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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

National Trails News

Walking the Trail in 2015 and would like your Passport before you set off?  Trail Passports are now available from Trail Gift Shop at http...
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28/01/2015
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views near Settrington
Fancy a circular walk?  Walks on the Yorkshire Wolds Way are pretty perfect over Winter.  Its all about nice hills, but nothing too...
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The start of the Peddars Way at Knettishall Heath
If you are planning a walk on the Peddars Way on Saturday, 31st January, please don't be disturbed if you come accross a check point or are...
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Hard work pulling and pushing a hand cart
Check out Josie Dew's latest adventure pushing a cart of equipment (and children) along the SDW and Lizzie Ballagher's latest poem on...
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Looking towards Salcombe
Take part in the sixth Coastal Marathon from Torcross to Bantham, via Salcombe along some of South Devon’s most beautiful coastline. This...
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Hiker enjoying sunset on South West Coast path near Polzeath, Cornwall.
The South West Coast Path ranks alongside the Great Himalayan Trail as one of the world’s most awe-inspiring hikes, according to a...
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20/01/2015
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Planning your 2015 walking activities during these dark winter evenings, what about trying a Walking Festival, if you have not done so already....
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deer photo
This year we are working with Yorkshire Coast Nature to encourage wildlife spotting along the Cleveland Way.The YCN team have launched a new...
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Footpath route out of Exton Village (heading East)
The footpath route of the South Downs Way that heads eastward out of Exton village is currently flooded to a depth of 25cm and very muddy. If...
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Winchcombe Walking Festival
For the second time this popular and friendly Walking Festival has been honoured with a Silver Award, this time in the Best Event category. In...
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