This is an up and over route between two car parks in the Cadair Idris National Nature Reserve a range of mountains in the south of Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park. Walk along the south side of Cadair Idris on the ascent, and descend down its north side.
A short and easy walk through Beresford Dale, which was an inspiration for the book 'The Compleat Angler' by Sir Izaac Walton. It also includes a variety of landscapes of limestone country, including lanes between dry stone walls and upland pasture.
Lovely coastal walk from Portballintrae to the Giants Causeway visitor centre and back. Experience the picturesque harbour, fabulous coastal views and sandunes. The route takes you back to Port Tara Holiday home via Bushfoot golf club, a perfect stop for a refreshing drink in the public bar that has the most amazing coastal views.
This walk is from Portballintrae, going past Port Tara Holiday home through Portballintrae and along the coastal road to Dunluce Castle. You will see stunning views of the rugged North Antrim coast and the historic ruins of Dunluce castle. You can visit the Castle and there is a lovely coffee shop to stop for a break.
The Mill Race Trail is a site of importance in terms of its industrial heritage and wildlife value. Follow the way markers and information panels as they tell the story of the Six Mile Water. There is no entrance fee and leaflets on the Trail are available from Antrim Information Centre.
A moderate circular walk in the High Mournes, summiting two of the seven highest peaks in the region, Slieve Meelmore and Slieve Meelbeg.
Northern Ireland’s largest and most beautiful urban park, the second largest public park in Ireland.
Great walk around Ferry Medows in Nene Park. Lots of wildlife to see.
The 2nd section of the walk leaves busy Hexham and follows the Devil's Water across open countryside to Dukesfield Arches.
This route explores an area of floodplain, now managed as an award wining urban nature reserve which provides a fanatstic oasis for wildlife.
A pleasant circular walk starting and finishing at Barnard Castle. It follows the Teesdale Way on the south side of the River Tees and crosses the river via a footbridge north of Cotherstone village. It then heads back on the opposite side of the river. The walking is mostly flat and passes through farm land and riverside woodland.
Don't want to venture too far from London to find a countryside walk? This is when the Dollis Valley Greenwalk makes an entry. This decently long walk through Barnet and Finchley is that good surprise as it takes you through what is left of former countryside fields in the Capital city.
The 3rd section of the walk continues through Northumberland finishing on the border with County Durham. Start the walk by viewing the Dukesfield Arches, then continue to follow the Devil's Water to Slaley Forest. After visiting a quarry, continue to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty before finishing the walk in the pretty village of Blanchland.
The 1st stage of this trail is a beautiful walk in Northumberland. It starts at the small church of St Oswald near Hadrian's Wall and crosses open countryside, passes through the village of Acomb before winding its way through Hexham to Hexham Abbey. There is so much to learn about the history of Northumbria along this walk.
This hike is one of the Northern Saints' Trails starting at the monastery site and church of St Paul in Jarrow, famous for St Bede, following the Bede's Way and then passing the University of Sunderland, the twin church of St Peter, Penshaw Monument, before continuing to Chester-le-Street, the ruined Finchale Priory and finishing at Durham Cathedral.
Leaving St Michael's and All Angels' Church behind, the route heads through a park, past housing developments into open countryside before returning to villages ending at the Floater's Mill pub.
Dog friendly circular walk from Haltwhistle to Lambley Viaduct via the South Tyne Trail.
Sea, Sun and … the Seven Sisters walk of course! When the weather is nice and the temperatures are rising, lace up your hiking boots (or trail runners, it’s summer after all), apply the sunscreen and get the brim out of the closet. It is time to enjoy a walk by the South Coast, and who knows, maybe even take a dip in the bright blue English Channel.
Dog friendly circular walk following the Esk river to see Stanley Force waterfall and extended to the remote tarn of Devoke Water.
Enjoy a quiet stroll along woodland paths and country lane within this small, family owned estate located on the edge of the pretty village of Loughbrickland.
A short route through an urban park with beautiful floral displays. Highway to Health walk.
Lough Foyle is a sheltered haven on the Atlantic coast, a refuge for sailors, wintering birds, breeding seals and walkers. This is a flat, off-road walk, that for most of its length follows alongside a freshwater pond with dotted with reed beds. The expanse of Lough Foyle can be viewed on the other side of the sea wall for the length of the walk.
Lecale Way extends from the heart of Downpatrick, taking in Strangford Lough and finishing in the seaside resort of Newcastle. Tower houses, castles and ancient monuments are dotted throughout its landscape and a wealth of wildlife can be discovered along the contrasting shores of Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea. An entrance fee to Castle Ward applies (National Trust Property).
This is the 6th section of the Lecale Way Trail. The Lecale region of County Down is characterised by pretty villages, wild coastline and a liberal scattering of historic sites. This walking route uses a combination of country roads, tracks and footpaths to explore the best of the scenery, with lowland terrain and frequent signposts making it suitable for most levels of walking experience. Almost all of the final section is off-road, with the dunes and sands of Newcastle Beach providing a fitting finale.
There is so much to discover when you walk along the Thames in London. From Waterloo to Greenwich, encounter London’s most famous landmarks and hidden gems, from ancient sites to modern developments. Take a walk down the history lane along the iconic River Thames to see London from a different perspective.
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