We have great pleasure in presenting below the new walks created and published on the iFootpath website and App in April 2016. To view all iFootpath walks please use this link - all walks>>
|Finstock and Wychwood Way||A 4 mile circular walk from the Oxfordshire village of Finstock. The surrounding countryside is beautiful and provides the perfect location for an afternoon stroll. The wooded sections have a magnificent...|
|Visit Ryedale: Pickering Castle and Newbridge||A 2.5 mile (4km) circular walk from the market town of Pickering in Ryedale. The route heads north through quiet lanes and pastures to the railway crossing at Newbridge before climbing into woodland to visit...|
|Sussex Hospices Trail Part 11: West St Leonards to Crowhurst||A 5 mile linear walk from West St Leonards rail station to Crowhurst rail station in East Sussex, forming the 11th stretch of the Sussex Hospices Trail. The route takes you around the open land at the edge...|
|New Yatt Circular||A 6 mile circular walk starting from the Oxfordshire village of New Yatt. The walk includes field paths, riverside paths and some short paved road sections. There are fine views along the way making it well...|
|Stoughton, Up Marden and East Marden||A circular walk that takes in woodland and open countryside and two ancient villages in rural Sussex plus expansive views across the South Downs. At the right time of the year you are rewarded with carpets...|
|Visit Ryedale: Helmsley and Riccal Dale||An 8 mile (13km) circular walk from the market town of Helmsley in Ryedale. The route heads out across sheep pastures and open fields to explore the woodland ravine of Riccal Dale, in the company of the beautiful...|
|Visit Ryedale: Appleton le Street to Malton||IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a linear walk that relies on a bus service for the return leg, which runs Monday to Saturday. If you choose to complete the walk on a Sunday, you will need to use a taxi for the return...|
|Visit Ryedale: Helmsley Discovery Trail||A 1.2 mile (2km) easy access circular trail around the market town of Helmsley in Ryedale. The route discovers several of the town’s key attractions including the bustling Market Place, the pretty beck,...|
|Visit Ryedale: Helmsley and Rievaulx Abbey||A 6.5 mile (10.5km) there and back walk from the market town of Helmsley in Ryedale. The route follows the Cleveland Way through open fields, beautiful woodland belts and along quiet lanes to visit the spectacular...|
|Visit Ryedale: Norton and Whitewall Views||A 2.5 mile (4km) easy access circular walk from the market town of Norton on Derwent in Ryedale. The route performs a simple loop through the pavements and southern lanes, home to many horse racing stables...|
|Visit Ryedale: Malton and St Mary’s Priory||A 3 mile (5km) easy access circular walk from the market town of Malton in Ryedale. The route explores the town’s market place, a beautiful stretch of the River Derwent and a number of historic sites including...|
|Visit Ryedale: Fox and Rabbit to Pickering||A 6 mile (10 km) linear walk from the village of Lockton (home to the Fox and Rabbit Inn) to the market town of Pickering in Ryedale. Begin by catching the bus from Pickering to Lockton where you can enjoy...|
|Visit Ryedale: Kirkbymoorside and Gillamoor||A 6 mile (10 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route heads north through Manor Vale Woodland and open fields to reach nearby Gillamoor with its pretty church and surprise...|
|Stonesfield via Roman Villa||The walk has several climbs and descents throughout. Some sections can get muddy and the path under the railway bridge can be flooded after periods of rain. You will need to negotiate a few stiles (including...|
|Wilverley Enclosure||The walk is largely flat and on man-made paths. The sections on more natural paths can be muddy at times, but alternative by-passes for these areas can usually be found. You will need to negotiate a few wide...|
|Ewelme Circular||The walk has several steady climbs and descents throughout plus a few steeper sections. There are no stiles on route, but you will need to negotiate several kissing gates. There are a few sections walking...|
|Stockbridge, Danebury Down and Longstock||A 7.5 mile circular walk from the idyllic market town of Stockbridge in Hampshire. There are lovely views of the rolling downs throughout and your journey is punctuated with an optional visit to Danebury...|
|Historic Twickenham||A 3 mile linear walk from Strawberry Hill Station to St Margaret's Station, exploring Twickenham. Twickenham is a Thames-side suburb most famous for the England Rugby Union national stadium. This walk stays...|
|Thorney Island||The route involves accessing MOD land. Entry and exit is via remote controlled gates and you will be asked for some personal details (home address etc) before you are allowed access. You will also need to...|
You may also like to read the articles that we published on the iFootpath website during April 2016.
A recent two-part BBC documentary explored the latest scientific research into how to stay young in both body and mind. Episode 2 concentrated particularly on helping the brain to stay young. The findings, statistics and latest advice made a fascinating watch and it revealed good news for walkers!
The hay fever season is upon us. It is an often under-estimated condition, but those that suffer will know all too well that is can be extremely debilitating and turn a bright sunny day into a miserable one. Anyone, from the very young to the elderly can suffer and in the worst cases it drives individuals to hide away indoors to avoid the dreaded pollen. Allergy UK explains the condition and provides some helpful advice for sufferers.
Walking is good for you. Seasoned walkers will tell you this time and time again, but it’s nice to have it confirmed by scientific studies from time to time. The latest evidence comes from The Wildlife Trusts via an impact study of its 30 Days Wild campaign. The UK’s first month-long nature challenge saw sustained increases in participants’ happiness and health through connections with nature such as feeding the birds and countryside walks.
New to our Accommodation Directory.
Holden Farm Camping is a traditional campsite on a working farm at the western gateway of the South Downs National Park. Only 6 miles from Winchester and 6 miles from Alresford, it is a perfect location to plan your adventure. The South Downs National Trail passes straight past the campsite. We look forward to having you on site and helping you plan your holiday.
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