We have great pleasure in presenting below the new articles and new walks published during May 2016.
This summer we are working in West Sussex to help promote the area to visitors and to encourage more people to take up walking, both visitors and local residents. As part of this project, we will be creating 10 new West Sussex Weekends iFootpath walking guides, beautiful routes exploring the West Sussex countryside, towns and villages. We need each walk to be fronted by a volunteer walking ambassador, someone that will put their name, face and story to the walk to encourage younger people and families to visit West Sussex and catch the walking bug…
iFootpath is pleased to announce that it is now the proud owner of another excellent walking website, DogWalksYorkshire. As current iFootpath customers know, our mission in life is to make walking accessible, fun and stress-free for seasoned walkers and newcomers alike. When we first came across the DogWalksYorkshire website we were pleased to find like-minded folk with a similar ethos, albeit specifically aimed at dog walkers in Yorkshire. When we learned that the current DogWalksYorkshire team were looking to pass on the baton to someone that could take their website forward, we were pleased to step up and offer to do just that.
If you love getting out and about and enjoying yourself, Great Outdoors Month is the perfect month for you! It’s an ideal opportunity to teach children about the joy of playing outside and how getting out and about can be part of a healthy lifestyle. Getting out and about is often a free or cheap day out for families, and can be a lot of fun. It’s a great way to learn about nature and the environment, to de-stress and to improve your mental and physical well-being.
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|Styal and Airport||A circular walk from Styal village through the Bollin valley and back past the runway of Manchester Airport. After the walk you can explore Styal village with its thatched cottages and half timbered buildings...|
|Visit Ryedale: Malton and Swinton||A 6 mile (10km) circular walk from the market town of Malton in Ryedale. The route heads north-west, leaving the town via the footbridge over the A64 to visit the two pretty villages of Broughton and Swinton...|
|Sussex Hospices Trail Part 18: Uckfield to North Chailey||A 6 mile linear walk from Uckfield bus station to the North Chailey bus stop in East Sussex, forming the 18th stretch of the Sussex Hospices Trail. The route takes you from the busy edge of Uckfield into...|
|Finstock Stroll||A short circular walk from Finstock. This is an easy and pleasant stroll although there is one short, steep descent. You will need to negotiate several gates but there are no stiles on route.|
|Visit Ryedale: Pickering and Ings Bridge||A 5.5 mile (9km) circular walk (which can be shortened to 3 miles) from the market town of Pickering in Ryedale. The route heads south and west following the line of the idyllic Pickering Beck through meadows...|
|Visit Ryedale: Kirkbymoorside Discovery Trail||A 1.3 mile (2 km) circular walk (part of which is easy access) from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route discovers some of the highlights of this delightful town including the Shambles,...|
|Visit Ryedale: Kirkbymoorside and Ravenswick||A 4 mile (6.5 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route heads east and north, visiting the site of the former Ravenswick Hall, the beautiful Ravenswyke Woods and a long...|
|Visit Ryedale: Norton and Langton||A 5 mile (8km) circular walk near the market town of Norton on Derwent in Ryedale. The route performs a loop to the south to visit the picturesque village of Langton, taking in long stretches of peaceful...|
|Visit Ryedale: Helmsley and Beck Dale||A 6.5 mile (10.5km) circular walk from the market town of Helmsley in Ryedale. The route heads north through the beautiful woodland belt of Beck Dale, following an idyllic babbling brook, before crossing...|
|Visit Ryedale: Helmsley and River Rye||A 4 mile (6.5km) circular walk from the market town of Helmsley in Ryedale. The route heads south along the banks of the River Rye, through pastures and crop fields, crossing the river via the footbridge...|
|Visit Ryedale: Norton and Menethorpe||A 6.5 mile (10.5km) circular walk from Malton rail station in the market town of Norton-on-Derwent in Ryedale. The route heads south-west, through sheep pastures, horse paddocks and the golf course to reach...|
|Sussex Hospices Trail Part 12: Crowhurst to Battle||A 4 mile linear walk from Crowhurst rail station to Battle rail station in East Sussex, forming the 12th stretch of the Sussex Hospices Trail. The route passes through Fore Wood, a little known woodland which...|
|Tackley and Pigeon Lock||The walk is relatively flat though there are a few gentle inclines. You will need to negotiate several gates, some steps plus one stile. The route crosses the railway at an official but unsignalled crossing...|
|Visit Ryedale: Malton and Broughton Lane||A 4.5 mile (7km) circular walk (part of which is easy access) from the market town of Malton in Ryedale. The route heads west, leaving the town via the footbridge over the A64 to explore a pretty woodland...|
|Cawthorn Roman Camps||The path around the camps is mainly a hard, compacted surface and is fairly level. There is a short, undulating section on grass and wet weather may affect this section’s accessibility. There are no stiles...|
|The Oakley Arms Reservoir and Priory Trail||A 5 mile circular pub walk from The Oakley Arms near Brewood in Staffordshire. The Oakley Arms serves fine food, wines and local beer in the spacious dining areas or the beautiful terrace overlooking the...|
|Visit Ryedale: Pickering and Cawthorn Camps||A 10 mile (16km) ‘there and back’ walk from the market town of Pickering in Ryedale. The route heads north through the simple landscape of woodland belts, quiet lanes, arable fields and pastures to visit...|
|Visit Ryedale: Norton and Auburn Hill||A 6 mile (10km) circular walk from the market town of Norton on Derwent in Ryedale. The route performs a loop to the east, taking in long stretches of peaceful arable fields and the southern tracks and lanes...|
|Farley Mount and Parnholt Circular||This is a beautiful 6 mile walk around the Farley Mount area. It starts at the Farley Mount car park and you will pass the mount (the pyramid shaped folly that gives the park its name) on the way to waypoint...|
|Visit Ryedale: Kirkbymoorside and St Gregory’s Minster||A 5 mile (8 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route heads west through open fields and pastures, visiting Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones...|
|The Dog and Duck Outwood Common Trail||A 3 mile circular pub walk from the Dog and Duck in Outwood, Surrey. The Dog and Duck is a delightful pub where everyone is made welcome. From walkers to cyclists and children to dogs, you are guaranteed...|
|The Dog and Duck Harewoods Estate Trail||A 6 mile circular pub walk from the Dog and Duck in Outwood, Surrey. The Dog and Duck is a delightful pub where everyone is made welcome. From walkers to cyclists and children to dogs, you are guaranteed...|
|Aira Force Loop||A walk past Aira Force waterfalls and a panoramic birds eye view of Ullswater Lake. Some of the most stunning scenery I have ever experienced in the UK! The walk climbs up Benard Pike giving the view over...|
|Fifield and Foxholes Nature Reserve||This is a very pleasant circular walk from the Cotswold village of Fifield. The walk passes through Foxholes Nature Reserve. This tranquil woodland, once part of the ancient forest of Wychwood, is one of...|
|Shipton-Under-Wychwood Circular||This is a circular walk from Shipton-Under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire. The return section of the walk passes Bruern Abbey, the site of a Cistercian Abbey founded in 1147 by Nicholas Basset. The abbey was dissolved...|
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