Explore the most popular Pub Walk 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.

Lovely walk but a bit too much 'town' for me.

It was ok. Positives it was quiet. Negatives would have preferred a bit less tarmac en route.

Lovely walk good views and different terrain. The pub is open only 11.30-14.30 during the day. Dog friendly although there is no water so will need to take some with you for yourself and any four legged friends.

2 days ago

great walk in the countryside.

Great walk today + I added an extra 2 miles on at the end

Really lovely walk - quite hilly at the beginning. Ramblers Rest is closed on a Tuesday through summer as we found out today!

Nice and easy. Great for a run.

Lovely walk, beautiful landscapes and millpond. May 2019

Nice 2 hour walk on mixture of canal towpath, tracks, fields and lanes through the beautiful Berks countryside. Finishes at the Dundas Arms right in the canal got a well earned pint. Directions on the app were spot on and accurate.

The only reason not 5 star is, there was quite a lot of road walking but still a really enjoyable walk overall.

6 days ago

Great views and flowers

excellent circular walk Good pub st the end.

nice and easy walk. most difficult part is 1 high sty

Not the best, but nice meadows, wild flowers, lots of sheep (and sheep dung). Good for a variety of woodland and open fields. Nice to finish with a pint and some food at the pub.

Great route through the Surrey Hills near Cranleigh

Lovely peaceful walk, mainly off road, entire route accessible, takes you through Heckington village where you can get a nice cuppa from the windmill tea room, would definitely walk again

An excellent introduction to Cheltenham. The route description is clear and accurate, and there's lots of fascinating historical information.

over grown
7 days ago

Great trail. Village shop only open till 12pm on Saturday so make sure to bring a drink with you. Lots of beautiful wildlife including ducklings and deers.

Really nice and quiet this close to the city. Lots of farms, horses and riders along the way.

7 days ago

Tough climb to start but very enjoyable and rewarded with great views. Didn’t see any other people on a Friday around 6 which was great, and very little road noise. Saw pheasant, deer and even a few ducks all up the hill. Nice little pub at the end too.

Great views and not much road noise. Nice cut through a small village with interesting buildings and a great pub for lunch.

Fantastic hike with stunning views all over Weymouth bay

Paths across fields impassable. Totally obscured by rape crop ( May). I wouldn’t recommend walk in wet weather, without wellington boots!

One stretch of pathway was very over grown no shorts

Loved this walk. Beautiful scenery and views.

Would recommend this walk has beautiful views last 900metres will be very muddy after wet weather The pub does not open on Mondays

Beautiful walk, very peaceful, lots of places to sit and just look for wildlife..very good walk.

Beautiful walk on a warm sunny day, took the baby in the carrier too and she loved it. Would definitely do again but would avoid after wet weather, it looks potentially very muddy in some areas!

Disappointing walk on mostly fenced off paths in the town. Highlight is the 10 minute part next to the canal.

May 2019. Lovely route. Part closed so it’s not a full loop. Still can be done.

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