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Timwoods commented on walk Castle Cary to Bruton
Hi Martin, very sorry to hear that. When I did the walk, it was through a gate at the far end of the...
martin thomas commented on walk Castle Cary to Bruton
Oh dear! Spent ages trying to find the Bridleway to start this walk. Workers and local people were unable...
Mac.Hawk commented on walk Pen-y-ghent and Plover Hill
Just for clarity I'd point out in section (1) that 'New Inn' isn't a pub, it's an area of the village...
Mac.Hawk commented on walk Clapham to Horton via Crummack Dale
3 years after my initial post this is still a fabulous walk but alas, the store in Horton has long since...
fizzio commented on walk Kings Head 11 mile loop from Ludford
Last way point now edited in to correct walk length (mileage)...
fizzio commented on walk Kings Head 11 mile loop from Ludford
The Synopsis of this walk states that it is around 8 miles but it is 10.6 miles (maybe because I didn't...
Walks
This walk starts from and returns to Church Stretton railway station, taking in Pole Bank, the highest point on the Long Mynd....
A circular, half-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in England starting at Church Stretton, Shropshire, about 8km (roughly 5 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: John Walker
Duration: half-day
Distance: 8km (5 miles)
Location: Shropshire, England
Rating: (1 vote)
Is Wiltshire our most underrated walking county? In my opinion, it probably is....
A circular, half-day countryside walk in England starting at Seend, Wilts, about 13km (roughly 8 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: Timwoods
Duration: half-day
Distance: 13km (8 miles)
Location: Wilts, England
Rating: (1 vote)
This walk climbs over Rise Hill, above Dentdale, and then returns via the dale....
A circular, full-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in England starting at Dent station, Cumbria, about 22km (roughly 14 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 22km (14 miles)
Location: Cumbria, England
Rating: (1 vote)
A walk taking in canals, moorland, reservoirs, hills and rivers all in one relatively short walk. Starting at the Riverhead brewery, along the canal to the Standedge tunnel and visitors' centre (the longest...
A circular, half-day countryside walk in England starting at Marsden, Kirklees, about 12km (roughly 8 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: fizzio
Duration: half-day
Distance: 12km (8 miles)
Location: Kirklees, England
Rating: (3 votes)
Starting from Ludford, cross country to Tealby and the oldest thatched pub in Lincolnshire (fantastic food and real ale!) Back across the undulating Lincolnshire Wolds and looping back around to pass Stainton...
A circular, half-day countryside walk in England starting at East Lindsey, Lincs, about 18km (roughly 12 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: fizzio
Duration: half-day
Distance: 18km (12 miles)
Location: Lincs, England
Rating: (3 votes)
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Two of the Lake District's lesser lights star in this walk from Ambleside....
A linear, full-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in England starting at Ambleside, Cumbria, about 19km (roughly 12 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: Timwoods
Duration: full-day
Distance: 19km (12 miles)
Location: Cumbria, England
Rating: (2 votes)
This walk in the Scottish Borders explores the moorland north of Lauder, with a route that encompasses Heugh Hill and the ancient hill fort of Dabshead Hill (I'm not sure you get modern hill forts, actually)...
A circular, full-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in Scotland starting at Lauder, Borders, about 21km (roughly 13 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 21km (13 miles)
Location: Borders, Scotland
Rating: (2 votes)

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This is a splendid walk in southwest Dartmoor....
A circular, full-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in England starting at Yelverton, Devon, about 23km (roughly 15 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: Timwoods
Duration: full-day
Distance: 23km (15 miles)
Location: Devon, England
Rating: (2 votes)
This walk explores several of the popular spots around Callander, one of the most popular towns in the Trossachs....
A circular, full-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in Scotland starting at Callander, Stirling, about 17km (roughly 11 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 17km (11 miles)
Location: Stirling, Scotland
Rating: (1 vote)

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Comments
Gabe A commented on walk Wansfell - the scenic route from Ambleside to Windermere
I did this walk with some friends who weren't particularly sporty and we all had a good time. We did...
Highland Bob commented on walk Kinlochewe to Lochan Fada
Take care on the river crossings here. Worth knowing how to do a safe river crossing for getting over...
Walks
A remote walk for those who love Scotland's wildest places....
A circular, full-day riverside walk in Scotland starting at Kinlochewe, Highlands, about 27km (roughly 17 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 27km (17 miles)
Location: Highlands, Scotland
Rating: (1 vote)
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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 is Britain’s national mapping...
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RETIRED, live in Colwyn Bay, N. Wales, FRIENDLY REMINDER, all walks now have photos on the walks, search...
timmy

I likes walkin' in them there 'ills....
ashtonkroz

I am a retired and enjoying getting around the countryside on new walks...
violetpsyche

I live in Manchester and take frequent walks in the Peak District. I like to go off the beaten track...
John Walker

I prefer walks which are moderate in difficulty and length (not more than 15-20km) and can be reached...