There is guidance in England and Wales on staying safe and protecting others in greenspaces.
Exercise is important for health and wellbeing, but please follow guidance to stay safe and protect others.
Relevant advice when using of public rights of way in England includes:
STAY ALERT. CONTROL THE VIRUS. SAVE LIVES https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
In Wales for public health protection some public footpaths and areas of access land have been closed. This new legislation affects some sections of National Trails in Wales. You can find out more about National Trail and other public access closures by checking the web pages of National Parks or local authorities for details.
With 16 Trails to choose from we're sure you'll find one just right for you. Select a Trail below to find suggested itineraries and useful information.
Experience the varied landscape of the North York Moors National Park on a journey across breathtaking heather moorland and dramatic coastlineView trail
Step back in time in scenic southern England on an idyllic walk through the Cotswolds to the Roman city of BathView trail
From the Scottish Border to the Wash this incredibly varied stretch of coast has it all.View trail
From the Scottish Border to the Welsh Border this stretch of coast is a journey of contrastsView trail
From the Wash to Southampton, passing stunning wildlife and cultureView trail
From the Welsh Border to Southampton this dramatic stretch of coast is bound to impressView trail
Celebrate Welsh cultural and natural history in the footsteps of Owain Glyndŵr on this peaceful trail.View trail
Follow in the footsteps of Romans and trek alongside an ancient monument on a coast to coast walk across northern EnglandView trail
Trace ancient routes on a modern-day pilgrimage through Surrey to the Kent Coast at Dover, along one of England's most accessible trailsView trail
Be surrounded by history and wildlife beside the 8th Century ancient monument along the English Welsh Border.View trail
Follow the most breathtaking coastline in Britain past rugged cliffs, sheltered coves and stunning beachesView trail
Follow ancient packhorse routes, drovers roads and newly created bridleways through the magnificent Pennines.View trail
Walk the backbone of Britain from the Peak District to the Scottish Borders on England’s first National TrailView trail
Travel the length of the South Downs passing attractive wildlife, visible prehistory, fine pubs and pretty villages.View trail
Walk hundreds of miles of superb coastline through Somerset, Devon, Cornwall and Dorset on England’s longest National TrailView trail
Follow the greatest river in England past water meadows, unspoilt rural villages and historical towns and citiesView trail
Take a route used since prehistoric times by travellers, herdsmen and soldiers through ancient landscapes.View trail
Discover the Yorkshire Wolds dry valleys and wildflowers alongside vibrant market towns and ancient villagesView trail
Choose a Trail and use the itinerary planner to create your own trip.