SWC Walks

Region Star # Walk Km Effort Ht. gain Description London
Algarve 187 The 7 Hanging Valleys Karst Limestone Coast 16.0 2 225 Spectacular (but gentle) cliff top coastal swimming walk with karst limestone scenery - arches, stacks, blow holes, coves, headlands, and sandy beaches
Anglesey 103 Newborough Warren Circular 19.0 2 100 Remote coastal walk with sand dunes, beaches, pine forests and salt marsh - ideal for rest day, or when there is bad weather on the tops.
Bedfordshire 233 Arlesey to Letchworth Garden City 25.4 4 175 Achalk stream, the Greensand Ridge, the ‘Cathedral of the Chilterns’, a motte-and-bailey and abandoned medieval village, the Icknield Way past a lavender farm to a Garden City. KX
Bedfordshire 264 Biggleswade to Sandy 18.8 2 100 The Greensand Ridge Walk along grassy tracks and woodland trails, with two picturesque villages KX
Bedfordshire cw1.17 Bow Brickhill to Woburn Sands 18.7 6 275 Woburn village, Woburn Abbey (stately home) and deer park via woodland and many gentle hills E
Bedfordshire 231 Flitwick Circular 25.0 4 275 Tranquil Flit River, wooded fringes of Flitwick Moor, quiet villages, the De Grey Mausoleum, Wrest House and Gardens, the Greensand Ridge (views), and the heart of Flitwick Moor. EC LB
Bedfordshire 230 Harlington to Flitwick 24.6 5 325 Sundon Hills, the Sharpenhoe Clappers, a Neolithic hill fort, hill top lunch pub in Pulloxhill, and Flitwick ancient woodland. StP
Bedfordshire 229 Leagrave to Harlington 23.1 4 325 Meadows, solitary North Chiltern hills, ancient woodlands, steep chalk escarpments, 2 Neolithic hill forts, Barton Hills (chalk downs), and the hill top village of Harlington. EC LB
Bedfordshire 232 Lidlington to Flitwick 22.1 5 300 Marston Vale, the Greensand Ridge, mixed woods and open parkland, heathland, historic Ampthill, ruin of Houghton House, a narrow path through the heart of Flitwick Moor. TL E StP
Bedfordshire 412 Sandy to Arlesey 17.8 2 100 The Lodge Nature Reserve, Biggleswade Common and Jordans Mill on the River Ivel KX
Bedfordshire 404 Stewartby to Ridgmont 19.3 4 275 In the footsteps of John Bunyan - Stewartby Lake, Millennium Country Park, Lower Shelton, Marston Thrift Woods, Cranfield and Holcot Wood. Largely flat. E StP
Bedfordshire 394 Woburn Sands to Ridgmont 20.8 3 250 Edgewick Farm, Aspley Woods, Greensand Way, Woburn Abbey, Church End, Woburn Safari Park, and Husborne Crawley E StP
Berkshire 260 Aldermaston to Woolhampton via Frilsham 22.9 6 425 West Berkshire Downs: ancient woodlands, commons, pretty villages, historical pubs, chalk streams, water meadows, heathland, finishes via landscaped park or the Kennet canal. P
Berkshire 117 Aldermaston to Woolhampton via Stanford Dingley 20.4 4 275 Quiet and scenic West Berkshire Downs: woodlands, fields, commons, chalk stream valleys, heathland, finish along a canal or through parkland. P
Berkshire 399 Bedwyn Circular via Savernake Forest and Marlborough 31.0 7 425 More veteran trees than anywhere else in Europe, undulating pastures, historic Marlborough and the landscaped Tottenham Park P
Berkshire 83 Blackwater to Wokingham 26.5 5 200 A varied walk starting alongside the River Blackwater and taking in meadows, lakes, mixed woodland, pasture and fruit farms before finishing at an attractive market town. CJ W
Berkshire 17 Goring Circular 18.0 4 350 An undulating route through Berkshire with lunch at The Bell, a refreshingly traditional pub. P
Berkshire cw2.9 Kintbury to Great Bedwyn 21.0 5 300 Quiet fields before lunch, the Test Way (a long, open, ridge walk, potentially muddy), and a pretty forest walk to return to pretty, canalside Bedwyn. P
Berkshire 56 Maidenhead to Marlow 14.2 3 75 A pretty stretch of the Thames to Cookham in the morning. After lunch, a hill with a view of the Thames valley, or continue along the Thames Path. Can be done as 2 short walks. P
Berkshire cw1.33 Mortimer to Aldermaston 15.9 3 75 Gentle. A stream, Roman Calleva, and an optional canal side extension. P
Berkshire 34 Newbury Racecourse to Woolhampton 17.0 2 175 Easy walk with some gentle climbs en route which crosses Greenham Common, a former World War II and NATO airfield. P
Berkshire 133 Slough to Egham via Windsor Great Park 16.0 2 100 An introductory walk passing Windsor Castle with lots of history, deer, pheasants, and the Royal Landscape. P
Berkshire cw1.18 Sunningdale to Windsor 17.0 2 125 Virginia Water, Windsor Great Park, the Long Walk, and Windsor Castle CJ W
Berkshire 61 Reading to Henley 16.9 1 25 A pretty stretch of the Thames towpath CJ P
Brecon Beacons 86 Black Mountain from Glyntawe 14.6 6 1,225 A strenuous start then easy route finding along a glacial ridge through wild upland scenery to one of the highest peaks in the Brecon Beacons National Park with spectacular views.
Brecon Beacons 339 Black Mountains Ridge 24.9 10 1,075 Spectacular mountain ridge walk - Hay Bluff, Lord Hereford's Knob, & Waun Fach. Tough, with shorter easier options. Car only.
Brecon Beacons 372 Blorenge from Abergavenny 19.6 7 1,000 Initial brutal ascent then gentle contours along a tramroad, past ruins of the industrial past to Blorenge's upland plateau. Fantastic views of Usk Valley and Black Mountains
Brecon Beacons 278 Brecon Beacons Horseshoe from Neuadd Reservoir 15.3 6 775 A classic horseshoe walk of the Brecon Beacons (Pen y Fan, Corn Du, Fan y Big) around a glacial valley, with an extension to Waun Rydd
Brecon Beacons 306 Brecon Circular via Y Gaer Battle and Pen Y Crug 18.1 5 575 Lowland walk along rivers, via a Roman Fort and a low ridge to an ancient hill fort
Brecon Beacons 308 Bwlch Circular via Mynydd Troed and Llangors Lake 21.6 7 875 Via an easily accessible glacial ridge to the largest natural lake in South Wales and an ancient hillfort
Brecon Beacons 370 Crickhowell Circular via Mynydd Llangatwg and Craig y Cilau 18.9 6 925 Llangattock Escarpment with surreal slag heaps, quarries and cliffs, optional caving and a raised bog. Then lush pastures along the Usk Valley with Black Mountains views.
Brecon Beacons 333 Crickhowell Circular via Table Mountain and the three Pens 20.4 8 1,125 Table Mountain and an airy ridge walk in the Black Mountains across three tops with a scenic descent.
Brecon Beacons 285 Fan Dance 21.8 8 1,125 SAS fitness exercise. Storey Arms over Pen y Fan to Torpantau, and back again, against the clock, with a full pack
Brecon Beacons 307 Craig Y Nos to Llwyn Y Celyn 21.5 8 1,000 Remote mountain traverse: limestone scenery, Fan Gyhirych, a glacial escarpment, great views all around. Bus travel.
Brecon Beacons 280 Henrhyd Waterfalls from Craig y Nos 13.4 3 600 Rewarding walk through Craig y Nos Country Park and above the Tawe River or via the Cribarth limestone plateau, then up a scenic wooded gorge to South Wales' highest waterfall
Brecon Beacons 332 Llangynidr to Bwlch or Circular 21.9 7 1,100 Up a tight valley to the Chartist Cave in the limestone uplands of Mynydd Llangynidr, return along the rim of the Crawnon Valley.
Brecon Beacons 347 Llanvihangel Crucorney Circular via Bryn Arw and The Skirrid 20.5 7 1,000 Two easily accessible ridge walks south east of the Black Mountains, quiet pastures with views and a Michelin-starred lunch pub
Brecon Beacons 335 Pandy Inn to Llanvihangel Crucorney 24.7 8 975 Offa's Dyke Path along Hatterrall Hill and Ridge, return through the Vale of Ewyas past Llanthony Priory and the Leaning Church in Cwmyoy
Brecon Beacons 85 Pen Y Fan and Corn Du from Storey Arms 7.6 3 525 A classic, and very popular, short walk climbing up to the two highest peaks in the Brecon Beacons along an engineered path.
Brecon Beacons 401 Storey Arms to Libanus or Circular via Ystradfellte 30.0 10 925 Strenuous route in the Fforest Fawr: 4 peaks, upland moor, limestone plateaus, and a glorious descent into the Usk Valley. Stretches of pathless terrain
Brecon Beacons 334 Sugar Loaf Circular from Abergavenny 19.0 6 750 Ascent of the iconic Sugar Loaf along quiet paths: lush pastures, ancient oak woods, grassy ridges, heather and gorse. Tea at a vineyard.
Brecon Beacons 279 The Black Mountain from Glyntawe 21.9 8 1,575 A spectacular ridge walk to Fan Brycheiniog, Fan Foel and Waun Lefrith. Return via a glacial valley below the ridge, or remote moorland, shakeholes and a waterfall
Brecon Beacons 371 The Clydach Gorge 17.9 4 725 Wild and dramatic Clydach Gorge: waterfalls, cascades, fast-flowing waters, ancient beechwoods as well as an ironworks' ruins and an elevated railway line
Brecon Beacons 400 Waterfall Country 22.4 8 950 More rapids, cascades and waterfalls than any other walk, wooded gorges, limestone uplands, caves, mines and far views
Buckinghamshire 36 Amersham Circular via Chalfont St Giles 13.5 3 325 An easy walk along gentle hills above the Misbourne valley to the attractive village of Chalfont St Giles.
Buckinghamshire 194 Aylesbury Vale Parkway to Aylesbury 25.9 5 200 Quiet hill top villages in eastern Aylesbury Vale. Finishing with a long stretch along the Grand Union Canal. M
Buckinghamshire cw1.10 Beaconsfield Circular 19.5 4 200 Gentle hills, Chalfont St Giles, and Jordans, a hamlet with Quaker links M
Buckinghamshire 189 West Drayton to Cookham 27.3 5 200 Lowland heaths and mature woodland close to London. Can be done as 2 shorter walks. P
Buckinghamshire cw1.41 Bow Brickhill to Leighton Buzzard 14.7 2 250 The Greensand Ridge, River Ouzel and Grand Union Canal E
Buckinghamshire 195 Cheddington to Leighton Buzzard 24.8 4 200 Delightful hill top villages in East Bucks. Panoramic views of The Chilterns and into Aylesbury Vale. E
Buckinghamshire cw2.4 Chesham to Great Missenden 15.5 3 225 Undulating Chilterns walk close to London with lunch in The Lee, a charming village, and the woods of Frith Hill to finish.
