This walk explores the fascinating history of Yorkshire’s rugged coast on a 7-mile route between the fishing ports of Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay.
This accessible walk in Hawes, in the Yorkshire Dales has been visited by Debbie North, AccessTOG’s route planner.
Oxford is a fascinating city to explore on foot, with its world-famous university, beautiful architecture, rich history and iconic movie locations.
This popular countryside walk follows the old railway line between Grosmont and Goathland in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.
This circular walk from the village of Malham visits two geological wonders – Malham Cove and Gordale Scar – in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
This popular route up Cat Bells is one of the best walks in the Lake District – with huge views over Derwent Water, Keswick and the surrounding fells.
This circular walk explores the most dramatic section of Hadrian’s Wall, an 84-mile route that was once the northern frontier of the Roman Empire.
This linear walk follows a stunning section of Wainwright’s famous Coast to Coast route from Richmond to Reeth in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
This long-distance walking route follows the England-Wales border through changing landscapes for 177 miles along the 8th century Offa’s Dyke.
This out-and-back walk explores the gritstone escarpment of Stanage Edge – one of the most famous landmarks in the Peak District National Park.
The West Highland Way was Scotland’s first official long-distance route and the 96-mile trail remains one of Britain’s most popular walks.
This walk explores the Pennine moors made famous by the Bronte sisters, starting in Haworth and visiting Bronte Waterfalls and Top Withens.