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hiking
21 hours ago

Dog friendly mostly flat and lovely views

easy, a bit hilly and if you have a dog needs to be on leash for 2 small areas.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

A lovely circular walk. Very muddy on a mid October day. Easy to follow Waypoints. Also you can follow the National Trust gold signs.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Good trail. One problem - why are some of the top rails so high of some the stiles. Most of the party were fine but with hip problems at least 3 of the stiles caused some of us problems and detracted from the walk.. In some cases the step ups were too short, making it difficult to manoeuvre. Otherwise enjoyed.

hiking
1 day ago

We parked outside the entrance to Wray Castle, on the roadside. Walked down the entrance drive to the Castle, kids played in the woodland play area. Then a gorgeous flat walk along the west side of Lake Windermere for couple of miles. Then up through managed woodland on the east side of Latterbarrow. Very quiet, not many about despite it being a beautiful autumn day. Latterbarrow is only 207m, but the top gives wonderful views of Hawkshead village, towards Tarn How's, Coniston Old Man, Waterhead, and a good stretch of Windermere. We finished off walking through Tock How Farm, past Hole House, and back toward Wray Castle. Moderate is a fair assessment.

hiking
1 day ago

It takes around 3 hours plus comfort brakes really enjoyed that walk.

Just beautiful. Although parking situation is horrible at this location. You can do any of a hundred different routes. Pick a good day and enjoy the views.

Great walk in the forest, stopping off at the stables coffee shop.

hiking
muddy
2 days ago

Great hike and highly recommended, but this trail should be rated easy. There is nothing moderate about it. The trail is well marked with silver arrows directing each turn (similar to the yellow arrows on the Camino de Santiago) and I loved looking for them. The terrain is varied and includes walking through towns, countryside paths, through lovely vineyards and across private fields. It is perfect for a tourist (like me) as the trail starts and stops at a train station. We added in the Box Hill Stepping Stone trail to this route and it added about 3 miles overall. We detoured near the Westhumble Train Station and completed the Box Hill Stepping Stone trail and then returned to this trail and continued to the end in Dorking. I did this trail for my 48th birthday and it was a perfect day and we enjoyed it very much. Only caveat is the trail is muddy in a few places. We were able to get by with only waterproof trainers but the locals were all smartly wearing rubber boots.

Great hike, but it should be marked moderate. The climb is steep up to the top of the hill consisting of mostly uneven steps. The view from the top is worth the effort. The descent was slippery due to clay like dirt which was saturated due to recent rainfall. There were no steps on descent. Also we had to detour and take walking bridge instead of stepping stones as river was high and swift and stepping stones were submerged. We did this hike in conjunction with Mole Gap detouring near Westhumble Train Station

Done this walk today, and even after 3 days of rain I found the trail conditions easy going. Lovely & picturesque walk well enjoyed it.

A really enjoyable walk, mostly on level ground. We walked it the day after heavy rain - though it was soft in a few places the ground was generally firm. Some of the way points were not obvious, particularly on the final stretch across field back towards Steventon, but we recovered well. The churches are very pretty and in lovely rural settings. All Saints at Ashe was, in my opinion, the prettiest - a flint construction with a lovely wooden tower. We took it easy, stopping to take photographs along the way and to admire the churches. It took us around 3 hours

lovely walk in the wood. 5 easy km, very flat walk and very beautiful.

Very hard going up through the moors but great when you get to the top

Excellent walk through the woods, footpaths are great even in very wet weather

hiking
muddy
washed out
2 days ago

A gentle walk mostly by the side of the canal. Terrible conditions at the moment due to all the rain but surrounded by lovely countryside. The Black Horse pub also has a tea room that welcomes dogs - we didn’t try it out though.

Great lunch at the Robin Hood Inn. Lovely walk back to Chatsworth. Slight detour to avoid cows on the hill, but all good.

hiking
muddy
2 days ago

Forest area a little boring but great otherwise!

The first part from Chatsworth is great, then the route is blocked by private tracks and while the first few gates are not padlocked, the top gate is, meaning a trek across a field to rejoin the route. The worst part is the main road from the track to most of the way to the Robin Hood Inn, the footway is virtually non existent and dangerous to follow; this part of the route needs updating to traverse the adjacent field - albeit today it looks terribly sodden and may itself have other risks. It seems the Robin Hood Inn doesn't open till 1200 Tuesday to Sunday and is closed Mondays.

hiking
2 days ago

Great memories as a kid coming up here with my dad... awesome walk

Definitely not 10.5k. Got to the pub around halfway and had covered 8km. Lots of nice scenery but very muddy whilst raining.

This was a city walk through the town and some park areas rather than a trail hike. There’s a couple of lovely areas with nice shops and cafes and the walk passes lovely big houses. It was frustrating to have to constantly check the map route as you have to stay on top of it - lots of turns.

Great flat walk in woodland and open fields. Easy terrain but muddy after several wet autumn days. It was interesting to see the old moat surrounding the site of the former Manor House Ideal length for a walk with children Very enjoyable

Really enjoyed this circular walk. Very varied terrain including canal paths, fields and woodland paths. There was a very muddy patch so we had to take a bit of a detour!

hiking
3 days ago

Nice little easy walk. Some muddy parts as to be expected at this time of year but nothing uncrossable. Quite a few lanes and the odd road where you have to keep your dog on a lead but most of these were quiet.

Lovely varied walk with nice cafe at the end.

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
3 days ago

Lovely walk along the canal. Gets a bit narrow in places and is very muddy after rain. Definitely not good for buggies, but bikes and walkers are fine.

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