Self-guided Paths and Trails

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Terrain Grade

3
3

Coast to Coast

The route which crosses the north of England from Coast to Coast was made famous by the late Alfred Wainwright whose guidebooks have introduced so many to the joys of walking in this area. It traverses three National Parks - the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors - and some stunning coastal, mountain, moorland and upland pasture scenery to create a challenging, but highly satisfying, 190 mile adventure. More
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Terrain Grade

3
3

Cotswold Way

100 miles from Chipping Campden to Bath

The Cotswold Way is deservedly designated as a National Trail. The route begins in Chipping Campden, the 'Jewel of the Cotswolds', and explores a varied landscape of steep escarpments with far-reaching views, grassy plateaux, wooded valleys, sheep pasture and picturesque stone-built villages, before finishing in the beautiful World Heritage city of Bath. More

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Terrain grade for this walk

1

Thames Path

184 miles from the Cotswolds to London

Covering a distance of 184 miles, the Thames Path National Trail follows the course of one of the world’s most iconic rivers from its modest rise in a Cotswold meadow to its surging presence as a tidal estuary at the Thames Barrage. The river passes numerous picturesque villages, fine towns, the cities of Oxford and London, royal palaces and iconic national monuments. More

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Terrain Grade

2
2

Wessex Ridgeway

137 miles from Avebury to Lyme Regis

The Wessex Ridgeway is a superb walk of 137 miles, part of a prehistoric trade route which once stretched right across England, linking the Norfolk coast to the Devon coast. The Wessex Ridgeway crosses the glorious downlands of Wiltshire and Dorset and links the ancient stone circle at Avebury to the sea, following as near as possible the line of the ancient route. More

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Terrain Grade

2
2

South Downs Way

100 miles from Eastbourne to Winchester

The South Downs Way runs for 100 miles along the crest of the chalk downs and traverses the full length of the South Downs National Park, from the south coast at Eastbourne to historic Winchester cathedral. The sense of space as you walk along the ridge is truly exhilarating, with far-reaching views over the English Channel and the Sussex Weald. More

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Terrain Grade

3
3

South West Coast Path

620 miles from Minehead to Poole Harbour

South West England has a world-class coastline with stunning cliff scenery, a wealth of history, attractive fishing villages and harbours, abundant wildlife, wonderful displays of coastal flowers, and much, much more. The South West Coast Path National Trail provides a continuous 620 mile walk all the way around the coast from Minehead to Poole Harbour and we can help you to walk every step of the way. More

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