Walks Near Me
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You can see a huge collection of long distance trails, woodland and forest walks, reservoirs, country parks, canal walks, nature reserves, coastal walks, hill climbs and challenging hiking trails near you.
The map will auto detect your location and display markers for each of the walks. Clicking on the marker will then open a popup window with links to the walk details page where you can view Ordnance Survey walk maps, and if you are on a mobile device, a mobile map with location tracking.
Walking Routes in England
National Parks, AONB and Other Regions Walking Routes
Latest Walking Routes
|Ticknall Tramway Tunnel Walk||5 miles (8 km)||This walk explores the old Ticknall to Ashby tramway in Calke Park, Derbyshire. The industrial tramway connected the brickyards, lime quarries and lime yards of Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. The horse drawn system operated from 1802 to 1913. Today part of the route makes for a nice leisurely walk or cycle.|
|Melbourne Hall and Pool||2 miles (3.6 km)||This circular walk explores the area to the south of the Derbyshire town of Mlebourne. It's a very pretty area with parkland and the popular Melbourne Pool to see.|
|Dean Clough Reservoir||2 miles (3.4 km)||Enjoy an easy circular walk around this pretty reservoir near Great Harwood. It's a lovely peaceful spot with easy trails and lots of wildlife to look out for on the water. There's also some nice countryside and woodland footpaths surrounding the water. On the way look out for Pendle Hill which makes a splendid backdrop to the walk.|
|Ardsley Reservoir||1 miles (2 km)||This circular walk takes you around Ardsley Reservoir in East Ardsley, Leeds|
|Bolton Abbey||7 miles (11.5 km)||Explore the huge estate surrounding the ruins of this 12th-century Augustinian monastery. There are miles of riverside walking trails to follow with the River Wharfe running through the estate. The paths take you to the Strid - here the River Wharfe becomes very narrow causing the water to rush with great force at this point. There are also colour coded nature trails taking you through ancient woodland and bluebells in spring.|