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Knoll Beach, Studland to Lulworth Cove, Dorset.

Approx 23 miles and walking through 185 million years of history, From sandy bays to cliff paths there is some stunning scenery including Durdle Door Rocks. Fantastic one maybe two day walk.

Steve and Karen.


Lochranza to Sannox, Isle Of Arran.

About 10 miles, this one day walk has stunning views of across to Bute and Argyll. Fantastic unspoilt coastline. On a dry day you can't beat it.

Mike the not so fast walker.


The James Herriot Way.

Starting in Aysgarth this walk is just over 50 miles and about four to five days taking in parts of Swaledale and Wensleydale. Plenty of open moorland to take away your stress. You can't get better scenery.

Beth and Julie.




Coast to Coast trail.

From Portreath to Devoran on Restronguet Creek. The 11 mile walk takes you through Cornwalls famous mining areas. It is all signposted and you can also cycle the route.

James (Liverpool)


Offa's Dyke Path.

All of the 177 mile long walk on the English Welsh border is stunning. For a shorter walk the section between Monmouth and Chepstow offers some staggering scenery.

K (Blaclpool)


Cleveland Way.

This 100 mile walk from Helmsley on the edge of the North York Moors National Park to Filey on the East coast takes in stunning moorland and coastel scenery. We did it in severn days but their is plenty accomodation along the way, enabling you to take longer.

Garath and Sarah


Lady Anne's Way.

Over 100 miles from Skipton to Penrith, taking in some fantastic Yorkshire Dale scenery, Hard going but worth every ache and pain.

Louise and Steven.


Holyhead Mountain, Anglesey.

Just above sea level, a great walk for the family. About 4.5  miles, a great walk for the family. Fantastic sea views.

Polly ( Cardiff)


The South West Coastpath.

Brixham to Kingswear. This superb coastline runs for approx 16 miles and will take around 4 to 5 Hours. Up and Down and very rarely level, the views are staggering.

Kevin (Weston Super Mare)


Birmingham to Sandwell Canal Walk.

Great famiy walk. It gave the kids an insight into the industrial revolution and how the canal systems were once used.

Dee (Telford)


The Chesters Roman Trail.

Part of Hadrian's just by the North Tyne River. Plenty of monuments and remains to look at along the way.



Bude to Newquay in Cornwall.

This 66 mile walk takes around 5 days. Passing by Crackington Haven, Tintagel, Port Issac and Padstow, this up and down coast walk is a good test of fitness.

The Walking Mad (Norwich)


Minehead to Porlock Weir.

About 9 miles this walk takes in the fantastic coast and Exmoor countryside. Hard going but worth it.

Terry and G (Glasgow)


The Clyde Walkway.

40 miles long and runs between Patrick in Glasgow and New Lanark in South Lanarkshire. Starting in the busy city but ending in a gorge with fantastic waterfalls.

Lee and Sammy.


The Mid Suffolk Footpath.

Running 20 miles linking Stowmarket with the village of Hoxne. It goes along rivers and through countryside, it's a lovely days walking.

Pete (Brighton)


The Stour Valley Path.

Running 60 miles through Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgshire countryside. With the help of public transport, the walk can now be done in stages.

Emma ( Cambridge)


 Glyndwr's Way.

Pastures and Moorland. National trail stretching through 135 miles of Mid Wales

Wendy (Barnstaple)


The Thames Path.

Runs 184 miles starting from Kemble in Gloucestershire. Through countryside and city, fantastic history.

Megan and Jean (still walking - just)


Cotswold Way ( Central England)

102 miles of forests, fields and farmland. Would recommend.

Slim and family