Photo diaries of the UK's great walking trails
Bath to Chipping Campden, 102 miles
Honeystone villages, hidden valleys and a big-vista woodland escarpment in the quintessentially English walk-in-the-countryside.
Ilkley to Bowness-on-Windermere, 80 miles
A charming introduction to the Yorkshire and Westmorland Dales, weaving a magic riverside way from urban West Yorkshire to the shores of Windermere.
Fort William to Inverness, 78 miles
Charmed lochs, pine forests, heather moors and the Caledonian Canal in this popular traverse of the Great Glen Fault.
Inverness to John o'Groats, 147 miles
A walk on the wild side, steeped in history, adventure and wildlife, and visiting barely-visited beaches, dramatic cliffs and secluded fishing villages.
Settle to Settle, 247 miles
Endlessly engaging North Pennines circular following the 1938 'campaign' of Lakeland fell wanderer Alfred Wainwright.
Edale to Kirk Yetholm, 268 miles
Tom Stephenson's long green trail; England's finest National Trail.
Milngavie to Fort William, 96 miles
Joining the crowds on the UK's busiest trail, featuring loch-side trails, ancient woodland and upland passes backed by some of Scotland's most impressive mountains.
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UK LONG DISTANCE FOOTPATHS
John o'Groats Trail
Great Glen Way
West Highland Way
Land's End to John o'Groats