Buckinghamshire 81 Chorleywood to Chesham 15.8 5 325 The Chess Valley, one of the most beautiful and tranquil parts of the Chiltern Hills, yet never more than a couple of kilometres from the Metropolitan Line. The walk dips in and out of the valley, with a number of fine panoramic views
Buckinghamshire cw1.5 Great Missenden to Amersham 16.3 5 300 The Chilterns, beech woods, and Little Missenden. M
Buckinghamshire 191 Haddenham Circular via Brill 27.7 7 450 Strenuous walk linking several hill top villages in the rolling landscape of the north westerly Aylesbury Vale, with splendid views throughout. M
Buckinghamshire 193 Haddenham to Aylesbury via Gibraltar and Ford 23.4 3 150 The scenic heart of Aylesbury Vale: picturesque hamlets in the Thame Valley, Notley Abbey, Dinton Hall and Hartwell House. M
Buckinghamshire 192 Haddenham to Aylesbury via Waddesdon 25.3 5 300 Tranquil stretches of the Thame Valley, combined with a few energetic climbs and long passages through two magnificent Rothschild estates. M
Buckinghamshire 10 Little Kimble to Saunderton 17.0 4 450 Easy Chilterns walk with lunch at a favourite inn of the poet Rupert Brooke M
Buckinghamshire cw1.45 Princes Risborough to Great Missenden 15.7 6 350 Hilly. The Chilterns, and Bryant's Bottom M
Buckinghamshire cw1.52 Princes Risborough to Wendover 16.9 6 475 The Ridgeway, lovely views and the Chilterns. M
Buckinghamshire cw2.2 Saunderton via Bledlow Circular 17.3 6 375 The Chilterns: the Ridgeway Path over an open ridge, returning by peaceful and secluded valleys. M
Buckinghamshire cw2.3 Saunderton via West Wycombe Circular 16.0 4 375 The Chilterns: wooded forests (very muddy in winter), Hughenden Manor (NT), West Wycombe Caves (of Hellfire club fame), finishing with a short ridge walk M
Buckinghamshire cw2.5 Tring Circular 16.3 4 350 The Chilterns: An open ridge walk to Ivinghoe Beacon, gentle forests, and a classic village pub for tea. CJ EC E
Buckinghamshire cw1.11 Tring to Wendover 21.0 6 225 A Grand Union Canal walk in the morning, fields in the middle, and finally the wooded hills of the Chilterns CJ EC E
Buckinghamshire cw2.1 Wendover Circular 18.5 7 550 The Chilterns: gentle wooded hills and ridges. M
Buckinghamshire 140 Wendover Circular via The Lee and Swan Bottom 20.0 5 400 Along the Ridgeway through the Chiltern Hills and through many splendid woodlands, a conservation village and idyllic Lee Common M
Cambridgeshire 105 Cambridge via Grantchester Circular 15.0 1 25 Cambridge and its Colleges, Grantchester, Trumpington and the University Botanic Gardens KX LS
Cambridgeshire 118 Ely Circular 18.0 2 25 An easy walk through open Fenland, The River Great Ouse, 'big' skies, tree-lined farm tracks, historic Ely Cathedral and a quayside stroll at the end KX
Cambridgeshire 31 Huntingdon Circular 18.8 2 25 Easy walk beside the Great Ouse river to the attractive village of Houghton and its restored water mill, returning through water meadows and a nature reserve. KX
Cambridgeshire cw1.26 Shelford to Cambridge 23.5 5 50 Granchester, the River Cam and the Cambridge colleges. LS
Cumbria 414 Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell 33.0 10 1,050 Exhilarating route along the North Pennines Ridge, over the highest hills in England outside of the Lake District
Cumbria 413 Hadrian's Wall Path Core Section 54.0 10 950 The most scenic and feature-heavy central section of Hadrian's Wall described as day walks from train stations or bus stops
Cumbria 415 High Cup Nick 23.9 8 750 One of the finest natural features in northern England, the spectacular High Cup Nick, on good paths and with easy route finding
Cumbria 416 Nine Standards 18.1 6 575 Up to iconic landmark cairns with supreme views then through short peat bog and around the scenic Dukerdale, or along upland watershed above Mallerstang Valley to Garsdale
Cumbria 417 Wild Boar Fell 23.3 7 675 Remote ridge walk above the Mallerstang Valley with Howgill Fells views, via Swarth Fell to Wild Boar Fell and down into the Upper Eden Valley
Dartmoor 325 Ten Tors 93.0 10 850 2 day challenge event over northern Dartmoor with hills, bogs and river crossings - 35, 45 or 55 miles.
Devon 301 Lundy Island Circular 12.7 4 400 Cliff top walk around an island off the north Devon coast.
Devon 156 Seaton to Lyme Regis via the Undercliff 10.8 4 400 Jungle like walk through the Axmouth / Lyme Regis undercliff, with sea views at the start and finish CJ W
Dorset 328 Chesil Beach Spit 16.7 10 100 Remote walk along the length of an iconic shingle spit with views inland and out to see. Shingle! Sep-Mar only. Check firing times! CJ W
Dorset 275 Dorchester Circular or to Portesham 24.3 6 525 Pre-historic landscape of the Dorset Downs with splendid views out to the Jurassic Coast from the South Dorset Ridgeway. Longer extension to the Valley of (Sarsen) Stones CJ W
Dorset 54 Lulworth Cove Circular 22.7 8 1,050 Dramatic coastal scenery, Lulworth cove, hidden beaches, Durdle Door cliff arch, and a ghost town. CJ W
Dorset 402 Maiden Newton Circular or to Dorchester 28.3 8 725 Chalk streams, pretty valleys, rounded hills and broad ridges in the Dorset Downs. Cerne Abbas village with Britain's largest hill figure. CJ W
Dorset 76 Wareham to Swanage or Kingston 19.4 5 500 Heathland, Corfe's ruined castle (NT), either south to the sea at Chapman's Pool or west along a spectacular ridge to the sea and Swanage. CJ W
Dorset 119 Osmington or Dorchester to Abbotsbury 21.0 6 425 Long ridge walk with stunning views over Purbeck, the Isle of Portland, Chesil beach and Lyme bay. Travel by bus. CJ W
Dorset 327 Abbotsbury to West Bay 15.0 4 275 Ridge walk, then coast and beach walk overlooking the majestic sweep of Lyme Regis Bay CJ W
Dorset 73 Branksome to Swanage or Corfe Castle 18.7 3 225 Lovely coastal walk via a busy prom, a short ferry crossing, the start the South West Coast Path, Studland Bay (a sandy beach), Old Harry (cliffs) to a seaside resort or ridge walk to Corfe Castle. Return by bus. CJ W
Dorset 331 West Bay to Lyme Regis 14.2 7 675 Coast walk via Golden Cap (hill) overlooking the majestic sweep of Lyme Regis Bay CJ W
Dorset 99 Weymouth to Lulworth Cove 17.8 8 600 Weymouth Bay, then a dramatic cliff walk past small beaches, then higher cliffs past Durdle Door (stack) to Lulworth Cove CJ W
Dorset 77 Weymouth via Isle of Portland Circular 13.0 4 275 Weymouth's harbour, the South West Coast Path, a disused railway path, industrial archaeology and a grandstand view of the Devon and Dorset coast. CJ W
Dorset 75 Wareham to Lulworth Cove 19.9 7 425 Heathland to Corfe Castle, a great ridge walk, the ghost town of Tyneham, the rollercoaster South West Coast Path, and Lulworth Cove CJ W
Dorset 346 Wool Circular 30.9 9 1,025 Thomas Hardy Country, pretty coombes, the Jurassic Coast (Durdle Door, Stair Hole and Lulworth Cove), Lulworth Park with its fantastic Castle, and Coombe Heath CJ W
Dorset 368 Worth Matravers Circular 10.0 7 350 Purbeck: Keats (dinosaur footprints) and Winspit (swimming) quarries, Chapman's Pool (hidden beach), and Jurassic Coast views. CJ W
East Sussex 29 Ashurst Circular 19.5 5 300 A walk via Pooh Bridge to the attractive Wealden village of Hartfield, with a longer option over the elevated heathland of Ashdown Forest. LB
East Sussex 110 Ashurst to Forest Row and East Grinstead 17.2 5 350 A long walk through Pooh country with far-reaching views from the top of Ashdown Forest. LB
East Sussex 30 Battle Circular 19.0 3 400 The 1066 County Path, picturesque Battle and its Abbey CX
East Sussex 129 Berwick to Birling Gap 18.9 5 425 via Wilmington, Jevington and Flagstaff point V
East Sussex cw2.27 Berwick to Eastbourne 20.5 7 375 A reservoir, then the South Downs Way past pretty villages (Jevington and Wilmington) and a ridge walk. V
East Sussex 90 Berwick to Seaford 14.4 7 400 The South Downs : Windover and 'High and Over' Hills, and picturesque Alfriston. Can be extended with a chalk cliff coastal walk to Seaford. V
East Sussex 379 Bishopstone Circular 21.3 8 650 A demanding walk with spectacular views and 6 distinct climbs, from the sea over the Comp and the South Downs to Berwick, returning via an equally undulating route CJ EC LB V
East Sussex 108 Burgess Hill to Hassocks 26.7 8 475 A long almost circular walk via the Sussex Border Path, Sussex Villages, and the South Downs Way ridge from Ditchling Beacon to Wolstonbury Hill TL CJ EC StP V
East Sussex 95 Buxted Circular 16.3 3 350 A gentle walk through the Weald to Poundgate, with some nice views of the Weald and the distant South Downs. EC LB
East Sussex 60 Eastbourne to East Dean 11.5 5 325 Coastal walk via Eastbourne's promenade, Beachy Head and the 7 Sisters, then inland over the downs to East Dean. Return by bus. V
East Sussex 66 Eastbourne to Hastings via Bexhill 26.6 3 25 Flat coastal walk along the south coast past busy sea front promenades and quiet beaches. V
East Sussex 79 Edenbridge to Westerham 17.8 8 450 A slow climb from Eden Valley to the Greensand Ridge and the High Chart, via Chartwell (NT, Churchill's Home) and Emmetts Garden (NT). CX LB
East Sussex 120 Eridge Circular 16.8 4 275 A heritage railway, a nature reserve and massive sandstone outcrops in the High Weald. EC LB
East Sussex 109 Eridge to Forest Row and East Grinstead 17.5 5 275 Along the High Weald Landscape Trail to some attractive villages in the upper Medway Valley. EC LB
East Sussex 208 Etchingham to Wadhurst via Ticehurst 17.3 5 375 Hilly Wealden landscapes, ancient villages and Bewl Water reservoir CX
East Sussex 23 Forest Row Circular 17.7 4 300 The heathlands of Ashdown Forest. Travel by Bus. CJ EC V
East Sussex cw1.31 Glynde to Seaford 23.0 8 450 The best walk in the book! A South Downs ridge, picture postcard Alfriston, Cuckmere Haven (beach), and cliffs with views of the Seven Sisters. Long but worth it. V
East Sussex 403 Hampden Park to Eastbourne 26.1 8 750 Eastbourne parks, Babylon Down (woods), Jevington, the easterly South Downs, Lullington Heath, Friston Forest, East Dean, Birling Gap, quiet approach to Eastbourne. CJ EC V
East Sussex 50 Hassocks to Brighton 22.5 7 500 Over the South Downs to Brighton, the liveliest city on the South Coast TL CJ EC StP V
East Sussex cw1.29 Hassocks to Lewes 18.0 5 400 A South Downs ridge walk ... maximum view for minimum effort, with historic Lewes to finish. TL CJ EC StP V
East Sussex 169 Hastings Circular via Fairlight Glen Beach 13.0 10 400 Hilly cliff top path via remote Fairlight Glen naturist beach to Fireheights. Return by the same path, a gentler inland route, or along the seashore TL CX StP V
East Sussex cw2.29 Hastings to Rye 19.0 7 475 Seaside Hastings, a hilly cliff walk with 4 steep climbs and a remote naturist beach. Gentle afternoon to historic Winchelsea and Rye via a noted viewpoint. TL CX StP V
