dartmoor and Teignmouth on the south coast; the Way traces the route by which granite was exported from Dartmoor via the unique Haytor Granite Tramway and the Stover Canal and is comprehensively waymarked except on the open moor.'

Category Teignbridge
Distance (miles)18
Starting fromHaytor
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website776
Views of 'Full' Record1698

'Helps you enjoy some of the history in the parish of Tempsford. The Walk is mainly focused on the village but there are two additional routes which take you into the surrounding countryside to further explore the local history.'

Distance (miles)7
Starting fromTempsford
Description from

Visits to the Website615
Views of 'Full' Record1317

'A long and challenging walk which climbs up the downs and generally follows the crest through forests past ancient burial sites, the Tennyson Monument and The Needles to Alum Bay. Superb views in many directions.'

Category Isle of Wight
Navigate the Website>>> Tennyson Trail [PDF]
Distance (miles)14
Starting fromCarisbrooke
Visits to the Website1148
Views of 'Full' Record1550

'Here are a set of 7 delightful circular walks in the beautiful High Weald countryside, which start and finish in Tenterden. The walks were produced by [the former] Tenterden Improved with funding by SEEDA through Kent Rural Towns, and with the assistance of the Tenterden Footpaths Group.' ALERT The Link formerly used here ( seems to have disappeared. So I have replaced it with a Link to the My Tenterden Website where PDFs of the seven Walks I list on the ‘Full’ Record are now accessible via its ‘Tenterden Tourism News’ Page (and many thanks to Sue Ferguson for that information).

Category Ashford
Starting fromTenterden
Description from

My Tenterden

Visits to the Website3439
Views of 'Full' Record14335

'Takes you from its dramatic start, high on the chalk downs at Inkpen, to  follow much of the course of the River Test to Eling where its tidal waters flow into Southampton Water. This is without doubt Hampshire's longest and  finest chalk stream, world famous for its superb trout fishing.'

Category West Berkshire
Distance (miles)44
Starting fromInkpen Beacon
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website885
Views of 'Full' Record1735

'A valuable water resource for Hampshire and a haven for wildlife which is managed in partnership with the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust ... The Testwood Lakes Centre is open to the public and offers a wide range of walks, bird-watching and community and educational events.'

Category New Forest
Size (acreage)150
Starting fromTotton
Description from

Southern Water

Visits to the Website587
Views of 'Full' Record1138

'Tewkesbury presents one of the best medieval townscapes in England with its fine half-timbered buildings, overhanging upperstoreys and elaborate carved doorways. Most of the town lies within the Tewkesbury Conservation Area, over 350 of the buildings are listed of being of special architectural or historic interest.'

Category Tewkesbury
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromAround and About
Description from


Visits to the Website829
Views of 'Full' Record1940

'A 2.5 miles walk of approximately 1.75 hours exploring the older areas of the town and the nature reserve.'

Distance (miles)3
Starting fromThame Museum, Thame
Visits to the Website663
Views of 'Full' Record1333
Navigate the Website>>> Search 'Albury' (Thame) >>> Thame Valley Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromAlbury
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website770
Views of 'Full' Record1550

'Walks from Henley-on-Thames along the Thames Path National Trail with options to visit Hambleden village and then return to Henley via Aston. Great views of the Chiltern Hills and Thames Valley. Look out for wildlife such as red kites, buzzards and deer.'

Distance (miles)8
Starting fromHenley-on-Thames
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website715
Views of 'Full' Record1328

'The Rivers Thames and Severn are once again connected - this time by footpath. The footpath, known the Thames & Severn Way, has been marked out by volunteers from the Cotswold Canals Trust. It mainly follows the towpaths of the Stroudwater Navigation and Thames & Severn Canal between Framilode and Lechlade, but in places deviates on to other rights of way, such as the Thames Path.'

Category Stroud
Distance (miles)45
Starting fromFramilode
See also

The Cotswold Canals Walk [Countryside-Matters, 2013) and Exploring the Thames & Severn Canal (Cotswold Canals in Pictures)

Visits to the Website954
Views of 'Full' Record3251

'Follow all, or part, of this fifteen mile walking route linking the Thames Path National Trail in Kingston to the North Downs Way National Trail near Westhumble; hence the name, Thames Down Link.'

