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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

National Trails News

Essex Scouts
A group of Scouts based in both Corringham and Stanford-Le-Hope, in Essex, are planning to walk the entire length of the Cotswold Way during...
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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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Google street view of the start of the SDW
Parts of the South Downs Way are now available to view though Googles Street View service. StreetView used to only be available on roads, but...
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Mud on SDW near Meon Valley Trail
Flooding around Exton in Hampshire caused a serious damage to the surface of part of the South Downs Way between the Meon Valley Trail and Old...
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Free training workshop will help local businesses benefit from walking tourismPlaces are still available at a free workshop in Hay-on-Wye on 10...
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Pennine Way - 50th Anniversary Logo
As we're sure you're now aware, the Pennine Way is 50 on April 26th 2015. The Pennine Way was the first National Trail to be...
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Marketing the Irresistible Offa; Promoting Walking and Distinctiveness A Walking With Offa Business Workshop  The Walking with Offa...
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Wessenden Dam
The often used short cut across the Wessenden Dam to the south of Marsden be closed from the 23rd March for a 3 month ...
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Out and About Guide
We are very pleased to report that the New Out And About Guide for the North York Moors is now available.  From it's dramatic front...
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Sandy Haven Old Crossing
The work has been completed about a fortnight ahead of schedule.  The crossing is now available  between 3 hours after high...
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