East Sussex 47 Lewes Circular via Glynde and Southease 23.6 7 550 An energetic walk over 3 separate hills in the South Downs NP with great views throughout. V
East Sussex 407 Lewes Circular via Swanborough and Black Cap 23.3 6 575 Lewes Priory, Swanborough, the South Downs Way, Black Cap (hilltop) and Lewes Old Racecourse. Undulating. V
East Sussex 134 Lewes to Brighton via Rottingdean 18.7 4 275 The less-frequented heart of the South Downs to Rottingdean, with a pleasant walk along the promenade into Brighton to finish V
East Sussex cw2.24 Lewes to Saltdean 15.5 4 400 South Downs Way along a chalk ridge in the morning, remote Rodmell for lunch, then back up and over the downs to the coast. Undercliff path, or bus to Brighton V
East Sussex 181 Lewes to Seaford via West Firle 22.3 7 475 Glorious ramble over the South Downs to the sea covering areas less frequently walked V
East Sussex cw2.25 Lewes via West Firle Circular 23.3 7 425 Long. A steep hill (views) to Glynde. Lunch in quiet West Firle, then the South Downs Way (chalk ridge), with a flat valley walk back to historic Lewes V
East Sussex 395 Newhaven Circular 24.4 5 425 Newhaven port and fort, Peacehaven cliffs, Piddinghoe, the River Ouse, foothills of the South Downs, Bishopstone and the ‘forgotten village’ of Tide Mills. V
East Sussex 213 Newhaven to Brighton and Portslade 18.4 3 250 A Victorian Fort, White Cliffs, cliff top and cliff bottom paths, Brighton's busy pier and promenade and quieter Hove V
East Sussex 424 Polegate to Birling Gap 11.1 3 450 Across the South Downs to the coast. V
East Sussex cw2.20 Robertsbridge Circular 18.5 4 350 Quiet, rolling hills, Bodiam Castle (NT), with a gentler finish. CX
East Sussex 222 Robertsbridge Circular via Brightling 18.3 3 350 A walk through Jack Fuller Country CX
East Sussex 431 Robertsbridge to Uckfield 38.1 3 1,525 to do CX
East Sussex 365 Rye Figure of 8 21.0 3 100 Three rivers, two castles, and a coastal nature reserve in two linked circular walks. LB StP
East Sussex cw2.28 Seaford to Eastbourne 21.9 9 325 The best walk in the Southeast! A dramatic cliff walk passing Cuckemere Haven, the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head as the South Downs meets the sea. Ends with Eastbourne's promenade and pier. LB V
East Sussex 25 Southease to Eastbourne 27.3 8 650 2 Long Ridge walks over open downs, beautiful Alfriston for lunch, and Eastbourne pier and seafront to finish. V
East Sussex 423 Southease Circular 23.5 6 450 Varied South Downs walk. Sussex Ouse, Centenary Park (Peacehaven), Undercliff Path, the Western Hemisphere, Telscombe Tye, optional climbs and Eastern Hemisphere. V
East Sussex 65 Southease to Rottingdean or Brighton 15.3 4 350 The flat, open Ouse valley to Rodmell and Kingston, then an open chalk ridge to Rottingdean and Brighton. V
East Sussex cw2.26 Southease to Seaford 18.1 6 325 A loop to Rodmell for lunch, then up and across the South Downs. Finishes by the sea. V
East Sussex 112 Stonegate to Robertsbridge 14.0 4 275 The High Weald, Kipling’s home, and panoramic views CX
East Sussex 19 Tunbridge Wells Circular 23.8 6 325 A varied High Weald walk with stretches through parkland, restored heathland and woods containing massive sandstone outcrops, finishing alongside the Spa Valley Railway. CX
East Sussex 262 Uckfield to Buxted 21.6 4 300 Uck Valley, undulating Low Weald Countryside, van Hoogstraten's path, Blackboys Inn, Tickerage Stream valley with Vivien Leigh's home, and Buxted Park EC LB
East Sussex 272 Uckfield to Lewes 20.9 4 225 A gentle walk along river valleys through fields and woods, finishing with a climb over the South Downs above Glyndebourne EC LB
East Sussex 196 Wadhurst to Tunbridge Wells 13.2 4 250 Plenty of fine views on this short High Weald walk to the spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. CX
East Sussex 5 Wadhurst via Bewl Water Circular 17.0 5 475 This walk follows the Sussex Border path to Bewl Water, then follows its banks back to Wadhurst for tea. Gentle gradients but never flat. CX
East Sussex cw1.25 Winchelsea to Hastings 20.3 9 575 The hardest walk in the book. A gentle start with the 1066 Path and a great pub for lunch. After lunch, a great coastal cliff walk with 4 steep climbs, Fairlight Glen naturist beach, fish and chips on Hastings seafront, so one for summer. TL CX StP
East Sussex 316 Winchelsea to Hastings via Three Oaks 26.4 8 575 The 1066 walk route through pleasant hilly territory from Winchelsea to Icklesham and Three Oaks, then south over a ridge to the sea at Fairlight. A strenuous finish into Hastings. TL CX StP
Essex 258 Benfleet Circular via Canvey Island 23.2 2 50 Varied walk around a unique island in the Thames Estuary: mudflats, creeks, river traffic, sandy beaches, seawall murals, grassy marshland, oil terminals & refineries FS LS
Essex 268 Benfleet Circular via Leigh on Sea 15.2 4 200 Hadleigh Castle, Leigh on Sea, and Benfleet Creek FS LS
Essex cw1.8 Bures to Sudbury 16.6 3 175 The Stour Valley Way, Gainsborough country and historic Sudbury. LS
Essex 52 Clacton-on-Sea to Walton-on-the-Naze 11.5 1 50 A short North Sea coastal walk between 2 seaside resorts LS
Essex 276 Epping to Ingatestone via Chipping Ongar 26.9 4 250 The Essex Way and the St. Peter's Way through mildly undulating landscape with plenty of woodlands and historical buildings.
Essex 130 Great Chesterford to Newport 17.5 3 175 Through rolling hills and river valleys to the historic market town of Saffron Walden and one of Britain's finest stately homes. LS
Essex 158 Ingatestone to Battlesbridge 24.8 4 250 The Wid Valley and the Wid itself, Hanningfield Reservoir Nature Reserve and the Crouch Valley via a mix of woods and fields. LS
Essex 216 Kelvedon Circular 23.2 4 175 Gentle Essex walk through the quiet Blackwater Valley to historic Coggeshall, with 300 listed buildings, for lunch. LS
Essex 114 Laindon Circular 20.9 5 325 Essex Hills, wooded Nature Reserves and panoramic Thames Valley Views FS LS
Essex 355 Leigh-on-Sea to Shoeburyness via Southend-on-Sea 12.5 1 25 Gentle coast path with quiet, residential, and seaside resort sections, and the world's longest leisure pier. FS
Essex cw1.39 Manningtree Circular 17.3 4 150 River Stour - Constable country LS
Essex 162 North Fambridge to Burnham-on-Crouch 20.9 2 75 Follow the tidal River Crouch eastwards towards the North Sea atop the sea wall. Wide open and scenic countryside, mudflats, creeks, rich bird life, sailing boats and marinas. LS
Essex 159 South Woodham Ferrers to North Fambridge 25.7 5 275 Varied walk out of the Crouch valley through undulating parts of Essex with a serene riverside finish, passing RHS Garden Hyde Hall, some woods and vineyards. LS
Essex 166 The Broomway and Foulness Island 16.0 3 0 Fabled tidal road off the coast off Essex across Maplin Sands to Foulness Island.
Essex 409 Theydon Bois to Epping 15.5 3 225 An Essex walk with a heritage railway station within easy reach of London
Essex 357 Tilbury to East Tilbury via the 2 Forts Way 13.0 2 25 The 2 Forts Way along the Thames Estuary coast path, passing Tilbury and Coalhouse Artillery Forts FS
Essex cw1.46 Wakes Colne to Bures 17.7 5 150 The Colne Valley, thatched cottages, brooks, farms, woods and undulating hills LS
Essex 98 Walton-on-the-Naze Circular 12.2 2 50 Coastal walk from a faded grandeur Victorian seaside resort with pier to a fast eroding, fossil rich headland and a sand spit. Return along the beach or salt marsh sea wall. LS
Essex 116 Wendens Ambo Circular 23.7 4 225 North West Essex hills and pretty villages LS
Essex 157 Wickford to Battlesbridge 21.0 3 175 Grassy fields, quiet lanes, a smattering of woods, Hanningfield Reservoir Nature Reserve and the tidal River Crouch. LS
Essex cw1.30 Wivenhoe Circular 14.8 2 125 2 circular walks on either side of the Colne estuary. **check ferry times in advance** LS
Essex 247 Wivenhoe to West Mersea or Clacton-on-Sea 18.6 2 50 Tidal river Colne to Brightlingsea. Then short ferry for coast walk to Clacton (long) or West Mersea (bus) LS
Exmoor 123 Foreland Point, Lynmouth and Watersmeet Circular 15.5 5 775 2 short circular walks 1) East along the South West Coast Path past Foreland Point 2) Along the narrow, steep sided River Lyn gorge to picturesque Watersmeet (NT)
Exmoor 124 Heddon's Mouth Circular 9.1 4 450 Short walk to Heddon's Beach, and along the South West Coast Path from a remote country pub. Travel by car only.
Exmoor 125 Minehead to Porlock 14.1 4 350 SWCP Day 1 - Gentle introduction to the coast path, with rugged and tea room options.
Exmoor 142 Porlock to Lynton 18.5 8 1,000 SWCP Day 2 - Spectacular and remote coastal walk.
Exmoor 143 Lynton to Combe Martin 21.8 10 1,175 SWCP Day 3 - Spectacular and remote coastal walk with a nice lunch pub
Glamorgan 296 Barry to Llantwit Major 21.7 6 300 Glamorgan Heritage Coast : Cold Knap point, Porthkerry viaduct, Fontygary, Rhoose and Summerhouse points, Llantwit Major beach
Glamorgan 298 Kenfig Burrows to Porthcawl 14.4 3 100 Kenfig Burrows (sandy dunes), Margham Moors (heathland and edgeland in the shadow of Port talbot steelworks), and quiet sandy beaches
Glamorgan 297 Llantwit Major to Ogmore or Porthcawl 18.2 4 425 Glamorgan Heritage Coast : Llantwit Major beach, St Donat's Bay, Nash Point lighthouse, Traeth Mawr beach, Southendown (Dunraven Bay), Ogmore-by-Sea
Gloucestershire 256 Kemble Circular via Thames Head and Cirencester 27.8 5 225 Past the Thames Head and along a disused canal, then up through woods to the Severn/Thames watershed and back through the magnificent Cirencester Park and Town P
Gloucestershire 224 Kingham to Moreton in Marsh via Adelstrop 17.7 3 125 A First World War Remembrance Walk P
Gloucestershire 115 Moreton-in-Marsh Circular 25.1 5 475 Peaceful walk through the gentle hills of the Cotswolds with great views and charming honey colored villages P
Gloucestershire 288 Moreton-in-Marsh Grand Circular via the Escarpement 42.6 10 1,075 The Cotswold Hills and Escarpment with fine views and bucolic villages - Stanway, Stanton and Snowshill, and optionally, Broadway Tower P
Gower 89 Llanmadoc via Whiteford Sands Circular 11.0 2 225 Out through NT pine forest with salt marsh views to a lighthouse, back along sand dunes and a remote beach.
Gower 269 Mumbles to Three Cliffs Bay 20.0 5 375 Gower coast path via Mumbles Head, Langland bay, Caswell bay, Brandy Cove and Pwlldu bay.
Gower 271 Port Eynon to Rhossili 11.6 4 275 Gower coast path along cliff top paths to Worms Head and spectacular Rhossili bay.
Gower 87 Rhossili via Llangennith Circular 15.3 3 375 A gentle walk, up to then along the downs overlooking a stunning beach with wide ranging sea views, and back along the beach itself.
Gower 88 Rhossili via Worms Head Circular 10.0 4 225 A gentle cliff top headland walk a dramatic extension - a classic walk out to 2 small islands cut off at high tide, with stunning views of Rhossili beach.
