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Nice easy walk, very good paths - mostly roads and gravelled trails, so really good for days when the. weather isn't so good and you don't fancy being stuck up on the moorland in the middle of a cloud and horizontal rain. I was lucky that it was pretty quiet when I went because it had just rained. I can imagine it normally is extremely busy. ALSO - the elevation gain listed here is wrong, it's actually about 300m. There aren't any really big hills. There are some really love lovely views, despite not being high up!

A gorgeous walk a couple of years ago but sadly there is a section closed now due to HS2. The walk is adaptable but just not the same. Was gutted to see it

8 hours ago

Awesome trail tough on the thighs though we ended up Going a different route back down though which ended up taking it to 18 mile. Would advice sticking to the route

11 hours ago

Lovely easy walk, ideal for an evening walk!

We had to use our initiative on this one once or twice. The trail was cut off around the back of Chartwell house and another section towards the end was totally overgrown. Nice walk though, plant of wildlife to see.

Amazing walk - only tried it because it was so highly rated on this app. Very scenic, great if you have a dog. We walked an extra 0.5km to see the waterfall. Will defo do again!

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11 hours ago

on Borsdane Woods

12 hours ago

This is a gorgeous out and back walk, through a leafy forest. You could mountain bike too, as there are paths. There are lots of dog walkers, but we were still able to socially distance as the pathways are wide.

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

Lovely walk. Lots of sheep and cows on the way so dogs were on and off the leads. Lovely streams for the dogs to paddle in. Lots of different types of scenery. One part where it was tricky for larger dogs to get through the sty, no bigger than labs.

Overcast and cool but perfect for walking with the dog.

Stunning 360 views once you climb up out of Scorriton. It was a long climb but well worth it. Very dry when we hiked it, but can imagine after heavy rain parts would be very boggy. A few streams and rivers for the dog to drink from. Really recommend if you are fairly fit and don’t mind hill climbing.

Nice little short walk. The steps at the start are steep but the view when you get to the top is definitely worth the climb. Be aware that the slope on the way back is muddy (especially in the rain) and there’s nothing to hold on to.

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

14 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

14 hours ago

Lovely peaceful walk through countryside. Didn’t see another soul... great for social distancing! Would imagine route to be very muddy during winter but perfect for a (dry!) summers day.

First of all the distance is just over 3k. 7k is from Stanford to Charney and back to Stanford. Nice trail with some wild flowers. Footpath is good condition but not suitable for buggies and mobility aids. Some of the track towards Charney end is narrow with some overgrown stinging nettles and rabbit holes in the path. The route did not have many people but with current social distancing guidelines, it will be difficult in places to let people pass. If you are running this course then I would lean towards using trail shoes.

14 hours ago

One steep climb and very rough terrain but a nice trail with lots of different birds

A lovely hike in the malvern’s. A walk of two halves. The first half of the trail be prepared for super steep descents and some ever growing ascends. However the views from all three peak tops are incredible. The second part of the walk from the lake back is super easy and flat. A great trail overall.

Lovely walk with some uphill climbs and rocky paths and a few waterfalls too

Probably one of the best walks I’ve done in a while!! It was a beautiful day so felt like I was abroad, all sorts of terrain and amazing views.

beautiful views and lovely forest bits to walk though

Nice local walk easy to follow

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

15 hours ago

Very pretty with many wooded areas offering good shade on a hot day. Varied landscapes. Good parking

we started by turning right at the beginning of the walk where there is option to start either for the circular walk. and were glad we did as the final stretch of the walk cuts across a farmers field which we would never have found our back out of if we had gone then other way! All in all beautiful woods to walk through with a little river, though the last part through the farmers field does not feel right cutting over the crops..also there is now a fence up which you have to walk around to get back to the beginning. think the route could do eith being updated! we still had a nice walk though.

Beautiful walk with a wonderful suprise at the end with springs, waterfalls and rocky paddling.

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