Leisurely 7.2 miles / 11.6 km (approx. 3 hours 27 minutes)
A delightful walk amongst some spectacular natural and industrial heritage, followed by picturesque riverside and canal paths which include sections of the Goyt Way. The waterside paths are mainly flat, but there are one or two steep paths elsewhere.
3 stars (1 rating)
Leisurely 2.8 miles / 4.5 km (approx. 1 hour 30 minutes)
A gently undulating walk along open countryside, woodland and riverside.
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Strenuous 12.4 miles / 20 km (approx. 5 hours 30 minutes)
England's 4th highest mountain, Skiddaw, looms high over the popular town of Keswick. Here is the basic route up from the town, involving a stiff climb and descent. An optional return route via Skiddaw House is also described.
Leisurely 3.1 miles / 5 km (approx. 1 hour 15 minutes)
A pleasant easy circular walk from Biggar along footpaths, farms roads and quiet back roads.
Moderate 9.3 miles / 14.9 km (approx. 4 hours 30 minutes)
The route winds along grassy hillsides and valleys, giving splendid and extensive views of the Peak landscape. You will cross an ancient Roman route, pass signs of Roman habitation, and experience the scars of mining in the past and present.
Strenuous 12.1 miles / 19.5 km (approx. 7 hours 30 minutes)
Circular walk from St John’s in the Vale, over Clough Head and the Dodds, with a return over High Rigg (or along the valley). One of the less busy areas of the Lake District, this walk still rewards with fine views. Expect one steep climb.
Leisurely 7.4 miles / 11.8 km (approx. 3 hours 45 minutes)
The route passes through the rural outskirts of Stirling and winds through green spaces of St. Ninians, Whins of Milton and Cambusbarron villages.There are fine views and many points of historic interest given by information boards along the way.
Leisurely 5.8 miles / 9.3 km (approx. 2 hours 40 minutes)
This is the first section of the Inverclyde Coastal Path (which extends 22 miles from Finlaystone Burn to Wemyss Bay) – from Woodhall via Finlaystone to Port Glasgow, featuring historic and wildlife interest.
Leisurely 10 miles / 16.1 km (approx. 4 hours 0 minutes)
Starting from the Gunpowder Plot Village of Ashby St. Ledgers, Northampton. the walk takes in both the Leicester and main line of the Grand Union Canal, Braunston Tunnel and parts of the Jurassic Way long distance way, a walk steeped in history.
3.7 stars (3 ratings)
Leisurely 4.3 miles / 6.9 km (approx. 2 hours 20 minutes)
Linear route between Dunblane and Bridge of Allan railway stations. It follows the perimeter of Dunblane Golf Club, then reaches the Glen Road before joining the Darn Road by the Allan Water. Can be muddy and slippery in places.