Gower 270 Three Cliffs Bay to Oxwich Bay 12.3 3 250 Gower coast path via spectacular Three Cliffs and Oxwich beaches
Hampshire cw2.10 Alton Circular 20.4 4 350 Long but gentle walk visiting Selborne and Chawton, which inspired Jane Austen (writer) and Gilbert White (naturalist) CJ W
Hampshire 74 Bournemouth to Barton-on-Sea 21.6 3 150 A coastal walk along the Bournemouth promenade past Hengistbury Head, with a ferry crossing and some hidden beaches. CJ W
Hampshire 163 Brockenhurst Circular 16.8 3 150 The New Forest - A mix of dense and more open woods. CJ W
Hampshire 226 Brockenhurst to Lymington 20.2 3 125 A varied walk on the southern edge of the New Forest through parkland, woods, open heaths and pasture before a contrasting finish past coastal marshes. CJ W
Hampshire 265 Dean to Mottisfont 27.7 7 425 Remote West Hampshire chalk downlands: varied Woodlands, the scenic valleys of the Wallop Brook and the Dun and Test Rivers and Broughton Down Nature Reserve W
Hampshire 160 Farnham to Blackwater 22.3 5 325 Farnham Park, Caesar’s Camp, Beacon Hill, Bourley Reservoirs, Gelvert Stream, Fleet Pond, Foxlease Meadows and Hawley Common CJ W
Hampshire 318 Fleet Circular 19.5 4 175 Varied heathland and woodland containing some unusual features, returning alongside the Basingstoke Canal. CJ W
Hampshire 84 Hook to Winchfield 20.0 3 150 The River Whitewater and some rural stretches of the Basingstoke Canal, passing the ruins of a medieval castle and visiting an attractive Hampshire town. CJ W
Hampshire 62 Lymington to Barton-on-Sea 15.7 2 50 Easy coastal walk along the Solent Way with views towards the Isle of Wight. Return by bus. W
Hampshire 58 Mottisfont to Romsey 22.6 4 275 Mottisfont Abbey Gardens, West Hampshire Chalk Downs, Dun & Test Valleys and the picturesque market town of Romsey W
Hampshire cw1.3 Netley to Botley 15.2 2 100 The Solent Way and the River Swanick with sea views, marinas and mudflats W
Hampshire 97 Overton Circular 18.7 4 200 North Hampshire hills and Jane Austen's literary landscape CJ W
Hampshire 53 Overton to Whitchurch 17.2 3 150 An easy walk down the Test valley which passes many interesting mills, old and new. CJ W
Hampshire cw2.11 Petersfield to Liss 16.6 5 400 Shoulder of Mutton Hill (steep, fine view) and a very walker friendly pub CJ W
Hampshire 179 Portsmouth to Havant via Hayling Island 17.8 1 0 Portsmouth Harbour, Southsea promenade, Eastney Beach, a ferry to Hayling Island, quiet beaches. Either continue to Eaststoke Point, or head inland along a disused railway path alongside Langstone Harbour. CJ EC V W
Hampshire 358 Bursledon to Gosport 19.4 1 25 River Hamble,and Solent Way coast path past Meon, Browndown, Stokes Bay and Gilkicker Point CJ W
Hampshire 182 Winchester to West Meon or Hinton Ampner 26.1 7 450 Historic Winchester and the South Downs Way. Shorter (via Hinton Ampner NT) and longer (Beacon Hill, and a railway path) options. Return by bus. CJ W
Hampshire 183 West Meon to Petersfield 27.5 9 725 A railway path, The South Downs Way, Old Winchester Hill, Butser Hill, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Buriton and The Hangers Way. CJ W
Hampshire 180 Southbourne to Emsworth via Thorney Island 15.8 1 25 Easy coastal walk around Thorney Island in Chichester's tidal harbour. V W
Hampshire cw1.48 Whitchurch to Andover 19.0 3 125 Longparish, thatched cottages and the River Test W
Hampshire 15 Winchester Circular 18.0 4 300 A historic Cathedral City, St Catherine's Hill and downland. CJ W
Hertfordshire 91 Baldock Circular 19.6 4 225 A flat walk across vast Hertfordshire farmland fields in an area filled with clues to Britain’s Iron Age and Roman past. Follows part of the Icknield Way. KX
Hertfordshire 397 Berkhamsted Circular 15.3 2 250 A short easy walk to the South-East of Berkhamsted, along the Grand Union Canal and across fields to Ashley Green for lunch, returning via Hockeridge Wood. CJ EC E
Hertfordshire 168 Broxbourne Circular 24.3 5 300 Along the New River and up through the Spital Brook valley into Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve and an assortment of ancient, diverse and wild woods. LS
Hertfordshire 311 Cheshunt to Broxbourne 17.5 1 25 River Lee Country Park and Waltham Abbey. LS
Hertfordshire cw1.7 Garston to St Albans 14.6 2 125 River Ver, historic St Albans and the Roman town of Verulamium E
Hertfordshire 55 Harlow Circular 14.0 1 75 An easy walk through south east Hertfordshire. LS
Hertfordshire 351 Harpenden to St Albans 17.6 3 150 A Hertfordshire Town and a Hertfordshire City linked by commons, parks, a country estate and a new woodland forest. StP
Hertfordshire 234 Hitchin Circular 25.6 6 350 Across the most north easterly Chilterns ridge to Pegsdon Hills and Knocking Hoe NNR. A motte-and-double bailey and an abandoned medieval village and the Oughton chalk river KX
Hertfordshire 353 Knebworth Circular 19.9 4 225 Knebworth Hall, pretty Hertfordshire Villages, undulating woodland and fields KX M
Hertfordshire 340 Knebworth to Welwyn Garden City 21.3 3 250 Knebworth Hall, Ayot St Lawrence, and gently undulating woodland and fields. KX M
Hertfordshire 164 Roydon to Sawbridgeworth 22.7 3 200 Open countryside with wheat fields, woods and waterways; stretches of the River Ash in the morning and the Stort Navigation near the end. Passes Henry Moore Foundation. LS
Hertfordshire 210 Sawbridgeworth to Bishops Stortford 23.8 4 275 Sawbridgeworth, gently rolling countryside, fields, woods and waterways, the Stort Navigation, and Bishop's Stortford LS
Hertfordshire 165 St Margarets Circular 24.1 4 275 Quiet rolling Hertfordshire countryside, a haunted, ruined church and long stretches in scenic river valleys. LS
Hertfordshire 366 Tring to Berkhamsted via Tom's Hill 15.5 4 200 A canal, Ashridge estate, Berkhamsted Common and World War One trenches CJ EC E
Hertfordshire 94 Watton-at-Stone Circular 20.0 2 275 The rolling hills of Hertfordshire, the River Beane, and Watton. M
Hertfordshire 69 Welwyn Circular 18.3 2 175 An easy walk through Hertfordshire countryside, visiting Ayot St Lawrence and an ivied Gothic ruin of a church. KX M
Isle of Wight 405 Chale to Ventnor 13.8 6 425 A coastal walk on the Isle of Wight
Isle of Wight 71 Lake to Ryde 21.0 4 250 The north east section of the coastal path: cliffs, Victorian promenades, and a quiet harbour. W
Isle of Wight 369 Lake to Shanklin via Ventnor 15.7 4 475 Hilly SE corner of the Isle of Wight - Sandown Bay, the Landslip, Ventnor, and St Boniface and Luccombe Downs W
Isle of Wight 410 Ventnor to Godshill via Appuldurcombe House 12.6 6 400 A downs walk via a ruined mansion to a picturesque village
Isle of Wight 72 Yarmouth Circular 19.2 5 300 The Isle of Wight coastal path, Tennyson Down, a nature reserve, and a disused railway. W
Kent 236 Ashurst to Eridge 18.2 4 250 A gently undulating High Weald walk in the low hills and valleys around Tunbridge Wells. LB
Kent 330 Aylesford to Maidstone 18.8 5 275 Ancient sites and a fine viewpoint on Kent's North Downs. CX LB V
Kent 28 Birchington to Herne Bay 14.0 1 50 Easy coastal walks, passing the dramatic ruins at Reculver TL StP V
Kent cw1.36 Borough Green to Sevenoaks 16.1 4 225 A Country House, Igtham Mote (NT), Knole Palace and deer park (NT), as well as pretty countryside, and close to London. V
Kent 121 Canterbury Circular via Bekesbourne and Sturry 22.7 2 150 Ancient villages, churches and pubs in a classic Kent landscape TL StP V
Kent 138 Chilham Circular 15.4 5 275 A climb into the Kentish Downs and a descent to two historic houses. TL StP V
Kent cw1.28 Chilham to Canterbury 20.1 4 225 A pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral via the Great Stour River, hop fields and orchards TL StP V
Kent 3 Cowden to Eridge 19.5 4 350 Starts along a valley and then over hills to Hartfield for lunch, followed by an undulating trek thorough woods and fields to Eridge. LB
Kent 78 Cowden to Hever 16.2 4 250 A contrast between a remote part of the Weald and three attractive and popular Kent villages. LB
Kent cw1.35 Crowhurst to Battle 20.0 4 300 Gentle woods and fields, the Battle of Hastings, and Battle Abbey CX
Kent 35 Cuxton to Sole Street 17.3 5 425 Open views and a wooded ridge before lunch, then a walk across a vineyard. An optional afternoon loop up to Cobham and the Leather Bottle pub (of Charles Dickens' Pickwick Papers) LB
Kent 202 Dartford to Greenhithe 11.3 1 25 Riverside walk along the banks of the Darent and the Thames with stunning views of the Dartford river crossing CX V
Kent cw2.30 Dover to Deal 17.7 3 475 Easy cliff walk following the Saxon Shore Way along the 'White Cliffs of Dover' to historic Deal LB StP V
Kent 337 East Malling to Maidstone 19.5 4 150 Extensive orchards and two fine medieval bridges across the River Medway. V
Kent 344 Edenbridge Figure of 8 14.2 1 50 A gentle stroll on the Kent/Surrey border, with the option of doing the first leg of the Eden Valley Walk. V W
Kent 419 Eynsford Circular via Farningham 18.2 4 250 Ancient woodlands, low hills and riverside paths in the Darent valley. TL CX StP V
Kent 59 Eynsford Circular via Otford 21.5 7 425 A contrast between hidden valleys in the North Downs and the Darent Valley Path through three interesting villages. TL CX StP V
Kent 291 Farningham Road to Otford 19.0 5 325 Ancient woodlands, low hills and riverside paths in the Darent valley. V
Kent 207 Farningham Road to Sole Street 17.2 3 225 A walk of contrasts, urban sprawl, and then caught by what it may have been like a hundred or more years ago, coming across the Wheatsheaf pub and Chapter House Farm. Plenty of good pubs along the way. V
Kent 420 Faversham Circular 19.5 2 75 Around the windswept marshes and waterways of north Kent, with traces of the time when the area was the centre of Britain's explosives industry. TL StP V
Kent 12 Faversham to Whitstable 15.7 1 25 Easy Coastal Walk TL StP V
Kent 13 Folkestone to Dover 14.8 5 400 Coastal Walk along the cliffs to Dover via Folkestone Warren. TL CX StP
Kent 152 Pluckley to Ashford 16.4 3 150 Greensand Way Stage 10 - pretty orchards and woods, commons with a bog, Godinton Park, then the Great Stour River into Ashford TL CX StP
Kent 153 Ashford to Ham Street 17.2 2 100 Greensand Way Stage 11 - the Great Stour River out of Ashford, new housing and a landfill, then pretty through pastures and Ham Street Woods NNR TL CX StP V
Kent 41 Yalding to Sevenoaks 21.2 4 425 Kent Orchards, then follows the Greensand Way to Igtham Mote (NT), One Tree Hill, Knole House and deer park (NT) TL CX StP
Kent 150 Yalding to Sutton Valence 15.3 3 225 Greensand Way Stage 8 - fine views from a gentle ridge and excellent pubs en-route TL CX StP
