The Calf is the highest peak in the Howgill Fells and Cautley Spout is the highest above ground waterfall in England, giving you two spectacular landmarks in one wonderful hill walk.
There is a good track, suitable for a powered wheelchair. There is parking near by, but all accessible amenities are either in the café at Threkeld or in Keswick.
Debbie North, AccessTOG’s Ambassador takes on this walk to High Cup Nick in her 4×4 wheelchair. …
This is the route for Michael VJ Jones’s West Kirby and The Hilbre Islands Circular Wirral Way Coastal Walk.
This walk around Stocks Reservoir in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural beauty explores some of Lancashire’s finest rural scenery.
The Sandstone Trail is a stunning 34-mile walk that follows a series of sandstone ridges through the heart of Cheshire from Frodsham to Whitchurch.
Don’t let the name scare you – the Coffin Route is a glorious woodland walk between Ambleside and Grasmere in the Lake District National Park.
This short walk explores the 100 iron statues that make up artist Anthony Gormley’s Another Place sculpture on Crosby Beach in Merseyside.
This circular walk up Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain – starts and finishes in the remote Wasdale valley, beside England’s deepest lake.
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 walk explores the magnificent U-shaped glacial valley of High Cup Nick in the Northern Pennines from the picturesque village of Dufton.
This circular route in the southern Lake District visits the summits of the Old Man of Coniston, Swirl How and Wetherlam in one fantastic walk.