Paths, parks and countryside areas

Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path

  • Start point: Knettishall Heath Country Park, 5 miles (8km) east of Thetford
  • End point: Cromer Pier
  • Distance or area: 93 miles (150km)
  • Type: National Trail
  • Location: East of England

This is a tale of two routes, linking inland East Anglia with its coastal counterpart. The Peddars Way was deemed too short to be a long distance route so was teamed up with Norfolk’s coastal path and opened in 1986 as the Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path.


Yorkshire Wolds Way

  • Start point: The Humber foreshore at Hessle – near the Humber Bridge 2 miles (3km) from Hull
  • End point: Filey Brigg outcrop, on the coast 7 miles (11km) south of Scarborough
  • Distance or area: 79 miles (127km)
  • Type: National Trail
  • Location: Yorkshire and Humber

This 79 mile long curving route goes from the North Sea to the Humber, around and across the Yorkshire Wolds via Market Weighton, taking walkers through some of the most peaceful countryside in England.


The Cambrian Way

  • Start point: Cardiff
  • End point: Conwy Castle
  • Distance or area: 274 miles
  • Type: Other Long Distance Walk
  • Location: Wales

The 275 mile Cambrian Way stretches from coast to coast, from Cardiff in the South to Conwy in the North. With an ascent of 61,540 feet this is a high level walk traversing the highest and wildest parts of Wales – navigation skills are essential.


Annandale Way

  • Start point: Annanhead, above Moffat
  • End point: Newbiebarnes, near Annan
  • Distance or area: 55 miles (89km)
  • Type: Scotlands Great Trails
  • Location: Southern Scotland

Like the Thames Path National Trail, this 55 mile long distance walking route stays close to a river from source to sea, in this case the river Annan. Along the way it brings walkers through the stunning scenery of the Annandale ‘strath’ or large valley with sights such as a Roman watch tower along the way.


Three Lochs Way

  • Start point: Balloch
  • End point: Inveruglas
  • Distance or area: 31 miles (50km)
  • Type: Scotlands Great Trails
  • Location: Central Scotland

The Three Lochs Way links the freshwater Loch Lomond with the sea lochs of Gare Loch and Loch Long in four stages. Views of these three bodies of water are never far away and walkers can also look out over the Forth of Clyde during the section from Balloch to Helensburgh.

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