Category Surrey
Navigate the Website>>> Thames Down Link Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromKingston Bridge
Walks described here by
See also

Thames Down Link [Rambling Man]

Visits to the Website785
Views of 'Full' Record1702

'Explore the 29 mile (46.6km) Thames Estuary Path through the fascinating South Essex Marshes, from Tilbury Town all the way to Leigh-on-Sea. Passing through an industrial and settled beautiful landscape with a wealth of Green Heritage - history and biodiversity ... The path is easily accessible by train, linking 6 local train stations on one of the most attractive railway lines in the country (London Fenchurch to Shoeburyness Line). The path is clearly signed and waymarked along the length with a new distinctive logo.'

Category Thurrock
Distance (miles)29
Starting fromTilbury Town
Description from


Visits to the Website948
Views of 'Full' Record3229

'Follow the greatest river in England for 184 miles (294 km) from its source in the Cotswolds almost to the sea. Passing through peaceful water meadows, unspoilt rural villages, historic towns and cities, and finally cutting through the heart of London to finish at the Thames Barrier in Greenwich.'

Category Cotswold
Distance (miles)184
Starting fromKemble
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1006
Views of 'Full' Record2307
Description from


Visits to the Website777
Views of 'Full' Record1367

'This walk follows the Thames Path extension east. Although not officially a part of the Thames Path National Trail it is an obvious extension of the route. The walk follows the south bank of the river from the Thames flood barrier at Woolwich east past the famous Woolwich Arsenal and the Firepower museum. Continuing east you pass the apartments of Thamesmead. East from here the river passes through a far more industrial landscape and the path passes right through the middle of it. You emerge into Erith and onwards through the marshes of Crayford to end at Crayford Ness.'

Category Bexley
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromThames Barrier
See also

Thames Path Extension [Rambling Man]

Visits to the Website807
Views of 'Full' Record1619

'Brand new pilgrim route running through the heart of the Diocese of Oxford, which covers the three counties of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.'

Category West Oxfordshire
Distance (miles)104
Starting fromRadcot
Description from

Diocese of Oxford

Visits to the Website636
Views of 'Full' Record1807

'A long distance walk winding around The Thames Valley and surrounding hills in some of the loveliest countryside near London in South East England.'

Distance (miles)125
Starting fromWindsor Castle
Description from

Supporters of Oxfam

Visits to the Website702
Views of 'Full' Record1797

'Following the Thanet Coastal Path is a unique experience following the longest continuous stretch of coastal chalk coastline in the country - and covers the extensive Blue Flag beaches and wealth of coastal and marine wildlife that is covered by the international designation of the North East Kent European marine site ... In many places, the coastal path has been upgraded as part of longer Viking Coastal Trail [32 miles cycle route] that roughly encircles the former Isle of Thanet from the coast (Reculver to Pegwell Bay), to the inland villages of Minster, Monkton and St Nicholas-at-Wade.'

Category Thanet
Distance (miles)20
Starting fromBirchington
Description from

Thanet Coast Project

Visits to the Website1117
Views of 'Full' Record1895

'Follow in the steps of William the Conqueror on this historic walk through the Sussex countryside which commemorates the famous battle in 1066.'

Category Wealden
Distance (miles)31
Starting fromPevensey Castle
Walks described here by
See also

The 1066 Country Walk [Nick Brown] | 1066 Country Walk [Saturday Walkers' Club]

Visits to the Website924
Views of 'Full' Record1513

'Liverpool is proud to be the birthplace of the best band in the world, and Beatles fans making a pilgrimage to the city won't be disappointed ...'

Category Liverpool
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Visit Liverpool

See also

The Beatles Trail [Rough Guides]

Visits to the Website805
Views of 'Full' Record1309

'This route, which I first walked back in 1990, makes a circular tour of 21 miles mostly through Leicestershire around the Duke of Rutland's ancestral home, Belvoir Castle. The walk can start in any of the delightful villages along the way.'

Category Melton
Distance (miles)21
Starting fromCroxton Kerrial
Walks described here by
See also

Woolsthorpe and Belvoir Castle Walk [Grantham Canal Society]

Visits to the Website761
Views of 'Full' Record1955

'Do you fancy a great day out and want to make a difference for our two amazing charities? Why not sign up now to take part in The Big Walk ... ? Latest Date 12 September 2015 (but seemingly not since ...)

