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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

National Trails News

National Trails are now a 'Good Cause' with Easyfundraising.org.uk. This meens that you can raise money for National Trails by simply...
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Start of the friendship trail
A brand-new circular walk has just been opened on the Cotswold Way, linking two of the world’s most iconic walking routes. Back at...
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70-year-old Roger Barrett who is registered blind walked the entire Pembrokeshire Coast Path recently and is encouraging people of all abilities...
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Volunteers making Thames Path signs
If you've enjoyed being close to the river and walking the Thames Path, you can help us to maintain and enhance our National Trail. We face...
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A new sculpture will be installed in October 2015 to mark the start point of the North Downs Way in Farnham, Surrey. Designed and built in...
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We are very grateful to those walkers who choose to make donations towards the maintenance of Hadrian's Wall Path and its associated...
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Walkers near Bury Hill
If you love walking or riding on the South Downs Way, you can now help us to keep it looking its best and fund future improvements. On each SDW...
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It sounds like a walk in the Park, but it’s a challenge taking care of one of the world’s most iconic walking trails in the...
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Horsey happiness
A second stretch of the England Coast Path along parts of the Norfolk coastline was approved by the Secretary of State on Monday 28th September....
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Flagged path on The Cheviot
The Pennine Way is the oldest and probably the toughest of the National Trails. It offers life-changing opportunities to explore the wild...
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