AA walks

Walk up The Wrekin

The Wrekin is situated on the eatern side of Shropshire along the border to Telford & Wrekin, although a small hill at just 407m it is popular with locals, walkers and tourists due to its prominance on the landscape. On top of the hill stands the Wrekin transmitting station topped by a flashing beacon that …

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Win Hill Walk From Castleton

This is a route steeped in history, following in the footsteps of Roman, Celtic and Saxon warriors when this area was much less peaceful. The fortress at Peveril Castle is testament to that, as are the names of Win and Lose Hills on the opposite side of the Hope Valley. While there are alternative theories, …

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Alport Castles Walk from Ladybower

This is a reasonably long walk from Ladybower Reservoir towards the impressive pinnacles of Alport Castles. These are a landslip feature, probably the largest in the UK, and the debris resembles castles from afar. The Tower seen below, is particularly striking. Return via quiet, but undulating bridleways. Click here to view the full description and …

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Allendale Riverside Walk

This is a short walk from Allendale in the North Pennine AONB along the River East Allen. The route is mainly on farmland footpaths and only 6km long, so just right for a morning ramble before returning to Allendale for a spot of lunch.> Click here to view the full description and download the route in …

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Shutlingsloe Walk

This mini-mountain is the third highest point in Cheshire and provides an excellent viewpoint. This ascent of Shutlingsloe starts from the east, extending the route around via Macclesfield Forest, before descending down to Wildboarclough. If short of time, you could easily ascend directly from the village for a shorter excursion. Click here to view the …

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A View of Llyn Tegid

An easy walk from Y Bala to enjoy a view of Llyn Tegid (NEVER Bala lake!) The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map.

A Walk Above Dolgarrog

To the area where the dam broke above the village of Dolgarrog in 1925, killing 16 people. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map.

A Walk to Bwlch Y Ddeufaen

An interesting route for a mid level walk, or for those into ancient archaeology. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map.

Walk up Mynydd y Gaer

A walk in the Conwy countryside up an ancient hill fort from Llanefydd. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map.

A Walk in Lloyd George Country

A Walk starting in Llanystumdwy, the birthplace of Lloyd George, along the banks of the Afon Dwyfor and into Criccieth. You then return along the coast and back to Llanystumdwy. If you’re lucky, then the Fethars will be open, highly recommended. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route …

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Across The Mawddach Walk

This is a walk from Barmouth, over the railway bridge towards Arthog and the nearby woods. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map.