Category West Wiltshire
Starting fromDevizes
Description from

Hope for Tomorrow | Young Melksham

Visits to the Website716
Views of 'Full' Record1320

'Enjoy the beautiful countryside around campus on our Boundary Walk. It's free, it's a great way to keep fit, and there's always something interesting to see.'

Category Brighton & Hove
Navigate the Website>>> University Boundary Walk Leaflet [PDF]
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromKnights Gate Road, University of Sussex
Description from

University of Sussex

Visits to the Website722
Views of 'Full' Record2211

'A delightful walk starting from the quaint village of Kimbolton, best known for its castle which was the sad final home of King Henry VIII's first queen, Catherine of Aragon. This charming walk meanders across the exquisite Cambridgeshire countryside and passes through the castle parkland on the last leg.'

Category Huntingdonshire
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromThe New Sun Inn, Kimbolton
Description from

Rockingham Forest Walkers

Visits to the Website584
Views of 'Full' Record1091

''“The Circle of Legends” is situated at the Old Station in Tintern. It consists of six wooden, life sized sculptures (5 made from oak and 1 from sweet chestnut) depicting 6 mystical or historical characters from Monmouthshire’s past ... Six trails have been devised by the Countryside Service to take you out into the beautiful county of Monmouthshire where you can discover more about the characters and the areas with which they had links.' ALERT At Review, the 'Circle of Legends' Website seems no longer; and I could not find details of the six Trails referenced here on the Monmouthshire County Websites.

Category Monmouthshire
Description from

The Circle of Legends

Visits to the Website697
Views of 'Full' Record1487

'An ongoing initiative to develop the visual and new media arts in the city of Lichfield. Based around the idea of mapping the art of Lichfield and the surrounding towns (such as Burntwood, and Shenstone) the project aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the art which adorns the area's streets ...'

Category Lichfield
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

The City of Sculpture

Visits to the Website725
Views of 'Full' Record1595

'Tales of walking the coastline of Essex and Suffolk, containing low cant phrases and loose, unconnected, slipshod allusions ...'

Category Essex
Description from


Visits to the Website507
Views of 'Full' Record1208

'The former Colne Valley Society produced an excellent set of walk leaflets for the Colne Valley area. This was done about fifteen years ago and the leaflets now need updating. Our leaflets project involves walking the walks, updating the text and arranging for the leaflets to be re-printed. When we've finished, we'll have updated leaflets for six local walks, based on the original designs. These will be available widely in the local area.'

Category Kirklees
Starting fromGolcar & Slaithwaite
See also

Crossing the Pennines Heritage Trail [The Milestone Society]

Visits to the Website606
Views of 'Full' Record1182

'The Moorland Crosses are a series of crosses, some ancient and some considerably newer, right across the whole North York Moors area ... In 1971 members of the Scarborough and District Search and Rescue team devised a walk around the North York Moors that took in 14 of the moorland "crosses". The purpose of the walk was to raise money to buy radios that the team needed. The intention was to complete it over a 24 hour period starting at midday from Goathland and finishing by midday on the following day. The first walk took place in October 1971 and was undertaken by a group of six ...'

Category Scarborough
Distance (miles)62
Starting fromGoathland
Description from

John and Gemma Daly

Visits to the Website701
Views of 'Full' Record1602

'Hartest is a beautiful village and there are some great walks in and around the vicinity. Why not drop in and see us before or after your walk?' ALERT At Review, I could not locate any Walks Descrptions on The Crown's Website; so I have changed the Link.

Category Babergh
Starting fromHartest
Description from

The Crown Hartest

Visits to the Website725
Views of 'Full' Record1844

'The Culloden Walk is a striking feature leading up to the new Visitor Centre. Many supporters have joined the Walkway and with over 1200 stones sold the Culloden Walk has been a valued addition to our fundraising program. The Culloden Stones are made from the finest quality Caithness stone, quarried from the north of Scotland. Each Stone is individually engraved and hand finished with an appropriate message to commemorate anniversaries, special occasions or loved ones. These Stones will last for many years to come and allow a strong bond with one of the most significant battlefield sites in history.'

Category Inverness-shire
Starting fromCulloden
Walks described here by
See also

Culloden [Forestry Commission Scotland]

Visits to the Website724
Views of 'Full' Record2068

'The Dartmoor Way Cycle Route is a 95 mile-long circular route which winds its way around the natural beauty of Dartmoor National Park, linking hamlets, villages and towns along its length ... We are working towards a Dartmoor Way walking route.'

