SWC Walk 86 Fan Brycheiniog and Fan Foel (The Black Mountain)
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A strenous 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.
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Spectacular mountain ridge walk - Hay Bluff, Lord Hereford's Knob, & Waun Fach. Tough, with shorter easier options. Car only.
Corn Du, Pen y Fan. the shortcut path from the col runs left-right
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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
SWC Walk 308 - Bwlch Circular (via Mynydd Troed and Llangorse Lake)
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Via an easily accessible glacial ridge to the largest natural lake in South Wales and an ancient hillfort
SWC Walk 333 - Crickhowell Circular (via Table Mountain and the Three Pens) [Road Ending]
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Table Mountain and an airy ridge walk in the Black Mountains across three tops with a scenic descent.
SAS fitness exercise. Storey Arms over Pen y Fan to Torpantau, and back again, against the clock, with a full pack
SWC Walk 307 - Fforest Fawr Traverse (Craig y Nos to Llwyn-y-celyn)
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Remote mountain traverse: limestone scenery, Fan Gyhirych, a glacial escarpment, great views all around. Bus travel.
SWC Walk 332 Llangynidr to Bwlch or Circular
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Up a tight valley to the Chartist Cave in the limestone uplands of Mynydd Llangynidr, return along the rim of the Crawnon Valley.
SWC Walk 347 - Llanvihangel Crucorney Circular (via Bryn Arw and The Skirrid)
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Two easily accessible ridge walks south east of the Black Mountains, quiet pastures with views and a Michelin-starred lunch pub
SWC Walk 335 - Pandy Inn to Llanvihangel Crucorney (via Llanthony and Cwmyoy)
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Offa's Dyke Path along Hatterrall Hill and Ridge, return through the Vale of Ewyas past Llanthony Priory and the Leaning Church in Cwmyoy
SWC Walk 279 The Black Mountain - Y Mynydd Du (Glyntawe Circular)
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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
SWC Walk 191a Haddenham Circular (w/o Brill)
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Strenuous walk linking several hill top villages in the rolling landscape of the north westerly Aylesbury Vale, with splendid views throughout.
2 day challenge event over northern Dartmoor with hills, bogs and river crossings - 35, 45 or 55 miles.
SWC Walk 302 - Bamford to Edale (via Win Hill and Great Ridge)
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Tremendous views after steep ascent to Win Hill, then the Great Ridge on the boundary between the Dark and White Peak
SWC Walk 303 - Edale Circular (via Kinder Scout and Mam Tor)
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Rugged moorlands and dramatically sculpted gritstone outcrops, the lush Vale of Edale and grand views into the Hope Valley from Mam Tor
SWC Walk 350 - Fairholmes Circular (via Bleaklow and Derwent Head)
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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.
SWC Walk 322 - Grindleford Circular (via Chatsworth House)
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Through ancient woods and along some famous Dark Peak Edges to the UK's most-loved Country House, back through the verdant Derwent Valley
SWC Walk 315 - Hathersage Circular (via Bretton Clough and Eyam)
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Rolling hills, drystone walls, deep wooded valleys,the Hope Valley, Eyam and Hucklow ridges, mining industrial heritage, Eyam, peat bogs (on a good path)
SWC Walk 343 - Hope to Hathersage or Bamford (via Castleton)
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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
SWC Walk 304 - Kinder Scout Circuit (from Edale)
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Strenuous circuit of the Kinder Scout moorland plateau from Edale Station
SWC Walk 349 - Ladybower Inn Circular (via Alport Castles and Derwent Reservoirs)
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A grassy ridge to Britain’s longest inland landslip. Descend to skirt the famous Derwent Reservoirs. Hilly return options across moors or along edges.
SWC Walk 348 - Ladybower Inn Circular (via Derwent Edges and Strines)
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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.
Remote walk along the length of an iconic shinge spit with views inland and out to see. Shingle! Sep-Mar only. Check firing times!
SWC Walk 54 - Lulworth Cove Circular (via Tyneham and Durdle Door)
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Dramatic coastal scenery, Lulworth cove, hidden beaches, Durdle Door cliff arch, and a ghost town.
Weymouth Bay, then a dramatic cliff walk past small beaches, then higher cliffs past Durdle Door (stack) to Lulworth Cove
SWC Walk 346 - Wool Circular (via The Warren and Lulworth Cove and Castle)
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Thomas Hardy Country, pretty coombes, the Jurassic Coast (Durdle Door, Stair Hole and Lulworth Cove), Lulworth Park with its fantastic Castle, and Coombe Heath
View from top of the South Downs towards Indian War Memorial (just over the horizon as you follow the line of trees along the Sussex Border Path). D.Allen Vivitar 5mp
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A long almost circular walk via the Sussex Border Path, Sussex Villages, and the South Downs Way ridge from Ditchling Beacon to Wolstonbury Hill
Edenbridge to Westerham walk
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A slow climb from Eden Valley to the Greensand Ridge and the High Chart,via Chartwell (NT, Churchill's Home) and Emmetts Garden (NT).
