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A map of walks I have enjoyed without having to use a car to either get to the start or get home from the finish. Over time, I will add details of the public transport that I used, to help those wishing to follow in my footsteps without the use of a car.
Beacons: 45224 | Maps: 46
18th Jan 2015
This is a great series but it was hard going at this time of the year so you need good boots and a reasonable level of fitness. There are very helpful directions to each cache but the terrain is undulating and muddy, On the other hand of course you will be rewarded with some great countryside and lovely views.
Beacons: 159 | Distance: 11.5 miles | Height Gain: 1,785 ft
29th Dec 2014
First "Social Hike" and I forgot to turn off the beacon at the end of the walk! I thought it would go off automatically when I finished the track on Viewranger. EDIT: I've realised that by changing the start and finish times I can limit the beacons to the actual walk.
Beacons: 42 | Distance: 7.0 miles | Height Gain: 1,168 ft
Some of my recent walks in the Peak District's Dark Peak. View the blog entires for these walks and many more on my website at http://www.peakroutes.com/blog/category/dark-peak/
Beacons: 8848 | Maps: 40
The Devon Coast to Coast route starting from Wembury, following the Erme-Plym trail to Ivybridge then the Two Moors Way for the rest of the way, but with detours to pick off the tors that lie close to the path.
Beacons: 668 | Distance: 196.3 km | Height Gain: 4,754 m
The 'Australian Alps Walking Track' is a 650km route that passes through the mountains of Victoria and New South Wales. It is primarily a wilderness style walk as it passes through natural landscapes and there are no major facilities. For more, visit: http://www.johnevans.id.au/Pages/KC/KCAAWT.html
Beacons: 4957 | Distance: 647.9 km | Height Gain: 28,193 m
A brand new long distance circular walk in South Yorkshire created by @AndrewRWhite with a dedicated website http://www.southyorkshireway.co.uk/ and Twitter account @SouthYorksWay I plan on walking this route during Easter 2014
Beacons: 2371 | Distance: 195.1 miles | Height Gain: 20,131 ft
Beacons: 101 | Distance: 16.8 miles | Height Gain: 6,188 ft
In 1240 King Henry III ordered that Dartmoor Forest, owned by his brother, Richard of Cornwall, should be confirmed by a boundary perambulation. The Sheriff of Devon and 12 knights rode around, and listed 32 waypoints as the boundary. To complete the walk, all points must be visited. For more: http://www.legendarydartmoor.co.uk/peram_bulat.htm
Beacons: 672 | Distance: 84.0 km | Height Gain: 2,529 m
A selection of Coast to Coast (C2C) routes in the Uk. The well known routes are here plus some you may not have seen before. Click on any of the maps titles in the scrollable list on the right to see each individual C2C Route in more detail. GPX files are available to download for each route too.
Beacons: 41073 | Maps: 16
Pilgrimages, pilgrim routes and routes of religious historical interest in the UK. Some of these routes are pilgrimages over 1000 years old whilst others are new routes visiting places of historically religious interests. Click on any map title in the scrollable list on the right for more detail of the selected route.
Beacons: 40821 | Maps: 25
A circular route on the north western Carneddau from Abergwyngregyn. There is a regular bus service along the north Wales coast, should you wish to walk this route without getting to the start by car,.
Beacons: 222 | Distance: 21.6 miles | Height Gain: 5,594 ft