Kent 151 Harrietsham or Sutton Valence to Pluckley 17.7 3 200 Greensand Way Stage 9 - fine views from a gentle ridge, orchards and nice pubs TL StP V
Kent 106 Ham Street to Appledore 14.2 2 100 A walk full of historical interest in the low hills around Romney Marsh. TL StP
Kent 281 Hayes Circular 9.5 1 125 A short walk across three commons in South East London CX CS
Kent 82 Hayes to Knockholt 16.0 4 300 Close to London, this walk in north-west Kent is entirely rural, traversing fields, woods and valleys in London's 'Green Belt'. It passes Charles Darwin's home, Down House (EH) CX CS
Kent 175 Hever to Ashurst 16.5 4 250 A surprisingly remote part of the High Weald on the Kent/East Sussex border. EC LB
Kent 362 Hever to Dormans 16.1 4 275 Undulating walk passing 3 historic manor houses and climbing to an iron-age hillfort EC LB
Kent cw1.19 Hever to Leigh 14.3 2 150 2 castles, a stately home, rivers, ponds, woods, undulating hills and three lovely villages EC LB
Kent 345 Hever to Tonbridge 16.5 2 125 The second leg of the Eden Valley Walk, through Penshurst and Haysden Country Park to Tonbridge. EC LB
Kent 209 Higham to Gravesend 18.4 3 50 Birdwatching and nature walk - the Thames Estuary, Hooe Peninsular and Cliffe Pools RSPB Nature reserve. LB V
Kent 219 Hildenborough to Hadlow or Tonbridge 13.2 2 100 Gentle walk through the Kentish Weald to one of the tallest follies in Britain. LB
Kent 253 Hollingbourne Circular 15.5 4 275 A choice of ridge walks on the North Downs followed by a circuit around the grounds of Leeds Castle LB V
Kent cw2.16 Hurst Green to Chiddingstone Causeway 20.5 6 475 Long. The Greensand Way through remote wooded hills, passing Chartwell (Churchill, NT), Toys and Ide Hills. Gentle fields to finish. CJ EC LB V
Kent 7 Knockholt Circular 18.5 5 425 An enjoyable day out in the country within zone 6, thanks to those who campaigned for and legislated the Green Belt policy. CX
Kent 37 Knockholt to Otford 12.9 7 425 A moderately strenuous stroll in the North Downs, taking in the pretty village of Shoreham CX
Kent 92 Leigh and Penshurst 13.5 3 175 The Eden valley, Penshurst Place and a rural pub for lunch. CX
Kent cw1.21 Leigh to Sevenoaks 14.5 5 225 A gentle morning past fields and Oasthouses, then a steep climb to Knole Palace (NT) and its deer park CX
Kent cw1.15 Leigh to Tunbridge Wells 18.9 5 350 Penshurst Place (a stately home), rivers, woods, and Kent's rolling hills CX
Kent 1 Lenham to Charing 13.3 3 250 A tranquil walk along the North Downs TL StP V
Kent 173 Meopham Circular 19.5 4 225 Ancient woodland, landscaped parkland and a nature reserve on the Kent Downs, with an alternative ending to a riverside town full of historical interest. V
Kent 93 Sandling to Folkestone or Dover 17.9 7 775 A dramatic ridge walk along the North Downs Way, overlooking the English Channel. TL CX StP
Kent 24 Sandling to Wye 20.9 6 450 Pretty Ridge Walk along the North Downs Way with lovely views. Nice pubs for lunch and tea TL CX StP
Kent cw1.43 Otford Circular via Romney Street 12.0 6 275 A short walk packed with variety and fine views, bluebell woods in season, a pretty village and a short train journey TL CX StP V
Kent 290 Otford Circular via Shoreham 14.0 5 350 The steep-sided hills and secluded valleys around the Darent valley. TL CX StP V
Kent cw1.23 Otford to Eynsford 14.1 5 225 2 climbs, the River Darent, two castles, and a Roman villa TL CX StP V
Kent 338 Paddock Wood to Yalding 18.0 2 75 An easy walk in an attractive part of the Medway Valley. CX LB
Kent 300 Penshurst Circular via Bough Beech 15.5 3 175 A popular bird-watching site in the Eden Valley and attractive Kent villages. CX
Kent cw2.21 Pluckley Circular 11.7 1 100 Gentle walk through quiet Kent Orchards with ancient pubs - Darling Buds of May territory. Hilly afternoon options. TL CX StP
Kent 101 Ramsgate to Margate 15.7 2 200 Easy coastal walk with fine cliff top views, 3 classic seaside resorts, and a number of stunning sandy bays and coves that make it a great swimming walk TL CX StP
Kent 154 Rye, Dungeness and Lydd-on-Sea 21.8 3 50 Interesting coastal walk past an extra wide beach framed by sand dunes and an army range to an eerie shingle desert landscape with decommissioned nuclear power stations. Return by bus. LB StP
Kent 51 Sandling to Folkestone via the Sea 11.2 5 175 A swimming walk. Starts with a disused railway line, Saltwood Castle, and downland. Finishes along the coast to Folkestone. TL CX StP
Kent 21 Sevenoaks Circular 16.3 3 300 Out via the National Trust's Knole Park, House, and Igtham Mote. Back by the Greensand Way along the escarpment of the Kent Downs. TL CX StP
Kent 20 Sevenoaks to Westerham 18.6 6 475 Knole Park, then west along the Greensand Way with spectacular views of the Kent Weald. TL CX StP
Kent 289 Shoreham Circular 20.0 6 375 The steep-sided hills above an attractive village in the Darent valley. TL CX StP V
Kent cw2.17 Snodland to Sole Street 13.1 5 325 The North Downs, hilly with views after lunch, and tranquil Luddesdown for tea. TL StP
Kent 80 Staplehurst to Headcorn or Cranbrook 13.1 2 75 An easy walk through fields in the Kentish Weald, with some fine bluebell woods en route, and an option to visit Sissinghurst Gardens (NT). CX
Kent cw2.19 Stonegate Circular 15.5 3 275 Remote, rolling Hills, Burwash for Lunch and Batemans (NT, Rudyard Kipling's home) CX
Kent 113 Tenterden to Rye 21.5 4 200 A varied landscape between two interesting Cinque Port towns, from the low hills of the eastern High Weald almost to the coast. TL CX StP V
Kent 299 Teynham to Faversham 24.7 3 125 Fruit farms, Saxon Shore Way along tidal River Swale, creeks, mudflats, and the stark but beautiful landscape of windswept grazing marshes. Oare Marshes. Historic Faversham. V
Kent 220 Tonbridge Circular via Tudeley 19.2 3 125 A unique church, orchards and a country park of historical interest in the Garden of England. TL CX StP
Kent 235 Tonbridge to Penshurst 18.0 3 175 Through Haysden Country Park and along the Eden Valley Walk to Penshurst Place and Chiddingstone Castle. TL CX StP
Kent 238 Tunbridge Wells to Hildenborough 17.7 4 250 Gentle walk via elegant Tunbridge Wells, delightful woods, the Wealdway, and Haysden County Park CX
Kent cw2.18 Wadhurst Circular 19.0 4 650 The High Weald, quiet countryside - woods and rolling hills, the Sussex Border Path, and historic Mayfield for lunch. CX
Kent 336 Wateringbury Circular 14.0 3 150 Medieval bridges and churches in an attractive part of the Medway Valley. CX LB StP
Kent 38 Whyteleafe to Hayes 16.6 5 250 Field, woods, quiet valleys, a gem of a pub, and close to London. TL EC LB StP V
Kent cw1.53 Wye Circular 18.1 7 550 Out over the North Downs with breathtaking views to lunch in Sole Street. Back up over the Downs, then returning along the Great Stour river. Muddy in winter. TL CX StP V
Kent 320 Yalding Circular 12.5 2 250 Pub Medley at the River Medway TL CX StP
Kent cw1.50 Yalding to Borough Green 16.8 3 275 A gentle walk along The Greensand Way and through Mereworth Woods TL CX StP
Lake District 199 Walks from Ambleside 8.5 4 Low to mid level walks from Ambleside in the Lake District
London 321 Alexandra Palace to Tottenham Hale 15.8 3 125 Alexandra Palace, the Parkland Walk (a former railway line) and two restored Wetlands in north London. KX M
London 215 Blackheath to Canary Wharf 12.0 1 50 Greenwich Park with its world-famous Museums and a foot tunnel under the Thames to Canary Wharf. CX CS V
London 421 Blackheath to Deptford 22.2 4 275 Genteel streets, grand houses, a large heathland with views, well-kept parks, a Victorian cemetery and green hills with magnificent views CX CS V
London 418 Boston Manor to Northfields 14.0 2 50 Boston Manor, the Grand Union Canal, Three Bridges, Brent Lodge Park, Wharncliffe Viaduct, Elthorne Park Nature Reserve and Blondin Park
London 352 Chessington to Cheam 14.3 2 125 Horton Country Park, Hogsmill Riverside Nature Reserve, Nonsuch Park and Cheam Heritage Trail CJ V W
London 137 Crystal Palace to Forest Hill 13.8 3 175 Short surburban London walk with plenty of interesting and unusual features. CJ LB V
London 104 Ealing Broadway Circular 17.8 1 50 The green spaces of West London, including The Grand Union Canal, Boston Manor, Syon House, The Thames towpath, Kew Gardens, and Gunnersbury Park.
London 259 Manor Park to Epping 24.2 5 350 A walk along the length of an ancient royal forest in East London - Wanstead and Leyton Flats, Walthamstow Forest, Highams Park and Epping Forest. Can be done over two legs. LS
London 42 Greenford to Osterley 12.0 1 50 A walk through attractive open spaces in West London, visiting parks, a viaduct, a series of locks and a NT stately home.
London 240 Hampton Court Circular 12.0 1 25 Two royal parks and Britain's finest surviving Tudor building. CJ W
London 257 Highgate to Hampstead 15.2 4 250 A varied walk through the green spaces of London's ‘Northern Heights’, with some panoramic views of the city.
London 122 Central London Circular 15.2 1 25 Urban walk through Central London - passes many famous tourist sites
London 406 Kenley to Caterham 14.2 5 350 Short but hilly walk on the slopes of the North Downs. CX LB V W
London 241 Leytonstone to Loughton 13.5 1 200 Epping Forest
London 411 Lloyd Park to Coombe Lane 13.5 4 275 The Shirley Hills, taking in Addington Hill, Croham Hurst and Coombe Wood.
London 172 Rainham to Purfleet via RSPB Rainham Marshes 12.7 0 50 An easy birdwatching walk in Outer East London along an atmospheric section of the London LOOP via the RSPB reserve at Rainham marshes. FS
London 197 Loughton to Epping 13.8 3 225 The ancient woodland of Epping Forest within Zone 6
London 273 Mitcham Junction to Colliers Wood 15.5 1 25 Nature Reserves and the Wandle Trail through south London. TL CJ LB StP V W
London 261 Norbiton to Hammersmith or Putney 16.8 2 75 A deer park, ‘the village on the river’ and one of the first English landscape gardens. CJ W
London 309 Petts Wood Circular 12.0 1 250 Easy and pleasant walk through woodlands nestled in the middle of London's South-Eastern suburbs CX CS V
London 203 Rainham to Grays 16.2 2 0 Dracula, outdoor art, concrete barges, an ace nature reserve, industrial sculpture, history and heritage, accompanied by the mighty Thames. FS
London 188 Richmond Circular 12.0 1 150 Get away from it all without leaving Greater London - Richmond Park and the River Thames.
London 376 River Crane 9.2 2 25 River walk through west London parks, woods, and nature reserves. W
London 139 Tadworth via Headley Heath and Box Hill Circular 19.5 6 475 Mixed open and wooded chalk downland with several viewpoints close to London EC LB
London 390 Putney to Richmond 15.0 1 25 Tree lined Thames Path past Hammersmith and Kew with many riverside pubs.