Category Teignbridge
Distance (miles)95
Starting fromAshburton
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website960
Views of 'Full' Record1356

'The Valley is exceptionally rich in wildlife with ash and oak woodlands, charming villages, flower rich pastures and flowing streams; home to the internationally recognised Derwent Valley Mills, the only World Heritage Site in the East Midlands. Whether your interests are walking, cycling, history or wildlife the Valley is the perfect choice for a summer outing or a winter break ...'

Category Derbyshire Dales
Starting fromAround and About
Visits to the Website509
Views of 'Full' Record1274

'Walk between Woodbridge and Ipswich incorporating sections from the Fonnereau Waythe Sandlings and the Fynn Valley Way.'

Category Ipswich
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromTurban Centre, Woodbridge
Walks described here by
See also

The Fonnereau Way [Ipswich & District Ramblers]

Visits to the Website733
Views of 'Full' Record1821

'Walking route along the footpaths and green lanes between the ancient woodlands and hunting grounds of Epping Forest and Hatfield Forest. This marvelous walking route meanders gently through the rolling Essex countryside making it one of my favourite Essex walks. I regularly walk sections of The Forest Way, especially in and around Epping Forest, and find it very easy to follow with plenty of signposts and waymakers ...'

Category Epping Forest
Distance (miles)25
Starting fromLoughton Underground Station
Description from


Visits to the Website969
Views of 'Full' Record1427

'100 miles of family friendly cycling and walking ... Birmingham's geography and industrial legacy has bestowed upon it a network of small rivers, canals, and Victorian parks which provide one of the best off road Urban Greenway networks in the U.K. ... The Birmingham Cycling and Walking Map is available in both paper and interactive form.'

Category Birmingham
Starting fromAround and About
See also

Birimingham Greenways [Heron Maps]

Visits to the Website779
Views of 'Full' Record1343

'The Helix was borne from an idea in 2003 to build an ecopark as part of the Falkirk Greenscape Initiative, transforming 350 hectares of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth. Today, The Helix connects 16 local communities through our extensive path networks.'

Category Falkirk
Navigate the Website>>> Download our Walking Map [PDF]
Size (acreage)860
Starting fromThe Helix
Description from

The Helix

Visits to the Website666
Views of 'Full' Record1252

'This splendid family friendly circuit takes in Windsor Castle, Eton College, Dorney Lake, the Jubilee River and the River Thames.' Note that several walks and starting and end points are possible around and about this interesting area.

Distance (miles)11
Starting fromTaplow
Walks described here by
See also

Jubilee River [Exploring the Thames Wilderness]

Visits to the Website945
Views of 'Full' Record2700

'A collection of walks in the Lakes, taking you o'er dale and hill' - part of a wide ranging detailed guide to around and about The Lake District.

Category Cumbria
Description from

Rod Boothroyd

Visits to the Website504
Views of 'Full' Record1079

'My online walking diary with lots of Lakeland photos ... The guidebooks of Alfred Wainwright (AW) inspire me to explore the Lakeland Fells. This site is a record of my wanderings ... If you decide to follow one of my walks please don't forget to read my small print.' ALERT 'We have moved on from the Lakes, so I have archived this site. Enjoy your own Lakeland walking, Andrew'

Category Cumbria
Description from

Andrew Leaney

Visits to the Website445
Views of 'Full' Record1319

Descriptions of twelve locations around and about Coventry associated with the poet Philip Larkin: 'This self-guided leaflet ... is aimed at residents and visitors alike, since many of today's Coventrians remain unaware of Larkin's literary heritage'.

Category Coventry
Navigate the Website>>> A Guide to Philip Larkin's Coventry [PDF]
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Coventry City Council

Visits to the Website631
Views of 'Full' Record1306

'The Line is London's first dedicated modern and contemporary art walk. The project opened to the public in May 2015. The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and The O2, following the waterways and the line of the Meridian. The project was set up by art dealer Megan Piper and the late urban regeneration expert Clive Dutton OBE. Their ambition was to establish an outdoor exhibition space that encourages locals, Londoners and visitors to the capital to engage with modern and contemporary art, whilst also discovering this lesser-known part of the city, its wildlife and heritage.'

