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Coventry, West Midlands Map

Easy to follow, fairly enjoyable walk. Had to keep my dog on his lead the whole time which was a shame. A farmers dog chased us at one point so be careful and keep moving. A couple of the passageways were very narrow with overgrown nettles so I’d advise wearing protective clothing.

Picturesque walk - easy to follow and pub at the end of it 👍 Linda, April 2019

Couldn’t even find the starting point gate from the very unclear directions from the car park so not having any faith in the rest of the directions abandoned the walk. Hope the rest of the walks on this app are more clear. ADMIN RESPONSE: The best way to navigate the walks is to use the live GPS Map on the iFootpath App. This shows your live location (a blue dot) on the route (a red line) and will always keep you on track. There are full user guides for the App on the iFootpath website.

A good walk although some sections very overgrown. We used public transport and joined near Berkswell station a short walk to Baulk lane near the finish/start.

I quite enjoyed the route. the only issue I had was that just after point 2 in the map, you had to essentially go through what looked like a farm the path was blocked by farm dogs who were loose and didn't seem particularly friendly towards walkers. Had to double back to the road and cut that bit out. so to future walkers, I'd miss that bit out. ADMIN RESPONSE: Glad you enjoyed the walk and thanks for letting us know about the farm dogs. We can confirm that the loop from Waypoint 2 does follow official public rights of way, first alongside the railway and then through a field with the farm buildings to your right. If you felt threatened by farm dogs you certainly did the right thing by using the road instead - and good advice should the same thing happen to future walkers. You could report this matter to the local County Council, as having threatening dogs loose on a right of way is a reportable offence.