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Should we walk from Margate to Ramsgate or from Ramsgate to Margate? Whichever way you want to do this walk, it is one of the most popular hikes on the South Coast and a MUST-DO! Whilst Ramsgate is much prettier than Margate, the food is better in Margate … so it’s all about what you prefer! For the purpose of this walk, we will be doing the walk from Margate to Ramsgate.
A rewarding, scenic country walk exploring several commons and villages along with an attractive river valley. Good pubs!
An interesting walk that passes the five hills south of the Thames that make up the ‘Munros’. It takes advantage of two of the area’s major long-distance paths; the Chiltern Way and Thames Path. The walk culminates in a majestic 3-mile stretch alongside the Thames.
This could be described as a Christmas walk for all seasons, or perhaps as a walk of two halves – a lovely woodland adventure or a breathtaking hilltop adventure. The choice is yours.
This lovely circular walk offers the opportunity to explore the local countryside and stroll alongside one of the most famous rivers in the world. There are stories of a Viking burial, a famous poet, a gambler and a mill with a new lease of life.
A fine loop starting from Les Taillades. You will walk through varied scenery such as the Source of the Boulon, the cliffs of the Petit Luberon, the Rochers de Baude cliff and the Badarel Gorge, the Carpentras Canal and the old village. This walk is not recommended for people suffering from vertigo. See the “Useful information” section.
This short, stile-free walk shows the Chilterns at their best. There are quiet and hidden landscapes, a National Nature Reserve and superb views from the top of the escarpment.
A walk along the Thames Path to Temple Lock and through the picturesque Harleyford Estate to the woods of Marlow Common and the new Chiltern Society Local Nature Reserve.
A scenic walk around Naphill. Full of interest: there is a fascinating history of WWII codebreaking and a visit to the home of a famous artist.
A wonderful opportunity to combine a stroll round Prestwood Nature Reserve with a lovely walk in the surrounding area. At Peterley Manor Farm there is the opportunity to do a little ‘pick your own’ for such delights as strawberries, gooseberries, raspberries and various vegetables.
This route offers the walker some of the most stunning views in the whole of the Chilterns and visits a number of important wildlife sites featured in the book by Gay Beattie "The Pilgrim’s Progress Wild Flowers and Where to Find Them in The Chilterns." Pegsdon and Deacon Hills were a favourite of the writer and preacher John Bunyan who referred to them in as the "Delectable Mountains".
This section starts in the failed Victorian resort of Ravenscar and ends at Hayburn Wyke waterfall. Initially the route follows open cliff tops with views across the North Sea before descending into woodland at the end of the walk.
This second stage of the West Highland Way (WHW) is incredible! It includes three distinct parts. First, you walk through beautiful woodland. Then, after crossing the fields, walk up Conic Hill, from where you get large views of the Highlands et le Loch Lomond. After going steeply down toward Balmaha port, alternate walking along the lakeside then up and down through woodlands.
This walk visits Guebwiller woodlands. While walking, enjoy different very nice spots ideals to take pictures and learn about various vegetal species (indicated by numbers). This walk is very nice to keep fresh in summer times. However, be careful when raining, it can be quite slippery!
A beautiful walk through the beech woods of Marlow Common. Look out for bluebells in the spring, orchids in early summer, and deer and red kites all year round.
A varied walk taking in lovely woods, a hillfort, beautiful views over Aylesbury Vale and the peaceful Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal.
The route leaves from the car park at the Junction of Ballymoyer Road and Drumcrow Road. It initially follows the Creggan River and then winds it way through the mixed woodland of a fairy glen with deep mossy and ferned banks before returning back to the starting point.
At the start of this walk take time to visit the Annalong Cornmill (open during summer months) situated at the picturesque Annalong Harbour. This shoreline walk takes in magnificient views of the Mourne Mountains.
Walk part of River Clyde walkway from Cardies Bridge.
See where the racehorses train and enjoy the panorama of the Cambridgeshire countryside from some of it’s higher points.
Walk along Brighton Beach waterside then go explore Elsternwick Park Nature Reserve before coming back via Elster Canal. Along the way, you will get to explore some hidden spots to catch the sunset or have a quiet break.
This walk along the beach brings you to visit some great swimming, sunset viewpoints, and kite surfer spotting areas without missing the famous Middle Brighton Bathing Boxes.
A level coastal walk with long vistas, lonely beaches and a choice of lengths starting at RSPB Mersehead... This is a lovely walk at all times of year, but it is particularly interesting in winter when the migrant birds gather in their thousands at Mersehead RSPB Nature Reserve.
The loop from Balcary Bay, along the cliffs to Rascarrel beach is a beautiful walk. An exhilarating cliff top walk with far reaching views. There are three route options so you can choose a walk of different lengths. Or, if you don't like heights, you can miss out the cliff section altogether - but then you would miss the section with the best views.
The loop begins and ends at the Sliabh Beagh Hotel and whilst it is mostly off-road, the stretches to and from the hotel are on-road for short distances and great care should be exercised where no footpath is available.
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