Strenuous 13.6 miles / 22 km (approx. 7 hours 0 minutes)
Linear walk links 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 959 AD. The route links Mendip Way East with the Cotswold Way
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Moderate 11.1 miles / 17.8 km (approx. 5 hours 0 minutes)
A delightful walk along both arms of the Hope Valley featuring both lower level paths and sections of ridge walking with splendid views of the Dark Peak.
Leisurely 4.2 miles / 6.7 km (approx. 2 hours 0 minutes)
From the historic bridge at Bidford on Avon this stile free route takes farm tracks and quiet lanes through the attractive small villages of Barton, Bickmarsh and Marlcliff. Highlights include views of the river and prospects over wider countryside.
Leisurely 8.1 miles / 13 km (approx. 4 hours 0 minutes)
This energetic route in the heart of Oxfordshire visits St Peter's church at Wilcote Manor, the crumbling remains of the ancient Lady’s Well and the ruins of North Leigh Roman Villa, providing plenty to delight those interested in local history.
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Easy 1.4 miles / 2.3 km (approx. 42 minutes)
This short, easy walk follows the Gynack Burn to explore the history of Kingussie. It can be linked to the Creag Bheag and Tom Baraidh route to make a much longer walk.
Leisurely 5.2 miles / 8.3 km (approx. 3 hours 0 minutes)
A delightful stroll through peaceful rural countryside.The route takes you through woodland, open countryside and quiet waterways.There are several points of historic interest.There is the added attraction of snowdrops and daffodils when in season.
Leisurely 9.2 miles / 14.9 km (approx. 4 hours 36 minutes)
Passing through the farmland of the Osberton Estate this route follows well defined farm tracks and footpaths which are suitable for all seasons.
Leisurely 6.6 miles / 10.5 km (approx. 3 hours 15 minutes)
Starting from the relatively unknown village of Parwich, then visiting the famous village of Tissington. This is a lovely route through limestone country in the White Peak. There are a couple of stretches along the popular Tissington Trail.
Leisurely 10.2 miles / 16.4 km (approx. 5 hours 0 minutes)
A walk through a remote area of limestone country in the White Peak up to one of the most important and impressive stone circles in England. The return route includes a stretch of the High Peak Trail.
Leisurely 8.1 miles / 13 km (approx. 4 hours 30 minutes)
A pleasant walk starting Stoke Newington and taking in Abney Park, Clissold Park, Woodbury Wetland, Finsbury Park, the Parkland Walk, Highgate Wood and Alexandra Palace - and much more!