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iFootpath is proud to be the walking guides partner for an exciting arts project in the Surrey Hills. During Summer 2016 a number of striking looking sculptures popped up along the Greensand Way. These distinct pieces of art are part of the Inspiring Views project delivered by Surrey Hills Arts. Funded through the Mittal Foundation, this project has worked with landowners to open up hidden views along the Greensand Way, improve access and commission artists to interpret the views through art, poetry and sound.
Ryedale District Council has teamed up with iFootpath to bring you the Visit Ryedale Collection, 21 digital walking guides that will help you discover this glorious part of North Yorkshire. Each walk begins in one of the market towns – Helmsley, Kirkbymoorside, Pickering, Malton and Norton-on-Derwent – and there are routes to suit all abilities, from shorter discovery trails to longer countryside rambles. The Visit Ryedale Collection is part of the wider Ryedale Market Towns promotion project, which aims to help visitors discover the beautiful countryside around the five Ryedale market towns, whilst also encouraging stops at attractions, cafes, pubs and shops along the way.
iFootpath has teamed up with Friends of Sussex Hospices to create a trail dedicated to raising awareness of the work of the hospices in Sussex. The Sussex Hospices Trail is a 200 mile (320km) circular long distance path that starts and ends in Chichester. Using existing footpaths and bridleways, the trail guides walkers on an exciting, rewarding and sometimes exhilarating journey around the Sussex countryside. It is the perfect way of experiencing all that Sussex has to offer, from seaside promenades to riverside pastures and tranquil woodlands to the bracing tops of the South Downs. The variety of the route is a real treat and there are lots of landmarks to visit along the way too. If you’ve ever fancied visiting Arundel Castle, Battle Abbey, Brighton’s i360, Glorious Goodwood or Chichester Cathedral then this is a great opportunity to do just that.
'Get off the bus and take a walk!' Aimed at inspiring local people to get out and enjoy Nottingham's fantastic countryside and the city's hidden gems, Nottingham City Transport has partnered with the popular website and app, iFootpath, to create six walking guides specifically designed to work around the NCT bus network.
iFootpath has teamed up with Surrey County Council to bring you the Explore Surrey collection. This collection of 51 digital walking guides takes in the best of Surrey's glorious countryside. Whether you're an adventurous walker or someone who prefers a short stroll, there's a walk to suit you. The routes have been hand-picked by Surrey County Council's countryside team, giving you a true flavour of the diversity, beauty and splendour of the county. You will discover ancient woodlands, chalk downland, meandering rivers, expansive vineyards, sweeping valleys, historic parkland and beautiful villages. There is plenty of historical interest along the way too. From gunpowder mills and semaphore towers, mills and pillboxes to historic churches and majestic stately homes, you may be surprised at how much there is to discover on your doorstep.
Working with Adnams we have created eleven pub walks in Suffolk and Norfolk. All the walks take in at least one wonderful Adnams pub where you can enjoy great food and drink to help you on your journey. Each walk can be printed from the iFootpath website or you can download and print the PDF leaflet. Better still all the walks can be found on the iFootpath iPhone and Android Apps so you can take the walk with you and follow progress on the live interactive map.
The three walks start and finish at Moonlight Cottage in Cocking, West Sussex in the heart of the South Downs. Moonlight Cottage is a wonderful B&B (open all year) and tea room (open March to September) offering walkers a perfect base for weekends away or simply some delicious refreshments after a day of walking.
We have created a circular walk from each of these pubs below, which cunningly culminates in the pub itself. Each pub has its own style and flavour, though you'll find good cask beers, freshly cooked food, decent and affordable wine and a good shelf of malt whiskies throughout. They are all informal places for people who like to meet, eat, drink and talk in a relaxed friendly atmosphere.
