Category Fun Walks

200 not out!

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We’ve just added our 200th walk and we’re not even half way through our second county! It just goes to show that here at CasualRamblers.co.uk we’re going out of our way to bring you the biggest and best database of walks from all different sources.

In case you’re interested, the 200th casual ramble is a walk for health around Shroggs Park in Halifax. Check it out here or why not have a look at the interactive map to see what else is on offer!

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Calderdale

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“A Database of Walks in Calderdale”

The Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale consists of Brighouse, Elland, Halifax, Sowerby Bridge, Hebden Bridge and Todmorden as well as the surrounding villages. The area covers part of the South Pennines and the very South of the Yorkshire Dales (although isn’t included in the Yorkshire Dales National Park). Both Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge have been named as ‘Walkers Welcome’ towns which means that you can feel spoilt by the massive number of local walking routes .

Historical / Heritage Walks

Urban Halifax: Kings & Queens - A 1 hour stroll through West Ha...

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West Yorkshire

Walks in West Yorkshire

Why bother with walks in West Yorkshire? This is a metropolitan county within Yorkshire with a population of around 2.2 million people. Its rocky landscape –  with the South Pennines in the West and the Yorkshire Coalfield in the East – makes for some dramatic scenery with steep valleys and rolling hillsides and the rivers Aire and Calder. The industrial past of the region is easy to see and there are a lot of  canals and railways. The region is broken down into five Metropolitan Boroughs, and that’s the way we’re going to approach the walks.

Walks in West Yorkshire

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Wickersley Wood Walk

“Wickersley Walk: Wickersley Wood, Rotherham (South Yorkshire)”

Wickersley Walk

This Wickersley walk is one of Rotherham Council’s ‘Doorstep Walks’ and is around 2 miles long. It is our local walk, so could be termed an old classic – it’s our go to for evenings after work or when we want to get out but don’t have much time. Depending on how energetic we’re feeling, we tend to change it up by taking slight variations on the route once we get out the wood...

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Interactive Walking Map

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Check out our newest feature – the interactive walking map!

Search for walking trails and routes … HERE!

Every walk is loaded on here and coded so you can see what your casual ramble holds, whether it be parks, countryside, woods, waterside or urban walks. We’ve even coded the heritage and historical walks just in case you are feeling cultured.

South Yorkshire is now fully updated – next stop West Yorkshire.

Enjoy!

 

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“Shortcut to Autumn”

An Autumn Picture

Taken on a walk from Kenilworth to Ashow in Warwickshire

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“Paradise Square”

 

The most picturesque address in England?

Taken on the Wentworth Countryside Walk.

Report and more photos here

Map and instructions here

 

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 ”Epic Tree”

Mr Blue Sky!

Taken on a walk around Hatton in Warwickshire

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“Fields of Gold”

Fields of Gold

A field of corn in Summer

Taken on the Spire Walk around Laughton en le Morthen Walk map here

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“Swing into Spring”

 

A Woodland Picture

Taken on the Wickersley Wood Walk

Report here

Walking route here

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