Car Free Walks Blog

May 2022

An ode to those little green dashes

An appreciation of exploring the lesser-walked paths

They are found all across the country, weaving and intersecting in what often appear to be completely unplanned patterns. Some are ancient, some more recent; some have names, others are anonymous. Some are concrete highways, others are barely there at all.
April 2022

Walking in the Chilterns

A guest blog post from Kieran Seale, founder of walkbyrail.co.uk

As the worst of the Covid pandemic draws to a close, what better time to encourage people to get out into the countryside for a walk? As a resident of northwest London, I have a special advantage in doing that - an urban rail network that reaches right into the heart of the countryside.
March 2022

Wild Walking in the northern Cambrians

A guest blog post from Maurice Kyle on wild walking in the Aberystwyth hinterland

Largely neglected by walkers because of its proximity to National Parks both north and south, the scenery of the northern part of the ‘Elenydd’, the Cambrian Mountains of mid-Wales, is nevertheless wild and stunning.

Create your 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.

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