We have created four walks around the Slindon Estate in West Sussex. The Slindon Estate is the National Trust’s largest traditional estate on the South Downs. The 3,500 acre estate has existed since the 7th century and is 4 miles long and 2 miles at its widest. For many years the estate belonged to the Archbishops of Canterbury and included a palace and deer park. It has been managed by the National Trust since 1950.
We have created four walks from the Dabling Duck cafe in Shere, Surrey. Shere is located between Guildford and Dorking, just south of the A25. The Dabbling Duck is a great place to meet up for breakfast, morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea. The welcome is warm and the food is a treat.
In this post you will find code to help you link to iFootpath whether it be to the home page, a list fo walks generated from a postcode or through content syndication. We are always very happy to help so please contact us if you require further help.
Linking to iFootpath using the first half of a postcode
This type of link is particularly useful if you want to link to walks nearby and attraction or accommodation. For example, if you have a cottage that you rent you may like to provide a link to walks that are in easy reach. The walk that are displayed are always the up to date and the list will build as more walks are added.
Linking to an up to date list of iFootpath walks by postcode requires only on URL in the form of -
A postcode search box is more useful if you have a blog or website that covers a range of geographical locations. you can insert the HTML code in a webpage or in a Wordpress text widget. Below is an example of the search box and you can of course tailor the words to suit your needs. Please note that the search will only work with the first half of the postcode whether that is 3 or 4 characters long.
Please input the first half of your postcode to find walking guides nearby
Here is the code.
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Content Syndication will allow iFootpath walks to be displayed within the your own website by drawing on live data from the iFootpath servers. The walk information will be shown in a similar layout to how it is shown on iFootpath.com. Here is an example of a page that can be embedded into your own website.
I want to congratulate you on your web site/app performance, quick, reliable and easy to use. I have similar walking apps with OS Maps and ViewRanger but yours is best.
This app has totally changed my life, i absolutely love it. I did this walk yesterday, what a beautiful walk it is, i thoroughly enjoyed it and would definitely do it again, in fact i met an older gentleman who was on his 100 and something time there!! My sister and daughter cant wait to come along. The noise mentioned about the motorway is negligible and for me did not detract from the overall walk at all, the view from the top was stunning!!
So far I have downloaded 5 walks and completed 3 of them, tomorrow will be No 4.
I love your website
The walk descriptions are the best I have used in the last six years of rambling since I retired.
This is a website I would be more than happy to pay a subscription for, instead I'll donate a sum to my favourite charity.
Have deleted Pokemon Go and downloaded @ifootpathuk which is much more 'me'
I love the illustrated descriptions of each walk section. Really helps to enjoy the walk and get to know something about what I'm seeing. So much better than apps that only provide GPS co-ordinates and no photos or description. Love it!
After trying out numerous other apps I came across this one: way ahead of any of the others in every way. Much more accurate and very easy to use with great features. Would highly recommend it as THE app to use for walking.
Just wonderful, with walks for everyone: the fit, the not-so-fit, short walks, long walks, through woods, up hills (and down).
I highly recommend it, as my mum and I use it to go for walks and finish by eating at a pub. Its detailed and sometimes humorous instructions lead us easily to our destination. Also, to top this, it has interesting facts about the area we're walking in
I don't review much but this app deserves it. Downloaded some really good walks and the combination of the good descriptions and the really useful map of the walk showing where you are make it a brilliant tool. Well done and keep up the good work.
Very enjoyable and well described route. Views over the river from the warren were stunning.
Fantastic walk and amazing views. Great directions though I followed the GPS map mainly
Great walk, instructions were very detailed, perfect!
This may be the best walk I've ever done. It was certainly the best directions.
Even on a cold windy day with it trying to snow this was still an excellent walk. We managed it with our 2 children of 5 yrs and one in a all terain pram (a defo no no with a normal pram). Will be doing this one again in the summer.
Used app while visiting (it was great!)--live in Texas. Thanks!
Your app and walks are a dream to use
Did this walk this morning with our three little girls and we all love it. Great day outdoor!