UK Long Distance

Long distance walks and footpaths across the UK


East Highland

East Highland Trail Part 2

Walking the second half of the East Highland Trail from Blair Atholl to Drymen in Scotland. Mark Carr explores a new trail in the Scottish mountains that includes part of the Rob Roy Way.

Dyke Path

Offa's Dyke Path

Walking the National Trail, Offa's Dyke Path, on the English/Welsh boarders.

East Highland Trail

East Highland Trail

Walking the East Highland Trail from Inverness to Drymen through the Cairngorms, Lairg Ghru, Blair Atholl, Aberfeldy, Comrie and Callander.

Cumbria Way

The Cumbria Way

Walking the Cumbria Way route through the Lake District from Ulverston to Carlisle.

Hadrian’s Coast

Hadrian’s Coast – Beyond the National Trail

Walking With Dog

How to go long-distance walking with a dog

How to go long-distance walking with a dog. some hard-won tips and advice, together with a suggested kit list.

Cumbria High Way

The Cumbria High Way

The highlights of the alternative high-level version of the Cumbria Way backpacking route through the English Lake District.

Lightweight backpacking

Lighten that load

Paddy Dillon shares his expert tips on how to pack your rucksack as light as possible to maximise enjoyment and minimise pain when backpacking and trekking.

South Downs Way

The South Downs Way National Trail in winter

Walking the 100 miles of the South Downs Way national trail between Winchester in Hampshire and Eastbourne in East Sussex is achievable at all times of the year. This account is from an eight day trek during February.

Welsh Coast Path Porthmadog to Cardigan

Porthmadog to Cardigan on the Welsh Coast Path

Walking from Porthmadog to Cardigan along the Wales Coast Path along the coast of Snowdonia and Ceredigion.