Walk Videos

There are over 150 videos of the various walks on this website. Here are a few of them.

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Amberley to Arundel. 19/2/12.

Another delightful South Downs walk! This time, a shorter outing of around 9 miles. Setting out from Amberley, the walker is soon on The South Downs way for a short while, taking in some classic downland views.Then, it's through a conservation area to Wepham Down, before a gentle descent into the pretty village of Burpham for lunch. Thereafter, the walk follows The River Arun through a Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve; this provides some great views of both Arundel Park and the castle prior to reaching the station. A varied walk of down and river away from the beaten track; a delightful entree for 'newcomers' to the Downs! (Unrecognised bird in this video is believed to be a Cirl Bunting).

Cowden to Eridge. 27/7/09.

A classic Wealden walk in Kent/East Sussex. Around 12 miles through pastures, woods and gentle hills; lunch is in Hartfield, home to 'Pooh's Corner'. (Mobile phone quality).

Crowthorne to Sandhurst. 22/2/19.

This was a very decent 9.5 mile walk on another lovely, early Spring day. The walker leaves the station, built to serve Wellington college, and passes through some pleasant mixed woodland, heaths and pastures, including the National Trust's Finchampstead Ridges. Lunch is taken at the delightful, 12th century, St.James' church, Finchamptead, though there is also a nice pub alternative. Thereafter, there's a section of walking along the Blackwater Valley Path, past former sand and gravel quarries that are being restored. This is the Moor Green Lakes Nature Reserve. Sandhurst station is attained soon afterwards, so ending another excellent day's walking. (A Shoveller Duck is believed to be one of those below the Cormorant perch and the large flock earlier is thought to be Wigeon).

Hassocks to Upper Beeding.12.7.10.

Around 10 miles of delightful South Downs walking; over Wolstonbury and Edburton Hills and onto the glacial work of art that is Devil's Dyke. After lunch, the walker follows the South Downs Way along the Fulking Escarpment before descending into the riverside village of Upper Beeding. (Mobile phone quality).

Hever to Leigh. 1/ 2/10.

Another 9 miles through the 'Garden of England', passing two castles, a stately home, rivers, ponds, woods, and the National Trust village of Chiddingstone. (Mobile phone quality).

Islip Circular. 6.4.19.

This was an interesting walk of almost 12 miles in the countryside north of Oxford. Setting out from the recently rebuilt halt/station at Islip, the birthplace of Edward the Confessor, the walker is soon crossing the River Ray and fields to arrive in the village of Noke. From here, it's on through the RSPB reserve of Otmoor for lunch in the 'Wetland Watch' bird hide. Thereafter, the walker passes the rifle range of MOD Otmoor prior to reaching the village of Beckley, where there is a pub option for lunch. Then, it's on through Woodeaton village, along the banks of the River Cherwell and then back into Islip. A nice walk with historical and ornithological elements. The peace could soon be destroyed though, should plans for an 'Expressway' come to fruition near Otmoor.

Lewes via West Firle Circular. 25/9/11.

About 14.5 miles of walking around the South Downs. Starting from the historic town of Lewes, the walker is soon climbing to obtain great views over it and its castle. Shortly after, further great views are had from the old fort of Mount Caburn. After lunch in Firle, there's a climb up towards Firle Beacon to join The South Downs way; walking Westwards along this towards Southease provides the walker with some further great views, both inland and towards the coast. From Southease, it's around 4 miles of level walking along the levee of the River Ouse back into Lewes. A very pleasant walk with some fine views. (Some wind interference on the commentary).

Oxted Circular. 4/9/11.

Around 13.2 miles of walking on the Kent/Surrey border through the wooded Greensand Hills. Shortly after leaving Oxted, the walker is soon at Limpsfield Church; thereafter, a number of wooded paths, including The Greensand Way, take the walker into Westerham for lunch. After lunch, the walker ascends Hosey Hill to enter Tower Wood and then on to Chartwell for the return to Oxted. A very pleasant walk despite the variable weather (pretty much all of part 3 in the walking notes could not be filmed due to the rain but this was pretty much inside woodland).

Petersfield to Liss. 5.10.09.

Around 11 miles of walking through the Hampshire countryside. Much of the walk follows the Hangers Way, through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a fine view from the top of Shoulder of Mutton Hill. (Mobile phone quality).

Robertsbridge Circular. 20/3/11.

A classic High Weald walk of around 11.5 miles; rolling hills, woods, hop fields and orchards. Lunch can be had early at the recommended pub in Silver Hill, later at Bodiam Castle (with it's picnic facilities) or at several good view points along the way. There is a choice of routes to finish the walk; either by the River Rother or the more undulating 'standard' route, which this walker took. A very nice walk walk which is not difficult to undertake; still some dilapidated styles though. Would be very attractive during the bluebell season methinks. (Can anyone identify the large bird of prey on this video, as I can't; Hen Harrier? Seems a bit too black...).

Tring to Wendover, Part 2. 25/10/10.

After lunch at All Saints Church, Buckland, the walk continues through Aston Clinton, past an M.O.D airfield, and on to the Wendover Arm Canal (the 'leaky canal' built in 1793, but closed in 1904). Then into Wendover Woods and a climb up Aston Hill, past the 'Cafe in the Wood' and the nearby adventure playground before a descent back into Wendover.

Wendens Ambo Circular. 27/10/17.

Almost 15 miles of walking on a glorious Autumn day in the chalky uplands of North-West Essex. There's picturesque thatched cottages in attractive villages; rolling hills; wooded greenways and some good examples of 'pargeting' ( a medieval plastering method). Lunch is had at Chrishall church, one of a number of attractive churches on the walk. This is also close to the highest point in Essex (147m, 482ft), offering views down the 'winding valley' that gives Wendens Ambo' its name. Thereafter, the Icknield Way is followed to Elmdon, with views across the Cambridgeshire Plain, followed by more field boundaries, another crossing of the noisy M11, prior to the descent back into Wendens Ambo. A very decent walk, marking the last longer one before the onset of GMT. Always a sad occasion for this walker...

Hiking Chipstead to Kingswood, shot with GoPro Hero 5 Black and DJI Spark Drone.

Another nice hike downloaded from The Saturday Walkers Club. Around 16KM hike from Chipstead to Kingswood, all in Surrey. Reasonably demanding hike made harder by the high temperatures. Lots of walking through forests and trails. Shot with GoPro Hero 5 Black mounted on GoPro Karma gimbal, Samsung Galaxy S9+ and DJI SPark Drone. Edited with Cyberlink Power Director for Android. Link to walk: https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/chipstead-to-kingswood/ Thanks for watching and please remember to like and subscribe! Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/liamchad/ http://twitter.com/liamchad http://www.facebook.com

Algarve, Sete vales suspensos (parte 1) - Trilho / Trail

Trilho dos sete vales suspensos (parte 1) Vale centianes Praia do Carvalho Carvoeiro, Lagoa www.trilhosdoalgarve.com Caracterização e Interesses: Algarve, Lagoa, Carvoeiro, Vale centianes, Farol da Alfanzina, Praia do Carvalho, distancia cerca de 10 kms ida e volta. GPS : N 37º 5' 34" W 8º 27' 4" Inicio / Fim GPS : N 37º 5' 12" W 8º 26' 37" Farol da Alfanzina GPS : N 37º 5' 9" W 8º 26' 8" Miradouro - Praia do Carvalho Google maps : geo:lat=37.08589208760639 geo:lon=-8.435075283050537

Last updated : May-19