London 282 Tower Hill to Putney 18.2 1 0 The Thames Path through the centre of London, passing the City, Westminster, Chelsea, Battersea and Putney via 18 bridges
London 245 Westminster to Greenwich via the south bank 13.0 1 0 The Thames path through central London, past Tower Bridge and the regenerating East End, to historic Greenwich.
London 374 The London Stations 21.3 1 225 All London’s railway terminals, the three royal parks, the River Thames and the City KX LB P V W
London 228 Totteridge Circular 14.1 2 175 Meadows, woods and villages on the Northern Heights
London 375 Twickenham Circular via 3 rivers 11.1 1 25 The Thames towpath, the River Crane and the Duke of Northumberland's river W
London 206 Wimbledon Circular 10.0 2 75 Get away from it all without leaving Greater London - Wimbledon Common.
London 46 Wimbledon to Kingston 18.5 3 100 Wimbledon Common, Richmond Park, and the Thames Path.
London 391 Wimbledon to Putney 15.5 2 75 Through Cannizaro Park, Wimbledon Common, Richmond Park and Barnes Common to the Thames.
Norfolk 70 Hunstanton to Cromer 98.0 3 325 A quiet coastal path with wide beaches, sand dunes, salt and freshwater marshes, nature reserves, barrier islands, and lots of birds.
Northamptonshire 176 Kings Sutton Circular 17.2 3 250 A leisurely stroll through Northamptonshire with ample refreshment. M P
Northamptonshire 359 Wellingborough Circular 28.0 4 150 Northamptonshire rivers and lakes, up to four villages and one of England's finest Saxon churches. TL LB StP
Northamptonshire 378 Wellingborough to Northampton 24.9 3 75 Urban and rural stretches of the River Nene and the villages of Cogenhoe and Little Houghton TL LB StP
Northamptonshire 356 Wolverton to Northampton 30.2 5 175 Three rivers, a medieval hunting forest, a War of the Roses battlefield and Britain's newest university campus CJ E W
Northern France 126 Calais Walking Guide 26.0 1 25 8 walks between 5 and 16 miles in the Calais area suitable for day trips by ferry.
Oxfordshire 293 Banbury Circular 17.2 2 125 A peaceful circular walk with a variety of lunch stops. M
Oxfordshire 49 Cholsey to Goring 23.5 3 250 Fairly gentle climbs through Oxfordshire and Berkshire countryside ending with a southerly stretch along the Thames. P
Oxfordshire 242 Cholsey to Goring via Wallingford 20.5 4 125 The Thames Path to Wallingford, rolling hills and South Stoke, finishing along the Thames path P
Oxfordshire cw1.24 Cookham to Maidenhead 16.8 3 150 A figure of 9 - Up over Winter Hill, overlooking the Thames Valley, then along the Thames Path. P
Oxfordshire 44 Didcot Circular 22.1 3 125 A walk in Oxfordshire, taking in Dorchester-on-Thames and the Clumps. Can start from Appleford. P
Oxfordshire cw1.40 Gerrards Cross to Cookham 15.7 2 150 Bulstrode Park and Burnham Beeches woods, the Thames, and Stanley Spencer M
Oxfordshire 243 Goring Circular via Hill Bottom 18.0 4 300 Rolling Chilterns countryside, forest trails, quiet country lanes and 3 pubs P
Oxfordshire cw1.38 Hanborough to Charlbury 22.1 5 375 Blenheim Palace, its beautiful landscaped parkland, a Roman road, and flint stone villages. P
Oxfordshire cw1.1 Henley Circular via Great Wood 16.5 3 175 The Thames Path in the morning, historic Hambledon for lunch, and back via the hills above Henley in the afternoon. Short but pretty. P
Oxfordshire 373 Henley Circular via Rotherfield Greys 15.0 2 125 Henley, a valley to Rotherfield Greys, undulating woodland, the Thames and a weir crossing at Marsh Lock P
Oxfordshire cw1.51 Henley to Pangbourne 19.2 6 250 A lovely country ramble, starts and finishes by the Thames, via forests and country pubs. P
Oxfordshire cw2.7 Henley via Hambleden Circular 14.9 3 175 The Thames path in the morning. Gentle woodland after lunch in an NT Village, Historic riverside Henley for tea. P
Oxfordshire cw2.6 Henley via Stonor Circular 22.2 6 500 Long walk through the Chilterns over gentle rolling grassy hills. Historic riverside Henley for tea. P
Oxfordshire 223 Henley via Turville Circular 24.0 5 225 The Midsomer Murders Walk P
Oxfordshire 292 Islip Circular 17.4 3 175 Pleasant rolling countryside north of Oxford, and the RSPB Otmoor wetland reserve M
Oxfordshire 246 Kingham to Charlbury 17.6 2 75 The Oxfordshire Way, the river Evenlode, gentle rolling hills, woods and fields that were the inspiration for Tolkien’s Hobbitshire, and 2 Cotswold villages P
Oxfordshire 341 Kingham to Charlbury Long 34.9 2 350 to do P
Oxfordshire cw2.8 Marlow Circular 21.3 4 175 The Thames path in the morning, a classic pub for lunch, gentle hill afterwards. P
Oxfordshire cw1.13 Oxford Circular 16.3 1 0 The Rivers Isis and Cherwell, Wolvercote Common, the Oxford Canal, a tour of the old town and historic Colleges, Oxford Castle and Mound M P
Oxfordshire cw1.4 Pangbourne Circular 13.7 3 225 Pretty villages, a toll bridge, fine views of the Thames in the morning and a serene stroll through a rural idyll after lunch. P
Oxfordshire 170 Pangbourne via Goring Circular 16.0 2 200 Part-wooded ridges above the Thames Valley to lunch in Goring, shorter return along the Thames through meadows P
Oxfordshire cw1.9 Shiplake to Henley 18.0 4 225 The River Thames, Rotherfield Greys village, Greys Court (NT) and historic Henley P
Oxfordshire 190 Thame Circular 20.9 2 75 Scenic ramble through quiet villages in the Thame Valley on the Oxon/Bucks border, north of the Chilterns. M
Oxfordshire 171 Goring to Wantage 29.9 5 300 A ridge walk over open downland with good views along a neolithic trail to an ancient hill fort. Very long or short option. Return by bus. P
Peak District 302 Bamford to Edale via Win Hill and Great Ridge 20.3 7 1,050 Tremendous views after steep ascent to Win Hill, then the Great Ridge on the boundary between the Dark and White Peak TL E KX StP
Peak District 385 Buxton Circular or to Monsal Dale 26.0 8 1,175 A very scenic White Peak dale: tight gorges, limestone crags, steeping stones, cascades, mills. Elevated pastures back to Buxton. Or on to Monsal Head with its famous vistas
Peak District 387 Buxton Circular via Axe Edge Moor and Three Shires Head 27.1 8 975 The vast Axe Edge Moor, the heads of 5 famous Peak District rivers, the popular and scenic Three Shires Head pools and waterfalls, disused quarries and some fine far views
Peak District 384 Buxton Circular via Combs Moss 16.2 5 850 Exciting but short and easy circuit of a quiet moorland plateau above Buxton. Green valleys, reservoirs, Castle Naze hillfort, far views and dramatic gritstone edges.
Peak District 386 Buxton Circular via the Dragon's Back 26.1 8 800 Remote and quiet Upper Dove Valley, combining extreme natural beauty with the more esoteric beauty of industrial sites. Go over or past the very unique Dragon's Back
Peak District 389 Buxton to Macclesfield via the Cat and Fiddle 24.9 8 800 From Spa Town to Silk Town via the wild Goyt Valley, Shining Tor, lonely moorlands down the Clough Brook Valley to Macclesfield Forest and through Tegg's Nose Country Park
Peak District 326 Dovedale 20.0 6 875 Through a pastoral landscape to the Peak District's most famous and scenic dale with its ravines, crags, pinnacles, arches and caves
Peak District 303 Edale Circular via Kinder Scout and Mam Tor 20.6 7 1,350 Rugged moorlands and dramatically sculpted gritstone outcrops, the lush Vale of Edale and grand views into the Hope Valley from Mam Tor
Peak District 350 Fairholmes Circular 27.3 8 1,150 From a remote bus stop onto one of England’s few great, untamed wildernesses: Bleaklow. Descend either across moors and Derwent River's Head, or Westend Valley.
Peak District 322 Grindleford Circular via Chatsworth House 24.8 7 600 Through ancient woods and along some famous Dark Peak Edges to the UK's most-loved Country House, back through the verdant Derwent Valley StP
Peak District 315 Hathersage Circular via Bretton Clough and Eyam 22.2 7 900 Rolling hills, drystone walls, deep wooded valleys,the Hope Valley, Eyam and Hucklow ridges, mining industrial heritage, Eyam, peat bogs (on a good path) TL E KX StP
Peak District 319 Hathersage Circular via Stanage Edge Higger Tor and Padley Gorge 20.0 6 550 Dark Peak Highlights - up a green valley to Stanage Edge, over Higger Tor and Carl Wark hill forts and down the narrow wooded Padley Gorge, then along the Derwent River TL E KX StP
Peak District 360 Hathersage to Bamford 25.0 8 1,150 Upper Derwent Valley walk out to Ladybower: griststone edges, moors with pre-historic features, overlooked by Stanage Edge, valleys and pastures with views TL E KX StP
Peak District 343 Hope to Hathersage or Bamford 27.0 8 900 Pastures with views, Mam Tor's landslip area, Cave Dale, lunch in Castleton, Hope Cement Works, a large upland moor and a scenic descent to the Derwent River
Peak District 304 Kinder Scout Circuit from Edale 27.0 9 800 Strenuous circuit of the Kinder Scout moorland plateau from Edale Station
Peak District 349 Ladybower Inn Circular via Alport Castles and Derwent Reservoirs 26.9 8 1,225 A grassy ridge to Britain’s longest inland landslip. Descend to skirt the famous Derwent Reservoirs. Hilly return options across moors or along edges.
Peak District 348 Ladybower Inn Circular via Derwent Edge and Strines 25.8 8 1,125 Famous gritstone formations on Derwent Edge high above the Derwent Reservoirs, wooded Bradfield Dale with its reservoirs and folly tower. Back across moorland to Ladybower.
Peak District 382 Macclesfield Circular via Teggs Nose and Kerridge Hill 24.7 8 1,125 Tegg’s Nose Country Park, Macclesfield Forest, the Dean Valley, Lamaload Reservoir, Kerridge Ridge with its picturesque folly, the White Nancy E
Peak District 381 Macclesfield Circular via The Dane Valley 28.9 8 1,000 The Dane Valley, pastures and wooded valleys, and ridges with views of the Cheshire Plain, high moors and gritstone ridges E
Peak District 383 Macclesfield to Buxton 25.0 8 950 Tegg's Nose Country Park, Macclesfield Forest, lonely moorlands up to Shining Tor, and the wild Upper Goyt Valley to the historic Spa Town E
Peak District 380 Macclesfield to Leek 27.7 9 1,200 Reservoirs, Macclesfield Forest, the 'Cheshire Matterhorn', lonely Wildboarclough, the Dane Valley, Lud's Church chasm and the Roaches gritstone escarpment E
Peak District 422 Mam Tor to Kinder Low 16.3 3 475 Peak District out-and-back ridge walk around Edale from a car park at 420m to Mam Tor, Lords Seat, Brown Knoll, Swines Back and Kinder Low (633m)
Peak District 310 Monsal Trail 14.5 1 125 Gentle Peak District walk along a disused railway line via viaducts, tunnels, and escarpements
Peak District 267 Sheffield Circular via Porter and Gleadless 27.8 8 825 Strenuous excursion through the south westerly wooded valleys of Sheffield
Peak District 266 Sheffield to Bamford via Stanage Edge 25.5 7 850 From Sheffield's urban centre through narrow valleys and across wild moorland to the Dark Peak's gritstone edges, and a lush finish into the Hope Valley
Peak District 388 Upper Hulme to Macclesfield via Hen Cloud, Roaches, Shutlingsloe 24.9 8 1,150 Hen Cloud and the Roaches, the Hanging Stone, Lud's Church chasm, the Dane Valley, lonely Wildboarclough, the 'Cheshire Matterhorn', Macclesfield Forest, Reservoirs.