Category Newham
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromQueen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Description from

The Line

Visits to the Website2727
Views of 'Full' Record3691

'Each year, thousands of people walk 14 or 5 miles between our Chelsea and Sutton hospitals to support The Royal Marsden and help build a future beyond cancer. This is a great way for individuals, friends and family to raise funds for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, show their support or honour a loved one. It's also a great opportunity to recognise the ways in which your life has been touched by cancer alongside others with similar experiences.' Held Mid March.

Distance (miles)14
Starting fromRoyal Marsden Hospital
Visits to the Website1044
Views of 'Full' Record5025

'Discover why one of Durham's rivers completely changed its course.'

Category County Durham
Navigate the Website>>> The Missing River
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromNorth Road, Durham
Description from

Discovering Britain

Visits to the Website816
Views of 'Full' Record1768

'Over the last 20 years over 300,000 walkers have taken part in the MoonWalk London. We believe that we are the best midnight fundraising walk you will come across. All the way from entry, your training, fundraising and crossing the line with a medal around your neck - we will be with you. With years of experience to offer we can help guide you. You are never on your own at a MoonWalk ...' Usually held Mid May.

Category Inner London
Distance (miles)26
Visits to the Website444
Views of 'Full' Record808

'While most visitors to London see Nelson atop his column, a small journey outside central London to the Borough of Merton can provide a more meaningful glimpse into Nelson's life. Here there are a number of locations associated with Admiral Horatio Nelson – including churches, parks and other buildings – including the site of Merton Place – the only home he ever owned – though sadly it is now gone ...'

Category Merton
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromSouth Wimbledon Underground Station
Description from

London Unveiled

See also

The Nelson Trail [Merton Council]

Visits to the Website795
Views of 'Full' Record1457

'The Nelson Trail takes you through parts of the old town of Portsmouth, highlighting places and buildings of interest relating to Vice Admiral Lord Nelson and Portsmouth around the time of the Battle of Trafalgar. There are four interpretation panels along the way providng more information'

Category Portsmouth
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromLandport Gate
Description from

Visit Portsmouth

See also

Follow the Nelson Trail [tripadvisor]

Visits to the Website853
Views of 'Full' Record2286

'Three circular routes to enjoy on foot, by bike or on horseback between Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.'

Category Forest Heath
Navigate the Website>>> Download Leaflet [PDF]
Starting fromAround and About
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website719
Views of 'Full' Record1286

'Otterburn Training Area is situated in the Northumberland National Park ... Otterburn Training Area consists of over 22000 hectares of land and is the largest single live firing range in the UK. Some 30,000 soldiers use the area each year. The training area covers 23% of the National Park and consists of rolling uplands forming part of the Cheviot foothills ... ' 'It is the shared aim of the Northumberland National Park and the MoD to encourage as much access to the area as possible. You are free to use the rights of way and access land to the north of the River Coquet at all times - this is the dry training area where there is no live firing.'

Category Northumberland
Description from

Ministry of Defence

Visits to the Website884
Views of 'Full' Record4199

'Take an audio poetry tour through the city. Pick up an MP3 player, headphones and an illustrated map from the Playhouse Ticket Office and set off on an hour-long guided walk of Oxford, with specially selected and recorded poetry for company.' ALERT I could no longer find details of the Tour on the Playhouse Website; so I have replaced the Link.

Category Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Oxford Playhouse

Visits to the Website751
Views of 'Full' Record1459

'During the last great age of Irish Literature in the 18th Century, the Ring of Gullion was famed for its strong association with "fili agus filíocht" (poets and poetry), with all the major poets coming from this area. Their remains can be found in Creggan Church and graveyard in Slieve Gullion, which is known as the poet's graveyard. There are three waymarked trails, for walking or cycling, around Mullaghbane, Forkhill and Creggan, collectively titled The Poet's Trail, along which you can visit locations associated with these bards and find out more about them.' Note that Newry & Mourne District Council has been absorbed into Newry, Mourne and Down District Council.

Distance (miles)8
Starting fromCreggan
Visits to the Website876
Views of 'Full' Record1269

'The landscape speaks to us, if we just take the time to understand its language. Increasingly, it is telling us that our cultural affiliation with nature is in crisis. The wildlife dimension is being dissipated at an unprecedented rate and there is an urgent need for action to halt the destruction and restore wilderness eco systems before it is too late.'

