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Ben Macdui, Scotland's second highest mountain, rises up on the eastern side of the mighty Lairig Ghru, the glen that carves through the northern Cairngorms....
A circular, half-day mountain (above 600m) walk in Scotland starting at Coire Cas, Highlands, about 19km (roughly 12 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: Timwoods
Duration: half-day
Distance: 19km (12 miles)
Location: Highlands, Scotland
Rating: (1 vote)
This route in the northern Cairngorms makes a good option for a day when the weather isn't so good (or when it is of course!) It's a low-level route but the scenery around Strath Nethy is still spectacular...
A circular, full-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in Scotland starting at Glenmore, Highlands, about 16km (roughly 10 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 16km (10 miles)
Location: Highlands, Scotland
Rating: (1 vote)

In the last two weeks

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This short walk from Aviemore makes a great activity for kids....
A circular, half-day woodland walk in Scotland starting at Aviemore, Highlands, about 4km (roughly 3 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: half-day
Distance: 4km (3 miles)
Location: Highlands, Scotland
Rating: (2 votes)
Scotland's third-highest mountain rises up above the mighty Lairig Ghru valley in the heart of the Cairngorms....
A circular, full-day mountain (above 600m) walk in Scotland starting at Sugarbowl car park, Highlands, about 25km (roughly 15 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 25km (15 miles)
Location: Highlands, Scotland
Rating: (2 votes)
This walk takes you through the wonderful forest scenery of Abernethy Forest in the northern Cairngorms....
A linear, full-day woodland walk in Scotland starting at Boat of Garten, Highlands, about 25km (roughly 15 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 25km (15 miles)
Location: Highlands, Scotland
Rating: (1 vote)

In the last three weeks

Comments
Timwoods commented on walk Falmer to Lewes
Hi Helen You could be right, sometimes the distances are overestimated due to the way the website calculates...
TimWoods commented on walk The Long Mynd
Hi KateS are you sure you went the right way? Most of the route is along one of the hills! On a clear...
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In the last four weeks

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Eddie Duggan commented on walk River North Esk Circular
A lovely walk until Ravensneuk Castle then it got a bit rough with tractor tracks full of water, nonetheless...
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A lovely long walk from the pub by the station....
A linear, full-day countryside walk in England starting at The Station Inn , Lancs, about 11km (roughly 7 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 11km (7 miles)
Location: Lancs, England
Rating: (1 vote)
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For the October to December 2014 prize draw we are giving away a seasonally-themed Car Free Walks goodie bag, containing some lovely warming treats to get you through the bleakest of winter months. Or help you skip through the light powder snow if the...
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