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Latest walks

Latest Walk Lists

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The challenge is to complete all three peaks within 12 hours.
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The Snowdon Sherpa offers car-free access to all eight of the best-known routes up Snowdon.
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Prizedraw: create a walk and win

Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk to our website into a prize draw to win some goodies.

For the January to March 2018 prize draw we will be giving away an Ordnance Survey Maps Subscription Gift Pack worth £25.99 to two lucky individuals.This 12 month digital subscription to the award-winning OS Maps enables you to see more of the Great British outdoors.

Changing horizons

A walk without kids in North Norfolk

Holidays are different with kids.They used to be a time to head for the hills and tick off some long-targeted routes; now, they are meticulously planned around a different set of priorities: where can we get essential supplies?What will we do if it’s too rainy for the beach?How many chips are too many chips for a two-year-old?

Car Free Walks newsletter #23

The latest news from Car Free Walks

We were delighted to feature a blog post from Geoff Allan, author of the superb new book, ‘The Scottish Bothy Bible’, earlier this autumn.Geoff picked out one of his favourite spots for us, a remote spot deep in the West Highlands.