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beatiful gardens.

Great walk out from chipping Camden to broadway. Very pretty with some lovely views. The way back wasn't as enjoyable largely due to trail cutting across a golf course without needing to. If you do this section of the walk we would definitely recommend sticking to the foot path through the woodland on the left hand side after you cross the single track road (which heads towards the fish hotel). This path brings you all the way to the road and back the trail plotted. Happy walking!!!

Very short walk. Nice to get out. Picnic area graffiti riddled and no over flowing but the meadow and windy paths were pretty.

6 days ago

Did this lovely 5 mile circular walk with the wife today and it was an absolute delight. All paths are nice and flat, either on hard mud (obviously apart from Winter), gravel or flint underfoot and very easy to walk on and navigate. Mainly walking around the edges of fields and occasionally across the middle of them. At different times of the year, there'll be cornfields and rapeseed so will look pretty stunning. Was very impressed with some of the fields being planted along the edge of the hedgerows with rafts of amazing looking daisies for the bugs, bees etc. Also saw plenty of hawks and a hare, which was a real treat. There are a few bits through woods so you can cool down on a hot day too. Thoroughly recommend this walk. We will certainly be going back during the changing seasons. Hope you enjoy as much as we did

A lovely walk, info a bit misleading as it said park at Village Hall but start from the pub (which is left out of village hall). actual signposted walk is right out of village hall so we walked it anti clockwise and signage wasn't as clear that way round. a beautiful walk though with some slight inclines and a few gates but no styles. Good for dogs and a mixture of sunny paths and shade so ideal for a hot day. Would be a bit muddy in winter or after wet weather so something to bare in mind.

A brilliant walk in the sunshine in a gorgeous village. Easy to follow route. My partner and I took our dog and 11 month old boy in a backpack carrier which was ideal when going through the kissing gates and narrow paths but 9km was enough carrying him. I wouldn't recommend taking a pushchair on this route.

Great long walk to Budleigh Salterton and back along the River Otter. Easy to follow paths and plenty of shady lunch spots.

nice relaxing walk, even better in the sun :)

bird watching
13 days ago

This area is quite different to what is shown due to no up keep, but saying that it is still a lovely walk around the old dye/bleach works, cobbled areas can still be seen. Unfortunately it can get quite untidy in areas but don't let it put you off, plenty of wildlife to be spotted and can be quite tranquil.

off trail
over grown
private property
13 days ago

Lovely long walk. Walk though 3 fields with cow and 1 field with sheep. Lovely views though the countryside

A very pleasant walk through parts of South Birmingham I’m not too familiar with. West Heath Park is a bit dull to be honest - just a wide open space with grass and a few trees, but the walk there was very enjoyable as was the walk back alongside the River Rea - don’t get too excited it’s more of a stream than a river. We completed it in an hour and 40 mins and felt like we’d earned our Sunday roast.

Great forest for walking, cycling and picnics. Lots of different routes and types of landscape. Toilet available at the parking. Can pay with coins or contactless. Route took exactly 2hrs of leisurely walk. Going clockwise will mean that way back is all downhill.

Brilliant walk! Clearly signposted with coloured arrows.

nice country park. Lots of smaller paths through some of the wooded sections are fun to explore.

An ok walk but got the feeling that the farmer didnt like walkers! Good for social isolating as didn't see anyone for the majority of the walk. Pretty countryside.

Excellent walk through the rolling Hampshire countryside. Very easy to follow route with a few kissing gates. Most of the paths are field or field margin with some wooded bridle ways.

Good long walk! Visiting green spaces of Birmingham that you wouldn’t know existed!

Nice walk but one section from Claybrooke Magna to Frolesworth had a ploughed field through the footpath with a sign saying to walk around the edge instead. This proved impossible as it was ploughed to the edge then waist high in grass and nettles. I had to go off trail and ended up walking on roads to get back on trail. It spoiled the start of what should be a nice walk. Take plenty of water, there’s very little shade once you are out in the pastures.

Relaxing route, mostly woodland, parking isnt where the app says it is, I went left and parked at The Lawnswood Pub just a minute down the road

Weird walk. Features include crossing the M60 (twice, once over and once under), a sewage treatment plant and a wander through an industrial estate. This side of the motorway is lovely, but there are better walks than this to do in Reddish Vale.

First first decent walk since lockdown . How fantastic to get out and about again

19 days ago

Plenty of Pay and Display car parks near start of walk, which are free at time of writing due to Covid. Unfortunately, we were unable to go quite to end of trail. See photo of Waypoint 1, where we had to turn around. This was where the trail has a muddy spot, and daughter wouldn’t cross in her new Dr Martens. It wouldn’t have been a problem to me in my hiking boots. Just be aware of this, if you do the walk at another time of the year or after heavy rainfall. We had lovely, weather. We enjoyed a very pleasant stroll along the River Wensum. It was a pretty, woodland trail. We passed ducks and under railway bridges. Children and dogs were paddling in the river.

really beautiful and lovely walk. it is pretty easy so suitable for all and great for dog walking. Saw a lot of off road bikers. we went off the map couple of times as there are so many different paths so would recommend watching the map frequently. otherwise it was a perfect walk for a day off and would highly recommend. we will be back again.

I extended this walk a fair bit, right up to the QE2 bridge. Lovely walk, path could do with a bit of a clear the further down you go, but a nice walk.

Just a walk in the park

Malvern Walking Group - Jeff. Excellent walk from the newly-refurbished Plough and Harrow. Easily followed on the map. Level throughout, with only one stile. A few quietish lanes/roads. but mostly around easy field edges

bridge out
1 month ago

nice little route for your early week recovery run after your long weekend run if you do the route a couple of times. The boardwalk is damaged in places so watch your footing. Part of the trail on the long stretch is very narrow so be prepared to have to stop as many people use this trail.

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