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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

National Trails News

The Trail Passport season is now open.  All seven stamping points INCLUDING the Robin Hood Inn are operating as normal.  The Robin...
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Cliff Well
The Cotswold Voluntary Wardens recently completed a job to improve the Cotswold Way near Haresfield Beacon.The hillside path had been crumbing...
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Glyndŵr’s Way is now on Twitter!Look for us @glyndwrsway with the dragon icon.Feel free to browse and Tweet us.
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We don't normally do projects like this, so the chance to be involved in having a hedge laid on The Roman Steps at Machynlleth has been a...
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May 's a very busy month in the Offa's corridor.The May Day Bank holiday weekend starts with Bishope Castle Walking Festival , The...
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The works that had been taking place at St John's Hill, Chepstow have now finished, so that section of the trail is now open and usable...
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27/04/2015
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High Paradise Farm
Something wonderful has happened on the Cleveland Way with the return of the High Paradise Tearooms, smack bang on the Trail above Boltby....
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We walked the way in a day ! We're delighted to say you did it !The Pennine Way, Britain’s oldest and best known National Trail, was...
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23/04/2015
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After a long wait, the Cotswold Way Hall of Fame is back.  Completing the Cotswold Way National Trail is an achievement worthy of...
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Stumps Cross
For years walkers on the Cotswold Way at Stumps Cross near Stanway must have wondered how it got its name. Its position marks a crossroads which...
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