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This is a short walk with a lot of interest. Despite it not tackling any of the major Lakeland summits the views over Loughrigg Tarn are excellent and the panorama from Loughrigg Fell is one of the best. The descent through the arboretum of High Close and Low Wood maintains the interest. This is a great walk for a half day, perhaps when it has rained and then has started to brighten up.
This is an interesting walk from Elterwater or Chapel Stile. It is a companion/alternative to two other walks on this site :
https://www.visorando.com/en/walk-lingmo... but it takes in the fell top rather than a low level circumnavigation of the fell.
https://www.visorando.com/en/walk-langda... again taking the fell top and then dropping down from Blea Tarn to pick up the path back through Great Langdale.
A short and relatively easy walk which explores the lesser known Durham Denes that lie to the south of Castle Eden Dene.
A nice and easy circular walk around Airedale Square.
Lovely walk from Purston Park to Castle Syke Hill.
A short and easy circular walk from Featherstone Library.
A short and easy circular walk around Featherstone Library.
A short walk around a playing field in Featherstone.
A lovely walk along rural footpaths and lanes, starting at the village of Weston Longville, taking in the village of Lyng and Sparham Pools Nature Reserve before returning to Weston Longville.
A quick and lovely walk to (re)discover Featherstone.
Much of the walk takes place over an area of restored opencast mineral workings.
Nice walk with superb views of the East Pennines from the top of Windmill Hill.
An easy, circular walk, mainly on roadside pavements and good footpaths with some field side grass walking.
Nice walk from Walton along railways and through Walton Colliery Nature Park.
Nice and easy walk passing by The Walton War Memorial and using mostly the Wakefield Way.
Lovely walk from Walton to Haw Park using Trans-Pennine Trail.
An easy walk mainly on roadside pavements and green footpaths alongside field edges.
An easy circular walk, mainly on roadside pavements and green footpaths alongside field edges.
An easy, circular walk, mainly on pavements and good footpaths.
This is a great local walk from the front door of the Haybarn incorporating the local river, Afon Teigl, woodland, steepish climb back up to Llan Ffestiniog where you can take a rest at the local pub, Pengwern Arms, before heading back to the Haybarn following the main road.
A fabulous circular walk starting from the Tilberthwaite Valley. Best done in this direction so as to enjoy the ascent of Wetherlam Edge, great views in all directions and much interest on the walk.
A glorious walk in the hills between Martin Down and the Chalk Valley taking in Vernditch Chase, Marleycombe Hill, Church Bottom and Middleton Down Nature Reserve
The Wakefield Way is a 70 mile walk around the Wakefield Metropolitan District. It takes the walker through attractive undulating countryside of fields and woodland, stretches of water, country estates, charming villages and unexpected views. The walk visits places of historical interest and sites of Wakefield’s industrial past.
Easy walk from Henswmorth Bypass to Anglers Country Park using mostly Wakefield Way.
Nice walk from South Elmsall to Hemsworth Bypass passing by fields, hills and parks.
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