Easy 3.1 miles / 5 km (approx. 2 hours 0 minutes)
This circular walk gives you a tour of some of Cambridge’s most beautiful buildings, as well as taking you to the picturesque area of the Backs, where several of Cambridge University’s colleges back onto the River Cam.
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Moderate 10.1 miles / 16.2 km (approx. 5 hours 0 minutes)
A beautiful circular walk though park land and rolling countryside. There are some idyllic villages and an ancient burial site on route.
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Leisurely 5.6 miles / 9 km (approx. 3 hours 0 minutes)
A leisurely linear walk from Bridge of Allan railway station to Stirling railway station, following the banks of the Allan Water and then the River Forth.
Strenuous 4.9 miles / 7.9 km (approx. 3 hours 0 minutes)
The walk starts with a steep climb up through the RSPB reserve then goes round the back of the hill before a final ascent to the top where you are rewarded with fine views. Return along the Crags to reach the path back down to the start..
Moderate 10.3 miles / 16.5 km (approx. 5 hours 30 minutes)
A figure of eight walk from Tenbury Wells through rolling but empty countryside north of the Teme and taking in the hamlets of Boraston and Knighton on Teme Church. Walk is easily adapted at Boraston (POINT 3) into two 5 mile circular walks.
Strenuous 13.9 miles / 22.4 km (approx. 7 hours 0 minutes)
Linear walk linking 2 Anglo-Saxon kings; King Eadred, King of England (AD 946-955) died in Frome in 955 AD; and his nephew King Edgar, King of England (AD 959-975) crowned in Bath Abbey in 973 AD. The route links Mendip Way East with the Cotswold Way
Leisurely 5.5 miles / 8.9 km (approx. 3 hours 0 minutes)
An easy walk, mostly on good paths with a couple of gentle climbs. To see the industrial archaeology and earthworks more clearly, the walk may be better on a sunny winter’s day, when the grass is short and the low sun casts long shadows.
Easy 3.1 miles / 4.9 km (approx. 1 hour 0 minutes)
Starting from Stockwell Underground Station. Finishing at Brixton Underground Station. Quiet residential roads, conservation areas, an attractive Victorian Park, modern parks, a bustling market and some underground surprises.
Moderate 12.6 miles / 20.3 km (approx. 6 hours 0 minutes)
A classic downland walk, linking the Ridgeway, possibly the oldest highway in the country, to Lambourn, the "valley of the racehorse". There are monuments dating back nearly 6000 years to be seen, of which the Uffington White Horse is the best known.
Easy 4.6 miles / 7.5 km (approx. 2 hours 16 minutes)
A short walk in memory of singer Ian Dury taking in some North Chailey commons, farmland and woodland with views over the Weald.
5 stars (2 ratings)