Pembrokeshire Coast 317 Castlemartin Range Coast Path 12.9 2 75 Easy cliff top path following the Pembrokeshire Coast Path through a MOD range, past dramatic cliffs, stacks, arches, a secluded chapel and 2 remote beaches. Check access times!
Snowdonia 102 Snowdon 11.0 9 750 A beginners guide to safely climbing the highest mountain in England and Wales.
Somerset 186 Bath Circular via 2 Tunnels and a Canal 19.9 2 125 Walk/Cycle route via a disused railway, Devonshire and Combe Down tunnels, Tucking Mill Viaduct, the Kennet and Avon Canal towpath, Dundas Aqueduct, and historic Bath CJ P W
Somerset 284 Bruton Circular or from Castle Cary 25.1 7 675 Narrow steep-sided valleys with fast flowing streams and rivers, rolling hilltops, Alfred’s Tower, Hauser & Wirth Somerset art gallery P
Somerset 342 Bruton Circular via Stourhead 22.7 6 550 Through quiet South Somerset pastures and across a wooded ridge past Alfred's Tower folly and through the beautifully landscaped Stourhead Estate P
Somerset 392 Castle Cary Circular via Camelot 30.3 8 750 Along the fringes of the Somerset Levels over some fine viewpoints to three magnificent hills, one maybe the mythical Camelot of King Arthur fame P
Suffolk 204 Aldeburgh to Saxmundham 16.0 3 75 Aldeburgh to Thorpeness seafront, an old railway trackbed, North Warren nature reserve, the Sandlings Walk to the village of Friston, and across fields to Saxmundham
Suffolk 205 Wickham Market to Aldeburgh 22.8 3 50 Blaxhall Common, Suffolk heathlands (the Sandlings), Snape Maltings for lunch, the historic Sailors’ Path along the River Alde estuary along, then either the seawall around Aldeburgh Marshes or a shortcut to seaside Aldeburgh. LS
Suffolk 227 Wickham Market to Felixstowe 35.1 3 75 Long (or 2 day) walk over farms, heathland, then along the Butley river, wild and isolated coastline, and a ferry crossing to Felixstowe. LS
Surrey 237 Ash Circular via the MOD Ranges 22.0 6 650 Explore the remote Ash Ranges - what Surrey should really look like! (Usually open Bank Holidays only - Check!) P W
Surrey 96 Ash Vale Circular via North Downs Way 25.8 5 375 A circular walk starting and ending in the rarely visited Ash Ranges and including a section of the North Downs Way through the attractive village of Puttenham. CJ W
Surrey 136 Ash Vale to Worplesdon 19.8 4 175 The Basingstoke Canal, Ash Ranges (Remote, hilly MOD land with unrestricted access), Cobbett Hill and Whitmoor Common. CJ W
Surrey 107 Ash to Brookwood 15.3 5 100 Ash Ranges and Brookwood Cemetery P W
Surrey 184 Bentley to Farnham 26.0 6 450 Alice Holt Ancient Forest, Surrey Hills, Scotch Pine Forest, and remote heather filled heathland, Frensham Great and Little Ponds (swimming) W
Surrey 396 Box Hill Circular via Betchworth 16.8 5 325 The classic climb up the Burford Spur to the summit of Box Hill, then out past old chalk quarries on the North Downs escarpment and back along the Mole Valley. CJ V
Surrey 64 Box Hill Circular via Mickleham 16.2 8 550 A fairly strenuous walk in a beautiful part of the North Downs. CJ V
Surrey cw1.49 Box Hill to Leatherhead 11.8 7 300 Short, 2 steep climbs and the view from Box Hill in the morning, and a gentle river valley after lunch CJ V
Surrey 177 Chipstead to Kingswood 15.2 5 325 Ancient woodland, open downs and farmland in London's Green Belt. EC LB
Surrey 364 Dorking via Brockham Circular 16.1 3 300 Lost Surrey estate, with restored landscaped garden and forests, ruined castles V W
Surrey 274 Dorking Circular 18.5 6 350 Out along the North Downs escarpment and back through the Greensand Hills. V W
Surrey 329 Dormans to Lingfield 16.8 2 100 Historic buildings, a Racecourse and a small Nature Reserve with a Community Orchard in the south-eastern corner of Surrey. EC LB V W
Surrey cw2.14 Effingham Junction to Westhumble 15.2 4 275 Polesden Lacy (dramatic NT country house) for lunch, steep woods opening out onto the North Downs Ridge, and an English vineyard for tea CJ LB W
Surrey cw1.12 Farnham to Godalming 21.2 5 275 A long but pretty walk with gentle hills via a nice mixture of river valley, forest tracks, and many beautiful country houses. CJ W
Surrey 277 Godstone to Oxted 17.8 4 225 Compare two magnificent yew trees in the Surrey churchyards of Crowhurst and Tandridge. CX
Surrey cw1.14 Gomshall to Guildford 15.6 3 175 Historic Shere, then a walk through a broad wooded valley, then along a canal to historic Guildford V W
Surrey 145 Witley to Haslemere via Thursley, Surrey Hills 17.3 5 475 Greensand Way Stage 1 : Gibbet Hill, Devil's Punch Bowl and Hindhead Common CJ W
Surrey 146 Witley to Ewhurst 20.3 5 475 Greensand Way Stage 2 : The Surrey Hills : the Wey Valley, and remote villages CJ W
Surrey 147 Gomshall to Dorking 23.2 5 500 Greensand Way Stage 3 : The Surrey Hills : Holmbury Hill and Leith Hill V W
Surrey 16 Dorking to Reigate 12.5 3 175 A mainly level route along the River Mole and then the Greensand Way via several picturesque villages. V W
Surrey 148 Earlswood to Oxted 16.9 4 325 Greensand Way Stage 5 : A gentle ridge walk through a quiet part of Surrey. Regularly spaced pubs. V
Surrey 149 Hurst Green to Sevenoaks 18.8 6 425 The best of the Greensand Way - a traverse of the Chart Hills. Toy's Hill, Ide Hill, Chartwell (NT), and an extension to Knole Park (NT) CJ EC LB V
Surrey 185 Guildford Circular via Albury Park 25.0 8 500 The North Downs ridge, a haunted pool, unusual churches and traces of an industrial era in the Tillingbourne valley. CJ W
Surrey cw2.12 Guildford to Farnham 22.2 2 300 A river valley, gentle pastures, Watts Gallery, woods, remote heathlands and heather covered moors. CJ W
Surrey cw2.13 Guildford to Gomshall 19.2 5 525 Historic Guildford, The North Downs Way and St Martha-on-the-Hill Church, picturesque Shere. Option to continue along the NDW to Dorking CJ W
Surrey 131 Guildford to Horsley 21.4 4 350 Viewpoints on the North Downs ridge CJ W
Surrey 57 Guildford via Chantries Hill Circular 20.3 4 325 Chantries Hill and the North Downs Way to St Martha's Church (viewpoint). Albery for lunch, returning via mixed woods and the tranquil Wey navigation to Guildford. CJ W
Surrey cw1.22 Haslemere Circular 14.0 5 375 Gentle woods in the morning and a climb to Black Down in the afternoon CJ W
Surrey 377 Haslemere Outer Orbital Path 26.8 8 700 Orbital route around Haslemere from a rural bus stop, but with plenty of options for connecting routes from the station CJ W
Surrey 144 Haslemere to Farnham 23.6 6 550 A wooded ridge, Temple of the Four Winds, Gibbet Hill, Devil's Punch Bowl, Highcomb Bottom, Thursley & Hankley Commons, Atlantic Wall, River Wey, Waverley Abbey's ruins CJ W
Surrey cw1.42 Holmwood to Gomshall 16.7 6 325 A very pretty forest walk, quite close to London, and the view from Leith Hill, the highest point in the Southeast. CJ V
Surrey 32 Holmwood to Reigate 16.0 2 150 An easy walk through Surrey's Low Weald and the Mole Valley. CJ V
Surrey 287 Holmwood to Shamley Green 18.7 8 425 The Greensand Way : Leith Hill and Tower, Holmbury Hill, Pitch Hill and the Hurt Wood CJ V
Surrey 214 Horsley to West Byfleet 15.4 3 75 Green woods and fields, the yellow scrub and heathland of Ockham Common, Wisley Common and RHS Wisley Gardens (public footpath), and a canal side pub on the Wey Navigation CJ W
Surrey 367 Hurst Green to Riddlesdown 21.6 5 325 Limpsfield Common, splendid views and remains of a medieval manor CJ EC LB V
Surrey cw1.6 Liphook to Haslemere 15.0 5 375 Lovely walks through wooded Surrey Hills CJ W
Surrey 4 Merstham to Tattenham Corner 17.2 4 300 Viewpoints on the North Downs to start, a pub lunch in Mogador, and a London panorama from the Epsom Downs to finish. CJ EC LB V
Surrey cw1.20 Milford to Godalming 18.6 5 325 The Greensand Way, Winkworth(a NT Arboretum), a canal, and historic Godalming. CJ W
Surrey cw1.27 Milford to Haslemere 19.1 6 350 Its surprising how remote Surrey can be, pretty lakes, heathland, and Devil's Punchbowl as well. CJ W
Surrey 393 Box Hill to Merstham and Caterham 16.4 6 600 Follows north downs escarpement via Box Hill, Reigate Hill, and Gatton Park. Forest with many viewpoints. Hilly. CJ V
Surrey 111 Caterham to Knockholt 26.2 7 800 The North Downs Way through woods with fine views - and within Zone 6 (some road noise). Long, with shorter options. Return by bus. TL EC LB StP
Surrey cw1.47 Ockley to Warnham 16.5 3 150 A quiet corner of Surrey - woods, gentle hills and a lovely lunchtime pub CJ V
Surrey 178 Oxshott to Ashtead 19.6 3 425 The River Mole and the heaths, commons and woods of metropolitan Surrey. Including Oxshott Heath, Esher Common, Prince’s Coverts, Ashtead and Epsom Commons. CJ W
Surrey 305 Oxshott to Cobham via Painshill 12.2 2 50 Surrey heaths, the Mole valley and the opportunity to visit “England's most elegant 18thC landscape garden”. CJ W
Surrey 63 Oxted Circular 19.5 5 275 The Greensand Hills on the Surrey/Kent border to Westerham, with an optional extension via Chartwell. CJ EC LB V
Surrey 135 Oxted to Lingfield 19.5 4 175 A short climb over the Greensand Hills followed by a gentle walk across the Low Weald, with a fine bluebell wood at its centre. CJ EC LB V
Surrey cw2.15 Riddlesdown to Coulsdon South 16.8 4 300 Happy Valley and Farthing Down, close to London (Zone 6) CJ EC V
Surrey 398 Tattenham Corner Circular 17.8 4 250 Exploring a First World War Centenary Wood taking shape behind Epsom Downs racecourse. EC LB
Surrey cw1.2 Wanborough to Godalming 12.9 3 250 Over the North Downs ridge to Watts Gallery, then a ramble to historic Godalming W
Surrey 43 Warlingham Circular 17.0 4 225 Bluebell woods, fields, valleys and nature reserves on the London/Surrey border. CJ V W
Surrey 45 West Byfleet to Hampton Court 17.2 1 0 The Wey Navigation and the Thames Path via several pubs. CJ W
Surrey 363 Whyteleafe Circular 16.5 5 300 A Battle of Britain airfield and a medieval wall painting in the newly-designated South London Downs National Nature Reserve. TL EC LB StP V
Surrey cw1.44 Witley to Haslemere 14.5 3 175 A gentle walk to Chiddingfold and the Crown Inn CJ W
Surrey 244 Woldingham Circular via Titsey Place 17.8 7 500 Rural valleys, the North Downs and the Titsey Plantation. CJ EC V
Surrey 2 Woldingham to Oxted 16.8 5 300 Close to London, this walk combines stretches of both The North Downs Way, and the Greensand Way. CJ EC V
