Find a walk/hike
Draw your walk on the mapYou have a walking idea? Draw it with our walking software Take it with you during your walk. Walking planner
A longer walk with historic buildings en route and lovely riverside views on the return.
A straightforward there-and-back walk to a local lake, heathland and woodland country park.
Explore our intimate local valley around Holmes Chapel.
Prehistoric remains, an aristocratic monument and an extended walk along the Menai Strait.
Cross the Menai Bridge for a wooded stroll around Bangor University’s botanic garden.
An ancient island church, with stunning views of the Menai Strait and its two iconic bridges.
A medieval church, a fine historic house and a pretty hamlet on the River Winster.
A walk from Cartmel Fell church via a scenic tarn to a wonderful Windermere viewpoint.
Woodland and striking limestone scenery with wildlife galore and outstanding views.
An extended walk along a glorious limestone edge with superb views and fantastic wildlife.
A wood renowned for its wild daffodils and rare butterflies, and a famous house and garden.
A simple, isolated church with superb views over the Lyth valley to the high fells of Lakeland.
Mostly on surfaced paths and roads, but woodland paths may be muddy. The town walls are occasionally uneven,
include numerous steps and in places require a head for heights.
Gradual ascent and some rocky ground. May be muddy or boggy in places.
Sandy paths, and wet grass after rain around The Mulberry.
Let the tram do the climbing, then walk downhill from Great Orme summit via Happy Valley Gardens. You can leave out the circuit of the farm on the summit if you want a shorter walk.
A straightforward walk to the West Shore with views over Llandudno and a delightful Victorian garden – look out for Tweedledum and Tweedledee!
Most of the walking is along the Marine Drive, which has some ups and downs but is otherwise straightforward.
A rocky limestone peak with super views back to Llandudno and the Great Orme, and a beach that’s often used by seals.
Two villages and atmospheric fenland droves around the White Cross Farm.
Along the Great Ouse to a historic pumphouse and a popular riverside pub.
A river and fenland walk to the stunning cathedral city.
Boggy or rocky in places; take care near cliff edges.
Significant road walking, though the majority is on quiet lanes. The coast path is rocky in places.
From Swineford Picnic Area, the route climbs up through the village of Upton Cheyney; from here it's over fields, passing Beach House, and on to Coldharbour Farm. Return is back down the valley, up the other side via the humorously named – Grandmother’s Rock Lane, then onto the less humorous - Hanging Hill, up to Lansdown. Then a short section of the Cotswold Way. On leaving the Cotswold Way the route continues downhill to the village of North Stoke to pick and back to the Swineford Car Park.
Visorando is the reference website and mobile app for outdoor activity routes. Our main focus is about walking, cycling and mountain biking tracks in the United Kingdom and France, and we include routes in other countries too. The site covers a wide range: from Sunday strolls to strenuous mountain hikes, long-distance trails and urban walks. The quality of the tracks we offer is more important than everything else for us: each track is precisely described and accompanied by a route map. The mobile app helps you to follow the hike on the ground by showing your GPS location in real-time. With these features, millions of people enjoy new routes each year thanks to Visorando.
The website was built on a participative model: everyone from private individuals to tourism professionals can share their own routes. Each track is checked by a team of moderators before being published. Users are then invited to give their opinion on the routes they have followed. By collecting information from the field, we are able to keep the tracks up to date. It is this specific model that has allowed us to build a collection of routes whose quality is currently unrivalled on the free web.
Our website is also available in French : click here to visit the French version of Visorando.
Visorando is managed by a team of eight full-time employees based in Alsace, at the bottom of the Vosges in France, plus about fifteen moderators across the country.