Moderate 9.7 miles / 15.5 km (approx. 4 hours 30 minutes)
From Leafield to Ramsden along part of the Saxon boundary of the estate (containing the modern parishes of Curbridge, Crawley, Hailey and Witney) described in charters dated 969 and 1044, linking the sections along the Roman road.
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Easy Access 2.7 miles / 4.4 km (approx. 1 hour 21 minutes)
A circular, step free walk through Mile End Park with its Ecology Pavilion, along the historic Regent's Canal and round Limehouse Basin.
Easy 2.7 miles / 4.3 km (approx. 1 hour 30 minutes)
An easy walk that takes in all of the touristic attractions of the lovely town of Cockermouth.
Easy Access 1 miles / 1.6 km (approx. 28 minutes)
This gently undulating circular walk makes use of several pedestrian walkways and passes the children's play area in Priory Road, where there is a seat, before climbing gently to the Church of Saint Michael and Saint Wulfad.
Strenuous 6.6 miles / 10.6 km (approx. 5 hours 0 minutes)
An enjoyable circuit climbing to the summits of two of the most recognisable peaks in the Lake District.
Easy 5 miles / 8 km (approx. 2 hours 30 minutes)
A pleasant easy circuit starting from Tilberthwaite, passing through woodland and slate quarrying areas. Best enjoyed in autumn, when the leaves are falling, or in winter, when the branches are heavy with snow.
Moderate 6.9 miles / 11.1 km (approx. 3 hours 30 minutes)
From the historic village of Hawkshead, climb to the summit of Latterbarrow for wonderful views over Windermere before returning via a beautiful lakeshore path and woodland stretches.
Moderate 10.6 miles / 17 km (approx. 6 hours 0 minutes)
The walk climbs out of Pitlochry towards Ben Vrackie before crossing the bealach towards Killiecrankie. There are fine views south on the way up and west and north on the descent to Killicrankie. It then follows the River Garry back to Pitlochry.
Leisurely 4 miles / 6.4 km (approx. 2 hours 45 minutes)
Part 4 Carmunnock to Linn Park
The route takes you from the conservation village of Carmunnock to Linn Park. The route is across fields, tracks and extensive areas of woodland. At times it feels a long way from Scotland's largest city.
Moderate 6.9 miles / 11.1 km (approx. 3 hours 0 minutes)
This delightful riverside walk has it all; one of the oldest ferry crossings in the country, an intriguing hermit's cave and a steep but rewarding climb to a viewpoint offering majestic panoramas across the beautiful Wye Valley.