Leisurely 4.7 miles / 7.6 km (approx. 2 hours 30 minutes)
A short route in the outskirts of Birmingham following sections of the Monarch and Illey Ways. Surprisingly rural: without the constant hum of motorway traffic and the occasional glimpse of conurbation you'd think you were in the country.
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Leisurely 9.1 miles / 14.7 km (approx. 4 hours 45 minutes)
An easy to follow linear walk following the Wales Coast Path and other well used paths between Rhoose and Llantwit Major. Nature reserve with remains of a large limeworks, sea wall around Power Station, WW2 tank traps. Return to start by train.
Moderate 8.7 miles / 13.9 km (approx. 4 hours 20 minutes)
A lovely walk alongside the Devil's Water and through farmland in Hexhamshire.
Leisurely 4.7 miles / 7.6 km (approx. 2 hours 0 minutes)
A beautiful and historically interesting walk near Brancepeth, County Durham.
Leisurely 5.1 miles / 8.2 km (approx. 3 hours 0 minutes)
A pleasant walk to the south of Corbridge in the Tyne valley with lovely views, plus an additional walk around the town.
Leisurely 3.4 miles / 5.5 km (approx. 1 hour 30 minutes)
A short walk in and around the attractive village of Bourn and its outlier Caxton End, with possible extension though bluebell woods in spring. The walk can be combined with walk 9092 (Cambourne/Caxton) which overlaps with this walk at Caxton End.
Leisurely 8.7 miles / 14 km (approx. 4 hours 19 minutes)
A route taking in the major industrial monuments of the Ironbridge Gorge and Coalbrookdale, including fine woodland, several museums, many pubs, an ex-brothel and more than your fair share of toilets!
Easy 3.4 miles / 5.5 km (approx. 1 hour 30 minutes)
A pleasant easy walk along the banks of the River Tay through the city of Perth.
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Leisurely 5.3 miles / 8.5 km (approx. 2 hours 45 minutes)
A circular walk through the beautiful Yare Valley. using part of The Wherryman’s Way, a 35 mile route opened in 2005, linking Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
Moderate 9.3 miles / 15 km (approx. 4 hours 45 minutes)
This route approaches the Brimham Rocks, an amazing collection of weird rock formations, via a delightful waterside path, along the river southeast from Pateley Bridge.