List of Green Walks

Waldershare Park (North Downs Way)

We have grouped the walks in the first instance using the UK Government’s economic regions, splitting Scotland and Wales into two each for practical purposes. A walk will appear in any region it crosses, not just in the region where its conventional “startpoint” is situated. If you are searching near the edge of one of these regions, be sure to look across the boundary to neighbouring regions.

In addition, we are building collections of walks in logistically sensible groupings, including some travel-to-walk nodes, and we have an astonishing list of over 1200 public transport connections (also indicating gaps) along the 5600km coastal paths of England and Wales.

Disclaimer and advisory notices

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The responsibility for safety and security is vested in the walker alone: can take no responsibility for any inconvenience, damage, loss or injury sustained while using a route or other information from this site — many things can change without warning.

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