6 - 7 Miles
Moderate Walk
5

One of our favourite winter walks of 2014/2015, this 6 mile circuit provide a wide variety of terrains including forests, fields, hills, gullies and more. The footpaths and tracks are also varied and interesting. Highly recommended.

Parking available in Turville as well as a very nice local pub, The Bull & Butcher.

5 - 6 Miles
Strenuous Walk
5

A fantastic 5.2 mile walk with some good climbs and some great views. Parking can be found in the public car park at Porlock Weir and the trail followed from just past it. Beware of taking the trail out behind the pub as it doesn't lead anywhere.

6 - 7 Miles
Strenuous Hike
4

A steep and rewarding 6.2 mile out and back route form the campsite at Cwmdu to Pen Cerrig Calch, a 701m Hewitt or Nuttall (hill).

The route leaves the campsite and climbs, through and interesting farm with a resident stone mason, and up onto the open land of the hill itself.  A steep climb up the escarpment brings you to Pen Gloch-y-pibwr and a large stone cairn.  From here the ridge can be followed all the way to the summit.

Looking northwards, you can see Pen Allt-mawr, a touch higher at 719m.

4 - 5 Miles
Strenuous Walk
4

A short but steep 4.3 mile circular walk with some fantastic views towards the coast.

On the summit of Leith Hill is Leith Hil Tower, built in 1765 and renovated in 1864 and again in 1984.  The tower is 19.5 metres high and takes the total heightof the hill to 294 metres (a marilyn).

The walk starts from the campsite at Etherley Farm and follows a number of trails through Leith Hill Copse and Orchard Copse, passing Leith Hill PLace before crossing the road and winding through Slittens Copse.

6 - 7 Miles
Moderate Walk
4

A 6.7 mile walk from Whitchurch Hill, across the hills to Goring and back along the Thames. The path along the Thames isn't flat though but rises slowly back up the hillside through Hartstock Woods, with some quiet spots perfect for a brew and lunch overlooking the river.

Free parking beside the village green in Whitchurch Hill.

5 - 6 Miles
Moderate Walk
4

A great 5.5 mile walk that could be extended or shortened to suit.  

8 - 9 Miles
Moderate Walk
4

A lovely 8.3 mile circular walk that passes through the villages of Upper and Lower Wield as well as Bradley. The route includes various terrain from rolling fields to dark woodland and has numerous points of interest along the way including a semi flooded quarry.

This route used to be part of the well known Geocaching circuit, UK Mega Series, which has now been removed.

7 - 8 Miles
Moderate Walk
4

A 7.2 mile circular walk atop the Marlborough Downs and passing through Fyfield Down Nature Reserve. Here you'll see the Grey Wethers or Sarsen Stones, neolithic limestone blocks left over from the last ice age.

Fyfield Down also has some of the rarest lichen in the country.

The route includes a lovely valley track and is mostly well drained apart from a couple of sections used by 4x4's.

There is free parking at Preshute Down car park, near the White Horse hill figure.

10 - 12 Miles
Strenuous Hike
4
A strenuous 11 mile walk to the summit of Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain.  The walk goes via Styhead and the Corridor Route to reach Lingmell col and avoids many of the crowds than the tourist route, which is used for the descent.
 
The route sets out from the small hamlet of Seathwaite in the Lake District's Borrowdale Valley, and heads over Stockley Bridge above Seathwaite then takes a fairly straightforward ascent up Grains Gill to reach Esk Hause. 
 
6 - 7 Miles
Moderate Walk
4

An interesting 6 mile circular walk form Goring to Cray's Pond and back taking in a variety of terrain.

Free parking can be found on a quiet street in Cleeve with the footpath accessible at the far end.

Elvendon Priory can bee seen as well as Flint House.

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