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A short city-centre walking tour from a historic alehouse, featuring a mix of well-known landmarks and lesser curiosities.
Follow the Trans-Pennine Trail to a popular local landmark with extensive views.
Wide views, interesting corners, and a quiet stretch of canal towpath with a spooky tunnel.
Canal towpath and riverside walking in a wildlife-rich rural oasis, including a local nature reserve.
Descend through flowery pastures and then circumnavigate a scenic wooded reservoir.
Pleasant farmland walking with a pretty interlude along a wooded stream valley.
A contouring farmland stroll with wide views over Bolton to Winter Hill.
Follow the "The Christian crossroads of the British Isles" from Seaton Sluice to Chester-le-Street and explore the heritage along the way. This route can be divided into sections in regard to your physical abilities.
This is the section of the Angel's Way one of the Northern Saints' pilgrimage routes which starts in Holywell and ends in Backworth. This section is rural passing through agricultural land.
This can be combined with the previous section (Seaton Sluice to Holywell) or the next section (Backworth to Killingworth) for a longer walk.
This urban section of the Angel's Way is broken up with a walk around Gosforth Golf Course and optionally the Gosforth Nature Reserve, finishing at the Brandling Villa.
This walk mixes the urban landscapes of Newcastle with the beautiful Jesmond Dene. Visit a ruined chapel, holy well and city centre museum to finish the walk.
Wooded hills behind the hotel, returning via the River Gwynant and Mawddach Trail.
A superb viewpoint, a pretty lake and a level return through the marshes.
Glorious mountain lakes in the shadow of Cadair, returning via the Gwynant valley.
Along our adjacent rail trail and back via the scenic foothills of Cadair Idris.
This is a section of the Angel's Way. It starts in Backworth and follows a rural route passing the ruins of Burradon Tower. After that, it passes through Burradon, Camperdown and Killingworth finishing at the picturesque Killingworth Lake.
This path is part of the Angel's Way, one of the Northern Saints' pilgrimage routes which starts in Seaton Sluice and end in Chester-le-Street. This section passes Seaton Delaval Hall, the Church of Our Lady, and the Holywell which gives the village its name.
A hearty, hilly hike to the foot of Cader Idris, passing Llyn Gafr, Llyn-y-Gadair and Llyn Gwernan.
A short stroll close to Dolgellau town centre, featuring a pretty riverside walk and a historic sacred well.
A walk on little-known paths through delightful wooded country between hidden farms and valleys.
This is a varied walk with a couple of fells to climb but nothing really difficult. Take care of yourself and look out for wildlife along the way. Just enjoy the journey and make the most of the moment. Along the way are 2 Wainwrights, 2 tarns, 2 pubs and a lake.
Starting in the abandoned ski resort of Drouzin le Mont in Col du Corbier, this is a moderate mountain climb winding through a forest section & alpine meadows before concluding with a short but challenging craggy rock face. The summit is sheltered by large rocks offering 360 stunning views of Lac Leman to the North and Mont Blanc to the South. It is not for the faint hearted, solo inexperienced or novice if a vertical rock scramble is not your thing, but the rest of hike is far more moderate.
A rewarding walk using a superb but little-known permissive path along an attractive stretch of the Solent foreshore, returning via parkland and a former WW2 airstrip.
Stroll along the bird-rich Lymington River, returning via a monument to a local naval hero.
Saunter on level, well-maintained paths around the creeks and saltmarshes of the Solent with views to Hurst Castle and the Isle of Wight. Includes directions to Lymington town centre.
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