GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Walking Routes in England

England is covered with hundreds of well signed walking paths and trails passing through some of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of the country.
We have organised these routes by county with an overview map also available.

Please use the links below to view the currently mapped routes.

County DurhamCumbria
GloucestershireGreater London
Greater ManchesterHampshire
Isle of WightKent
Surrey Sussex
Tyne and Wear Warwickshire
West Midlands Wiltshire
Worcestershire Yorkshire

Latest Walking Routes

Arlesey4 miles (6 km)This small town in Bedfordshire is located close to two rivers where you can enjoy some easy waterside walking.
Shefford15 miles (24 km)This Bedfordshire based town is close to several areas of woodland with miles of walking and cycling trails to try. To the east there are also some pleasant waterside paths along the River Ivel and the River Hiz.
Macclesfield12 miles (20 km)This market town in Cheshire has an abundance of local options for walkers. There's canalside trails, an expansive forest, several pretty reservoirs and hill climbs with fabulous views over the Cheshire Plain.
Dersingham Bog4 miles (6 km)This circular walk explores the Dersingham Bog Site of Special Scientific Interest in North Norfolk. The nature reserve is part of the wider Sandringham Royal Estate and includes attractive heathland with interesting flora and fauna to see. Keep your eyes peeled for Nightjar, woodlark and tree pipit as you make your way around the expansive site.
Wolferton2 miles (2.7 km)This historic North Norfolk village includes a noteworthy old Royal rail station and a 13th century church. For walkers there's some nice trails in the adjacent woodland and bogland with the Royal residence of Sandringham House also nearby.
Mellor3 miles (5 km)This circular walk takes you up to the Mellor Cross on Mellor Moor in Greater Manchester.
Inkberrow7 miles (11.5 km)This pretty Worcestershirevillage includes a picturesque village green, a historic church and a fine local pub. The settlement is notable as the model forAmbridge, the setting ofBBC Radio 4's long-running seriesThe Archers.
Barham10 miles (16 km)This pretty village is located within the Kent Downs AONB, just south of Canterbury. The village includes a 14th century church and the 17th century and Broome Park, a Grade I listed building with gardens. For walkers there are some fine trails taking you through the North Downs and the Elham Valley.
Lenham6 miles (9 km)This Kent based village has some fine walking trails on which to explore the North Downs and the lovely Stour Valley countryside. The settlement also includes a pretty square and a historic high street with a number of listed buildings. There's also a Grade I listed Tithe Barn, an early 1600s pub and a notable 14th century church to investigate.
Kings Sutton10 miles (15.7 km)This attractive West Northamptonshire village is a lovely place to start a walk. The settlement is located very close to a scenic river and canal with a water based nature reserve also within walking distance of the village centre.
Bearsted6 miles (9 km)This attractive Kent based village has a pretty village green, a local community run woodland park and easy access to the footpaths on the North Downs.
Meopham4 miles (6.2 km)This Kent based village has a number of local woods and parks to visit. The village itself includes a picturesque village green with a cricket pitch and restored windmill.
The Hangman Hills5 miles (7.5 km)A challenging circular walk visiting Little Hangman and Great Hangman Hills near Combe Martin in Devon.
The walk starts in Combe Martin and heads east to Little Hangman Hill via Lester Point. You continue by climbing the 1044 feet (318 metres) high Great Hangman Hill. It is England's highest sea cliff and the highest point on theSouth West Coast Path. At the summit you wil find a cairn and can enjoy fabulous views over the surrounding coast and countryside. The route then descends through the countryside to Knap Down, before returning to Combe Martin. Here you can wander through the pretty village, admire the beautiful Combe Martin Bay and reward yourself with refreshments at one of the excellent pubs. There's also fine views over Holdstone Down and towards Lundy Island.
In the summer months look out for pretty flowers such as primroses and violets and wildlife including warblers and various coastal birds.
If you would like to extend your walking in the area then you could head east along the coast to the lovely Heddon Valley. Here you will find riverside walking trails and the imposing cliffs of Heddon's Mouth.
Argal Reservoir2 miles (3.4 km)This walk visits the lovely Argal Reservoir near Penryn and Falmouth in Cornwall. It's a lovely place for a walk with fine views across the water to the surrounding Cornish countryside.
Brigg9 miles (14.5 km)This North Lincolnshire based market town has some fine waterside walking through the Ancholme Valley.
Croft Castle2 miles (2.8 km)This walk explores the grounds and gardens of the National Trust's Croft Castle near Leominster and Ludlow in Herefordshire.
Rainford11 miles (18 km)This village is in a good spot for exploring the Mersey Forest. The village has some nice country trails, a local nature reserve and is also very close to the highest point in the county.
Bishop Wilton10 miles (15.5 km)This pretty little village in the East Riding of Yorkshire is a pleasant place to start a walk into the Yorkshire Wolds. The village includes a Grade I listed medieval church and is close to the highest point in the Wolds at Garrowby Hill.
Romaldkirk5 miles (8 km)This picturesque village in County Durham is surrounded by some beautiful Teesdale countryside. There's also a noteworthy Saxon Church and a fine 18th century coaching inn to relax in after your exercise.
Fotheringhay11 miles (18 km)This pretty Northamptonshire village has some picturesque thatched cottages, an old castle motte and splendid views of the River Nene.