Explore the most popular Kid 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.

Nice walk with good view

bridge out
washed out
10 hours ago

Excellent walk, lovely mix of scenery, trail well described on here. Lots of beautiful animals and wildlife on the route.

Overcast and cool but perfect for walking with the dog.

Definitely a great spot to bring the kids! Beautiful community woodland.

I would recommend this trail for people wanting an easy well established route with no hills and good for dogs

12 hours ago

First time using AllTrails since it bought out my old app and I was sceptical but am pleased, as a lone Walker, that it was easy to use. Anyway the walk was just lovely. As recommended I went clockwise and found a few signposts when I felt I was wavering .... mixed terrain from open field, village, woodland to a tiny, tiny bit of road..... the views are outstanding and there are plenty of stops to be had .... it was a very windy and damp day so I will go back on a nicer day to make the most of the views

Really easy walk had four kids all 5 and below that absolutely loved it

Nice local walk easy to follow

Nice walk plenty of wildlife. very clean canal and pleasant walk

Lovely heathland and woodland but a lot of road noise

Lovely area walking through Cockshott Woods, though it was lacking in variety. There is a steep inclines for 10 minutes at the start and near the end.

lovely walk, tranquil and quiet.

Cracking walk, did it this morning and really enjoyed it. We have had a long dry spell, but there are a couple of boggy bits even after that, so I would say boots essential on this route. One where I will go back when the sun's out again

A shorter walk than the main Slindon circle. Great for young children and those looking for a pleasant walk.

There’s two walks here, the shorter of the two follows the left bank of the river underneath the viaduct and is a mixture of fields and lanes with several kissing gates which I was happy to lift our pushchair over! Eventually you hit Low Catton which you can either head into or bear left to follow a quiet road walk back into Stamford Bridge. I believe if you continue into Low Catton you can eventually cross the river and head back on the right bank into Stamford Bridge, but that’s another story and another review

Stunning view over the mountains. Second the best after Mount Fuji.

Excellent trail with clear pathways all the way round. Very suitable for dogs.

mixture of open space and more secluded pathways. Dog friendly.

Nice walk in the cool June evening sunshine.

off trail
1 day ago

Great trail and even better views of Hadrians Wall, Sycamore Gap and the old fort. One thing we will say: we are avid hikers and this trail does have steep sections, plus it’s quite long. For this reason, would grade at moderate rather than easy. A great hike to do while in the Hexham region.

1 day ago

This is an update of the current situation of a walk around the walls. walls leading to Eastgate Bridge, Northgate Bridge and Southgate Bridge are both under construction at present (updated 5/6/20 - see images), hence my diversion. A lovely walk around the 2 mile circuit around part of the walls of Chester with lots to see and do. Please note: There are only small sections of the walls that do have ramps for people with disability.

Lovely walk. Fantastic views from the top and on the way down. Anti clockwise probably easier than clockwise. No cows. Just sheep.

Beautiful walk through stunning woodland. Great scenic views. Great well maintained pathways. Really wonderful place to explore. Will go again!!

Wonderful walk with breathtaking views. Definitely recommend.

1 day ago

Showing results 1 - 28 of 12188