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Walks in Chepstow - A lovely informative site. Chepstow is now an official Walkers are Welcome town and granted the status in Mid April of 2012. Nine volunteers got together who all share a passion about walking to achieve this award for Chepstow. Why is it fast becoming a walkers haven? Firstly the start of the Wales Coast Path begins in Chepstow and Offa's Dyke begins just on the outskirts of the town. We also boast the start of two further long distance walks, The Wye Valley Walk and Gloucestershire Way. Chepstow lies at the foot of the Lower Wye Valley an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and have excellent transport links. Walkers are Welcome to coin a phrase does exactly what it says on the tin. Here at Chepstow we are providing lockers for walkers to leave their gear whilst walking around the town, Monmouthshire County Council are providing grants to accommodation providers to provide extra facilities for walkers e.g drying rooms and we have many more plans up our sleeves. We are a true border county as the frontier, so to speak, between Wales and England is in the centre of the Old Wye Bridge of the town. A 'not for profit' organisation we welcome any useful suggestions via our website that you think would enhance your walking experience.
The Complete Guide to Holmfirth -Located in the heart of the beautiful Holme Valley, Holmfirth is a small town that sits just north of the Peak District in West Yorkshire.
The town is better known as the location for the popular BBC TV series Last of the Summer Wine, with thousands of fans making the journey every year to visit such locations as Sid's Cafe and Nora Batty's Steps. Whilst Last of the Summer Wine is a major visitor attraction, it certainly is not the only reason people visit Holmfirth year in and year out. With it's breathtaking scenery across the Holme Valley, Holmfirth is also popular with walkers and wildlife enthusiasts alike, and if that is not enough there are some wonderful attractions to be seen in the town itself.
Encounter Walking Holidays, South West England - We cover Devon, Somerset, Dorset and Cornwall and we also comprehensively cover the full 630 miles of south west coast path as well as other long distance paths in the south west like the Saints Way and Two Moors Way. We have a special knowledge and skill in our geographic area which will fully enrich the walking experience of discerning walkers visiting our special corner of England.
Walk Highlands - The online guide to walks and the outdoors for the Highlands of Scotland. The site offers a comprehensive guide to walking routes in each area. Walks included range from family rambles to tough cross-country hikes and scrambling mountain ascents. The routes are available as free waypoints to download to GPS. The site also has a guide to accommodation, from the smartest hotels, through bed and breakfasts and self-catering cottages, to budget hostels and campsites.
Derbyshire Heritage - Derbyshire Heritage is an ongoing project to collate information about many of the places of special interest in Derbyshire and the Peak District. It is a mixture of literature and 'on the ground' information. There are a vast number of sites - prehistoric, ancient and relatively modern - sometimes curious or unusual - which can give an insight into the history and heritage of the county. All of the locations presented are accessible with varying degrees of walking difficulty but most are easy to moderate. Anyone with an interest in Derbyshire Heritage and Peak District Heritage can become involved and have an input by joining the forum associated with this site.
Snowdonia Guide - Complete illustrated guide to Snowdonia, includes sections on the mountains, lakes, towns, villages, visitor attractions, castles, stately homes as well as events in the National Park and much more.
Lake District Guide - Complete illustrated guide to the Lake District, includes sections on the mountains, lakes, towns, villages, visitor attractions, castles, stately homes as well as events in the National Park and much more.
Wandelen in Engeland en Groot-Brittannië This is a website written by Michel Spreeuwers from the Netherlands about spending a holiday in the UK: He provides information on many different regions, nature, attractions, walking routes, cities and towns.