West Sussex 11 Amberley Circular 18.3 5 300 Out along the foot of the South Downs above Wild Brook wetland to Storrington for lunch, and back along the ridge of the Downs. CJ EC V
West Sussex 361 Amberley Circular via Arundel Park 18.2 5 275 A walk through Arundel Park to an attractive old town with a castle and cathedral, returning along the Arun Valley. CJ EC V
West Sussex cw2.22 Amberley to Arundel 14.5 5 200 South Downs in the morning, then follows the river Arun to Historic Arundel (Castle, Cathedral) CJ EC V
West Sussex 39 Amberley to Pulborough 25.7 7 525 South Downs Way up a ridge, across a couple of hills, down through hanging woods. Then through the West Weald and the Rother Valley with heathery commons. CJ EC V
West Sussex 100 Arundel Circular 21.0 4 225 A walk in the low hills around the River Arun, returning through an attractive old town with a castle and cathedral. CJ EC V
West Sussex cw1.32 Arundel to Amberley 18.8 7 425 Arundel Castle, its parkland, and the South Downs CJ EC V
West Sussex 295 Arundel to Goring-by-Sea 14.5 3 175 The River Arun, the Angmering Park Estate and “Worthing's best kept secret” on Highdown Hill. CJ EC V
West Sussex 217 Arundel to Midhurst via Midhurst Way 31.8 8 750 Long walk though a remote and less visited part of the South Downs National Park CJ EC V
West Sussex cw1.16 Balcombe Circular 19.0 5 400 Nymans Gardens (NT), and the ruins of Slaugham LB V
West Sussex 22 Balcombe Circular via Ardingly Reservoir 16.2 4 275 Two interlocking circular walks (one for Summer, one for Winter) around Balcombe, taking in Ardingly Reservoir, the Ouse Valley Viaduct, and fine Weald territory. LB V
West Sussex cw1.34 Balcombe to East Grinstead 17.2 6 425 Gentle wooded hills, Wakehurst Place Gardens (NT) and a reservoir LB V
West Sussex 312 Balcombe to Horsham 27.0 7 425 Through the Weald to an old market town LB V
West Sussex 200 Berwick via Arlington Circular 12.6 1 100 Tranquil, quiet and gently undulating countryside with fine views of the downs and weald V
West Sussex 8 Billingshurst to Amberley 22.8 5 325 Starts in gentle countryside, with the South Downs a thin line on the horizon, then via some steep hills and hidden valleys to finish on the crest of the South Downs with a panoramic view CJ EC V
West Sussex 283 Christs Hospital to Billingshurst via Knepp Castle 27.1 4 150 Long flat walk with an emphasis on fauna in a re-wilding area, and passing several historic buildings. CJ EC V
West Sussex 40 East Grinstead Circular 17.6 5 250 Two walks in classic Weald territory, with an optional visit to the National Trust property of Standen CJ EC V
West Sussex 27 East Grinstead to Wivelsfield or Sheffield Park 31.9 8 550 Long walk through area of bluebell-rich woodland then heathery commons, or shorter walk and return by steam train CJ EC V
West Sussex 239 Halnaker to Chichester via Goodwood 22.9 6 475 Scenic steep chalk downlands around the Upper Lavant Valley, the Goodwood Estate and unrivalled views from St. Roche's Hill CJ EC V
West Sussex 263 Haslemere to Midhurst via Henley 22.6 8 600 The Temple of the Winds on Black Down & lunch in idyllic hamlet with fine pub and evocative ruins of a fortified Tudor house on Cowdray Estate against the backdrop of the South Downs CJ W
West Sussex 48 Haslemere to Midhurst via Lurgashall 21.7 6 525 Black Down and the Temple of the Winds viewpoint, pretty Lurgashall, Cowdray Estate with its romantic ruin and the historic market town of Midhurst. CJ W
West Sussex 218 Haslemere to Midhurst via Midhurst Way 16.3 4 375 Quiet hills and forests, 2 country pubs, and Cowdray Park. CJ W
West Sussex cw2.23 Hassocks to Upper Beeding 16.3 7 550 3 steep hills with fine views before lunch at Devil's Dyke. A gentle ridge walk in the afternoon to Upper Beeding (short bus ride to Shoreham station) TL CJ EC StP V
West Sussex 141 Haywards Heath Circular via Lindfield 18.8 3 200 A gently undulating walk in the low hills around the Ouse Valley. TL CJ EC StP V
West Sussex 174 Haywards Heath to Balcombe via Ardingly 16.0 4 275 An undulating High Weald walk with a contrasting section alongside Ardingly Reservoir. TL CJ EC StP V
West Sussex 198 Haywards Heath to Balcombe via the Ouse valley 10.4 3 250 The rolling tree clad High Wield TL CJ EC StP V
West Sussex 132 Horsted Keynes Circular 17.5 5 325 A varied walk from the deep wooded valleys of the High Weald to the elevated heathland of Ashdown Forest, with a section alongside the Bluebell Railway. Travel by bus. TL CJ EC StP V
West Sussex 212 Littlehampton to Bognor Regis 12.2 2 0 Quiet coastal walk past quiet shingle beaches and busier south coast resorts of Littlehampton and Bognor Regis CJ EC V
West Sussex 167 Chichester to West Wittering and East Head 20.6 2 25 A quiet canal, the shoreline of Chichester Harbour, West Wittering beach, and East Head spit. Return by bus. CJ EC V
West Sussex 18 Petersfield to Rowlands Castle 16.0 3 375 An easy southerly trek through East Hampshire. CJ W
West Sussex 14 Pulborough Circular 21.0 4 200 Long but easy walk which explores the water meadows of the River Arun, with the South Downs as a dramatic backdrop. CJ EC V
West Sussex 9 Pulborough to Amberley 16.6 5 300 Historic Pulborough, gentle hills, a gem of a pub, an RSPB marshland, and up and over the South Downs to Amberley. CJ EC V
West Sussex 294 Pulborough to Halfway Bridge via Tillington 26.0 7 550 The Rother and Lod valleys, Littleworth and Sutton Common heathlands, South Downs views, Burton Park and three good pubs CJ EC V
West Sussex 128 Pulborough to Petworth 18.8 6 350 Across the Arun valley and Greensand Hills to an attractive town with one of the National Trust's finest properties. CJ EC V
West Sussex 68 Rowlands Castle Circular 25.6 7 500 A walk, first through park- and woodland, then through some remote westerly valleys of the South Downs. At its best in spring for plentiful bluebells and wild garlic. CJ W
West Sussex 313 Rowlands Castle Grand Circular 37.0 10 1,625 Long walk via Kingley Vale SSI, Beacon Hill, and the South Downs ridge CJ W
West Sussex 314 Seaford Circular via Alfriston and Bishopstone 25.8 7 525 A new perspective on, and glorious panoramic views of, the South Downs. LB V
West Sussex 211 Shoreham By Sea to Littlehampton 22.4 2 0 Varied coastal walk past quiet shingle beaches and the busier south coast resorts of Worthing and Littlehampton LB V
West Sussex 155 Petersfield to Cocking 20.4 7 650 Follows the South Downs Way along the crest of the South Downs with good 360 degree views throughout. CJ W
West Sussex 33 Amberley to Cocking 18.6 6 475 South Downs Way along the ridge of the South Downs NP. Views in the morning, a forested trail in the afternoon. Travel by bus. CJ EC V
West Sussex 26 Amberley to Shoreham By Sea or Lancing 25.0 7 425 A ridge walk along the South Downs Way, passing Chanctonbury Ring. CJ EC V
West Sussex cw1.37 Southbourne to Chichester 18.5 3 50 The inlets of Chichester Harbour (best at high tide) and the historic Cathedral town. V W
West Sussex 201 Uckfield via Van Hoogstraaten's Path Circular 14.9 3 225 Undulating low Weald countryside via (now peaceful) path at the centre of a right-of-way battle EC LB
West Sussex 225 Wivelsfield to Haywards Heath 18.8 4 250 Fine views from the High Weald, the picturesque Sussex village of Cuckfield, and Borde Hill Garden. TL CJ EC StP V
Wiltshire 6 Bradford-on-Avon to Bath 16.7 2 75 Follow the tranquil Kennet and Avon Canal through a pretty valley between the historic towns of Bradford-upon-Avon and Bath CJ P W
Wiltshire 408 Chippenham Circular 17.9 2 600 A gentle west country circular walk P
Wiltshire 354 Marlborough Circular via Avebury 24.2 5 300 Over the Marlborough Downs and through sarsen fields to the Avebury World Heritage Site P
Wiltshire 127 Pewsey Circular 27.0 6 400 North Wessex Downs and the Vale of Pewsey P
Wiltshire 255 Pewsey Circular via Avebury 36.5 9 600 Long walk over Wiltshire downs to Avebury World Heritage Site P
Wiltshire 254 Salisbury Circular 32.2 7 425 Gentle start via historic Salisbury, the Chalke Valley, pretty villages. Strenuous afternoon via the Downs, a Roman Road, and a noted Water Meadows view of the Cathedral CJ W
Wiltshire 67 Salisbury to Amesbury via Old Sarum and Stonehenge 26.0 5 300 Up the Avon Valley from the attractive marker town of Salisbury past Old Sarum hillfort and castle site to the Stonehenge World Heritage Site and on to historic Amesbury CJ W
Wiltshire 250 Tisbury Circular via Alvediston 26.0 7 700 An Iron Age hill fort, pretty coombes, and plenty ascent: the Vale of Wardour and West Wiltshire Downs AONB with views to the Cranborne Chase and all the way to the coast CJ W
Wiltshire 249 Tisbury Circular via Dinton and Fovant 24.1 6 475 The Nadder Valley, Dinton Park, undulating countryside of the West Wiltshire Downs, with views to distant coombes, and the regimental Fovant Badges (large hill side figures) CJ W
Wiltshire 252 Tisbury Circular via Donhead St. Andrew 23.3 7 500 The Vale of Wardour in the Wiltshire Downs AONB. Wardour Park, Nadder Head, a neolithic hill fort, Barkers hill, Old Wardour Castle. Long and shorter version. CJ W
Wiltshire 248 Tisbury Circular via Hindon 21.9 6 450 The Nadder Valley, picturesque villages, some dry chalky U-shaped downs of the West Wiltshire Downs, wooded ridges and one of Britain’s largest thatched buildings CJ W
Wiltshire 251 Tisbury Circular via Ludwell 26.4 7 550 The Upper Nadder Valley (Wiltshire Downs), Wardour Park and its ruined Castle, steep ascents to Win Green and White Sheet hills and Chalke Valley. CJ W
Wiltshire 286 Westbury to Warminster via Imber Range 30.3 8 750 Westbury White Horse, 5 hills (3 of which Iron Age Camps), pristine chalk downland on Salisbury Plain, an abandoned village on the rarely open Imber Range P
Worcestershire 323 Evesham to Pershore via Dumbleton and Bredon Hills 34.5 8 600 Through the Vale of Evesham and over Cotswold Outliers with grand views of the Cotswolds and Malvern Hills P
Worcestershire 161 Hagley to Barnt Green via the Clent Hills 18.5 6 550 Ridge walk over the North Worcestershire Hills via a 1,000 feet summit. Shorter circular walk option via some nice pubs. Handy for Birmingham/the M5 E
Worcestershire 324 Malvern Hills from Great Malvern or Colwall 20.6 8 1,500 Route over the iconic Malverns Range, rising out of the Plain, with optional routes covering all but a few of the tops. P

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