Leisurely 7.3 miles / 11.7 km (approx. 3 hours 30 minutes)
This is Section 9 of the Outer Aylesbury Ring (OAR). It follows the ring for 4 miles from Waddesdon to Ashendon. There is then an alternative 3.25 mile return route via the grounds of the National Trust's Waddesdon Manor.
5 stars (1 rating)
Leisurely 8.8 miles / 14.1 km (approx. 4 hours 0 minutes)
A pleasant ramble starting from a historic town with hidden alleys, then through the countryside of the eastern Mendips along field paths to visit a restored stretch of railway, before returning to Shepton along an elevated route with good views.
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Moderate 7.8 miles / 12.6 km (approx. 4 hours 0 minutes)
Walk 7 of a series of routes along Warwickshire's Centenary Way. Heading out from Fenny Compton to traverse the ridge of the hills, then heading out to the tiny hamlet of Knightcote before returning via a remote path with views of the hills.
Moderate 10.9 miles / 17.6 km (approx. 5 hours 30 minutes)
The route starts on the Stiperstones, one of the most scenic Shropshire hills. It continues along lanes and footpaths that thread the area between the Stiperstones and the Long Mynd where the hills are a little gentler but no less attractive.
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Easy 4.6 miles / 7.4 km (approx. 2 hours 22 minutes)
A walk through beautiful rolling countryside with extensive views from the edge of the Burton Dassett Hills. It starts from a National Trust property in a quiet rural location and passes through two lovely villages in the south east of Warwickshire.
Moderate 7.6 miles / 12.3 km (approx. 3 hours 45 minutes)
This route boasts spectacular long range views into Wales, passes the Stiperstone rock formations and there are also great opportunites for bird watching. The walk does use some rocky tracks and crosses through a small boggy section towards the end.
Moderate 9.5 miles / 15.3 km (approx. 4 hours 30 minutes)
Woodlands, meadows and splendid views of the Exe valley to the north and across Exeter and the Exe estuary to the south. Includes a mile or so of quiet country lanes towards the middle of the walk.
Moderate 7.8 miles / 12.5 km (approx. 4 hours 0 minutes)
This walk in north west Gower includes part of the Welsh Coast Path, Llanmadoc Hill’s ridge with excellent views, an iron age hill fort, a design winning building, a picturesque ancient pack horse bridge and the oldest inhabited house on Gower.
Moderate 9.3 miles / 14.9 km (approx. 5 hours 30 minutes)
An easy to moderate walk in rural Herefordshire with one steep hill climb near the beginning and a long incline near the end. Visits an c18 church in the middle of a field.
Leisurely 7.6 miles / 12.2 km (approx. 3 hours 0 minutes)
A circular route through very pleasant countryside with distant views of Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire which change with the seasons.