We have great pleasure in presenting below the new articles and new walks published during November 2016.
We are delighted that our friends at Salisbury Pubs have been awarded the Gold Award at the Free From Eating Out Awards 2016. The Alford Arms in Frithsden and The Royal Oak in Marlow have been recognised for their excellence in making it a breeze for people with food allergies to enjoy a superb pub meal – a subject close to my own heart. And as the pubs are partners of iFootpath, you can combine your meal out with a wonderful country ramble to work up an appetite before your meal…
As National Tree Week – which runs from 26 November to 4 December 2016 – approaches, The Tree Council is encouraging everyone to consider how they can change views for the better by planting and celebrating trees. First mounted in 1975, National Tree Week is the UK's largest tree celebration and launches the start of the winter tree planting season.
In the USA, 17th November marks Take a Hike Day. So why not support our American cousins in this celebration of all things outdoors and get out on a ramble yourself this week? After all, walkers in other countries would give their eye teeth for the UK's walking freedoms...
|Monkton and North Marden||An 8 mile circular walk in West Sussex through woodland and open downland with expansive views. Passing a pub deep in the woods with a fascinating history, a lost medieval village, a secret villa hidden from...|
|Freeland Stroll||This is a 3 mile circular walk from the Oxfordshire village of Freeland. The walk includes field paths and some paved road sections. The walk is relatively flat with just one gentle incline up but there are...|
|Filey and the Centenary Way||A 4 mile circular walk from the coastal town of Filey in North Yorkshire. Filey is a charming seaside town with some dog-friendly stretches of beach, ideal for a good romp. If you and your dog need a bit...|
|Hooks Way and back via Telegraph House||A 4 mile circular walk in West Sussex through woodland and open downland with expansive views. Locally I would say this is a classic walk, passing a pub deep in the woods which holds a lot of history for...|
|Belfast Waterworks||A 1.5 mile circular route exploring the two ponds that make up the Waterworks, one of Belfast’s many public parks. Vibrant and buzzing with locals, the Waterworks is a popular spot for walkers, families...|
|The Physician and Birmingham’s Waterside||A 5.5 mile circular pub walk from The Physician in Edgbaston, Birmingham. The Physician is a fabulous pub and restaurant housed in the former British Medical Institute building and today boasting beautiful...|
|Tilshead and Salisbury Plain||A 6 mile circular walk in Wiltshire, exploring a section of Salisbury Plain and the pretty village of Tilshead. Be prepared for a unique atmosphere on this beautiful expanse of chalk grassland, where you...|
|Stroud to Stonehouse Canal Trail||A 3.5 mile linear walk from Stroud (Gloucestershire) rail station to Stonehouse rail station, a waterside journey along the restored Stroudwater Navigation. The beautiful canal towpath takes you through areas of parkland,...|
|Finchdean and West Marden Loop||A pleasant 4.5 mile circular walk starting at Finchdean Hampshire and going to West Marden, returning by an alternate route. The walk includes woodland and open downland with views down to the Solent during the early...|
|Osmotherley and the Cleveland Way||A 6.5 mile circular walk from the village of Osmotherley in the Hambleton Hills in North Yorkshire, at the western edge of the North York Moors. The expansive views and peace and quiet are great for you,...|
|Bibury and Bibury Court Estate||A 4 mile circular walk from the popular Gloucestershire village of Bibury in the Cotswolds. The craftsman and artist William Morris described Bibury as the most beautiful village in England when he visited...|
|Finchdean Loop||A pleasant 4 mile circular walk starting and ending in Finchdean, Hampshire. The walk includes woodland and open downland with glimpses of the Solent. It includes the ancient church of St Hubert's which has...|
|Flash and Three Shires Head||A 4 mile circular walk in the Staffordshire Moors. The walk starts from the village of Flash which claims to be the highest village in England, it is a rather windswept location high on the western gritstone...|
|Lambourn and Eastbury Down||A 7 mile circular walk from the village of Lambourn in West Berkshire. Lambourn is a pretty village nestled alongside a small chalk stream in the Valley of the Racehorse and is well worth exploring before...|
|Acaster Malbis and the River Ouse||A 3 mile circular walk from the village of Acaster Malbis, near York in North Yorkshire. This riverside walk gives your pooch the opportunity to be off lead on grassy paths and have a swim or paddle in the...|
|Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd||A 6 mile circular walk in the Carding Mill Valley, Shropshire. The area around the Carding Mill Valley is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Long Mynd is an important place for wildlife...|
We have been adding lots of new listing to our Accommodation Directory...... And more are being added every week. So if you are looking for accommodation that's great for walkers or you would like us to add (we do all the work) your B&B, Campsite, Hostel or Hotel, then please pop along. In November we added the following accommodation listings to the directory.
That's all for this month.
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