Category Eden
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromKirkby Stephen
Description from

Dick Capel

Visits to the Website670
Views of 'Full' Record1417

'This walk came top of the list when I put an enquiry on a walking newsgroup asking for the best walk in the Peak District. With highlights including Gradbach, Hanging Stone, Lud's Church, Roaches and Hen Cloud it certainly justified the replies to my question as being the best single walk in the Peak District. It is a classic popular Peak District walk.'

Distance (miles)13
Starting fromGradbach
Walks described here by
See also

The Roaches Walks [roachesman]

Visits to the Website1083
Views of 'Full' Record1670

'The Sculpture Park Is The World's Largest All Year Sculpture Exhibition With Over 300 Artists Showcasing 600 Sculptures, Almost Everything Is For Sale And As A Result The Exhibits Are Forever Changing So There Is Always Something New To Discover.'

Category Waverley
Starting fromChurt
Description from

The Sculpture Park

Visits to the Website805
Views of 'Full' Record1341

'Set of four leisure maps that mark circular routes for walking and cycling around Swindon's network of paths. The maps first appeared on the 2009 Swindon Cycle map and have now been reproduced as separate maps to download and print at home ... '

a set of four leisure maps that mark circular routes for walking and cycling around Swindon's network of paths. 

The maps first appeared on the 2009 Swindon Cycle map and have now been reproduced as seperate maps to download and print at home.  There are 3 seven mile circular routes: Haydon Wick, West Swindon and Dorcan, plus a 17 mile Urban Round, that circles the whole town.  The paths are mainly off road and safe to walk or cycle.

- See more at:

a set of four leisure maps that mark circular routes for walking and cycling around Swindon's network of paths. 

The maps first appeared on the 2009 Swindon Cycle map and have now been reproduced as seperate maps to download and print at home.  There are 3 seven mile circular routes: Haydon Wick, West Swindon and Dorcan, plus a 17 mile Urban Round, that circles the whole town.  The paths are mainly off road and safe to walk or cycle.

- See more at:
Category Swindon
Starting fromAround and About
Description from

Swindon Travel Choices

Visits to the Website849
Views of 'Full' Record1245

'The new traffic-free section of National Routes 51 and 12 linking communities between Sandy, Bedford and Milton Keynes provides a useful link for local cyclists' everyday journeys, but is also worth exploring at a leisurely pace.'

Category Bedford
Navigate the Website>>> Download a Bedford to Sandy route description sheet [PDF]
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromHastingbury Upper School, Kempston
Walks described here by
See also

Ox-Cam Walk [railfuture]

Visits to the Website835
Views of 'Full' Record1522

'Walk between Oxford and Cambridge, completed in under 48 hours. The route passes through five counties (Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire) over public footpaths and quiet country roads. Stops are made for meals (in pubs where possible) and for short breaks, but we continue walking through the night without sleep!' Held Mid June.

Category Oxford
Distance (miles)81
Starting fromSt Mary's Church, Oxford
See also

Varsity March

Visits to the Website590
Views of 'Full' Record1265

'The area around Sizewell has many walks and nature trails. In order to explore this part of the coast we have produced a series of five circular walks beginning and ending at The Vulcan Arms.'

Category Suffolk Coastal
Starting fromThe Vulcan Arms, Sizewell
Description from

The Vulcan Arms

Visits to the Website661
Views of 'Full' Record1099

'Travel in the footsteps of St Augustine and discover the birth of Christianity in England in the beautiful Stour Valley from Ramsgate to Canterbury.'

Category Canterbury
Distance (miles)19
Starting fromEastbridge Hospital, High Street
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website739
Views of 'Full' Record2223

'These high chalk cliffs look out onto the English Channel, giving far-reaching views towards the French coast. The best way to see the cliffs is to take a walk along the coastal path towards South Foreland Lighthouse. You’ll get a great view of the cliffs and also see the chalk grassland that’s home to so many unusual plants and insects like the chalkhill blue butterfly and the pyramidal orchid.'

