Hiking map + guide with everything you need for a great day outdoors.
☑︎ Easily accessible routes, all hikes start and finish at a train station.
☑︎ Easy-to-follow physical map with digital back-up.
☑︎ Dog-friendly routes.
☑︎ Good short-cut and ‘Plan B’ options.
☑︎ Great points of interest, pubs and pit-stops.
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The Kent Coast
The route takes you along coastal cliff tops and beautiful beach paths all the way to quirky Margate town.
The Heart of England
A lovely, circular hike from a historic market town leading you through stunning Cotswold scenery and hill-top villages.
The Only Way in Essex
Dedham Vale, Essex
A stunning stroll through Dedham Vale, with plenty of wildlife and artistic connections along the trails that inspired artist John Constable.
The Vale of Edale
Edale, Peak District
Following in the footsteps of Alfred Wainwright, this circular hike from Edale Station is your perfect introduction to the Peak District.
Dart to Devon
River Dart, Devon
This hike has it all; stunning scenery, charming villages and even a ferry that can be summoned by ringing a riverside bell.
Box Hill and Back
Box Hill, Surrey
A stunning, circular route taking you over Box Hill, past historic estates and through mystical woodland.
The Cornish Coast
St Ives, Cornwall
Experience white sandy beaches, cute cafés and hilltop views along the iconic Cornish coastline.
Head for the Hills
North Downs, Surrey
This circular hike through the North Downs has riverside walking, ancient woodland and a secret picnic spot.
Just So Sussex
High Weald, East Sussex
With traditional old inns, picturesque villages and Rudyard Kipling’s house to enjoy, this is a long hike with lots to see.
Castle in the Air
Arundel, West Sussex
Stunning scenery and wildlife, as well as a beautiful country town and castle, our Arun Valley hike, has something for everyone.
The Hampshire Hangers
Ashford Hangers, Hampshire
Literary connections, outstanding views and historic churches. This Hampshire hike packs a lot in.
Maunder in the Malverns
With breathtaking views from Worcestershire Beacon, this hike along the Malvern Hills certainly has the wow-factor.
Temple of the Winds
Charming villages and dramatic landscapes atop Blackdown, explore the scenery that inspired Alfred Lord Tennyson.
A Stroll in Stamford
This hike through rural Lincolnshire is carefully curated to include glorious Georgian architecture, fantastically fertile countryside and sensational sweeping scenery.
Bath and Beyond
With panoramic views across the city, this hike shows Bath at its very best, but also gives you rolling hills, towpaths, aqueducts, and the perfect pub.
Walk in the Park
With two National Trust houses, fantastic views and a stunning deer park, this shorter hike is within Kent’s AONB.
A Ramble in Ambleside
Ambleside, Lake District
Soak in spectacular views over some of the Lake District’s highest peaks and most beautiful lakes.
Bound for the Beacon
Chiltern Hills, Hertfordshire
A moderate hike in the Chiltern Hills with breath-taking landscapes, enchanting woodland and a whole array of wildlife.
Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland
This two-day hike takes you to the best section of Hadrian’s Wall. Base yourself at Twice Brewed Inn and allow yourself to be transported back to Roman times.
The Dark Peak
Hathersage, Peak District
“This epic circular hike from Hathersage takes you into the dramatic uplands of the Peak District.”
The Lost World
Jurassic Coast, Dorset
Explore the Purbeck Hills and enjoy The Jurassic Coast, Corfe Castle and the chance to take the plunge at Kimmeridge bay.
The Wiltshire Way
This beautiful circular hike through Cranborne Chase AONB takes in the historic Fonthill Estate, chalk rivers, castle ruins and one of the UK’s most sought after pubs.
The Hills of Edinburgh
A circular route along six of Edinburgh’s hills and the fascinating mysteries and histories that surround them.
Corner of the Cotswolds
A moderate hike from idyllic Charlbury, across Ditchley Estate and picturesque Cotswold countryside.
Hit the Shires
A string of idyllic villages, grand houses and perfectly situated pubs nestled in the Cotswolds countryside.
A Break in Brecon
Brecon Beacons, Monmouthshire
A must-do stroll up and around the iconic Sugar Loaf Mountain, with its nearby vineyards and jaw-dropping views across the Brecon Beacons.