We have hundreds of free self-guided walks, listed below, for you to read, download or follow using the on-line OS maps.
Apart from being healthy Walking is definitely a low carbon leisure activity, as long as it doesn't require high carbon modes of transport to get to and from the walk itself. UK main-line trains and coaches have substantially better carbon footprints than most cars, unless car occupancy is greater than two people. Also, there is the CO2 production relating to hotel stays and restaurant meals. Some hotels and B&Bs are concerned to increase their sustainability and list this on their websites.
Our walks are listed below. To see details of a walk click on its link to take you to a webpage with an OS map showing our track and some clickable 'points of interest'. There are some photos (of variable quality) and a description of how we travelled to and from the walk, as well as notes on nature or history (as we are experts in neither, please don't quote us!)
We've completed three National Trails and made notes on how we've organised our trips. You can see our route on a live map by clicking the following links
Our latest projects are walking the North Downs Way and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, two more National Trails. We also have some walks in the Peak District, accessible by train. Click below to see our progress so far.
We also have some Local Walks (close to West London, within the M25) which you can see at the links below.
- 1. Offas Dyke - Five Turnings to Knighton
- 2. The Long Mynd - Circular Walk from Church Stretton
- 3. Cadair Idris via the Minffordd Path
- 4. Circular Walk from Dunster
- 5. Hill Forts near Dunster
- 6. Holes Bay from Poole Quay
- 7. Malham Circular Walk
- 8. Stroudwater Canal near Stonehouse
and a few Walks further afield:-
Use scroll and zoom buttons on map to move around.
You can find many other walks which make use of public transport to get to and from start and end points at Car Free Walks Of course there are many other websites about walking, far too many to list here, but here are five others which we have found useful for providing walking route ideas: Viewranger, Walking World, iFootpath, Walking Britain, Walking-Routes and Open Paths & Trails.
We cannot accept any responsibility for out-of-date or incorrect information on the linked walks pages.