Category Dover
Starting fromWhite Cliffs of Dover
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website692
Views of 'Full' Record1371

'The most spectacular Shropshire walk with fantastic woodland and views to rival those of many higher mountains.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> The Wrekin and the Ercall
Distance (miles)9
Starting fromLawrence Hill Car Park
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1414
Views of 'Full' Record4386

'Thetford lies within the Brecks, an area of over 370 sq miles spanning the border of Norfolk and Suffolk. The Brecks is a beautiful and distinctive area of East Anglia with twisted pines and several habitats and species that depend on the open conditions, sandy soils and historic land use ...'

Category Breckland
Navigate the Website>>> Download the full Thetford Booklet [PDF]
Starting fromThetford
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website890
Views of 'Full' Record1738

'This long route was used for centuries by cattle thieves making their way south and west from the Central Highlands. It passes by two of the great mountains in Scotland, Ben Alder and Ben Nevis, and heads over the northern edge of Rannoch Moor.'

Note The 'route survey is at least 15 years old, so we would be grateful to anyone who supplies us with an updated version'.

Category Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)43
Starting fromDalwhinnie
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website910
Views of 'Full' Record1952

The Thirlmere Pipeline 'was built by Manchester Corporation Water Works to relieve the problem of an ever growing need by industry and people in the Manchester area in the latter part of the 19th century. The Thirlmere Way 'broadly follows the path of the pipeline from sink to source, starting at Heaton Park, Manchester and ending, not surprisingly, at Thirlmere'.

Category Manchester
Distance (miles)130
Starting fromHeaton Park
Description from

BOOT boys

See also

The Thirlmere Way: Long Distance Walk from Manchester to the Lake District by Tim Cappelli (Sigma Press, 1992) [out-of-print]

Visits to the Website592
Views of 'Full' Record1989

'This is a walk around 20 historical sites in Thirsk and Sowerby marked by blue plaques. These record important buildings or people associated with our town. The walk takes anything up to 1½ hours.'

Category Hambleton
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromThirsk
Description from

Visit Thirsk

Visits to the Website594
Views of 'Full' Record1629

'There are a wide range of walks in the Thixendale area, loved by locals and visitors alike. The walks shown ... are graded by time, difficulty and best time of year. They include photos to help navigation.'

Category Ryedale
Starting fromThixendale
Description from

The Village of Thixendale

Visits to the Website803
Views of 'Full' Record1530

'Thomas Muir of Huntershill (1765–1799) was a leading light in "The Friends of the People", a political reform movement of the 1790s, when only a significant minority of Scotland's citizens had the right to vote. He was tried and found guilty of sedition and received the harsh sentence of being banished for 14 years to Botany Bay, Australia. In silencing the man they created a martyr, and a hero to many.'

Navigate the Website>>> Heritage Trail [PDF]
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromClachan of Campsie
Description from

Huntershill Village

Visits to the Website807
Views of 'Full' Record1342

Five walks have been surveyed and written by members of the Cymdeithas Thomas Pennant to commemorate the bicentenary of the publication of "The History of the Parishes of Whiteford and Holywell".

Category Flintshire
Starting fromHolywell and Whitford
Description from

Thomas Pennant Society

Visits to the Website982
Views of 'Full' Record1905

Four Trails around and about Thorne: [1] Thorne Round Walk (11.5 miles) - - - : [2] Thorne Town Trail (2.5 miles) - - - : [3] Thorne Historic Walk (2.5 - 4.5 miles) - - - : [4] Parkland Walk (3.5 miles)

Category Doncaster
Starting fromThorne
Visits to the Website351
Views of 'Full' Record1331

'There are over 12 miles of waymarked footpaths within the Thornham Estate, which wind through beautiful countryside taking visitors into ancient parkland, woodland, farmland and local villages.'

Note The Website itself needs enhancement; but there is some further detail available on their facebook Site.

Category Mid Suffolk
Starting fromThornham Magna
Description from

Thornham Walks

Visits to the Website1025
Views of 'Full' Record1618

'The route links Windsor and Winchester, via the third castle, Odiham.'

'The walk book (The Three Castles Path by David Bounds for the East Berkshire Ramblers’ Association Group) is excellent with very clear maps and very precise directions, as well as helpful comments on points of interest along the way - the hallmark of the East Berkshire Ramblers series of walk book books.'

Navigate the Website>>> Three Castles Path
Distance (miles)60
Starting fromWindsor Castle
Description from

Walking in the Country

Visits to the Website887
Views of 'Full' Record2164

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