Ordnance Survey Pathfinder Guides: 100 Outstanding British Walks

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There are 100 walking gems from across the country in this collection. With inspiration for a wide range of walking experience and abilities, whether for those new to country walking or seasoned ramblers. It includes easy-pacedshort walks, half-day rambles, and more energetic and challenging full-day excursions for a total of 625 miles (over 1,000km) of richly rewarding routes.

Walks are split by region, so you can easily explore the best an area has to offer. Each walk includes the difficulty, approximate time taken, distance, height gain, terrain, parking and map sheet reference. You will also find an extract of the waypoint marked map for the route. In addition, all the routes can also be found in OS Maps online, allowing you to follow them on your mobile device or print a copy of the map to take with you.

As well as details of the routes, you will also find compelling background information of each of the regions, along with beautiful photography.

This book includes a code to get access to OS Maps Premium for six months, giving access to printable detailed mapping for all the routes shown in this book, plus all the OS Explorer and OS Landranger maps for the entire country. You can also use it to find thousands of other routes created by other walkers or even plan your own.

Walks list

South-west England

  • 1: Wistman's Wood - 7.2km (4.5m)
  • 2: Rippon Tor, Pil Tor and Buckland Beacon - 10.3km (6.5m)
  • 3: Lynton and Valley of Rocks - 8.8km (5.5m)
  • 4: Simonsbath and the River Barle - 12.1km (7.5m)
  • 5: Hurlstone and Selworthy Beacon - 10.1km (6.25m)
  • 6: Helford, Little Dennis and Manaccan - 8km (5m)
  • 7: Tollard Royal and Win Green - 11.3km (7m)
  • 8: Corfe Castle and the Purbeck Ridge - 9.7km (6m)
  • 9: Beer and Branscombe - 9.9km (6.25m)
  • 10: Cheddar Gorge and Velvet Bottom - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 11: Baggy Point and Saunton Down - 11.4km (7.25m)
  • 12: Wills Neck and Triscombe Combe - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 13: Kingston and the River Erme - 9.1km (5.75m)
  • 14: Cotehele - 5.6km (3.5m)
  • 15: Around St Agnes - 10km (6.25m)
  • 16: Golden Cap - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 17: Bath and Claverton Down - 13.5km (8.5m)
  • 18: Avebury, West Kennett and Silbury Hill - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 19: Stonehenge - 12.9km (8m)

South-east England

  • 20: New Forest Snapshot - 4.5km (2.75m)
  • 21: Around Burley - 6.8km (4.25m)
  • 22: Firle Beacon and Charleston Farmhouse - 8km (5m)
  • 23: Friston Forest, the Seven Sisters and Cuckmere Haven - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 24: Cissbury and Chanctonbury Rings - 17.6km (11m)
  • 25: The Chidham Peninsula - 8km (5m)
  • 26: Ibstone, Turville and Fingest - 12.3km (7.75m)
  • 27: Albury, Ivinghoe Beacon and Ashridge - 11.8km (7.5m)
  • 28: Cranbrook and Sissinghurst - 11.6km (7.25m)
  • 29: Freshwater and Tennyson Down - 6km (3.75m)
  • 30: Wye and Crundale Downs - 13.5km (8.5m)
  • 31: Albury Downs and St Martha’s Hill - 11.2km (7m)
  • 32A: Whitehall - 1.4km (0.75m)
  • 32B: St James’s - 3.2km (2m)

Heart of England

  • 33: Shugborough Park and Sherbrook Valley - 12km (7.5m)
  • 34: Wotton-under-Edge and the Tyndale Monument - 6.5km (4m)
  • 35: Bourton-on-the-Water, the Slaughters and Naunton - 16km (10m)
  • 36: Great Malvern and the Worestershire Beacon - 8.9km (5.5m)
  • 37: Corvedale and Wenlock Edge - 10.9km (6.75m)
  • 38: Caer Caradoc and Cardington - 11.6km (7.25m)
  • 39: Goodrich Castle - 13.3km (8.25m)
  • 40: Blenheim Park - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 41: Ironbridge World Heritage Site - 11.6km (7.25m)
  • 42: Cromford and Matlock Bath - 11.3km (7m)

