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The Test at Wherwell

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Chalk hills and watermills along Hampshire's Test Way

7 Jul 2018 · Malcolm Leatherdale

Malcolm Leatherdale, author of the Cicerone guidebook to the Test Way, explores the River Test and its important economic history. He visits plenty of mills along the way, including one that used to make bank note paper for the Bank of England.

A couple of my New Forest walking companions

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My walk from Sheffield to Santiago: ‘There is no road, the road is made by walking’

12 Dec 2018 · Anne Sheehan

Anne Sheehan tells the story of her long-distance walk through England, from Sheffield to Portsmouth. This is the first stage of Anne's homemade English Camino from her doorstep on the edge of the Peak District to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. Partly planned, partly spontaneous and 100% enjoyable!

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An intro to… The Lune Valley and Howgills

25 Nov 2017 · Dennis Kelsall,Jan Kelsall

Would you like to go walking in the Lune Valley and Howgills? Dennis and Jan Kelsall, authors of the Cicerone guidebook, share the essentials.

Lea Valley, Top 10 Easy First Treks

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Top 10 Easy First Treks

7 Aug 2015

Thinking of doing your first long distance walk but need some advice? Have a look at our top ten easy first time treks.

Walking in the Thames Valley

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Walking in the Thames Valley

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Walking in the Thames Valley describes 25 adventurous day walks in the area covering the North Hampshire Downs, Berkshire and the Southern Chilterns with easy access to London and Reading. The circular walks vary from 10 to 18 miles, including one 2-day walk, as well as shorter route options for those who want a less strenuous day out.

East Highland Trail

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East Highland Trail Part 2

8 May 2016 · Mark Carr

Secluded stone circles, Scotland’s oldest distillery and the mousing champion of the world were but a few of the delights Mark Carr discovered while mapping the southern part of the East Highland Trail. But it wasn’t all drams and deft cats – he reflects on his journey from Blair Atholl to Drymen.

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Sarah enjoys the Great Stones Way

6 Aug 2014 · Sarah Spencer

Cicerone's Sarah Spencer leaps at the chance to go and check out The Great Stones Way, the 36 mile long distance walk that passes some of England's important prehistoric sites including Avebury and Stonehenge. It's perfect for an energetic long weekend or a leisurely week, with good transport links at each end.