View of Seven Sisters from the west. David A. Vivitar 5199
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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.
sea view from the coast path
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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
SWC Walk 181 - Lewes to Seaford via West Firle
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Glorious ramble over the South Downs to the sea covering areas less frequently walked
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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.
SWC Walk 25 - South Downs Way 8 : Southease to Eastbourne
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2 Long Ridge walks over open downs, beautiful Alfriston for lunch, and Eastbourne pier and prom. to finish.
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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.
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.
SWCP Day 2 - Spectacular and remote coastal walk.
SWCP Day 3 - Spectacular and remote coastal walk with a nice lunch pub
Moreton-in-Marsh Grand Circular walk
The Cotswold Hills and Escarpment with fine views and bucolic villages - Stanway, Stanton and Snowshill, and optionally, Broadway Tower
SWC Walk 265 - Dean to Mottisfont & Dunbridge
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Remote West Hampshire: varied Woodlands, the scenic valleys of the Wallop Brook and the Dun and Test Rivers and Broughton Down Nature Reserve
SWC Walk 183 - South Downs Way Section 2: West Meon to Petersfield
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A railway path, The South Downs Way, Old Winchester Hill, Butser Hill, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Buriton and The Hangers Way.
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Views from the North Downs ridge on the way out, returning across farm fields and finishing with a circuit through the grounds of Leeds Castle
A beginners guide to safely climbing the highest mountain in England and Wales.
SWC Walk 284 Bruton Circular (via Hauser & Wirth Somerset) or from Castle Cary
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Narrow steep-sided valleys with fast flowing streams and rivers, rolling hilltops, Alfred’s Tower, Hauser & Wirth Somerset art gallery
SWC Walk 267 - Sheffield Circular (via Porter, Limb, Sheaf and Gleadless Valleys)
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Strenuous excursion through the south westerly wooded valleys of Sheffield
SWC Walk 266 - Sheffield to Bamford (via Burbage Rocks and Stanage Edge) or to Moscar Lodge
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A walk of extreme contrasts: 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
Belted Galloway on Headley Heath
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A fairly strenuous walk in a beautiful part of the North Downs
Holmwood to Shamley Green walk
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The Greensand Way : Leith Hill and Tower, Holmbury Hill, Pitch Hill and the Hurt Wood
SWC Walk 111 Caterham to Knockholt (North Downs Way)
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The North Downs Way through woods with fine views - and within Zone 6 (some road noise). Long, with shorter options. Return by bus.
Mixed open and wooded chalk downland with several viewpoints close to London
SWC Walk 39 - Amberley to Pulborough
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The South Downs Way up a ridge and then across a couple of hills and through hanging woods in the morning. Then through the quiet West Weald and the Rother Valley with several heathery commons.
SWC Walk 217 Midhurst Way: Arundel to Midhurst
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Long walk though a remote and less visited part of the South Downs National Park
SWC Walk 27 - East Grinstead to Wivelsfield or Sheffield Park
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Long walk through area of bluebell-rich woodland then heathery commons, or shorter walk and return by steam train
Haslemere to Midhurst walk
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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
SWC Walk 294 - Pulborough to Halfway Bridge (via Tillington)
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The Rother and Lod valleys, Littleworth and Sutton Common heathlands, South Downs views, Burton Park and three good pubs
SWC Walk Rowlands Castle Circular
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A demanding walk, first through park- and woodland, then through the remote westerly valleys of the South Downs
Long walk via Kingley Vale SSI, Beacon Hill, and the South Downs ridge
SWC Walk 255 Pewsey or Marlborough Circular via Avebury
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Long walk over Wiltshire downs to Avebury World Heritage Site
SWC Walk 254 Salisbury Circular
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Long walk. 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
SWC Walk 250 Tisbury Circular via Alvediston
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An Iron Age hill fort, pretty coombes, and lots of ascent: the Vale of Wardour and West Wiltshire Downs AONB with views to the Cranborne Chase AONB and all the way to the coast
SWC Walk 252 Tisbury Circular via Donhead St. Andrew
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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.
SWC Walk 251 Tisbury Circular via Ludwell and Berwick St. John
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The Upper Nadder Valley (Wiltshire Downs), Wardour Park and its ruined Castle, steep ascents to Win Green and White Sheet hills and Chalke Valley.
SWC Walk 286 Westbury to Warminster (via Imber Range)
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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
SWC Walk 323 - Evesham to Pershore (via Dumbleton and Bredon Hills)
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Through the Vale of Evesham and over Cotswold Outliers with grand views of the Cotswolds and Malvern Hills
SWC Walk 324 The Malvern Hills (Great Malvern Circular or from Colwall)
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Route over the iconic Malverns Range, rising out of the Plain, with optional routes covering all but a few of the tops.