East England

  • 43: Horsey - 6km (3.75m)
  • 44: River Bure and Upton Marshes - 9.7km (6m)
  • 45: The Weavers’ Way to The Berney Arms - 14.5km (9m)
  • 46: Constable Country — Flatford and East Bergholt - 8.9km (5.5m)
  • 47: Walesby, Claxby and Normanby le Wold - 8.4km (5.25m)
  • 48: Castle Rising - 3.6km (2.25m)
  • 49: West Runton and Beacon Hill - 11.7km (7.25m)
  • 50: Dunwich Heath and Minsmere Marsh  - 8km (5m)

North-east England

  • 51: Elterwater - 8.9km (5.5m)
  • 52: Wray Castle and Blelham Tarn - 9.7km (6m)
  • 53: Crummock Water - 13.8km (8.5m)
  • 54: Kielder Water and the Bull Crag Peninsula - 10.1km (6.25m)
  • 55: Hartside, Salter’s Road and High Cantle - 13.7km (8.5m)
  • 56: Farndale - 5.6km (3.5m)
  • 57: The Cook Monument and Roseberry Topping - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 58: Robin Hood’s Bay and Ravenscar - 14.5km (9m)
  • 59: Stanage Edge and Higger Tor - 5.6km (3.5m)
  • 60: Lose Hill - 9.7km (6m)
  • 61: The Manifold Valley - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 62: Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss - 8km (5m)
  • 63: Pen-y-ghent - 9.5km (6m)
  • 64: Gunnerside, Kisdon and Muker - 18km (11.25m)
  • 65: Leighton Moss - 7.3km (4.5m)
  • 66: Kirkham Priory and the River Derwent - 7.6km (4.75m)
  • 67: High Cup Nick  - 12.9km (8m)
  • 68: How Stean Gorge and Upper Nidderdale - 7km (4.25m)
  • 69: Craster and Dunstanburgh Castle - 7.6km (4.75m)
  • 70: Fountains Abbey - 9.3km (5.75m)
  • 71: Durham — Riverside and Woods - 8km (5m)
  • 72: Hadrian’s Wall at Walton and Thirlwall Castle - 12.5km (7.75m)


  • 73: Llyn y Fan Fach and the Carmarthen Fans - 9.7km (6m)
  • 74: Waterfalls Walk - 14.5km (9m)
  • 75: Brecon Beacons Horseshoe - 13.7km (8.5m)
  • 76: Porthgain and Abereiddi - 5.6km (3.5m)
  • 77: St David’s, Porth Clais and Ramsey Sound - 14km (9m)
  • 78: Precipice Walk - 5.5km (3.5m)
  • 79: Conwy Mountain and Sychnant Pass - 9.5km (6m)
  • 80: Cnicht - 10.7km (6.75m)
  • 81: Moel Famau - 8.25km (5.25m)
  • 82: Llanmadoc Hill - 10.5km (6.5m)
  • 83: Aberdaron and Land’s End - 12km (7.5m)
  • 84: Wynford Vaughan Thomas’ Viewpoint - 9.7km (6m)
  • 85: Ty Mawr and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - 9km (5.5m)
  • 86: Saundersfoot and Tenby - 6.5km (4m)


  • 87: Glen Feshie - 5.5km (3.5m)
  • 88: The Lily Loch and Loch an Eileen from Inverdruie - 9.7km (6m)
  • 89: Morrone - 11.3km (7m)
  • 90: Lochnagar and Loch Muick - 22.4km (14m)
  • 91: Lochgoilhead and Donich Water - 4km (2.5m)
  • 92: Ben Lomond - 11.7km (7.25m)
  • 93: Ben Venue - 13.3km (8.25m)
  • 94: Pap of Glencoe - 8km (5m)
  • 95: Isle of Iona - 13.7km (8.5m)
  • 96: Dunkeld, The Hermitage and Birnam - 12.4km (7.75m)
  • 97: Camasunary-Elgol-Glasnakille - 18km (11.25m)
  • 98: The Quiraing and Meall na Suiramach - 6.5km (4m)
  • 99: Rascarrel Bay and Balcary Point - 8km (5m)
  • 100A: Grassmarket and Greyfriars - 2.3km (1.5m)
  • 100B: Georgian New Town - 4.7km (2.75m)
Product Details
Publisher Ordnance Survey
Product Type Paperback
Scale 1:25 000
Pages 304 pages
Dimensions 196 x 211 x 17 mm
Language English
Date 2018
Item weight 0.84 Kg


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