Car Free Walks Blog

November 2017

Three Peaks, no cars?

How to reduce the impact of your challenge event

There’s a notice on the wall outside the Pen-y-ghent café in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, the traditional start and finish point for the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. It provides a list of all the things that groups of walkers completing the route shouldn’t do: don’t cheer as people finish; don’t make too much noise; don’t cheer loudly...
October 2017

Armchair adventures to a Scottish Bothy

Staoineag Bothy from Corrour Station

Gone are the days when we could make a trip northwards on a whim. The arrival of several little feet and postings abroad for some mean the Car Free Walks team are a little armchair-bound these days. Happily, we have several willing and talented scribes happy to contribute to our blog.
September 2017

Lists? Tick

A new feature from Car Free Walks

Everyone who loves the outdoors will have made a list at some point. Favourite hills in the Lake District, best routes up Snowdon, top Scottish peaks from the West Highland Railway. And now you can create and share your own.

Create your walk and win!

Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk into a prize draw

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