Mountain peaks, hilltops and ridge walks have obvious appeal to walkers – an appeal reflected in the Car Free Walks portfolio.
But it was no surprise that the recent top pick of featured walks was in fact a coastalpath. And yet, among the many routes on the website, that giant of National Trails, the South West Coast Path (SWCP), barely figures at all. This is surprising in view of its 1000km... Read full blog entry
UNESCO have recognised the Brighton and Lewes Downs as a Biosphere, making it the UK’s first new Biosphere Reserve in 40 years. It covers approximately 390km² and includes some of the South Downs National Park.
Chairman of the Brighton and Lewes Downs Biosphere partnership, Chris Todd, was quoted by UNESCO: "This is world recognition for the fantastic environment we have here and for all... Read full article
Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk to our website into a prize draw to win some goodies.
For the July to September 2014 prize draw we are delighted to be working with Ordnance Survey. Ordnance Survey s Britain’s national mapping agency and creates the definitive maps for walkers, cyclists, runners and everyone who loves the outdoors. With maps available on paper, online... Read more on how to win