Explore the most popular Wheelchair Friendly trails in England with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
6 days ago

Busy and right next to a bypass

Easy to follow directions and lovely veiws all the way round. I will definitely walk this route again.

hiking
12 days ago

A lovely walk with lots of different scenery, wooded and open fields, and stays nice a flat throughout the five miles. Quite a popular destination, also with some busy roads that you need to cross so if you are wanting a quiet walk then this perhaps isn’t for you.

walking
12 days ago

As a local this is a route which is beautiful, I visit regulary. I am not going to review this walk. Although work is planned, due to Corona Virus this work has not yet commenced. Some of the wooden boards are rotting, in wet weather they can be slippery and at risk of breaking. Extra care should be taken. Just be careful, it's still worth visiting and walking...

hiking
17 days ago

nice and flat walk. perfect for dogs in hot weather with the trees always provided good shade alongside the main path. nice little ponds for dogs to swim. lovely boardwalk over one of the large ponds (not for dogs) provided a great view of the ponds.

Great walk for a Sunday stroll. There is a long incline not long from the start but it’s not difficult if you take your time and take in the views. This walk would be suitable all weather types. Really enjoyable x

walking
20 days ago

Really nice walk suitable for dogs off leads all stone paths

lovely walk through part if Faversham town and its pretty buildings. Then onto fields, wooded areas and orchards. Beautiful Osoringe Church to visit too. Lovely and peaceful and a stone's throw from town centre. CLOSED public footpath on brogdale rd due to the new build construction unfortunately.

Nice walk with varied terrain and nice views. Several parts include walking on the road but you can't expect a very wild walk so close to London.

Not a very pretty walk and lots of people going past us on motor bikes and quad bikes illegally.

hiking
closed
off trail
1 month ago

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Nice 6km walk, easy to find a free parking spot. Good for cycling and dog walking.

road biking
1 month ago

I've ridden this from start to finish both ways more times than I can count. For the most part it's flat and it's also great for runners and walkers though I would recommend dog walkers leaving their dogs on the lead only because cyclists can and do fly along the track. Stunning views can be found all along the track from the River to nature right beside you, old disused railway stations and railway bridges along with a nice long railway tunnel near Staple Hill. For stop if you so choose there are cafes in Warmley and another at Bitton along with a lovely pub in Saltford too but there's also plenty of places to get off the track and explore places between Bristol and Bath. Well worth a visit.

hiking
1 month ago

I added an extension to the walk. This is a great 11.2 km circular walk through farmlands, woodlands and estates. It has breathtaking views and beautiful ponds.

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

This is a great walk any time of the year, in any weather. Paved. Can be crouded. Not too many shaded areas. Took me less than 2 hours. I do not recall seeing any markings, but it is quite easy to follow the navigation. I recommend.

Excellent way to see the most important landmarks in one afternoon

walking
2 months ago

Fast lunchtime walk alone

Parts of the walk was quite nice, I.e., through old parts of town, riverside, around cathedral. There was a bit on the side of an A road coming into town that wasn’t so good. I’d say about half of the loop was interesting.

walking
3 months ago

One of the better walks around London. This park is lively and you can see swans in the lake. You can combine this walk with Buckingham Palace.

Nice Trail, a lot of the route is urban surrounded by new housing development but still felt very peaceful. Lots of birds on the canal. Quite muddy around Wednesfield and towards the end of the walk after rain

hiking
bridge out
4 months ago

4 months ago

A little too residential in parts and we extended the walk to take in the Cathedral.

not my usual type of walk but need somewhere dry as my boots havnt arrived and mine are split. so decided to walk around my local city. some interesting things to look at that I knew were there but never really paid much attention to. I'm not going to rush out to walk it again but it's worth walking once.

hiking
muddy
4 months ago

4 months ago

mid January, very cold after frosty night, brilliant sunshine and clear sky. The tarmac/grit path was excellent with only one place of 2mt where there was mud across the path. The sculptures are worth seeing, there are no long views however the countryside is beautiful. Like all ex railway walks it can be a tad boring and monotonous especially in the cuttings where you lose the sunshine. perfect for off road cycling with youngsters.

Very easy flat path around a lake. We went on to a beach walk afterwards - plenty paths up to the beach from this route.

Nice easy path flat walk good parking and nice for dogs also lots of entry points to the beach x

hiking
4 months ago

This was a nice walk. The footpaths have been changed for the better since I was last there.

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