Leisurely 3.1 miles / 5.1 km (approx. 2 hours 0 minutes)
This walk follows two ancient lanes which have lovely views, then Linfit Lane whose mills and weavers' cottages remind us of the once flourishing woollen industry. Towards the end there is an optional route across Lepton's ancient Common Land.
3.5 stars (2 ratings)
Moderate 8.1 miles / 13.1 km (approx. 4 hours 0 minutes)
The route passes through the villages of Old Glossop and Padfield before following the Longdendale Trail and Pennine Way. From Torside Clough the route returns via Cock Hill. There are splendid views along the Longdendale Valley and over Manchester.
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Moderate 7.3 miles / 11.8 km (approx. 4 hours 0 minutes)
A linear walk across fields, through woodland and down quiet lanes, passing two reservoirs, and Bolsterstone village. This route has superb views all the way round. Best done from mid-June to early July for wild flowers in Carr House Meadows.
Leisurely 9.9 miles / 16 km (approx. 4 hours 30 minutes)
A scenic circular walk in the Evenlode valley going through the delightful village of Evenlode and past the National Trust property, Chastleton House, where the game of croquet was invented.
Easy 3.9 miles / 6.3 km (approx. 2 hours 0 minutes)
A delightful walk round Greenwich with stunning views of the City of London, the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf. Walk past many historic buildings including the former Royal Observatory and the National Maritime Museum
Strenuous 16.1 miles / 26 km (approx. 7 hours 30 minutes)
Linear coastal walk from Sandwich to Dover along the Saxon Shore Way.
Moderate 16.6 miles / 26.8 km (approx. 8 hours 0 minutes)
Linear walk along the attractive and dramatic Cleveland Herritage Coast from Whitby to Cloughton via Robin Hood’s Bay and Ravenscar. This walk takes in Whitby Abbey and Ness Point, with great views out towards the bay.
Moderate 16.2 miles / 26.1 km (approx. 7 hours 0 minutes)
Circular walk from Osmington, via White Horse Hill, Durdle Door, Swyre Head and White Nothe. Some strenuous ascents and descents. Chalk downland, clear paths.
5 stars (1 rating)
Moderate 11.2 miles / 18.1 km (approx. 5 hours 30 minutes)
Linear coastal walk from Seaham to Crimdon. This is a stark post-industrial landscape, yet infinitely varied and drably beautiful. Coastal footpaths mainly on tracks, some paved. Some stiles, steep valley descents and beach walking.
Moderate 10.6 miles / 17 km (approx. 4 hours 30 minutes)
A circular walk from Holford walking down to the coast at Kilve, passing through the village of East Quantoxhead, climbing onto the top of the Quantocks and returning to the start through a beautiful combe.